Claudia Lizaldi (born on August 19, 1978 near Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican anchor, actress and model. Her surname Lizaldi is basque. Wikipedia 36 19th August, 1978, Mexico City 5' 2" (157 cm) Mexican Conductora TV
This is the first time that an International Film Festival is being held in the State of Yucatán. Also joining the pair on the day included TV host Sofia Escobosa, Mexican actress Silvia Navarro, and Mexican TV personality and actress Claudia Lizaldi. Mexican model and actresses Montserrat Oliver and Paola Torres were also in attendance. The first edition of the Mérida and Yucatán International Film Festival was inaugurated yesterday with the film "Olvidados", directed by Carlos Bolado. José, however, is not forgetting. Small incidents—hearing a guitar song once loved by his first wife, María (Claudia Lizaldi), seeing a familiar face—trigger brief flashbacks that appear on screen like visual punches. Mexico’s low-budget airline Volaris gave its safety video a cheerful twist by re-imagining it as a telenovela. Listen to the safety instructions while Mexican actress Claudia Lizaldi falls in love with one of the on-board passengers. Claudia Lizaldi, Arcelia Ramirez, Claudette Maillé, Salvador Benavides, Mario Beller, Ramón Valdes (German Valdes), Patricia Garcia, Mayte Gil, Sergio Arras, Alvaro Sagone, Briggitte Beltran, David Medel, Miguel "Burra" Pérez, Rodrigo Oviendo . Assuming you have not already flipped to the next slide, you might be wondering why there's a picture of Eva Longoria Parker on the title page of a slideshow called "Mexico's Sexiest Fans, WAGs . can say that again. MÁS ALLÁ DE CREAR UN MANUAL DE CONSEJOS PRÁCTICOS, LA AUTORA EXPLORA EL TEMA DE LA MATERNIDAD VALIÉNDOSE, ADEMÁS DE SU EXPERIENCIA, EN LA DE LAS MUJERES QUE AL IGUAL QUE ELLA ESTÁN ENAMORADAS DEL ASUNTO: PARTERAS, MÉDICAS, MADRES PRIMERIZAS, ABUELAS . Not too long ago, the Mexican banking billionaire Roberto Hernández Ramírez and his wife, Claudia, hosted a benefit to raise money for the conservation of Mayan culture. The silence around the mausoleums contrasts with the general frenzy in the city, and its atmosphere must have also been in contrast to the sound of those mariachis Claudia Cervantes decided to bring.