Edith Márquez

Edith Márquez
Birth name Edith Márquez Landa
Born (1973-01-27) 27 January 1973
Mexico City, Mexico
Genres Latin pop
Occupation(s) Singer, actress
Instruments Vocals

Edith Márquez Landa (Spanish pronunciation: [eˈðit ˈmarkes]; born 27 January 1973) is a Mexican singer and actress.[1] She is a dramatic mezzo-soprano. She was born in Mexico City.[1]

She started her professional career by winning the television musical contests "Juguemos a cantar" (1978) and "Canta, Canta" (1984). She later attended some courses in the Artistic Educational Training Centre of Televisa and she was a member of the musical band Timbiriche.

She has taken part in several soap operas and she represented Mexico in 2001 Viña del Mar International Song Festival.

In 2003, she became the first member of Timbiriche to have her handprints imbedded onto the Paseo de las Luminarias in her hometown of Mexico City. Her handprints were imbedded for her work in television and as a recording artist.


Year Title Character Note
1987-94 Papá soltero Alejandra Costa Tv Series
1994 Agujetas de color de rosa Edith del Castillo Supporting Role
1995Me tengo que casar/Papá soltero Alejandra CostaFilm
1996Sentimientos ajenos Marcela Supporting Role
1998 El privilegio de amar Luciana(Young) Special Appearance
2009 Mañana es para siempre Julieta Sotomayor Supporting Role
2013 Nueva vida On Vitro Tv Series



  1. 1 2 Feria de Tijuana 2011 at Palenque de la Feria TijuanaLast.fm. Retrieved 2012-02-24.
    Edith Márquez es una cantante y actriz mexicana nació el 27 de enero de 1973 en la Ciudad de México, su voz cálida e íntima, su sencillez y un reconocido talento ha cautivado a la gente desde el inicio de su carrera. (Spanish)

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