Scarlet Ortiz

Scarlet Ortiz
Born Hevis Scarlet Ortiz Pacheco
(1974-03-12) 12 March 1974
Caracas, Venezuela
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 1995present
Spouse(s) Yul Bürkle
Children Barbara Brianna Bürkle

Scarlet Ortiz (born Hevis Scarlet Ortiz Pacheco in Caracas, Venezuela in 12 March 1974) is a Venezuelan actress known for her role in telenovelas.


Scarlet started her acting career in a children's show called Nubeluz[1] in Venezuela. She also participated in Miss Venezuela 1992 as Miss Sucre.[2]

In July 2009 the Spanish language edition of People Magazine reported that she was pregnant from her boyfriend Yul Bürkle[3] and on March 9, 2010 she gave birth to a baby girl in Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami and named her Barbara Briana. Her chosen godparents will be the actress Gaby Espino and the soap opera writer Alberto Gomez.[4]

In 2012, Scarlet made her debut as a theater actress in the stage play Las Quiero a las dos in Miami where she played the role of a married man's mistress.[5][6]

She returned to her native country of Venezuela to star as the protagonist in the telenovela Dulce Amargo[7] after 12 years of working abroad.[8][9] The last telenovela she recorded in Venezuela was Mis 3 hermanas.



Year Title Role Notes
2015 Santiago, el apostol Maria de Nazareth Filming


Year Title Role Notes
1995-1996 Nubeluz Host / Dalina
1997 Llovizna Yolanda Sánchez / Llovizna
1998 Niña mimada Federica
1999 Yo soy Betty, la fea Alejandra Zingg
1999 Luisa Fernanda Luisa Fernanda Riera
2000 Mis 3 hermanas Lisa Estrada Rossi
2001 Secreto de amor María Clara Carvajal
2003 Todo sobre Camila Camila Montes de Alba
2004 Todos quieren con Marilyn Marilyn
2006 Mi vida eres tú Daniela Álvarez
2007 Trópico Angélica Santos
2008 Amas de casa desesperadas Susana Martínez
2009 Alma indomable Alma Pérez Sorrento
2011 Rafaela Rafaela
2012-2013 Dulce amargo Mariana Wilhelm
2014 Misterio's Ana Raquel / Ana Valentina
2015 Tómame o déjame Ida
2015 Escándalos TBA
2016 La Fan Salma


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