Natasha Elizabeth Dupeyrón Estrada (born 3 June 1991 in Mexico City, Mexico)[1] known professionally as Natasha Dupeyron, is a Mexican actress and singer. She has acted in various Mexican telenovelas since childhood. Dupeyrón was a member of the Mexican-Argentine pop band, Eme 15 from 2011 until 2014.[2]

Early life

She was born in Mexico City to Mexican actor, Humberto Dupeyrón and mother, María de los Ángeles Estrada Luévano. She has one older brother, one younger brother, and one older sister.[3][4] The Dupeyrón family traces part of their ancestry to a man who fled the French Revolution and later settled in Tabasco.[5] Her surname, Dupeyrón, is of French origin. Her family has been involved in acting in Mexico and Central America for 8 generations. Many of Natasha's relatives are also actors including her father, paternal aunt, Elizabeth Dupeyrón and her siblings Odín, Odette, and Osterlen. She was educated at an all-girls Catholic school in Mexico City.[6][7]

Acting career

Early career

Dupeyron received her first acting role as an extra, in the telenovela, Doctor Cándido Pérez, when she was just 20 days old.[1] Since childhood, she has participated in numerous roles in telenovelas, television, theatre, and films. She starred in many famous children's telenovelas such as Peregrina, Carita de ángel, and De pocas, Pocas Pulgas. In addition to television credits, Natasha also participated in ten theatre productions. She starred as Chiquis in the 2006 Mexican theatre production of Vaselina (Grease in Spanish) alongside Mexican actors, Sherlyn and Aarón Díaz. She performed in 100 productions of Vaselina. Following her role in Vaselina, Dupeyron was cast in her first adolescent role as the wealthy rebellious teenager, "Marión Von Ferdinand", in the 2007 Mexican telenovela Lola...Érase una vez.[8]

In 2008, she was cast as the blind teenager, "Lia", in the popular telenovela, Juro Que Te Amo.[9] The following year, she starred alongside Dulce Maria in the telenovela Verano de Amor as Berenice. Filming for Verano de Amor was conducted in Tlacotalpan, Veracruz during the summer of 2009.[10] In 2011, she appeared in the music video "El tiempo no lo cambiará" for the Mexican singer, Matteos.

Success with "Miss XV" and other roles (2011-2013)

In 2010, Pedro Damián announced plans to produce a remake of the famous 1987 telenovela Quinceañera. Natasha was cast as one of three female protagonists for the new version of Quinceanera called Miss XV. Danna Paola and Renanta Notni were also cast in the project as the remaining protagonists.[11] However, the project was later reformatted and recast in June 2011. Both Paola and Notni were dropped from the project once casting became finalized in July 2011.[12] Natasha remained an original cast member. Paulina Goto, Elezar Gómez, Yago Muñoz, Jack Duarte and Argentine newcomer, Macarena Achaga, were all cast as main characters in the teen musical television series, Miss XV.[13]

Miss XV began filming in October 2011 in Mexico City and concluded in June 2012. The series had 120 episodes. Due to the show's success, a second season or spin-off idea was considered by producers, however, the idea was later rejected.[14] The program debuted on Nickelodeon Latin America on 16 April 2012. On 5 May 2012, it began airing on Canal 5 throughout Latin America.[15]

On 24 April 2013, Dupeyron, along with her fellow Miss XV co-star and Eme 15 band mate, Paulina Goto, were announced as protagonists in producer Pedro Damian's newest telenovela, Las Mejores Amigas Best Friends Forever. Although not a spin-off or second season of Miss XV, the program was slated to include songs performed by Eme 15, the band featured on Miss XV. The project was expected to have between 80 and 100 episodes, but it was later canceled for unknown reasons.[16]

In November 2012, Dupeyron and her then-boyfriend, actor José Pablo Minor, filmed Esencia, a short film directed by Dupeyron's older brother, Odin, in Mexico City. The concept for the project was created by Dupeyron and Minor. The short film won honorable mention in a student film competition at CEA, where Minor was enrolled as a student before later becoming a full-time actor.[17]

In October 2013, Dupeyron was officially confirmed as "Frida" in producer Rosy Ocampo's latest telenovela, Qué pobres tan ricos. The show is a remake of a Colombian telenovela, Pobres Rico. Filming began in Mexico City in early October and the show premiered in Mexico on 11 November 2013 for Canal de las Estrellas.[18][19] After more than six months of filming, production was completed in early May 2014. The series finale aired on 29 June 2014 in Mexico.[20][21]

2014 to 2015

In December 2014, she filmed Dentro de la mina, a zombie horror movie, which is expected to be released sometime in 2015. The film is directed by Juan Antonio de la Riva and Dupeyron plays "Roberta". The film was previously called Insurgentes Malditos. The film's final title was announced as Ladrona de almas in September 2015.[22][23] In early January 2015, she appeared in a music video, "Contigo puedo see quién soy", with Mexican singer, Juan Solo, for his upcoming album, Ni Solo Ni Mal Acompañado. The music video premiered on 12 February 2015 on Solo's official YouTube channel.[24][25] In January 2015, she began rehearsing for the play, Buen Viaje, where she alternated as the female lead. The play debuted on 8 January 2015 and ended on 8 February 2015. Performances were held from Thursdays to Saturdays at Teatro en Corto in the Colonia Nápoles neighborhood in Mexico City. In February 2015, she appeared in an episode of the YouTube series, "Querido Hijo de Puta", a monologue episodic skit, directed and produced by her older brother, Odin. Dupeyron also co-starred in the play, Infidelidades, alongside actresses Erika Buenfil and Laura Flores. It is a Spanish-language adaptation based on the Woody Allen play, "Central Park West". The play premiered at Teatro Libanés in Mexico City on 20 February 2015.[26][27][28][29] After appearing in 100 performances of "Infidelidades", Dupeyron ended her run in the play on 29 June 2015 due to her rehearsal schedule for the musical, "La Llamada". She later rejoined the cast for two special performances held on Broadway in New York City on 22 August 2015.[30][31]

On 9 February 2015, she was announced as lead cast member for the play, "La Llamada". The musical comedy, set at a Catholic summer camp, is an adaptation based on the critically acclaimed Spanish play of the same name. The play premiered on 28 August 2015, and performances were held at Teatro López Tarso in Mexico City until November 2015.[32]

In late September 2015, she travelled to Guadalajara and filmed a small part for the Mexican romantic comedy movie, Buscando a Inés., later renamed Treintona, soltera y fantástica. The film was released in Mexico on 7 October 2016.[33][34] In December 2015, she traveled to Chiapas to film a small role in the upcoming Mexican soccer-themed romantic comedy movie, "Túnel 19", since renamed "El que busca encuentra". [35]

2016 to present

On 25 January 2016, she was confirmed as a cast member for "Realidad aumentada", a Mexican television drama series directed by Jesus Magana, Luis Eduardo Reyes, Alejandro Iglesias and Jorge Aragon. The show filmed until the spring of 2016. The series is now called M.I.N.T., but does not yet have a release date. She filmed a role in the Mexican film, "La vida immoral de la pareja ideal", in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico in February 2016. The movie was released in Mexican cinemas on 28 October 2016.[36][37][38] Dupeyron voiced the character, "Katie", for the Latin American Spanish-language dub of the 2016 animated film, The Secret Life of Pets.[39]

She was cast in the Mexican drama film, "Plan V", which began filming in Mexico City in mid-December 2016. Filming was also conducted in Guadalajara. [40] The movie is expected to be released in February 2018. [41] In June 2017, she was cast in a series that is slated to air in 2018. On 21 June 2017, she received a nomination for "Revelación femenina" (Best female revolution) for her work in the movie, Treintona, soltera y fantástica, at the 59th Premio Ariel, the Mexican film industry's equivalent of the Academy Award. The award show was held on 11 July 2017 at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City. Dupeyron did not win.[42] [43]

In late June 2017, she participated in the improvisation theatre series, "M.I.N.D." (Material Inédito No Degradable).[44] In July 2017, Dupeyron was cast in the Mexican adaptation of the Broadway play, Closer, by Patrick Marber. The play is scheduled to run for 10 weeks starting on 18 August 2017. [45]

Spokesmodel career

From 2009 to 2012, Dupeyron modeled clothing for the women's collections in the popular print catalogue, Cklass in Mexico. In September 2012, she signed a contract as the newest spokesmodel for Maybelline cosmetics in Mexico. She appears in TV and print ads for Pure + Makeup line.[46][47] In May 2013, she became the newest image for the Garnier Fructis 100% color de Gariner campaign in Mexico. Dupeyrón appeared in print and commercials to promote the hair color brand in Mexico.

In September 2014, she appeared in a national camping called "No te hagas güey" alongside other Mexican artists such as Sherlyn González and Daniela Magun. The campaign's aims to raise awareness against underage alcohol consumption in Mexico.[48]

Music career

In 2003, Dupeyron and the other child actors from cast of the children's telenovela, De Pocas Pulgas Pulgas Pulgas, recorded two albums of music featured on the program and embarked on a tour of Latin America to promote the show.[49]

Eme 15

Dupeyrón was a member of the Mexican-Argentine musical group Eme 15, which was composed of the six lead actors from the television series, Miss XV. The other five members were Paulina Goto, Elezar Gómez, Macarena Achaga, Yago Muñoz, and Jack Duarte. The band performed songs presented on the show. Their debut performance was at Mexico's Kids Choice Awards on 3 September 2011 in Mexico City. They performed their first single, Wonderland.[50] During a September 2013 live video chat with fans, Dupeyron denied claims that she would continue a career as a solo singer following Eme 15's then-rumored separation. Instead, she expressed that she was more comfortable with acting rather than pursuing a singing career professionally.

On 18 December 2013, it was officially announced to fans via the band's official Twitter account that the band would split up, following their final concert on 5 January 2014 at the Mega Feria Imperial de Acapulco in Acapulco, Mexico.[2]

Personal life

Dupeyron studied piano and violin during her childhood. She began learning the ukulele in 2015. She is a supporter of animal rights. She currently resides in Mexico City. She was in a relationship with actor Eddy Vilard from 2008 to 2011. [51]From 2012 until late 2015, she dated Mexican actor, José Pablo Minor. [52] In June 2014, she briefly relocated to Boston, Massachusetts to study English in a summer course for three months. She returned to Mexico City in mid-August of the same year.[53]


Television and film

Year Project Role Notes
1995 María la del Barrio Perlita Ordóñez Telenovela debut
1998 Gotita de amor Loreta Telenovela
Ángela María Molina Telenovela
2000 Siempre te amaré Antonia Castellanos Telenovela
Recompena Regina Film
2001 Amigas y Rivales Aurora Telenovela
Carita de Ángel Lucía Telenovela
2002 La Otra Natalia Ibáñez Portugal Telenovela
2003 De Pocas Pulgas Pulgas Pulgas Alejandra Lastra Telenovela (Lead role)
2004-06 Rebelde Augustina/Natasha Telenovela
Season 1, episode 1 as "Augustina"
Season 3, episode 3 as "Natasha"
2005 Peregrina Evita Telenovela (Lead role)
Contra Viento y Marea Gringa Television series (Episode 1, Season 1)
2006 Efectos secundarios Mimi (age 18) Film
2007 Lola...Érase una vez Marión Von Ferdinand Telenovela (Series regular)
2008 Juro que te amo Rosalia "Lía" Madrigal Campero Telenovela (Series regular)
La Rosa de Guadalupe Veronica Television series (Episode: "A Como de Lugar")
2009 Verano de Amor Berenice Perea Olmos Telenovela (Series regular)
2011 Ella y el candidato[54] Isabel Film
2012 Momentos Julia[4] Unaired television pilot
Miss XV Natalia D'Costa Television series (Lead role)
Escenia Ella Short film
2013-14 Qué pobres tan ricos Frida Ruizpalacios Romagnoli Telenovela (Series regular)
2014 HOY Herself/Guest co-host Mexican morning show (Aired 9 October 2014)
2015 Ladronas de almas Roberta Film
"Querido Hijo de Puta" Susana Web series; Episode: "La exasperación de Susana"
2016 "Treintona, soltera y fantástica" Regina Film
The Secret Life of Pets Katie Latin American Spanish-language voiceover
La vida imortal de la pareja ideal Amelia Film
2017 'El que busca encuentra" TBA Film
2018 "Plan V" Paula Film
"Aquí en las tierras" Pia Series
TBA "M.I.N.T." Abigail Television series. Previously called "Realidad aumentada"


Year Play Role Notes
2004 "Un mundo de colores" Children's play
2006 "Vaselina" Chiquis Mexican production of "Grease"
2011 "Cenicienta" Cenicienta Mexican production of Cinderella
2015 "Bien viaje" Ana Lead/Alternate
"Infidelidades" Julieta Supporting role. Adaptation of Woody Allen's Central Park West
"La Llamada" María Casado Lead role/Musical comedy. Mexican production of "La Llamada"
2017 "M.I.N.D." Juana Sketch comedy
"Closer" Alicia Mexican adaption of Closer

Music video appearances

Year Music Video Artist
2011 El tiempo no lo cambiará Matteos
2012 Wonderland Eme 15
Solamente Tú Eme 15
2013 Differente (Live from the Auditorio Nacional) Eme 15
Te Quiero Más Eme 15
Vivan los Niños campaign Eme 15
Baila "Muévete con Chester Cheetos" campaign Eme 15
2015 Contigo puedo ser quien soy Juan Solo
2016 "Tú" Yago Muñoz


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