| Mercedes Moran|
| September 21, 1955 (age 60) (1955-09-21) Concaran, San Luis Province, Argentina|
Oscar Martinez (m. 1987–2000)
Mercedes Scapola, Manuela Martinez, Maria Scapola
Betibu, The Motorcycle Diaries, The Holy Girl, La Cienaga, Moon of Avellaneda
Mercedes Scapola, Carla Peterson, Isabel Macedo, Araceli Gonzalez, Florencia Bertotti
Mercedes Morán (born September 21, 1955) is an Argentine film and television actress.
Mercedes Morán has worked in several TV programs, such as Donde pueda quererte, Rosa de lejos, Por siempre amigos, Gasoleros, Culpables, Tiempo final, Mujeres asesinas, Amas de casa desesperadas, El hombre de tu vida, En terapia and La celebración. She worked in theater plays such as El efecto de los rayos gamma, Locos de contentos, Humores que matan, Monólogos de la vagina, Pequeños crímenes conyugales, Agosto, Buena gente and La brisa de la vida. She worked in films such as Mirha de Liniers a Estambul, El Sur, La ciénaga, Whisky Romero Zulu, Luna de Avellaneda, Diarios de motocicleta, Cordero de Dios, La ronda, Los Marziano and Betibú.
She was the lead actress of Culpables in 2001, which was awarded the Golden Martín Fierro Award. That year she was nominated as best lead actress in miniseries, but did not receive the award.
Mercedes Morán made a cameo in Graduados in 2012, which starred her daughter Mercedes Scápola. She played the mother of Scápola's character, the housekeeper "Clarita". Both of them work as regular actresses in the 2014 telenovela Guapas. She also had a scene with the actor Juan Leyrado, with subtle references to the 1998 telenovela Gasoleros. Both of them were the lead actors of it. As both Morán and Scápola enjoyed the cameo in Graduados, they also play as mother and daughter in it.
Mercedes Morán has three daughters. Mercedes Scápola and María Scápola are her daughters with Oscar Scápola. Manuela is her daughter with the actor Oscar Martínez.La Ciénaga (2001) a.k.a. The SwampPróxima salida (2004)Whisky Romeo Zulu (2004)Luna de Avellaneda (2004) a.k.a. Moon of AvellanedaLa Niña santa (2004) a.k.a. The Holy GirlDiarios de motocicleta (2004) a.k.a. The Motorcycle DiariesCara de queso 'mi primer ghetto (2006)Remake (2006)Olympia (2012)Chiamatemi Francesco (2015)Infieles (2002) Mini TV seriesMujeres asesinas (2005) TV seriesConflictos en red (2005) TV seriesAmas de Casa Desesperadas (2006) TV seriesGuapas (2014)Argentine Film Critics Association Awards: Silver Condor; Best Actress, for Luna de Avellaneda; 2005.Argentine Film Critics Association Awards: Silver Condor; Best Supporting Actress, for La Ciénaga; 2002.
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