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Tortilla Soup (9-Jun-2001)

Director: Maria Ripoll

Writers: Ramón Menéndez; Tom Musca; Vera Blasi

Music by: Bill Conti

Producer: John Bard Manulis

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

Remake of Eat Drink Man Woman (1994).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Hector Elizondo
Actor
22-Dec-1936   Dr. Neven Bell on Monk
Constance Marie
Actor
9-Sep-1965   Nikki Alvarez on Santa Barbara
Ken Marino
Actor
19-Dec-1968   The State
Julio Oscar Mechoso
Actor
31-May-1955   Joaquin Tiant on Greetings from Tucson
Jacqueline Obradors
Actor
6-Oct-1966   Det. Ortiz on NYPD Blue
Elizabeth Peña
Actor
23-Sep-1961   Tortilla Soup
Paul Rodriguez
Actor
19-Jan-1955   A Million to Juan
Raquel Welch
Actor
5-Sep-1940   Cocktail waitress turned 60s sexpot

CAST

Hector Elizondo   ...   Martin
Jacqueline Obradors   ...   Carmen
Tamara Mello   ...   Maribel
Paul Rodriguez   ...   Orlando
Constance Marie   ...   Yolanda
Joel Joan   ...   Antonio Urgell
Nikolai Kinski   ...   Andy
Julio Oscar Mechoso   ...   Gomez
Elizabeth Peña   ...   Letitia
Raquel Welch   ...   Hortensia
Judy Herrera   ...   Eden
Troy Ruptash   ...   Hairdresser
Ken Marino   ...   Jeff
Marisabel Garcia   ...   April
Louis Crugnali   ...   Catering Assistant
Ulysses Cuadra   ...   Snide Student
Mark de la Cruz   ...   April's Classmate
Eli Russell Linnetz   ...   April's Classmate
Stoney Westmoreland   ...   Baseball Umpire
Karen Dyer   ...   Jeff's Girlfriend

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