Jacqueline Obradors Biography
Jacqueline Obradors was most famous for her roles in A Man Apart, Six Days Seven Nights and NYPD Blue. In NYPD Blue, the hit series by ABC, she was seen from 2001 to 2005, playing the character of Detective Rita Ortiz. She is also known on her role as Sofia in the comedy series Freddie. In the series Freddie, she stars opposite Freddie Prinze, Jr. from the series 2005 pilot to 2006 seasons.
Before appearing on big roles, Jacqueline Obradors was seen playing the typical Latina characters. Then by 1993, she landed a big break in Harrison Fords movie, Six Days, Seven Nights. In this film, she landed the role of Harrison Fords girlfriend. Then she was also seen in the comedy Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, opposite comedy actor Rob Schneider. In this film, she played the role of the wife of William Forsythes character.
Aside from appearing on films, Jacqueline Obradors was also seen in several film series and shows. She became one of the regular casts of the series Battery Park by NBC. Although the series did not last more than several season this lead to her landing another role in another series. She was seen next in the series NYPD Blue as Detective Rita Ortiz. As Detective Rita Ortiz, she appeared in 70 episodes, including Moving Day, Lenny Scissorhands and Old Man Quiver.
In Freddie, Jacqueline Obradors was seen in its 22 episodes, including Mother of All Grandmothers, Open and Shut, Freddie and the Hot Mom, Freddie, Gets Cross Over George, To Have Loved Way Too Much and Lost, and others.
In between films and television appearances, Jacqueline Obradors also lent her voice in several animated films. First, she was heard in Atlantis: The Lost Empire and then again in its sequel, Atlantis: Milos Return.
In 2001, Jacqueline Obradors played the role of one of the daughters of Naranjo in the Tortilla Soup. In 2003, she played the character of the wife of Vin Diesels character in the action movie, A Man Apart. That same year, she was also seen in Kate Brasher and Some of My Best Friends. In 2003, she was also seen in George Lopez and in 2004 in Unstoppable. In 2007, Jacqueline was seen in the HBO produced Untitled J.J. Abrams.