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Alfred Molina
(Movies & TV)
Anjelica Huston
(Movies & TV)
Gillian Armstrong
(Movies & TV)
Tim Curry
(Movies & TV)
Marisa Tomei
(Movies & TV)

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Trini Alvarado

Knowledge Identifier: +Trini_Alvarado


Trini Alvarado

American actress best known for her performances as Margaret [GUI]Meg[GUI] March in the 1994 film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's novel Little Women and Lucy Lynskey in the comedy add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1967.

Countries: United States (60%), (27%), United Kingdom (7%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: The New York Times, Alfred Molina, Anjelica Huston

Linked to: Fordham University, Fox Broadcasting Company, Professional Children's School, People




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Trini Alvarado was born in 1967 add something


In 1980, Alvarado appeared in "Times Square" with Tim Curry and Robin Johnson, in which she and Johnson sang together "Your Daughter is One." add something


In 1985, Alvarado took on the role of Anne Frank in the off-Broadway musical "Yours, Anne" add something


Her next roles the young Lisa Titus in the ill-fated 1987 film "The Chair", the tough, smart-aleck May "Mooch" Stark in the frank, girl-dominant teen movie "Satisfaction" led up to playing the daughter of Stella Claire , in another version of "Stella" add something


Jeffrey Steefel - He performed and sang off-Broadway, most notably at the Lamb's Theatre in the role of Jesus in the 1989 revival of "Godspell", having shared the stage with young actors Trini Alvarado and Harold Perrineau, Jr. The production, directed by Don Scardino, caught the attention of The New York Times writer Sonia Taitz, who wrote a 2-page article about the director and the cast


Alvarado later worked alongside John Goodman again on the 1992 biopic "The Babe", playing the role of Helen Woodford Ruth add something


Alvarado would get the chance to work with director Gillian Armstrong again on the 1994 film adaptation of "Little Women" add something


Alvarado's next film was 1995's "The Perez Family", co-starring Alfred Molina, Anjelica Huston and Marisa Tomei add something


After making an appearance in the last minutes of "Paulie" , as the grown-up Marie Altweather, Alvarado would not appear on the big screen again until 2006, in the critically acclaimed film "Little Children" add something


She played various roles on the small screen, appearing alongside Eric Stoltz for the third time, in 2000's "The Last Dance" amid a string of TV guest appearances and movies add something


Most recently, she played the role of Samantha Loeb in the Fox TV sci-fi drama "Fringe", appearing in two episodes in 2008 and 2009 add something


Alvarado has parts in the upcoming film "All Good Things", which stars former co-star Kirsten Dunst, and "The Good Guy", which had been screened at the Tribeca Film Festival on 26 April 2009 add something


As of 2013, Miss Alvardo is living in semi-retirement in New York City, having been inactive for three years add something


In May 2014, she appeared in the episode "Forget Me" of the single-season ABC series "Black Box", her first acting job in over four years add something