Jude Herrera

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Jude Herrera
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Herrera in 2000 at event at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills
Born
New Mexico, United States
NationalityAmerican
EducationAmerican Musical and Dramatic Academy
University of New Mexico
OccupationActress
Years active1995–present

Jude Herrera is an American actress. She made her onscreen debut in the network TV movie, Blue Rodeo (1996), with Ann-Margret and Kris Kristofferson.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 The Postman Carrier
1997 Melting Pot Dolores
1998 East of Hope Street Alicia Montalvo "Best Actor" Award, 1998 New Orleans Urban Film Festival[citation needed]
1998 Yellow Wooden Ring Greta Short film
1998 Restons Groupés Desawenta
1999 The Green Mile Bitterbuck's daughter Deleted scene[1]
2000 The Independent Carole/Blue Sky
2001 Tortilla Soup Eden
2001 The Doe Boy Geri "Best Supporting Actress" Award, 2001 American Indian Film Festival[citation needed]
2002 The Flats Paige
2007 Tortilla Heaven Dinora Shared Nomination - "Outstanding Performance of a Lead Latino/a Cast in a Motion Picture", 2008 ALMA Awards[citation needed]
2010 Inhale Claudia

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Blue Rodeo (TV Movie) Bonnie Tsotsie TV movie
1997 ER Pedes Nurse Episode: "Friendly Fire"
1999 Walker Texas Ranger Rachel Falcon Episode: "Team Cherokee Part I"
Episode: "Team Cherokee Part II"
2000 Camp P (Recurring role) TV pilot for MTV
2006 Wildfire Leanne Diaz Episode: "A Good Convict is Hard to Find"
2008 Living Hell (aka Organizm) Pfc. Una Fernandes TV movie
2011 Let Them Shine Dee TV movie

Stage[edit]

  • End Town (1995) by Dante Ventresca - Role: Allegra - Directed by Thor Steingraber - Nailing The Kipper Presents Theatre Company - Hollywood Moguls Theatre, Los Angeles
  • Bellyfruit (1996) by Maria Bernhard, Janet Borrus, Susannah Blinkoff and Kristen Scheimer - Role: Araceli - Directed by Kerri Green - Los Angeles Theatre Center Main Stage

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Green Mile 1999 Deleted Scenes - Director Frank Darabont Commentary". DailyMotion. Retrieved Nov 7, 2019

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