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Actress Lillian Hurst Speaks About her Acting Career

  • Mar 3, 2013 · 2:00 PM
  • NVTA

 *free meetup* for actors in our meetup

In this meetup, actress Lillian Hurst will talk about her career acting in movies, TV and theater both in Latin America and the United States (Lost, Dharma and Greg).

Lillian Hurst MINI BIO: Lilllian Hurst a bilingual Puerto Rican TV and stage star.

She is currently living in California where she has guest starred in many TV shows and theater. SAG - EQUITY - AFTRA                                                

Hurst has participated in twenty movies, including the 2005 film English as a Second Language. She has also made over thirty television guest appearances in programs such as JAG, NYPD Blue, The X-Files, ER, Lost, and a recurring role in Dharma and Greg, where she played the role of "Celia". She also appeared in the Ugly Betty episode "A Tree Grows in Guadalajara" as Yolanda Salazar, the grandmother of Betty Suarez.


Hurst was contracted and she starred in the television comedy Pompilia y su Familia (Pompilia and her Family), which was broadcast on WAPA-TV. Later, she hosted La Hora del Niño (The Children's Hour) on Channel 6. Some of the other comedies in which she participated in the 1960s were Casos y Cosas de la Casa (Cases and Things of the House) with international star Braulio Castillo and in the supershow 'Goya', distributed among all the Latin TV stations in the US. Lillian also participated in many soap operas produced by Telemundo. In 1969, Hurst was contracted by Panamericana de Television of Lima, Peru to work in the program El Hit del Momento (The Hit of the Moment), this opportunity made her an international Latin TV star.

After her stay in Peru, she moved to New York city, where she was the star of many theatrical productions, with many great reviews from the New York Times. Hurst was able to work in both Spanish and English language productions. She landed a role as "Mrs. Maris" in Widows (1991), which was presented at the Taper Forum Theater and as "Lola" in La Balada de Tina Jaurez (The Ballad of Tina Juarez) (1992).

She Studied Applied Psychology at USM with Ron And Mary Hulnick.

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