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JACQUELINE OBRADORS has parlayed playing sexy ‘Angelica' opposite Harrison Ford in Ivan Reitman's Six Days, Seven Nights into a string of coveted film and television roles.

Obradors, whose Six Days role garnered a Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, was previously seen in Samuel Goldwyn Film's Tortilla Soup. The dramedy is inspired by Ang Lee's foreign-language hit Eat, Drink, Man, Woman. Obradors also provided a key voice for Disney's animated feature Atlantis: The Lost Empire, co-starred with Rob Schneider in Disney's hit comedy Deuce Bigalow, Male Gigolo and appeared in the festival circuit award-winner, Crossing Over.

Beyond her feature work, Obradors has had an impressive run in television as well. She is the newest series regular on Steven Bochco's hit series "NYPD Blue," and also starred with Elizabeth Perkins in NBC/Dreamworks' mid-season sitcom "Battery Park" for creator/producer Gary David Goldberg ("Family Ties," "Spin City") and also guest-starred on a four episode arc of NBC's hit sitcom "Jesse" as Bruno Campos' ex-fiance and starred in the F/X drama pilot "Dope."

Additional forays into television include "Killer App" for director/producer Robert Altman, "'68," opposite Dylan Walsh, "The People" with Bradley Whitford, and most recently a guest turn on the comedy "Some of My Best Friends."

Obradors is a Southern California native who enjoys traveling and yoga.


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