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Yohana Cobo

Yohana Cobo
Born (1985-01-12) 12 January 1985
Madrid, Spain
Occupation Actress

Yohana Cobo (born 12 January 1985, Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish film and television actress, best-known for her role as Penélope Cruz's character's daughter in the Pedro Almodóvar film, Volver.

Contents

  • Filmography 1
    • Films 1.1
    • Television 1.2
  • Awards 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Filmography

Films

  • 1997 - Campeones
  • 2000 - Aunque tú no lo sepas
  • 2001 - Sin noticias de Dios
  • 2002 - Semana santa
  • 2003 - La Vida mancha
  • 2004 - Las Llaves de la independencia
  • 2004 - El Séptimo día
  • 2004 - Seres queridos
  • 2005 - Fin de curso
  • 2006 - Volver
  • 2006 - Arena en los bolsillos (post-production)
  • 2009 - Tramontana

Television

  • El Comisario ("La Casa de las meriendas"; 2005)
  • Código fuego ("Despedidas"; 2003)
  • Hospital Central ("Decisiones"; 2002)
  • Hermanas (1998–99)

Awards

References

  1. ^

External links

Yohana Cobo at the Internet Movie Database

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