Trinidad Oteros: Who is Eduardo Noriega’s Wife?

Trinidad Oteros: Who is Eduardo Noriega's Wife?

Who is Trinidad Oteros?

Trinidad Oteros is recogniced for being the wife of famous actor, Eduardo Noriega Gomez. She is of Spanish nationality and lives in Spain in Santander. The pair got engaged on February 8, 2011, in a civil ceremony officiated by Councilwoman Mara Isabel Martnez-Cubells. Only the couple’s closest friends and relatives were present at the Moncloa-Aravaca Municipal Board in Madrid where the ceremony took place. The couple first met almost ten years ago while waiting for a delayed trip at Barajas airport. place. In the year 2014, the couple welcomed a child, girl of name unknown to the public.

Not much is known to the public regarding the personal life of Trinidad Oteros. Sources fail to known her date and place of birth, however, it is assumed she would be around the name age as her husband, between her late 40s to early 50s.

Public knowledge of Trinidad Oteros’s professional trajectory is still unavailable. Therefore, it is unknown what she does for a living. It is believed that Trinidad Oteros wants to keep the public out of her personal life. However, given that Trinidad Oteros ‘s husband Eduardo worked in the film industry, it’s possible that her job is focused on such fields. There is also a possibility that she is a homemaker.

Trinidad Oteros has a daughter with Eduardo Noriega

According to some sources, the couple has a daughter together, born in early 2014. Details regarding her name, exact date of birth and personal life has been hidden from the public. It can be assumed that the couple prefers to keep the life of their child away from the media spotlight for some reasons.

Trinidad Oteros’ Husband: Eduardo Noriega

Trinidad Oteros’ husband, Eduardo Noriega Gómez is a Spanish actor born on the 1st of August, 1973. His portrayal in Thesis (1996) helped him become well-known in Spain. This was followed by appearances in Open Your Eyes (1997) and The Wolf (2004). Eduardo Noriega is well-known in the US for playing Enrique in the 2008 political thriller Vantage Point. He speaks Spanish, French, English and Catalan quite fluently.

In Santander, Spain, on August 1, 1973, Eduardo Noriega Gómez was born to a Spanish mother and a Mexican father. Of his seven siblings, he is the only actor and the youngest. He was completely committed to music as a kid. When he was older, he decided to pursue acting in Madrid instead of continuing his legal studies or his passion for music.

Trinidad Oteros’ husband, Eduardo Noriega’s acting credits include roles in various short films by Amenábar, Mateo Gil, and Carlos Montero, as well as a brief cameo in the well-known Spanish film Stories from the Kronen (Spanish: Historias del Kronen). But it wasn’t until Tesis that he received his first leading part in a movie that went on to become one of the biggest hits in Spanish film history. 

Although his associates believed otherwise, Amenábar admitted in a T.T interview that he first did not want Noriega in Tesis because he thought he was merely a “pretty face.” In the end, he phoned him again since he was his first choice among the casting’s actors. They grew close and eventually collaborated on a number of projects, including Open Your Eyes.

Eduardo Noriega Gómez starred alongside Leonardo Sbaraglia in the 2000 Argentine movie Plata Quemada, which was helmed by Marcelo Pieyro. In The Method (Spanish: El Método 2005), a subsequent Pieyro film, Noriega reunited with Plata Quemada co-star Pablo Echarri. at the 2001 Guillermo del Toro and Agustin and Pedro Almodóvar production The Devil’s Backbone, portraying life at an orphanage in the closing months of the Spanish Civil War, he played Jacinto. Marisa Paredes and Federico Luppi are also featured in the movie. In the French film Novo (2002), which was directed by Jean-Pierre Limosin, he played the lead role and was fully clothed. He starred in the indie film Che Guevara, which Josh Evans produced and directed, in 2005.

Alatriste (2006) featured Noriega as Conde of Guadalmedina. Viggo Mortensen, Elena Anaya, Javier Cámara, Ariadna Gil, Blanca Portillo, and Juan Echanove are among the actors who appear in the Agustn Dáz Yanes-helmed movie. The movie Alatriste is based on five of Arturo Pérez-Reverte’s books. Noriega first gained attention for his role as Ral and Valentn Fuentes, the antagonistic twin brothers, in Vicente Aranda’s drama Lolita’s Club (2007).

He appears in the 2008 film Vantage Point as Enrique, a Spanish police officer who was tasked with guarding the town mayor but unintentionally becomes a key player in the probe into the killing of the American president. In the Arnold Schwarzenegger film The Last Stand, he played an escaped drug lord.