Geraldine Bazán Supports American Red Cross Tsunami Relief Effort

Geraldine Bazán Supports American Red Cross Tsunami Relief Effort


Miami, FL–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–February 10, 2005–Renowned Mexican artist Geraldine Bazán, whose theater, film and TV career spans 16 years, marked her birthday celebration by supporting the Miami Red Cross in its fund-raising campaign to benefit tsunami victims in Asia.

The event took place in the popular La Covacha club on Feb. 4th. International celebrities, friends and colleagues came together to celebrate and support Geraldine’s initiative on helping those affected by the tsunami.

The actor alongside a representative for Tim Titwell of the Miami Red Cross urged those in attendance to allocate their donations to the international food fund for victims of the disaster in Asia. She also requested their unconditional support for the American Heart Association’s “GO RED FOR WOMEN” campaign.

“I feel very honored and pleased with the great support that my friends have shown me professionally and in my concern for helping those in need,” Geraldine said.

On hand for the celebration were numerous celebrity friends and actors from the following Latino soaps: Venevisión’s “Soñar no cuesta nada”; Fonovideo’s “Inocente de Ti” and “Cuando Llora el Corazón” and Telemundo’s “Anita no te rajes”. Guests included Karime Lozano, Cristian de la Fuente, Ivonne Montero, Camila Sodi, Altair Jarabo, Claudia Islas, Olivia Collins, Laura Zapata, Martha Zavaleta, Andrés García Jr., Marcelo Cesán, Giován Ramos, Jorge Luís Pila, Abraham Ramos, Rodrigo Vidal, Katie Barbieri, Mayté Embil, Mirela Mendoza, Alan “Ex-Magneto”, Jorge Alberti, Santa Lucía, Eleazar Gómez, Juan Martín, Franklin Virguez, Cristian Tappan, Joemi Blanco, Rodrigo Mejía, Arap Berkle, Peter Tinoco, Tito Rojas, Enrique Gómez Badillo, Beatriz Rodríguez, Jennifer Clark and Gustavo Puerta, and Aurelio Rodríguez and Alejandro Lazardi, hosts of La Covacha, among others.

Geraldine Bazán has shared the screen with prominent Hollywood celebrities such as Salma Hayek, Edward James Olmos and Marc Anthony, among others. She has worked with Spanish director Mariano Barroso and Mexican directors Paco del Toro and González Iñarritu, as well as Mexican TV founder Don Antulio Jiménez Pons.

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Geraldine Bazán Supports American Red Cross Tsunami Relief Effort