Constance marie, 56, said that she was proud of the Latinx community, Latinx actors, and Latinx storylines, and that they finally made it to holiday romance rom-coms. “That has never happened before, maybe there was one Latinx person on a particular project, but not the entire cast.
“It’s something that I wish I had when I was a kid, or in my 20s to feel part of the fabric America.”
Gloria Calderon Kellett created and wrote the five-part Amazon Prime series that premieres Friday, Dec. 17. It is set in Portland, Ore., and centers around the Diaz siblings Lily and Jorge Jr. (Emeraude Toubia and Mark Indelicato), and their families: father Jorge Sr., Beatriz (constance marie), and Gladys (Kellett), who are both 40-somethings and single.
Lily is seeking a relationship that is meaningful and loves to find love. Jorge Jr. is currently dating Henry (Vincent Rodriguez II) and living with his long-time (straight) best friend Nick (Desmond Chiam), and Lily is crushing on Nick.
Lily and Jorge also have Sol (Isis King), their cousin. Sol is a trans-non-binary oncologist who’s in love with Dr. Miles Murphy (Todd Grinnell Schneider, from “One Day at a Time”); and Santiago Zayas(Rome Flynn), who is best friends with his dad, Laz Royo (Andre Royo). He eventually joins the orbit of other characters.
Each episode is set during a different holiday, such as Christmas Eve, Valentine’s Day or Valentine’s Day.
Constance marie stated, “I don’t care what your ethnicity is, there’s a holiday awkwardness. The fact that we get to see the family on a different holiday each episode is genius premise.” “You know that so much happens between holidays. To be able to check in on the family and assess their relationship and get their temperatures… it feels like it has everything.”
Jorge Sr. and Beatriz constance marie are two examples of this love, as they both love their children and one another. Beatriz is acutely aware of the cracks in their happy marriage from the beginning. Marie said that Beatriz is part of a multi-generational love story. “I think many women in America can relate to Beatriz.” Constance marie is best known for her roles on “George Lopez,” and “Switched At Birth.” She says Beatriz is married to Jorge Sr. for 35 years. Your ‘happily everafter’ is complete. But what next? Your life is on autopilot. What can you do when you feel like you’re more like roommates than lovers, and you don’t know how to nurture a romantic relationship?
She said that although she couldn’t reveal what Beatriz does in future episodes, she “rattles the cage” in their relationship. “A lot women try to communicate with each other via e-mails and we have sitdowns such as the ‘we must talk’ talks. But sometimes, men can be late to the party when communication is needed. That’s what Beatriz experiences with her husband Benito, who is a wonderful human being.
Constance marie and Martinez were seen together in Marie’s 1995 movie “My Family.” She said that Martinez played her brother, but they didn’t have a scene together. It was one of those Steadicam scenes, where the camera was moving from room to room. I kind of shouted at him because he was my bossy older sibling. Then I left the frame.
This is not the case with “With Love”. Beatriz is the center of seemingly disparate plotlines which, eventually, cohere.
She said that Gloria wrote a beautiful piece that is so crucial right now. It has scenes that are funny and then deal with V topics that could be too heavy-handed or flat. They can also be touching, emotional, and dramatic, then they become funny again.
It’s almost like living. It’s not all comedy and drama — it’s the warm hug that we all need right now.
Constance marie Savard, Obituary
Constance Marie Savard (86), of Tupper Lake in NY, died Saturday, May 8, 2021, at Reflections Memory care in Battle Creek, MI. Connie was born July 21, 1934. She is the daughter of Rudolph (Laramee), Bodah. Leon E. Savard was her husband. They were married for 67 years and had five children together. Connie was preceded by Leon, who died on August 23, 2019.
She was active in the Holy Name Catholic Church, Tupper Lake, New York. Connie loved singing in the church choir. She loved to knit, sew, garden, and bake. She was known for making “The Best Pies.” She was a great mom and loved her family.
She worked as a pharmacist at Hemmingsen Drug Store while she lived in Marshall, Michigan. She was a Lioness with the Lions Club.
Five children survived her: Paul (Bonnie), Deborah (Raul), Buczynski and Michael Savard; Dianna (Michael), Sobutka; seventeen grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren; one sister, Janice LaFave. Leon E. Savard, her husband, preceded her in death; Rudolph and Hazel Bodah were her parents; she had two children; Betty Barnett, Willliam Bodah was her sister and brother.
Marshall will host a private family gathering. Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 11 a.m. Monday, May 17, 2021, at St. Alphonsus Holy Name of Jesus Parish at 48 Wawbeek Avenue in Tupper Lake, NY 12986. Friends are welcome to visit the family on Monday, from 10 a.m. to time of Mass. A graveside service will be held in Holy Name Cemetery in Tupper Lake.
Constance Marie Lopez, an American actress of Mexican descent was born September 9, 1965. Her roles as Angie Lopez in George Lopez (2002 – 2007) and Marcela Quintanilla, mother of Selena (1997) are well-known. She was Regina Vasquez’s character in ABC Family/Freeform drama, Switched at Birth (2011-17). She currently plays Camila Diaz, a Prime Video drama series Undone (2019 – present).