|Date of Birth
||6 October 1966,
|Place of Birth
|| San Fernando Valley, California, USA
Born in the San Fernando Valley on 6th October 1966, Jacqueline Obradors began her television career with several impressive appearances on many popular series such as "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" (1990), "Diagnosis Murder" (1993), and "Murder, She Wrote" (1984) as well as NBC's "Battery Park" with Elizabeth Perkins.
Jacqueline's first film role came in the form of 1993's _Red Sun Rising (1993)_ , and she later starred opposite Harrison Ford in Six Days Seven Nights (1998) for which she earned a Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination.
In 2001, Jacqueline Obradors landed the role of "Det. Rita Ortiz" on ABC's much acclaimed series "NYPD Blue" (1993).