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Alexis Ayala
Ayala in an interview with Dulce Osuna on 2 June 2017
Born (1965-08-09) August 9, 1965 (age 58)
NationalityMexican
OccupationActor
Spouses
(m. 1994; div. 1996)
Fernanda López
(m. 2014; div. 2021)
Cinthia Aparicio
(m. 2023)
Children2

Alexis Ayala (born David Alexis Ayala Padró on 9 August 1965) is an American-born Mexican actor of telenovelas and the cinema of Mexico.

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Biography

Career

Ayala debuted as an actor at the age of 22 with the film En peligro de muerte ("In danger of death")[1] and after completing his studies at the Centro de Educación Artística (CEA) of Televisa three years later he obtained a small role in Mi pequeña Soledad ("My little Soledad") with Verónica Castro.[citation needed]

In 1992, he appeared on Baila conmigo where he met Karla Álvarez, who he would later marry. Next year he obtained a more important role in the telenovela Los parientes pobres ("Poor Relatives"), a telenovela starred by singer Lucero. Both actors had shared the television screen in Cuando llega el amor ("When love arrives"). In 1999 he obtained his first starring role in Tres mujeres and with fellow actor and friend Sergio Mayer he produced the show Sólo para Mujeres where with Mayer and other celebrities they performed a strip-tease. [citation needed]

The show was successful and, in spite of local opposition from Catholic groups, they took the show on tour all over Mexico. The show was later presented in other Latin American countries and the United States. Although he is no longer part of the ever-changing cast, as of 2005 he remains a producer of the show.[citation needed]

Filmography

List of acting performances in film and television
Title Years Role Notes Source
En peligro de muerte 1988 Film
En carne propia 1990 Alejandro Tamaris TV series
Mi pequeña Soledad 1990 Jorge "Coque" TV series
Cuando llega el amor  1990 Nico TV series
Cadenas de amargura 1991 Víctor TV series
La pícara soñadora 1991 Carlos Pérez TV series
Baila conmigo 1991 Tomás de la Reguera TV series
Las cosas simples 1993 TV movie
Los parientes pobres 1993 Bernardo Ávila TV series
Agujetas de color de rosa 1994 Julián Ledezma TV series
Confidente de secundaria 1996 Quico TV series
Mujer, casos de la vida real 1996-01 TV series, 2 episodes
¡Engañame!, si quieres 1998 Ricardo Film
Huracán 1998 Raimundo TV series
Tres mujeres 1999 Daniel Subiri TV series
Carita de ángel 2000 Leonardo Larios TV series
Atrévete a olvidarme 2001 Manuel Soto TV series
Así son ellas 2002 Diego Montejo TV series
Esclavo y amo 2003 Benjamín Solero Film
Fantasías 2003 Antonio Film
Amarte es mi pecado 2004 Leonardo Muñoz de Santiago TV series
Cero y van 4 2004 Jorge Villalobo Film
Contra viento y marea 2005 Ricardo Sandoval TV series
La última noche 2005 Cirujano Film
Barrera de amor 2005 Federico Gómez Valladolid TV series
Yo amo a Juan Querendón 2007 César Luis Farell Carballo TV series
Mejor es que Gabriela no se muera 2007 Film
Mujeres asesinas 2007 Carlos Ocampo TV series, 1 episode
Divina confusión 2008 Film
Juro que te amo  2008-09 Justino Fregoso TV series
El Pantera 2009 Comandante Orozco TV series, 2 episodes
Cabeza de buda 2009 Guest #1 Film
Gritos de muerte y libertad 2010 Corregidor Miguel Dominguez TV series
Slaughter Weekend 2010 Toby Film
Llena de amor 2010-11 Lorenzo Porta-López / Lorenzo TV series
From Prada to Nada  2011 Gabriel Dominguez Sr. Film
Abismo de pasión 2012 Edmundo Tovar TV series
Me Late Chocolate 2013 Ricardo Film
Gossip Girl: Acapulco  2013 Emiliano Zaga TV series, 15 episodes
Lo que la vida me robó 2013-14 Ezequiel Basurto TV series
La sombra del pasado 2014-15 Severiano Mendonza TV series [2]
Corazón que miente 2016 Padre Daniel Ferrer Bilbatúa TV series
Mujeres de negro 2016 Julio TV series
Santiago Apostol 2017 Brujo Hermogenes Film
Hijas de la luna 2018 Darío Iriarte TV series
Amar a muerte 2018-19 Léon Carvajal Telenovela
Quererlo todo 2020-21 Artemio Cabrera Telenovela [3]
Si nos dejan 2021 Sergio Carranza Telenovela [4]
Vencer la ausencia 2022 Braulio Dueñas Telenovela [5]
Pienso en ti 2023 Federico Pérez Telenovela [6]
La historia de Juana 2024 Rogelio Fuenmayor Telenovela [7]

Theater

References

  1. ^ "Alexis Ayala afronta nuevo reto - El Siglo de Durango". 25 July 2009. Retrieved 2010-04-14.
  2. ^ "Pablo Lyle y Michelle Renaud protagonizarán "La sombra del pasado"" (in Spanish). Rotativo. August 5, 2014. Archived from the original on August 8, 2014. Retrieved August 7, 2014.
  3. ^ Vilchez, Mariolga (30 April 2021). "Alexis Ayala supera la depresión gracias a su papel en "Quererlo Todo"". publimetro.com.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved 24 June 2023.
  4. ^ "Alexis Ayala se integra a Si nos dejan Interpretará al personaje protagónico de Sergio Carranza". Televisa.com (in Spanish). 12 February 2021. Retrieved 24 June 2023.
  5. ^ Origel, Juan José (31 March 2022). "Vida y milagros | Alexis Ayala se integra al elenco de Vencer la Ausencia". elsoldemexico.com.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved 25 June 2023.
  6. ^ H. Barrera, Karina (26 October 2022). "Este es el elenco de Pienso en ti, novela protagonizada por Alexis Ayala, Dulce María, David Zepeda y más". sdpnoticias.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 24 June 2023.
  7. ^ Mobarak, Santiago (10 May 2024). "La historia de Juana: Conoce a todo el elenco de la telenovela". lasestrellas.tv (in Spanish). Retrieved 5 June 2024.

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