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Armando Araiza

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Armando Araiza
Born
Armando Araiza Herrera

(1969-09-01) September 1, 1969 (age 54)
OccupationActor
Years active1983–present
SpouseElizabeth García (1997–2008)
Partner(s)Diana Osorio (2010)
Lorena Rojas (2010–2012)
Children2
Parent(s)Raúl Araiza
Norma Herrera
RelativesRaúl Araiza (brother)

Armando Araiza (born Armando Araiza Herrera on September 1, 1969) is a Mexican actor.

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Early life

Araiza was born September 1, 1969, in Mexico City, Mexico. He is a son of director Raúl Araiza and actress Norma Herrera. He has an older brother, who is also an actor, Raúl Araiza.

He first appeared in a telenovela when he was thirteen years old, in a show named El maleficio as Juanito, acting alongside his parents. In 1987, he participated in the historical telenovela about the Mexican revolution, Senda de gloria, where he played Gilberto. In the same year, he made two movies Ases del narcotráfico and Lamberto Quintero taking small roles and then participated in the telenovela Quinceañera as Chato.[citation needed]

In 1988, he acted in a film named Itara, el guardián de la muerte, and a year later he returned to the telenovela genre on one named Dulce desafío with Adela Noriega and Eduardo Yañez.[citation needed]

In 1990, he played in the telenovela Un rostro en mi pasado and in a films Más corazón que odio, Escoria otra parte de Tí, Viernes trágico and Odio en la sangre.[citation needed]

In 1991, he appeared in nine Mexican films Dentro de la noche, Orgía de sangre, La silla de ruedas, Hacer el amor con otro, Pandillas salvajes, Pandillas salvajes 2, Dos locos en aprietos, Yo soy la ley and Resucitaré para matarlos. In 1992, he appeared in two more films Superviviencia and Relaciones violentas.[citation needed]

In 1993, he was in Los Temerarios, Sueño y realidad, Contrabando de esmeraldas, Círculo de vicio, Johnny cien pesos and En espera de la muerte. In 1994, Araiza appeared in the Silla de ruedas 3, Juana la cubana, Amor que mata y Duelo final, the same year he participated in the historical drama El vuelo del águila and the films Tres minutos de oscuridad and Doble indemnización.[citation needed]

Filmography

Telenovelas, Series, Films
Year Title Role Notes
1983 El maleficio Juan "Juanito" de Martino Supporting Role
1987 Senda de gloria Gilberto Supporting Role
Ases del narcotráfico Film
Lamberto Quintero Gunman Film
1987-88 Quinceañera Chato Antagonist
1988 Papa Soltero Alan Episode: "Llegan Las Vacaciones"
Itara, el guardián de la muerte Film
1988-89 Dulce desafío Francisco "Paco" Fernández Supporting Role
1989-90 Un rostro en mi pasado Roberto Zertuche Estrada Co-Protagonist
1990 Más corazón que odio Film
Escoria, otra parte de tí Film
Viernes trágico Film
Odio en la sangre Film
Dentro de la noche Film
Pandillas salvajes Armando Vargas Film
1991 Orgía de sangre Film
El silla de ruedas Film
Hacer el amor con otro Film
Resucitarse sara matarlos Film
Pandillas salvajes 2 Armando Vargas Film
Dos locos en aprietos Film
Yo soy la ley Film
1992 Superviviencia Film
Relaciones violentas Film
1993 En espera de la muerte Film
Johnny cien pesos Johnny García Film
Círculo del vicio Film
Contrabando de esmeraldas Film
Sueño y Realidad Gabriel Film
1994 Duelo final Film
Silla de ruedas 3 Film
Juana la cubana Film
Amor que mata Film
1994-95 El vuelo del águila Bolero Special Appearance
1995 María José Mateo Supporting Role
Chavos banda Film
Una papa sin catsup Film
1996 Azul Enrique Valverde Protagonist
La Antorche Encendida Martín García de Carrasquero Special Appearance
Tres minutos en la oscuridad Film
Doble indemnización Thief Film
1998 Taxi asesino Film
Venganza siniestra Film
El último narco del cartel de Juárez Film
Maldito chilango Film
El séptimo asalto Film
Raza indomable Film
1999 Yuri, mi verdadera historia Film
Asesinato por traición Film
1999-00 Tres mujeres Santiago Uriarte Saraldi Co-Protagonist
2000 Me vale madre que no me quieras Film
V.I.H.: El muro del silencio Film
Semillas de odio Fabián Film
2001 El noveno mandamiento Leandro Villanueva (young) Protagonist (part 1)
2002-03 Así son ellas Narciso Villaseñor Co-Protagonist
2003 La noche de los Troyanos Film
2005 Contra viento y marea Imanol Balmaceda Sandoval Antagonist
2005-06 Barrera de amor Rodrigo Zamora Linares Antagonist
2008 Cueste lo que cueste Film
Desbocados Daniel Film
Mujeres Asesinas Jorge Reascon Episode: "Margarita, ponzoñosa"
2009 Tiempo final Episode: "Diamantes"
Mi pecado[1] Carmelo Roura Valdivia Main Antagonist
2010-11 Llena de amor[2] Brandon Moreno Cervantes Co-Protagonist
2011-12 Una familia con suerte Dr. Armando Special Appearance
2012 Abismo de pasión[3] Horacio Ramírez Antagonist
2017 Johnny 100 Pesos: Capítulo 2 Johnny García Protagonist
2021 Diseñando tu amor Enrique Aviles Antagonist

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Telenovela Result
1984 Premios TVyNovelas Best Child Performance El maleficio Won
1988 Best Male Revelation Quinceañera
1991 Best Young Lead Actor Un rostro en mi pasado Nominated

References

  1. ^ Romero Corral, Marisol (16 July 2009). "'Mi pecado' cambia de horario" (in Spanish). Televisa. Archived from the original on 17 February 2010. Retrieved 17 May 2010.
  2. ^ "Primer Promo Llena de amor" (in Spanish). www.tvyespectaculos.com. April 7, 2010. Archived from the original on April 13, 2010. Retrieved 2010-05-03.
  3. ^ "Desde mi Escritorio – Maestro Gudinni: Abismo de pasión". Archived from the original on 2013-07-07. Retrieved 2014-11-02.

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