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Emma Rabbe
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Emma Irmgard Marina Rabbe Ramírez

(1969-04-18) 18 April 1969 (age 52)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Known forMiss Venezuela 1988
(Miss World Venezuela)
Miss World 1988
(3rd runner-up)
(Miss World Americas)
Height1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Spouse(s)Daniel Alvarado (1998–2015)

Emma Irmgard Marina Rabbe Ramírez (born 18 April 1969) is a Canadian-Venezuelan television actress.

Miss World

Rabbe competed in Miss Venezuela 1988, as the representative of Distrito Federal, obtaining the title of "Miss World Venezuela". She represented her country in the Miss World 1988 pageant, where she was 3rd runner-up.[1]

Life after Miss World

Rabbe had been married to Venezuelan actor Daniel Alvarado since 1998 until 2015. The couple has three sons, Daniel Alejandro (born 1999), Diego Jose (born 2001) and Calvin Daniel (born 3 May 2007).[2]



Year Title Role Notes
2007 13 segundos Isaura Debut film


Year Title Role Notes
1989 Maribel Debut Debut
1990 Adorable Mónica Mónica Suárez Lead role
1991–1992 Bellísima Gabriela Gruber Lead role
1994–1995 Peligrosa Clementina Lead role
1995 Pecado de amor Indira
1998 Reina de corazones Marlene Páez / Sara Lead role
2000 Hechizo de amor Ligia Valderrama Lead role
2004 ¡Qué buena se puso Lola! Aegella León
2005 Amor a palos Virginia Revueltas Co-lead role
2002 Mi gorda bella Tza Tza Lanz (Sása) Co-lead role
2008 La trepadora Fernanda Del Casal de Alcoy
2009 Tomasa Tequiero Emilia
2011 La viuda joven Penélope Arrechero
2012 Nacer contigo Alina Cordero


External links

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Miss World Americas
Succeeded by
Canada Leanne Caputo
Preceded by
Miss World Venezuela
Succeeded by

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