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Roberto Blandón

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Roberto Blandón
Born
Roberto Blandón Jolly

(1961-03-08) March 8, 1961 (age 60)
Spouse(s)Rebeca Mankita (m. 2011)

Roberto Blandon (born Roberto Blandon Jolly; March 8, 1961 in Mexico City) is a television actor in Mexico who starred in soap operas in that country in 1989, including the role of Henry in the soap opera "Mi segunda madre" producer Juan Osorio. He was among the first actors to join the broadcaster TV Azteca, then returned to Televisa. It has also been featured in theater performances and recently found in the soap opera recordings Camaleones.

Biography

He studied drama and theater in high school performance of Andres Soler in the mid 1980s. He debuted in 1989 under the cast of the telenovela Mi segunda madre playing Henry. In 1990, participating in telenovelas Cuando llega el amor and Amor de nadie of both the producer Carla Estrada, which allowed his name to be increasingly popular within the media.

In 1994 made participation in Mujer, casos de la vida real and a year later in 1995 participated in Maria La Del Barrio and José María Cano one of the antagonists of the story, the same year he participated in the telenovela Bajo un mismo rostro playing Alejandro again one of the antagonistic character at the end of the latter includes the production of Para toda la vida.

In 1996, makes a special appearance on the soap opera Canción de amor, a year later made Mi querida Isabel the villain in Oscar history, this will be his last soap opera on Televisa in the old millennium and a year later in 1998, integrates the ranks of TV Azteca in the telenovela La Chacala where he played David, one of the main characters.

In 1999 Robert made the telenovela El candidato who staged Humberto Zurita and Lorena Rojas playing Adrian Cuevas, in 2000 reunites with actress Lucía Méndez telenovela in Golpe bajo and German Santos one of the antagonists of the story. In 2001, again works with Lorena Rojas in Como en el cineas in love with the protagonist in July, this would be his last participation in TV Azteca.

In 2003, resumes his career in Televisa with an antagonistic role on the telenovela Mariana de la noche and Ivan Lugo, later featured in Mujer de madera. In 2006 he took part in the teen telenovela Código Postal as one of the main characters. In 2007, a teen telenovela done again Muchachitas como tu playing Guillermo father of one of the girls played by Gloria Sierra. The same year he made a soap telenovela / comedy Al diablo con los guapos with a temporary character in history as the father of villanita Florence, played by Ariadne Diaz.

In 2008 recorded the pilot episode of the series Mujeres Asesinas in chapter Jessica, toxica with Alejandra Barros and Odysseus Bichir that year Oscar Cardenas plays the villain in the telenovela Un gancho al corazon. In 2009 he worked in the production of Juan Osorio, Mi pecado.

Career

Filmography

Films

Year Title Role Notes
2010 El atentado Octaviano Liceaga

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1988 Amor en silencio Unknown role
1989 Mi segunda madre Marcelo
1990 Cuando llega el amor Enrique
1990 Amor de nadie Carlos
1994–2007 Mujer, casos de la vida real Unknown role
  • "Hay justicia?" (Season 11, Episode 13)
  • "Si pudiera amarte" (Season 12, Episode 28)
  • "Una canción de amor" (Season 12, Episode 33)
  • "La última advertencia" (Season 13, Episode 2)
  • "Cosas de hombres: De hombre a hombre" (Season 24, Episode 1)
1995 María la del Barrio José María Cano "Papacito" Antagonist
1995 Bajo un mismo rostro Alejandro
1996 Para toda la vida Lorenzo
1996 Mi querida Isabel Óscar
1996 La antorcha encendida Félix Flores Alatorre
1996 Canción de amor Javier
1997 La chacala David
1999 El candidato Adrián Cuevas
2000 Golpe bajo Germán Santos
2001 Como en el cine Don Julio
2003–2004 Mariana de la noche Iván Lugo Navarro
2004 Mujer de madera Marco Antonio Yáñez
2005 La pareja más pareja Himself Television film
2006 Código postal Raúl González De La Vega
2007 Vecinos Ejecutivo "¿Dónde está Rambo?" (Season 2, Episode 5)
2007 Muchachitas como tú Guillermo Sánchez-Zúñiga
2007–2008 Al diablo con los guapos Domingo Echavarría
2008 Mujeres asesinas Luis Castillo "Jéssica, tóxica" (Season 1, Episode 4)
2008–2009 Un gancho al corazón Óscar Cárdenas
2009 Adictos Unknown role "Ahorro" (Season 1, Episode 10)
2009 Mi pecado Paulino Córdoba
2009 Camaleones Javier Saavedra
2010 Hasta que el dinero nos separe Vendedor "Capítulo final" (Season 1, Episode 231)
2010 Llena de amor Ricardo "Deseo material" (Season 1, Episode 15)
2010 Locas de amor Laurencio
2011 El Equipo Sigfrido Martínez "El Jefe Sigma"
2012 Un refugio para el amor Maximino Torreslanda Supporting Role
2013 Noches Con Platanito Himself "Roberto Blandon/Rebeca Mankita/Recoditos" (Season 2, Episode 2)
2013 La Tempestad Unknown role "Un nuevo comienzo" (Season 1, Episode 1)
2013–2014 Qué pobres tan ricos Adolfo "Un nuevo comienzo" (Season 1, Episode 1)
2014 El color de la pasión Alfredo Suárez Supporting Role
2014–2015 Como dice el dicho Rulex / Ariel
  • "La conciencia vale más..." (Season 4, Episode 28)
  • "Un padre supone más..." (Season 5, Episode 19)
2015–2016 Antes muerta que Lichita Rafael Special Participation
2016 Simplemente María Enrique Montesinos Special Participation
2017 Mi adorable maldición Severo Trujillo Main Antagonist
2019 Doña Flor y sus dos maridos Oscar Hidalgo/Celeste Supporting Role
2020 Quererlo todo Tirso Quintero Supporting Role
2021 Vencer el pasado Heriberto

Theatre

  • 12 hombres en pugna
  • La indigación
  • Los 7 ahorcados
  • Canto verde
  • José el soñador
  • Don Quijote de la Mancha
  • El diluvio que viene
  • Galileo Galilei
  • La bella y la bestia[1]
  • Los miserables

References

  1. ^ Epoca: Semanario de México - Issues 309-321 - Page 67 1997 "Sobresalen en sus actuaciones Roberto Blandón como La Bestia y Lolita Cortés como La Bella."

External links

This page was last edited on 27 April 2021, at 03:26
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