Alexis Ayala

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Alexis Ayala
Born David Alexis Ayala Padró
(1965-08-09) August 9, 1965 (age 49)
San Francisco, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Spouse(s) Karla Álvarez (?-?) (divorced)

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



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. 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 perform a strip-tease. The show was an enormous success 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.




fuego en la sangre - 2008 as fernando


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