Rafael Rojas

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Rafael Rojas (born Rafael Humberto Rojas Morales on April 16, 1961 in San José, Costa Rica) is a former male fashion model an actor of telenovelas and the cinema of Mexico.

Biography[edit]

Rafael started his acting career in a play at the age of 7. When he was 19 he married and had a daughter Isla, who still lives in Costa Rica. At the age of 22 he moved to Mexico and obtained small role in a college film and in the telenovela La pobre señorita Limantour. A year later he participated i the film La segua. His big break came three years later as the love interest of the character played by singer Thalía in Quinceañera.

As of 2003 he has worked in 20 telenovelas, including Teresa with Salma Hayek and Amor real, the TVyNovelas Award "Best Telenovela of the Year" in 2003. He almost did not get the part of Amadeo Corona in Amor real because he was touring the country with one of his plays. After showing interest in the telenovela the role was re-written so that he could still play the part.

In 2004 he participated in the biographic film of telenovela producer Juan Osorio. A year later he also recorded an album of pre-Hispanic music and started filming a new telenovela titled Flor de campo.

In Mexico he married María Magdadlena with whom he has had two daughters: Neshkala and Mar

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Telenovelas[edit]

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