Angelique Boyer

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Angelique Boyer
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Born
Angélique Monique-Paulette Boyer

(1988-07-04) July 4, 1988 (age 32)
OccupationActress
Years active2004–present
Partner(s)Sebastián Rulli

Angelique Monique-Paulette Boyer Rousseau[1][2][3] (born July 4, 1988),[4] simply known as Angelique Boyer, is a Mexican actress of French origin.[5][6]

Early life[edit]

Boyer was born in Saint-Claude, Jura, France.[1] Boyer and her family moved to Mexico when she was two years old.

At a very young age, she became a member of the musical group "Rabanitos Verdes" (Little Green Radishes). At the age of eight she enrolled in the Centro de Educación Artística, where she later graduated at the age of 12.[citation needed]

While filming Rebelde, she and two other co-stars – the actors who portray the characters of Celina (Estefanía Villareal) and José Luján (Zoraida Gómez) - formed the band Citricus or C3Q'S. After Rebelde, Boyer auditioned for Bailando por la Boda de mis Sueños (Dancing for my Dream Wedding).

Transition to mature roles[edit]

In 2009, she was cast in the high crime drama television series Mujeres Asesinas 2.[7] These controversial roles marked a significant change in Boyer's acting career, for this was the first time fans had seen the actress in more mature roles.

Not long after she was the protagonist-antagonist in Teresa, she participated in a theatre role, Ausencia de Dios (God's Absence) she went from "la hembra mala" (femme fatale) to a "monja" (a nun in catholic religion), where she worked with Raquel Olmedo once again, and Jacqueline Andere.

In 2012, Boyer starred in the telenovela Abismo de pasión with David Zepeda.[8]

On June 26, 2013, it was confirmed that Boyer (along with Sebastián Rulli and Luis Roberto Guzmán) would star in Angelli Nesma's Lo que la vida me robó, a remake of Ernesto Alonso's Bodas de odio produced in 1983.[9] In late 2015, she was cast in Angelli Nesma Medina's telenovela Tres veces Ana.

Career[edit]

2004 to 2009[edit]

She first appeared on television in the soap opera produced by Nicandro Díaz and Roberto Hernández Vázquez, Corazones al limite, where she debuted playing the character "Anette", the best friend of the protagonist played by Sara Maldonado, before she moved to another city.

That same year, she participated in the soap opera Rebelde, a version of the Argentine soap opera Rebelde Way, and was produced by Pedro Damián. She was "Vico", a very liberal girl who had some boyfriends during the plot.

In 2007, she returned to television with the novel by Emilio Larrosa, Muchachitas como tú, based on Muchachitas, where she shared credits with Ariadne Díaz. In the plot she was "Margarita", engaged to the villain who also had the role of antagonist, until he was redeemed.

In 2008, she joined the soap opera Alma de Hierro, playing Sandra "Sandy" Hierro Jiménez, a girl who hid from her parents that she had the dream of being dancer, while they wanted the girl to study medicine.

In 2009, she participated in the second season of the television series Mujeres Asesinas, in the episode "Soledad Cautiva", playing Soledad Oropeza "Cindy" a girl who ends up getting involved with a man she met on the road, but what she didn't expect is that he would take her into the life of prostitution.

Later, in the same year, she participated in the novel produced by Salvador Mejía and created by Caridad Bravo Adams, Corazón salvaje. She was "Jimena", a gypsy who hid her condition from the noble "Gabriel", character of Sebastián Zurita.

2010-Teresa[edit]

In 2010, She got her first role as a protagonist in the novel produced by José Alberto Castro, Teresa. A remake of the novel that, in 1959, was played by Maricruz Olivier and then by Salma Hayek. Boyer played "Teresa Chávez Aguirre", an ambitious woman and acted alongside Aarón Díaz and Sebastián Rulli.

2012-Abismo de Pasión[edit]

In 2012, she starred in the soap opera produced by Angelli Nesma Medina, Abismo de Pasión, adapted from the 1996 soap opera Cañaveral de pasiones and shared credits with David Zepeda. She was "Elisa", a romantic and dreamy young woman who suffered from her father's bitterness and her aunt's hatred.

2013-Lo que lá vida me robó[edit]

In 2013, she was chosen by Angelli Nesma Medina to star in the novel Lo que la vida me robó and adaptation of the novels Amor Real and Bodas de odio, where she shared credits with Sebastián Rulli and Luis Roberto Guzmán. She was "Montserrat", a socialite who was dominated by her mother "Graziela", a character in Daniela Castro.

2016-Tres veces Ana[edit]

In 2016, she was again selected by the producer Angelli Nesma Medina, now to star in Tres veces Ana, adaptation of Lazos de amor, starring Lucero [es] in 1995, where she shares credits with Sebastián Rulli, David Zepeda and Pedro Moreno. In the plot she played the triplets "Ana Lucía", "Ana Laura" and "Ana Letícia".

2018-Amar a muerte[edit]

In 2018, Amar a muerte was launched. In it, Angelique works alongside Michel Brown and Alexis Ayala and plays "Lucía", a character who has his side dark and squanders sensuality.

2020-Imperio de Mentiras[edit]

In 2020, the producer Giselle González calls upon Angelique to star in the soap opera Imperio de mentiras, a remake of the Turkish soap opera Kara Para Aşk. In that novel she shared credits with Andrés Palacios, Leticia Calderón, Susana González and Alejandro Camacho. Her character is "Elisa Cantú", a woman who will join the policeman "Leonardo" to discover the real reason for her father's death.

Musical career[edit]

Green Rabanitos[edit]

In 2001, when she was still a teenager, she belonged to the Rabanitos Verdes group, along with 5 other boys. The band never took off or generated enough interest among teenagers.

C3Q'S[edit]

In 2005, she was part of C3Q'S, a pop group within the soap opera Rebelde with Zoraida Gómez and Estefanía Villarreal, even less famous, but certainly more surreal.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 J-ok'el Chica Francesa

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001 María Belén Herself Special participation
2004 Corazones al límite Anette Elizalde Special participation
2004–2005 Rebelde Victoria "Vico" Paz Millán Recurring Role
2007 Objetos perdidos Miss Fitzgerald "Objeto 2" (Season 1, Episode 2)
Muchachitas como tú Margarita Villaseñor Recurring role
2009 Mujeres asesinas Soledad Oropeza "Soledad, cautiva" (Season 2, Episode 8)
2008–2009 Alma de hierro Sandra "Sandy" Hierro Jiménez Recurring role
2009–2010 Corazón salvaje Ángela Villareal/ Jimena Villareal/ Estrella Villareal
2010–2011 Teresa Teresa Chávez Aguirre de De la Barrera Lead role
2012 Abismo de pasión Elisa Castañón Bouvier
2013–2014 Lo que la vida me robó Montserrat Mendonza Giacinti
2016–2017 Tres veces Ana Ana Lucía Hernández/ Ana Laura/ Ana Leticia Álvarez del Castillo
2018–2019 Amar a muerte[10] Lucía Borges Duarte de Carvajal
2020–2021 Imperio de mentiras Elisa Cantú Robles
2021 Vencer el pasado Renata Sánchez Vidal

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2010 Premios TVyNovelas Best Young Lead Actress Corazón salvaje Nominated
Premios People en Español Best Young Actress Nominated[11]
2011 Premios TVyNovelas Best Actress Teresa Won
Premios People en Español Best Couples with Aarón Díaz) Nominated[12]
Best Couples (with Sebastián Rulli) Nominated[13]
Best Actress Nominated
Kids Choice Awards México Favorite Female Character in a Series Nominated[14]
Despicable Nominated
Premios Bravo Best Actress Won[15]
Premios Juventud Best couples (with Aarón Díaz and Sebastián Rulli) Won
Girl of My Dreams Nominated
2012 Premios ACE Best Lead Actress Won[16]
Premios People en Español Best Couples (with David Zepeda) Abismo de pasión Nominated
Best actress Nominated
Kids Choice Awards México Favorite Actress Nominated[17]
Premios Juventud Girl of My Dreams Nominated[18]
2013 Premios TVyNovelas Best Lead Actress Nominated
2014 Premios Juventud Girl of My Dreams Lo que la vida me robó Won[19][20]
2015 Premios TVyNovelas Best Actress Nominated[21]
Favoritos del público[22][23] The Prettiest Nominated
Favorite Kiss (with Sebastián Rulli) Nominated
Favorite Couple (with Sebastián Rulli) Nominated
Favorite Slap (with Daniela Castro) Nominated
2017 Premios TVyNovelas Best Actress Tres veces Ana Won[24]
2019 Amar a Muerte Won

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Perea, Arturo (18 October 2020). "Angelique Boyer revela que se retira (temporalmente) de la televisión". Quien (in Spanish). Retrieved 14 January 2020.
  3. ^ "Instagram: Angelique Boyer renueva su look y revela estas imágenes". America TV (in Spanish). 18 May 2019. Retrieved 14 January 2021.
  4. ^ "1988: Nace Angelique Boyer, famosa actriz de telenovelas mexicanas". El Siglo de Torreón. Mexico City. 4 July 2016. Retrieved 14 January 2021.
  5. ^ "Es 'Teresa' temible". Retrieved August 23, 2011.
  6. ^ "Los Premios Tv y Novelas reúnen a famosos". Retrieved August 23, 2011.
  7. ^ "Angelique Boyer será mujer asesina", El Universal, 27 April 2009 (in Spanish)
  8. ^ "'Abismo de Pasión' arranca grabaciones en Mérida". Terra. Archived from the original on April 26, 2012. Retrieved April 25, 2015.
  9. ^ "Angelique Boyer y Sebastián Rulli son los protagonistas de "Bodas de Odio"". Univision. Archived from the original on July 16, 2015. Retrieved April 25, 2015.
  10. ^ Contreras, Valeria. "Angelique Boyer ya tiene nuevo proyecto". lasestrellas.tv (in Spanish). Retrieved 19 May 2018.
  11. ^ People en Español. "Ganadores Premios People en Español 2010, categoría Novelas". www.peopleenespanol.com.
  12. ^ "Telenovelas". PeopleenEspanol.com. Retrieved 25 April 2015.
  13. ^ People en Español. "Ganadores Premios People en Español 2011, categoría Novelas". www.peopleenespanol.com.
  14. ^ Milenio. "Nickelodeon dio a conocer los nominados para la edición mexicana de los 'Kids Choice Awards'". www.milenio.com. Archived from the original on 2013-04-11.
  15. ^ Televisa (October 13, 2011). "Triunfan 'Teresa' y 'Para volver a amar' en Premios Bravo". Archived from the original on July 8, 2012. Retrieved November 8, 2012.
  16. ^ "Angelique Boyer la mejor actriz de Telenovela de los Premios Ace 2012". Lasnoticiasmexico. Archived from the original on November 17, 2012. Retrieved November 8, 2012.
  17. ^ Terra (July 7, 2010). ""Grachi" la principal nominada de los Kids' Choice Awards México". entretenimiento.terra.com.
  18. ^ Star Media Latinoamérica. "Angelique Boyer, la favorita para "la chica que me quita el sueño", Premios Juventud 2012". entretenimiento.starmedia.com.
  19. ^ "Lista completa de nominados Premios Juventud 2014" (in Spanish). May 7, 2014. Retrieved May 19, 2014.
  20. ^ "Las actrices más sexys que quitan el sueño" (in Spanish). Retrieved May 19, 2014.
  21. ^ "Premios TVyNovelas 2015 Ganadores: Mejor Actriz Protagónica, Adriana Louvier, 'Yo No Creo En Los Hombres'" (in Spanish). NovelaLounge. Archived from the original on June 26, 2015. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  22. ^ "Premios TVyNovelas 2015: Nominados A Favoritos Del Público" (in Spanish). NovelaLounge. Archived from the original on April 2, 2015. Retrieved March 7, 2015.
  23. ^ "Premios TVyNovelas 2015 Ganadores Favoritos Del Público: Zuria Vega, Gabriel Soto y Más Entre Los Favoritos" (in Spanish). NovelaLounge. Archived from the original on April 2, 2015. Retrieved March 7, 2015.
  24. ^ "Ellos son los ganadores de Premios TVyNovelas 2017". TVyNovelas (in Spanish). Retrieved 26 February 2019.

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