Boris Izaguirre

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Boris Izaguirre
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Boris Izaguirre with his novel Tiempo de tormentas (2018)
Born (1965-09-29) September 29, 1965 (age 52)
Caracas, Venezuela
Residence Spain

Boris Rodolfo Izaguirre Lobo (born September 29, 1965 in Caracas) is a Venezuelan-Spanish screenwriter, journalist, writer, TV host and showman.

Izaguirre wrote the scripts of some of the Venezuelan telenovelas: Rubí and La dama de Rosa. After their success in Spain, he went to live in Santiago de Compostela.

In Spain, Izaguirre started to write scripts and participate in TV shows. He is considered one of the most important showmen, especially after his participation in the late night television show Crónicas Marcianas.

Izaguirre has written articles in several publications: Zero, El País Semanal, Fotogramas and Marie Claire. He was one of the presenters of the TV show Channel nº4 with Ana García-Siñeriz between 2005 and 2008, when the program was removed. He also has been host of Miss Venezuela pageant in 2009, 2010, 2012, and 2013.

In February 2006, Izaguirre married his longtime boyfriend Rubén Nogueira.[1]

He was finalist of the Premio Planeta in 2007 with his novel Villa Diamante.

Since 2015 Izaguirre is in the panel of TV show Suelta la Sopa of Telemundo (Miami, Florida) with descriptive segments that reveal the best kept secrets of favorite soap opera stars narrated in a docudrama style.


  • El vuelo de los avestruces (1991) novel
  • Azul petróleo (1998) novel
  • Morir de glamour (2000) essay
  • Verdades alteradas (2001) essay
  • 1965 (2002) novel
  • Fetiche (2003) essay
  • Villa Diamante (2007) novel
  • Y de repente fue ayer (2009) novel
  • Dos monstruos juntos (2011) novel
  • Un jardín al norte (2014) novel
  • Tiempo de tormenta (2018) novel


  1. ^ Echaide, María (April 10, 2006). "Boris Izaguirre: «Acepté mi matrimonio sin fidelidad»". 20 Minutos (in Spanish). Retrieved April 8, 2018. 

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