Fabiola Campomanes

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Fabiola Campomanes
Born Fabiola Campomanes Rojas
(1972-07-30) July 30, 1972 (age 45)
Mexico City, D.F., Mexico
Occupation Actress, businesswoman
Years active 1991-present

Fabiola Campomanes (born Fabiola Campomanes Rojas on July 30, 1972, in Mexico City, D.F., Mexico) is a Mexican actress.

Biography[edit]

Campomanes enrolled at the Centro de Educación Artística (CEA) run by Televisa. In addition, she studied film and television direction at UCLA. Campomanes began her career in Los parientes pobres (1993) acting next to Lucero and Ernesto Laguardia. After that, she began acting in the telenovelas Imperio de Cristal (1995), María José (1995) and in Los hijos de nadie (1997).

In 1998, Campomanes earned her first starring role in the telenovela Azul tequila. She continued in La calle de las novias (2000), and Ladrón de corazones (2003), as co-protagonist.

In 2005, Campomanes received the proposal to pose naked for Playboy magazine, which she accepted. She then posed for the magazine H Extremo. The following year she returned in the telenovela Duelo de Pasiones interpreting the villain Thelma, and in 2008 playing another villain, Alice, in Las tontas no van al cielo, acting alongside Jacqueline Bracamontes, and Jaime Camil. In 2009, Campomanes received the proposal to star in the telenovela Niños Ricos, Pobres Padres for the network Telemundo. In 2010, she returned to Televisa, in the telenovela Teresa, portraying the innocent Esperanza, and shared credits with Angelique Boyer and Sebastián Rulli.

After production on Teresa ended, Campomanes interpreted the twins of the telenovela Amorcito corazón.[1] In 2014 she played Jennifer, her second co-starring role, in Mi corazón es tuyo, sharing credits with Silvia Navarro, with whom she had previously performed in La calle de las novias. also made his last novel in Televisa

In 2016, she switched to the TV Azteca broadcaster, which saw her grow up as an actress.

Filmography[edit]

Telenovelas, Films, TV presenter
Year Title Role Notes
1991-1992 Vida Robada Supporting Role
1993 Los parientes pobres Elda Supporting Role
1994 Prisionera de amor Lucila Supporting Role
1994-1995 Imperio de Cristal Juanita Supporting Role
1995 María José Linda Special Appearance
1995-1997 Mujer, casos de la vida real TV Series
1995-1996 Retrato de familia Malena Supporting Role
1996 Cococobana Film
1997 Los hijos de nadie Lourdes Supporting Role
1998-1999 Azul tequila Lorenza de Icaza Protagonist
2000 La calle de las novias María Sánchez Co-Protagonist
2001 Lo que callamos las mujeres Ángeles TV Series
2002 Agua y aceite Elena Special Appearance
El país de las mujeres Renata Supporting Role
Francisca Adela Film
...De qué lado estas? Film
2003 Ladrón de corazones Inés Santoscoy Protagonist
2004 Motel Leonor de la rosa Film
Big Brother VIP 3 Herself Reality Show-Finished 4th Place
Historias y testigos: ¡Ni una muerta más! Valentina TV Film
2005-2008 Incógnito Herself/Presenter TV Show
2006 Duelo de pasiones Thelma Castelo Main Antagonist
Ambiciona Paola Film
2006-2008 Wax, TV ácida Herself/Presenter TV Show
2008 Las tontas no van al cielo Alicia Morales Alcalde de Molina Antagonist
Lokas Film
Enemigos íntimos Film
2009 Tiempo final Tatiana TV Series
2009-2010 Niños Ricos, Pobres Padres Lucía Ríos Vda de Paz Protagonist
Hasta Que el Dinero Nos Separe Lola Sansones Protagonist
2010-2011 Teresa Esperanza Medina Domiguez de Ledesma Co-protagonist
2011-2012 Correo de inocentes Australia Special Appearance
Amorcito Corazon Manuela Ballesteros Tres Palacios/Sofía Ballesteros Tres Palacios de Lobo Antagonist
2014 Dos Lunas Karina Rangel TV Series
2014-2015 Mi corazón es tuyo Jennifer Rodríguez Protagonist
2017 Guerra de ídolos Itzel Paz Recurring Role

Awards and nominations[edit]

Premios TVyNovelas[edit]

Year Category Telenovela Result
2007 Best Female Antagonist Duelo de pasiones Nominated

MTV Movie Awards Mexico[edit]

Year Category Film Result
2003 Favorite Actress De Qué Lado Estás Nominated

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