Guillermo Capetillo

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Guillermo Capetillo
Born Guillermo Eduardo Capetillo de Flores
(1958-04-30) 30 April 1958 (age 58)
Mexico City, Mexico
Occupation Actor, Voice Actor, singer, matador, bullfighter
Years active 1978–present
Spouse(s) Tania Amezcua Riquenes (m. 2006-2009)

Guillermo Capetillo (born 30 April 1958 in Mexico City) is a Mexican actor, voice actor, singer and matador and bullfighter.


He is a member of the Capetillo family. His father (Manuel Capetillo, Sr.) (1926-2009) and his brother, actor Manuel Capetillo, Jr. are also matadors, his half-brother Eduardo Capetillo is a singer and actor. He was married to TV presenter Tania Amezcua Riquenes from 2006 to 2009.

Guillermo acquired notoriety on the worldwide famous telenovela Los Ricos También Lloran (1979), where he played the role of Verónica Castro's son. He also acted with Castro in Rosa Salvaje (in which he played Castro's lover Ricardo and brother in law Rogelio) and Pueblo chico, infierno grande.


Year Title Character Note
2015 Lo imperdonable Padre Juan Supporting Role
2012-2013 Amores verdaderos Nelson Brizz Antagonist
2010-2011 Cuando Me Enamoro Antonio Iriondo Supporting Role
2010 Soy tu dueña Rogelio Villalba Special Appearance
2008-2009 Mañana es para siempre Aníbal Elizalde Rivera Antagonist
2005 Pablo y Andrea Juan Carlos Saavedra Adult Protagonist
2004-2005 Mision S.O.S Salvador Martínez Adult Protagonist
1999-2000 Tres mujeres Manuel Toscano Supporting Role
1998 Una Luz en el Camino Rodrigo Gonzalez de Alba Adult Protagonist
1997 Pueblo Chico, Infierno Grande Hermilo Jaimez Co-Protagonist
1991-1992 Atrapada Ángel Montero Main Antagonist
1987-1988 Rosa Salvaje Ricardo / Rogelio Linares Protagonist
1986 Los cuervos Andrés Albán Supporting Role
1983-1984 La Fiera Víctor Alfonso Martínez Bustamante Protagonist
1980-1981 Colorina José Miguel Redes Supporting Role
1979-1980 Los Ricos También Lloran Alberto "Beto" López (Salvatierra) Co-protagonist




  • Una vez más el amor (1987)
  • Mujer (1982)

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