José María Torre

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José María Torre
Born José María Torre Hutt
(1977-11-04) November 4, 1977 (age 39)
Mexico City, Mexico
Other names Chema
Occupation Actor and fashion designer

José María Torre (born José María Torre Hutt on November 4, 1977 in Mexico City) is a Mexican actor and fashion designer who started his career at the age of five doing television commercials. He is the brother of actresses Fátima and Andrea Torre. He is known by the nickname "Chema".

Biography[edit]

Born in Mexico City into a large family, that encompasses four brothers and six sisters, two of them actresses: Andrea and Fátima. Torre started his acting career at the age of five years doing commercials,[1] at the age of 12 he obtained a small role in the telenovela Yo compro esa mujer on Televisa, playing the role of Alejandro (Eduardo Yáñez) as a child. Later that year he also participated in Amor de nadie, a story starred by Lucía Méndez. Three years later he played the role of Lucero's brother in Los parientes pobres. In 1994 he obtained a role in the telenovela Agujetas de color de rosa, starring Angélica María. He sang two songs for the soundtrack of the telenovela: Siempre estarás en mí (in duet with Irán Castillo and Cruce de sonrisas. Since then he has made more than ten telenovelas with Televisa.

He is Catholic.[2]

In addition to his acting career he has pursued an additional in fashion design. He released his line of clothes on October 27, 2005.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Reevolución Miguel Short film
2009 Daniel & Ana Rafa
2010 Seres: Génesis Bernardo
2010 El efecto tequila Diego
2012 Después de Lucía Joaquín
2013 Sobre ella Christian
2014 El Crimen del Cácaro Gumaro Cristo
2014 Más negro que la noche Pedro
2016 Sundown Christian Post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1989-1990 Hora marcada Child Horacio / Horacio Episodes: "A veces regresan" and "Los acechantes"
1990 Un rostro en mi pasado Child Roberto Estrada
1990 Yo compro esa mujer Alejandro
1990 Amor de nadie Richi
1993 Los parientes pobres Luisito Santos
1994 Agujetas de color de rosa Daniel Armendáres
1996 Luz Clarita Israel
1996 Marisol Daniel "Danny" Linares 20 episodes
1996 Bendita mentira Benny
1997 Mi pequeña traviesa Toño
1997-2003 Mujer, casos de la vida real Various roles
  • "Un amor tardio" (Season 13, Episodes 49)
  • "Desamparo de la tercera edad" (Season 13, Episodes 52)
  • "Tristeza mortal" (Season 17, Episodes 15)
  • "Vida nueva" (Season 20, Episodes 48)
1998 Vivo por Elena Julio
1999-2000 Mujeres engañadas Ricardo
2000 Carita de ángel Leonel
2000 Primer amor, a mil por hora Bruno Baldomero Cano
2001 Primer amor, tres años después Bruno Baldomero Cano Television film
2001 La intrusa Aldo Junquera Brito
2001 Salomé José Armando
2005 Apuesta por un amor Luis Pedraza
2006 Duelo de pasiones Ángel Valtierra
2012 XY. La revista Tony Hernández
  • "Los hijos del miedo" (Season 3, Episodes 1)
  • "Fidelidad ¿Contra quién?" (Season 3, Episodes 3)
  • "¿Cazado o cazador?" (Season 3, Episodes 4)
2012-2013 Corona de lágrimas Edmundo Chavero Lead role
2013 Gossip Girl: Acapulco Federico Zaga
  • "Bajo la tierra" (Season 1, Episodes 21)
  • "El fantasma de Max" (Season 1, Episodes 22)
  • "La sustituta" (Season 1, Episodes 23)
2015 Dueños del paraíso Adán Romero Lead role
2016 Señora Acero Larry Pérez "El Cheneque" Season 3
2017 Guerra de ídolos Isaac Solar

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.tvnotas.com.mx/2011/11/04/C-21035-jose-maria-torre-festeja-su-cumpleanos-34.php
  2. ^ José María Torre cree en el amor para toda la vida Archived 2006-09-03 at the Wayback Machine. ("José María Torre believes in love for the rest of your life"), article on esmas.com
  3. ^ José María Torre presenta línea de ropa Archived 2007-02-24 at the Wayback Machine. ("José María presents his line of clothes"), article on esmas.com

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