Mark Tacher

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Mark Tacher
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Born
Mark Tacher Feingold

(1977-09-15) September 15, 1977 (age 42)
OccupationActor
Years active1996–present
RelativesAlan Tacher (brother)
Websitehttp://www.marktacher.com/

Mark Tacher Feingold (born September 15, 1977) is a Mexican actor, musician, vocalist, guitarist, and a television host.[1] He began as a television host in 1996, and has starred in a reality show, TV series, and telenovelas including La Hija del Mariachi,Verano de amor, Alma de Hierro, Para Volver a Amar, Mujeres Asesinas, Triunfo del Amor, La Voz... México, Abismo de pasión, Qué pobres tan ricos, and Que te perdone Dios.[2]

Biography[edit]

Mark Tacher was born in Mexico City, Mexico, D.F. Mark holds a degree in acting, has a background in music and singing, speaks three languages (Spanish, English and Hebrew), and has also modeled several brands of clothing and footwear.[3]

He holds a degree in performance studies, obtained at Azteca CEFAT (El Centro de Formación de Actores para la Televisión) in Mexico (1997-1999).[4][5] He studied music, guitar, singing, and DJ at Academia G. Martell in Mexico.[6] From 2005-2006, Mark studied acting at Tecnicas de Perfeccionamiento Actoral, La Verdad sin Esfuerzo with the help from Prof. Nelson Ortega in Venezuela.[7]

Mark made his television appearance as the host in Nintendomania (1996-1998),[8] then later appeared in Vision Real (1998), Atrévete (1999)[9] and Ciclón Azteca (2003).[10] He's also acted in theatrical plays, television series, Mexican telenovelas, and has hosted several television programs.[11]

As well as acting in Mexican telenovelas, Mark also starred in telenovelas in Venezuela and Colombia. He received two awards, including best actor, in Venezuela for his role in Mujer con pantalones (2005). Mark is still known for his excellent acting in the Colombian telenovela La Hija del Mariachi (2006), a telenovela that was a great success in Colombia and which was also acclaimed internationally.[12]

Filmography[edit]

Television roles
Year Title Roles Notes
1996 Nintendomanía Marco Television host[13]
1998 Tres veces Sofía[14] Juan Carlos Cifuentes
1999 Háblame de amor[14] Leo
2000 Tío Alberto[14] Eduardo Series regular; 129 episodes
2001–2002 Lo que es el amor Tadeo Márquez Series regular; 68 episodes
2002 Súbete a mi moto José Series regular; 148 episodes
2005–2006 Mujer con pantalones Salvador Diego Vega Andonegui Main role; 221 episodes
2006–2007 La hija del mariachi Emiliano Sánchez-Gallardo Galván / Francisco Lara Main role; 147 episodes
2008 Los protegidos Santiago Puerta Main role; 110 episodes
2009 Verano de amor Dante Escudero Main role; 120 episodes
2009 Alma de hierro Gael 3 episodes
2010 Mujeres asesinas Vicente Episode: "Las Blanco, viudas"
2010–2011 Para volver a amar Jorge Casso Main role; 146 episodes
2011 Triunfo del amor Jorge Casso Series regular; 59 episodes
2012 Abismo de pasión Gael Main role; 144 episodes
2013–2014 Qué pobres tan ricos Alejo Ruizpalacios Saravia Main role; 167 episodes
2015 Que te perdone Dios Mateo Main role; 118 episodes
2015 Antes muerta que Lichita Luis Altamirano 1 episode
2016 Mujeres de negro Nicolás Episodes: "Vestidas de negro" and "Viejos conocidos"
2017 El Bienamado León Serrano Main role; 88 episodes
2017–2018 Papá a toda madre Fabián Carvajal Main role; 96 episodes
2019 La Reina del Sur Alejandro Alcalá Main role (season 2); 52 episodes
2020 Operación pacífico Gabriel Pedraza Main role[15]

Theater[edit]

Year Title Role Place
1999 El Cascanueces
2000 Trimusic, El Genio de la Música Teatro Ramiro Jiménez
2004 Las Princesas y sus Príncipes Centro Cultural San Ángel
2005 Jav y Jos Jav Teatro Nacional, Colombia
2005 Mesopotamia Mateo Teatro Trasnocho
2013 Departamento de Solteros Mateo Dream Theater Producciones
2013 Manos Quietas Manuel

Awards[edit]

  • Las Palmas de Oro - Círculo Nacional de Periodistas CINPE (National Circle of Journalists), Best Actor 2002.
  • Mara de Oro (Mujer con pantalones / Venezuela, Best Actor 2005.
  • Lo Mejor de Venezuela / Venezuela, 2005.

References[edit]

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  4. ^ Alumnos y exalumnos
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  8. ^ @marktacher PRESENTADOR - NINTENDOMANIA - FEBRERO 1996
  9. ^ Mark Tacher
  10. ^ Ciclón Azteca
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  13. ^ Tacher, Mark [@marktacher] (11 September 2014). "#TBT ¿Te acuerdas? @MaggieHegyi @Elgusrodriguez #Nintendomanía" (Tweet) (in Spanish). Retrieved 12 November 2019 – via Twitter.
  14. ^ a b c "Mark Tacher dice que los actores deben mantenerse al margen de la política". lanoticiadelcaribe.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 12 November 2019.
  15. ^ "Elenco de Operación Pacífico: conoce el reparto y los personajes de la serie de Telemundo". Vidamoderna.com.

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