Aitor Iturrioz

Aitor Iturrioz (born Aitor Antonio Iturrioz Ortiz on November 12, 1970) is a well-known Mexican actor. He is best known for his roles in the Mexican telenovela Clase 406 as Max Brouer, in Rebelde as Esteban Nolasco, and in Al Diablo con los Guapos as the antagonist Mateo.

Aitor Iturrioz
Aitor Antonio Iturrioz Ortiz

(1970-11-12) November 12, 1970 (age 50)

Aitor Iturrioz is of Basque descent, Mother From Madrid, Father From Bilbao.


Aitor Iturrioz began his television career as the program presenter for Don Francisco Presenta.

Later on he acted in several television soap operas such as Retrato de Familia (1995) and Luz Clarita (1996). After attending the series DKDA: Dreams of Youth First Love Your love story and Bridal Veil.

In 2004, he was elected to the production season 1 Rebelde with the role of Esteban Nolasco, sharing credits as actor, but next to very talented people and recognized by the Mexican television and those who had shared in the previous production Class 406: first the producer Pedro Damián, among others, the young actors Anahí Puente Dulce María, Christopher Uckermann Maite Perroni Christian Chávez and Alfonso Herrera. In 2005 he retired from the novel being succeeded by Tony Dalton.

Then in 2006, continued in the novel La Fea Mas Bella remake of the Colombian telenovela Yo soy Betty, la Fea and the following year in the production Lola: Once upon a time.

Currently working on the production Fuck the handsome and some commercial.


Year Title Role
1995 Retrato de Familia Octavio
1996 Luz Clarita Jose Mariano
1998 Mi pequeña traviesa Hugo
1999 Por tu amor Agustín Higueras Ledesma
2000 DKDA: Sueños de juventud Aitor
2001 Primer amor... a mil por hora Boris
2003 Tu Historia de amor Marcos
2003 Velo de Novia Marcos
2003 Clase 406 Max Brouer
2004 Don Francisco presenta Aitor
2004–2005 Rebelde Esteban Nolasco Landeros
2005 La Fea más bella (13 Episodes) Rafael
2006 Lola Érase una vez (1 Episode) Richard
2007 Al Diablo con los Guapos Mateo
2013 Como dice el dicho Kai

External linksEdit

Aitor Iturrioz [1] at the Internet Movie Database