Juan Martín Jáuregui

Juan Martín Jauregui (born in Mar de Plata, Argentina), is an Argentine actor, who currently resides in Mexico city, Mexico since 1999, known for participating in several telenovelas of Telemundo and TV Azteca.[1]

FilmographyEdit

Film rolesEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2010 180º Gasparotto
2011 El firulete Javier Short film
2014 The Perfect Dictatorship Scandal Reporter 2 Short film

Television rolesEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2005 El amor no tiene precio Cobra
2010–2013 Lo que callamos las mujeres Marcos
Juan
Episode: "Después ya nada es igual"
Episode: "La puerta"
2010 El octavo mandamiento Javier
2010 Decisiones extremas Rodrigo Episode: "Mamá cuida a mí novia"
2012 Infames Daniel Herrera
2012 La Teniente Bruno Santoscoy Episode: "Fama"
2013 Prohibido amar Marcos Roldán
2014–2015 Los miserables Evaristo Rodríguez Series regular; 100 episodes
2016 Un día cualquiera Manfredo
Felipe
Diego
Episode: "Extraterrestres"
Episode: "Traición"
Episode: "Problemas del sueño"
2016 Sin rastro de ti Braulio Portes Series regular; 16 episodes
2016–2017 La candidata Hernán Series regular; 47 episodes
2017 El Señor de los Cielos Sebastián Almagro Series regular (season 5); 43 episodes
2017–2018 Sin tu mirada Ricardo Series regular; 63 episodes[2]
2019 Vecinos Guillermo Episode: "Cásate conmigo"
2019 Preso No. 1 Ricardo Montero Series regular; 17 episodes
2019 La usurpadora Gonzalo Santamaría Guest star; 4 episodes[3]
2020-21 Imperio de mentiras Marcelo Arizmendi Recurring role
2021 ¿Qué le pasa a mi familia? Iván García Altamirano Recurring role
2021-22 SOS me estoy enamorando Diego Miranda Series regular
2022 La madrastra Bruno Tejada Serie regular

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Juan Martín Jáuregui, Argentino de Nacimiento Mexicano de Corazón" (in Spanish). Argonmexico. Retrieved November 8, 2014.
  2. ^ González, Moisés. "Actor de El señor de los cielos será el nuevo galán de la versión de Esmeralda". People en Español (in Spanish). Retrieved 24 November 2017.
  3. ^ "La Usurpadora primer lanzamiento de Fábrica de Sueños". televisa.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 31 August 2019.

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