Juan Pablo Raba
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Juan Pablo Raba
Raba in 2015
|Spouse(s)||Mónica Fonseca (m. 2011)|
|Children||Joaquín Raba Fonseca and Josephine Joie Raba Fonseca|
Raba was born in Bogotá, Colombia where he graduated from Colegio Nueva Granada. After his parents' divorce, he was raised in Spain by his Argentinian father. There, he earned a baccalaureate degree and started studying Advertising, but soon decided this was not what he wanted in life. He left his studies incomplete and went to live in Argentina.
Raba subsequently returned to Colombia and worked as a model. He sought work from the Colombian TV channel Caracol, who suggested that he take acting lessons. He took acting classes in Bogota with Edgardo Roman and then continued his studies in New York at the Lee Strasberg Institute.
Not long after, he accompanied a friend to an acting class where Colombian professor Edgardo Roman was impressed by Raba's acting ability. Encouraged, Raba began attending auditions. Two months after his first audition, Caracol channel asked him to co-star in the television series Amor En Forma. In 1999, he played a small part in the TV series Marido y mujer.
Immediately after, he took the leading part in the TV series La reina de Queens. Around the same time, he appeared in the theatrical play Chronicle of a Death Foretold, based on the book by Gabriel García Márquez.
Later the Venezuelan channel RCTV asked him to co-star in the telenovela Viva La Pepa. This led to an offer to appear in La niña de mis ojos, which launched Raba's international career. In 2002's Mi gorda bella, Raba played Orestes Villanueva Mercuri, who falls in love with the good hearted Valentina.
In 2004, when he filmed for RCTV the TV series Estrambótica Anastasia. In 2005, he returned to Colombia and filmed for the channel Caracol the TV series Por amor a Gloria. In 2006 included he appeared in the movie Una Abuela Virgen and as the main character in the TV film Soltera y sin Compromiso.
In the following years he had parts in several soap operas. In 2008 Raba appeared in El Cartel de los sapos, in a 2009 episode of Tiempo final and in an episode of Mental. After that he had a part in Los Caballeros Las Prefieren Brutas. In 2013 he was a main character in Los secretos de Lucía.
In 2006, he and Paula announced their separation, which subsequently resulted in their divorce in 2007. In 2007, he dated Venezuelan soap star Marjorie de Sousa, a relationship which lasted over a year.
In August 2011, he married television presenter Mónica Fonseca in a private ceremony in Miami, United States. On July 19, 2012, his wife gave birth to their son, Joaquín Raba Fonseca. Raba is an active cyclist and now resides in Miami. With his family, he has been very active in human and animal rights organizations.
|2006||Anillo de compromiso||Fede||Short film|
|2007||Una abuela virgen||Carlos|
|2007||Ni tan largos, ni tan cortos||Carlos|
|2011||The Snitch Cartel||John Mario Martínez / Pirulo|
|2012||El cielo en tu mirada||Mario Domínguez|
|2012||La Lectora||Waiter||Special appearance|
|2015||The 33||Darío Segovia|
|2017||Nacido de Nuevo||Ramon||Short film|
|2017||Shot Caller||Herman Gómez|
|2018||Operation Entebbe||Juan Pablo|
|1998||Amor en forma||Eduardo|
|1999||Marido y mujer||Isidrio|
|2000||La reina de Queens||Andres Velásquez|
|2001||Viva la Pepa||Luis Ángel Perdomo|
|2001||La niña de mis ojos||Alejandro Rondón|
|2004||Estrambótica Anastasia||Aureliano Paz|
|2005||Por amor a Gloria||Esteban Marín|
|2006||Soltera y sin compromiso||Jaime Villalba||Television film|
|2006||Y los declaro marido y mujer||Juan Andrés Gutiérrez|
|2007||Sobregiro de amor||Martín Monsalve|
|2002||Mi gorda bella||Orestes Villanueva Mercouri|
|2008||El cartel||John Mario Martínez / Pirulito|
|2008||Tiempo final||Franco||2 episodes|
|2009||Sin retorno||Diego||Episode: "Heroína"|
|2009||Mental||Ray Hernandez||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2010||El Clon||Said Hashim||Episode: "Encuentro divino"|
|2010||Los caballeros las prefieren brutas||Alejandro Botero|
|2011||La Reina del Sur||Jaime Gutiérrez Solana||5 episodes|
|2011||Flor Salvaje||Emiliano Monteverde||Episode: "Gran estreno"|
|2012||Pobres Rico||Gonzalo Rico|
|2013||Los secretos de Lucía||Miguel Gaitán|
|2013||Wake Up with No Make Up||Iván||4 episodes|
|2014||El corazón del océano||Unknown role||3 episodes|
|2015–16||Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.||Joey Gutierrez||6 episodes|
|2015–16||Narcos||Gustavo Gaviria||10 episodes|
|2017–2018||Six||Ricky "Buddha" Ortiz||18 episodes|
|2018||Distrito Salvaje||Jhon Jeiver|
- "Juan Pablo Raba se casa el próximo sábado". El Observador (in Spanish). November 29, 2003. Archived from the original on September 7, 2004. Retrieved July 16, 2010. Italic or bold markup not allowed in:
- "Los hombres no las prefieren brutas, dice Juan Pablo Raba". El Universal (Caracas) (in Spanish). June 4, 2010. Retrieved July 16, 2010. Italic or bold markup not allowed in:
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- N'Duka, Amanda (April 30, 2015). "Rose McGowan, 2 Others Cast In 'Lower Bay'; Juan Pablo Raba Joins 'Shot Caller'". deadline.com. Retrieved July 12, 2015.