Juan Soler Valls Quiroga (born January 19, 1966) is an Argentine-Mexican[1] actor and former model and rugby union footballer. He was married to Argentine actress Magdalena "Maki" Moguilevsky with whom he has two daughters.

Juan Soler
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Juan Soler Valls Quiroga

(1966-01-19) January 19, 1966 (age 56)
OccupationActor, rugby player, model
SpouseMagdalena "Maki" Moguilevsky (2003–2018)
Children3 daughters
Parent(s)Juan Soler Valls
Keky Quiroga


Personal lifeEdit

Soler was born in San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina to Juan Soler Valls and Keky Quiroga. He has three siblings: Facundo, Maria Jose, and Maria Ines.[2]

As a teenager he played rugby union and became part of the Argentina national rugby union team Los Pumas.[3] He later became a model and started acting in plays in Argentina.

On December 20, 2003, he married actress Magdalena "Maki" Moguilevsky He owns a restaurant called El Che Loco in Mexico City. He has three daughters: Valentina, from a previous relationship, she was born in 1991 and lives in Argentina; the second daughter, Mia, was born on December 18, 2004, and his third daughter, Azùl, was born on February 20, 2007. Mia has a condition called Situs Inversus. In March 2005, Maki lost a pregnancy of three months.[4]


Soler in 1980

In 1994, after participating in the TV show Montaña rusa (TV series)|Montaña rusa and the play Juegos de sociedad he decided to move to Mexico. There, he obtained small roles in two telenovelas with Televisa and in 1996 he starred in Cañaveral de pasiones which became the most successful production of that year. He then joined the cast of Verónica Castro's telenovela Pueblo chico, infierno grande, and the Mexican production of the play P.S. Your Cat Is Dead as Eddie, touring Mexico and the United States. He also appeared in the Peruvian telenovela María Emilia: Querida. He returned to Mexico in 2000 and has made five telenovelas as of 2005, including Locura de Amor and Bajo La Misma Piel, both of which co-starred Laisha Wilkins. Juan Soler appeared in the telenovela Apuesta por un Amor with Patricia Manterola in 2004, and it garnered him a best actor nomination. In 2006, he appeared in the popular Televisa hit La fea más bella.


Television performance
Year Title Roles Notes
1993 Bajo un mismo rostro Marcelo Saldívar Recurring role; 3 episodes
1994 Montaña rusa Federico Grumbalth
1995–1996 Acapulco, cuerpo y alma Humberto Bautista
1996 Cañaveral de pasiones Pablo Montero Rosales Main role; 96 episodes
1997 Pueblo chico, infierno grande Genaro Onchi Main role; 150 episodes
1998–1999 Ángela Mariano Bautista Solórzano Main role; 79 episodes
1999–2000 María Emilia: Querida Alejandro Aguirre González Main role; 150 episodes
2000 Locura de amor Enrique Gallardo Main role; 115 episodes
2001 Sin pecado concebido Octavio Allende
2002 La Otra Álvaro Ibáñez Main role; 89 episodes
2003 Bajo la misma piel Alejandro Ruiz Calderón Main role; 94 episodes
2004 La hora pico Various Characters
2004–2005 Apuesta por un amor Gabriel Durán Main role; 130 episodes
2006 Amor mío Pablo Episode: "Mi gran boda gringa"
2006–2007 La fea más bella Aldo Domenzaín Recurring role; 10 episodes
2007 ¿Y ahora qué hago? Himself Episode: "Mi nuevo amigo"
2008 Mujeres asesinas Fernando Quevedo Episode: "Mi nuevo amigo"
2007–2008 Palabra de mujer Martín Castellanos Main role: 144 episodes
2010–2011 Cuando me enamoro Jerónimo Linares Main role: 172 episodes
2013–2014 Marido en alquiler Reinaldo Ibarra Main role: 139 episodes
2014 Reina de corazones Víctor de Rosas Main role: 140 episodes
2017 Su nombre era Dolores Eduardo Z Episodes: "Purgatorio" and "Adiós Dolores"
2017 Nada personal Raúl Rey "El Rey" Main role; 77 episodes
2017–2018 Me declaro culpable Franco Main role; 62 episodes
2020 Rubí Héctor Ferrer Garza Episode: "Video prohibido"
2020-2021 La mexicana y el güero Tyler (El Guero) Somers Main role


  • Me fascina mi vecina (2000)
  • P.S. Your Cat Is Dead (1999)
  • Bajo las sábanas (1997)
  • Juego de sociedad (1993–1994)


  1. ^ "Famous naturalized Mexicans". Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  2. ^ "Juan Soler".
  3. ^ Juan Soler Valls rugby profile Scrum.com
  4. ^ "Juan Soler".

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