Julián Gil

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Julián Elías Gil Beltrán (born 13 June 1970) is an Argentine actor, model, businessman and TV host.[1]

Julián Gil
Julian Gil en Israel 2015.jpg
Gil in 2015
Born (1970-06-13) 13 June 1970 (age 52)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Occupation
  • Actor
  • model
  • businessman
  • TV host
Years active1995–present
Children3

Personal lifeEdit

Although Julián Gil was born in Argentina, he lived some time in Venezuela as well. He grew up in Puerto Rico and he considers himself Puerto Rican. He has two sisters, Lorena and Patricia.

He was married to Brenda Torres.[2] He has a daughter, Nicolle, and a son Jules. In 2016, he had a romantic relationship with Marjorie De Sousa with whom he had a son named Matías Gregorio Gil de Sousa, the relationship between De Sousa and Gil ended in 2017 in unfavorable terms.[3]

CareerEdit

At the age of 20, he began his career in television with his own shows Julián por la noche and Apartamento 52, where he was the principal conductor of both television shows. Over the years he has worked for television networks such as RCTV, Telemundo, Univisión and Televisa. From 2001 to 2006 he participated in several films such as Marina, Más allá del límite, Fuego en el alma, El milagro de Coromoto and La caja de problemas, films produced for television.

In 2006, he participated in the Venezuelan telenovela Por todo lo alto, where he interpreted the character "Halcón", which helped to internationalize.[4] The following year he joined the cast of the telenovela produced by Venevisión and Univisión entitled Acorralada, where he played Pancholón.[5]

From 2007 until 2011, Gil was part of the jury Nuestra Belleza Latina, where he shared credits with Osmel Sousa.[6] In 2008 he participated in Valeria, at the same time he obtained his first antagonist role on television in the telenovela Amor comprado where he played Esteban Rondero.[7] Then he participated in the television series Gabriel, along with Chayanne.

In 2008 he obtained his first starring role in the telenovela Los Barriga. He starred beside the actress Claudia Bérninzon.[8]

In 2009 he participated in the telenovela Sortilegio. In the same year he became the protagonist of the Spain series Valientes. That year he won the Califa de Oro Award for Best Actor.[9][10]

In May 2015, Gil officially replaced Fernando Fiore as host of Republica Deportiva.[11]

In 2015 he starred with Guy Ecker in Miller Lite's Rivales ad campaign.

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Marina [12] John
2002 Más allá del límite[13] Boxer
2004 La caja de problemas[14] Gardener
2005 Fuego en el alma[15] Millo
2006 El milagro de Coromoto[16] Jaime
2008 Historias Delirantes[17]
2010 Entre piernas[18] Paco
2014 Lotoman 003[19] El Boricua
2014 Misterio's: Llamas de sueños[20] Leonardo Aguilar
2016 Loki 7[21] Rodrigo
2017 Santiago Apóstol[22] Santiago Apóstol

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Julián por la noche[23] Himself Presenter and director
2002 Mi conciencia y yo[24] Alfonso
2004 Apartamento 52[25] Himself Presenter and director
2004 La caja de problemas[26] Gardener Television film
2006 Decisiones[citation needed] Efrain Episode: "La rubia, la triguena & la morena"
2006–2007 Por todo lo alto[27] Halcón
2007–2008 Acorralada[28] Pancho "Pancholón" Antagonist
2007 Isla Paraiso[29] Armando
2007 Mi adorada Malena[30] Mateo
2008; 2010–2013 Nuestra Belleza Latina[31] Himself Guest Judge
Celebrity Guest (Season 9Season 10)
2008 100 x 35[32] Himself Presenter and director
2008 Valeria[33] Daniel Ferrari
2008 Amor Comprado[34] Esteban Rondero
2008 Los Barriga[35] Francesco Cezanne
2008 Gabriel[36] Dr. Bernardo Padrón
  • "Perdóname padre porque he pecado" (Season 1, Episode 1)
  • "Libranos de nuestros enemigos" (Season 1, Episode 2)
  • "El último amanecer" (Season 1, Episode 10)
2009 Sortilegio[37] Ulises Antagonist
2009 Valientes[38] Leo Soto
2010–2011 Eva Luna[39] Leonardo "Leo" Arisméndi Main Antagonist
2011–2012 La que no podía amar[40] Bruno Rey Main Antagonist
2012 ¿Quién eres tú?[41] Felipe Esquivel Protagonist
2013 Los secretos de Lucía[42] Robert Neville Main Antagonist
2014–2015 Hasta el fin del mundo[43] Patricio Iturbide Main Antagonist
2015—present República Deportiva[44] Himself Presenter
2016 Sueño de amor[45] Ernesto de la Colina Main Antagonist
2018–2019 Por amar sin ley[46] Carlos Ibarra Main Antagonist
2020 Médicos Carlos Ibarra (Cameo) Guest Star
2021 ¿Qué le pasa a mi familia?[47] Carlos Iturbide Urquidi Co-Protagonist
2022 La herencia Próspero Millán Rico Recurring Role

TheaterEdit

  • 2000: Nueve semanas y media[48]
  • 2000: Sexo, pudor y lagrimas[49]
  • 2001: En pelotas:[50] Papito
  • 2002: Los gallos salvajes:[51] Luciano Miranda Junior
  • 2002: El cotorrito by the sea:[52] Bugambilia
  • 2004: La princesa en el lago de los cisnes[53]
  • 2005: Luminaria:[54] Franz
  • 2003: Tarzan – Salvemos la selva:[55] Tarzan
  • 2005: El crimen del Padre Amaro:[56] Padre Amaro Viera
  • 2007: Descarados[57]
  • 2008: ¿Por qué los hombre aman a las cabronas?:[58] Jorge
  • 2013: Aquel tiempo de campeones:[59] Phil Romano
  • 2015: Divorciemonos mi amor:[60] Benigna "Benny"

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Association Category Telenovela Result
2010 Premios People en Español Best Male Revelation Sortilegio Won[61]
2011 Premios Juventud What a Hottie! Eva Luna Nominated
Premios People En Español Best Male Antagonist Won[62]
2012 La que no podía amar Nominated[63]
2014 Hasta El Fin Del Mundo Nominated
2017 35th TVyNovelas Awards Sueno De Amor Nominated
2019 37th TVyNovelas Awards Por amar sin ley Nominated

ReferencesEdit

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  3. ^ "La guapa hija de Julian Gil" (in Spanish). publimetro.com. 2015. Retrieved 9 November 2015.
  4. ^ Juan Espinoza. "Julian Gil: "Venezuela tiene las mujeres más bellas."" (in Spanish). Ensalada de celebridades. Retrieved 5 November 2014.
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  13. ^ "¡Forman tremendo parrandón!" (in Spanish). primerahora. 31 December 2010. Retrieved 13 August 2015.
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  40. ^ "Julian Gil el que si podia amar" (in Spanish). Dlatinos.com. 1 February 2012. Retrieved 31 May 2015.
  41. ^ "La telenovela ¿Quién eres tú? sale del aire apenas dos semanas después de su estreno" (in Spanish). People en Español. 23 January 2013. Retrieved 31 May 2015.
  42. ^ Terra Network (2 October 2013). "Julián Gil participa en la teleserie de acción 'Los secretos de Lucía'" (in Spanish). Entretenimiento Terra. Retrieved 31 May 2015.
  43. ^ Susana Heredia (3 October 2014). "Pedro Fernández y Julián Gil terminaron a golpes en 'Hasta el fin del mundo'" (in Spanish). Revista TVnotas. Retrieved 31 May 2015.
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  49. ^ "Tal como me lo contaron "Sexo, pudor y lágrimas" en Ponce" (in Spanish). primerahora.com. 9 January 2001. Retrieved 29 May 2016.
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  55. ^ Amary Santiago Torres (14 November 2003). "Mensaje de protección de la naturaleza" (in Spanish). primerahora.com. Retrieved 26 August 2015.
  56. ^ Eileen Rivera Esquilín (18 March 2005). "Bajo lupa la polémica del celibato" (in Spanish). adendi.com. Retrieved 2 March 2017.
  57. ^ "Conoce a estos "descarados"" (in Spanish). Univision. Retrieved 4 November 2014.
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  59. ^ "Regresa Julián Gil a México para protagonizar la obra "Aquel tiempo de campeones"" (in Spanish). Diario Rotativo México. Retrieved 4 November 2014.
  60. ^ "Julián Gil se transforma en Benny, toda una mujer en su reto teatral" (in Spanish). encandela.com. 9 September 2015. Retrieved 17 September 2015.
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