Michel Brown

Michel Brown (Spanish pronunciation: [miˈtʃel ˈβɾawn]; born Misael Browarnik Beiguel on June 10, 1976 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an Argentine actor. He became one of Latin-America and Spain's most popular performers after starring as Franco Reyes in the popular telenovela Pasión de Gavilanes.

Michel Brown
Misael Browarnik Beiguel

(1976-06-10) June 10, 1976 (age 43)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Spouse(s)Margarita Muñoz

He was discovered by Argentine producer Cris Morena for her teen variety show Jugate Conmigo. Cris Morena also produced his solo album (titled Michel) and gave him a starring role in popular kids soap Chiquititas. In 1999, Michel decided to invest in his international career and traveled to Mexico, where he got a role in the teen telenovela DKDA Sueños de Juventud for Televisa and soon signed a contract with No. 2 network TV Azteca. The same year he also starred in the video for the track "Out of Control" by the UK big beat act The Chemical Brothers.[1]

His big break was Pasión de Gavilanes, which became the top-rated soap opera in several countries, including his native Argentina and Spain, where he became a huge star.

He is the host of the Univision network version of Survivor, titled Desafío: La Gran Batalla, which premiered June 20, 2010.


Television roles
Year Title Roles Notes
1993–1994 Jugate conmigo Himself
1996–1997 Chiquititas Tomás
1998 Las chicas de enfrente Facundo Arias
2000 DKDA: Sueños de juventud David 2 episodes
2002 Súbete a mi moto Ricardo Recurring role; 148 episodes
2002 Lo que es el amor Christian Ocampo Recurring role; 68 episodes
2003 Enamórate Mariano
2003–2004 Pasión de gavilanes Franco Reyes Main role; 188 episodes
2004 Los Roldán Himself Guest role
2004 Te voy a enseñar a querer Pablo Méndez Main role; 127 episodes
2005 El auténtico Rodrigo Leal Himself Guest role
2005 Aquí no hay quien viva Himself Episode: "Érase una sequía"
2006 Amores de mercado Diego Valdéz "El Rayo"
2008 Física o química Miguel Recurring role (season 2); 14 episodes
2009 El fantasma del Gran Hotel Miguel Toro Main role; 176 episodes
2011 Mentes en shock Diego Terra
2011 La Mariposa [es] Manuel "Amaury" Martínez
2011 A corazón abierto Tomás Ballesteros
2012 Los Rey Matías Rey San Vicente Main role; 125 episodes
2013 Mentiras perfectas Santiago Ucrós Main role; 58 episodes
2013 Gracias por venir, gracias por estar Himself Episode: "Cris Morena"
2014 Amor sin reserva Diego Olivaterra Main role; 136 episodes
2016–2017 La querida del Centauro Gerardo Duarte Main role (seasons 1–2); 141 episodes
2016 Sr. Ávila Daniel Molina Recurring role (season 3); 3 episodes
2018 Falco Alejandro Falco Main role[2]
2018 Amar a muerte Jacobo Main role

Awards and NominationsEdit

Year Ceremony Category Telenovela Result
2019 TVyNovelas Awards Best Actor Amar a muerte (Love to Death) Won
2019 Eres Awards Nomination[3]
Best Kiss Amar a muerte (Love to Death)

Angelique Boyer and Michel Brown

2016 Your World Awards Favorite Lead Actor: Series La querida del Centauro Nomination[4]
The Perfect Couple La querida del Centauro

Ludwika Paleta and Michel Brown

2017 Your World Awards Favorite Lead Actor: Series La querida del Centauro Nomination[5]
2014 Premios Tvynovelas (Colomiba) Favorite Lead Actor: Series Mentiras perfectas Nomination
2012 TV Adicto Golden Awards Mejor retorno masculino Los Rey Nomination


  1. ^ Shepherd, Jack (5 April 2017). "Pepsi advert remarkably similar to Chemical Brothers 1999 music video for single 'Out of Control'". The Independent. Retrieved 2018-10-15.
  2. ^ "Michel Brown protagonizará la nueva serie criminal "Falco"" [Michel Brown will star in the new crime series "Falco"]. Señal Internacional (in Spanish). 12 July 2017. Retrieved 24 April 2018.
  3. ^ a b "¡Lista completa de ganadores en Premios ERES 2019! • Eres". Eres (in Spanish). 2019-03-12. Retrieved 2019-10-21.
  4. ^ Oyola, Michelle (2016-08-25). "Premios Tu Mundo 2016: Lista de Nominados y Ganadores". Ahoramismo.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-10-21.
  5. ^ Agosto 2017, Por: Redacción | 24 de. "Lista de todos los ganadores de Premios Tu Mundo 2017". La Opinión (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-10-21.

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