Osvaldo Benavides

Osvaldo Benavides (born June 14, 1979, Mexico City, Mexico), is a Mexican actor, writer, producer and cinematographer.[1]

Osvaldo Benavides
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Benavides in 2018
Born (1979-06-14) 14 June 1979 (age 40)
NationalityMexican
OccupationActor, writer, producer, cinematographer
Years active1992–present

Early lifeEdit

Born in Mexico City, Mexico, currently resides in Tepoztlán, Morelos. Osvaldo began acting at age 9 years. He has participated in musical theater rods as: "El Graduado" and "Todos eran mis hijos".[2]

CareerEdit

 
Benavides as Juan Pablo in the Univision's series La bella y las bestias.

Benavides began his career in television from an early age, on the telenovela El abuelo y yo, along to Gael García Bernal, and Ludwika Paleta.[3][4] Two years later, in 1995 he played Nandito, the lost son of María la del Barrio,[3] thanks to his character, he won in the edition 14th TVyNovelas Awards for Best Young Lead Actor.[3] In that same year he also participated in the telenovela El premio mayor as Chicles.[3] In 1996 he played Lazarito in the telenovela Te sigo amando, along to Claudia Ramírez, and Luis José Santander, and won again at the 16th TVyNovelas Awards as Best Young Lead Actor. In 1998, he participated in the telenovela Preciosa, and later in the film La primera noche, with the latter he made his film debut, and for which he stood out. In the year 2000, he participated in telenovela Locura de amor, and again stood out in the cinema as Rocco, in the film Por la libre.[5]

In 2001, he participated in the film Piedras verdes, a film about the philosophical-spiritual discovery of the protagonist.[5] In that same year he also participated in the film La segunda noche, and Seres humanos. In 2002, he appeared in Daniela, and two years later he played Damián in the telenovela Piel de otoño, and in 2006 to Curioso, in the film Un mundo maravilloso.[6] After these last two productions, he moved away from the world of telenovelas and the acting for eleven years.[7]

FilmographyEdit

Films rolesEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1998 La primera noche Sergio
2000 Dust to Dust Rocco
2001 Piedras verdes Sebastián
2001 La segunda noche Alfonso
2001 Seres humanos Damián
2002 El mago Unknown Short film
2003 Zurdo Unknown
2003 Ligerita Unknown Short film
2006 Un mundo maravilloso Curioso
2010 SubHysteria Ariel Also writer, and associate producer
2012 El Santos vs la Tetona Mendoza La Lisiada Novela Actor
2013 Me late chocolate Alex
2014 The Perfect Dictatorship Ricardo Díaz
2015 El cielo es azul Auturo
2018 Todo mal Fernando
2018 Más sabe el Diablo por viejo Teo
2019 Mentada de padre Fausto

Television rolesEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1992 El abuelo y yo Paco
1995 El premio mayor Chicles
1995–1996 María la del Barrio Nandito
1996 Te sigo amando Lazarito
1998 Preciosa Simón Ortiz
2000 Locura de amor León Palacios
2002 Mujer, casos de la vida real Unknown Episode: "Cruz de fuego"
2002 Daniela Andrés Miranda
2010–2012 Soy tu fan Julián Muñoz Series regular; 12 episodes
2010 Gritos de muerte y libertad Lucas Alamán Episode: "Sangre que divide"
2011–2012 La que no podía amar Miguel Carmona Main role; 152 episodes
2012 Cloroformo Joe Main role; 13 episodes
2013–2014 Lo que la vida me robó Dimitrio Mendoza Main role; 183 episodes
2015 A que no me dejas Adrián Olmedo Main role (part 1); 70 episodes
2016 Ruta 35 Mercurio Acosta Main role; 35 episodes
2018 La bella y las bestias Juan Pablo Quintero Main role; 66 episodes
2018–2019 El Rey del Valle Luis Miguel del Valle Main role (seasons 1–2); 26 episodes
2019–present Monarca Andrés Carranza Main role (season 1); 10 episodes

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Nominated work Award Result
1996 María la del Barrio 14th TVyNovelas Awards for Best Young Lead Actor Won
1998 Te sigo amando 16th TVyNovelas Awards for Best Young Lead Actor Won
2015 Lo que la vida me robó 33rd TVyNovelas Awards for Best Supporting Actor[8] Won[9]
2015 La dictadura perfecta Diosa de Plata Awards for Best Role of Men[10] Won[11]
2016 A que no me dejas 34th TVyNovelas Awards for Best Leading Actor Nominated[12]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Michelle Oyola (November 11, 2013). "Osvaldo Benavides, en la pantalla chica y la pantalla grande" (in Spanish). People en Español. Retrieved July 14, 2014.
  2. ^ MarianaVidal (September 20, 2012). "Osvaldo Benavides" (in Spanish). La Ciudad de Frente. Retrieved July 17, 2014.
  3. ^ a b c d "Tienen éxito desde pequeños ...y siguen `pegando". quien.com (in Spanish). Retrieved September 19, 2019.
  4. ^ "Recuerdan a su \"Abuelo\"". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). Retrieved September 19, 2019.
  5. ^ a b "5 películas para ver a Osvaldo Benavides". videocine.com.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved September 19, 2019.
  6. ^ Gutiérrez, Vicente. ""Es arriesgado producir teatro, pero es un negocio noble": Osvaldo Benavides". eleconomista.com.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved September 19, 2019.
  7. ^ "Osvaldo vuelve al cine sin hacer dramas". El Siglo de Torreón. p. Spanish. Retrieved September 19, 2019.
  8. ^ Novelalounge. "Premios TVyNovelas 2015: Lista Completa De Nominados" (in Spanish). Retrieved February 24, 2015.
  9. ^ "Premios TVyNovelas 2015 Ganadores: Mejor Actor De Reparto, Osvaldo Benavides Por 'Lo Que La Vida Me Robó'" (in Spanish). NovelaLounge. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  10. ^ ""La dictadura perfecta" compite por la Diosa de Plata". estoenlinea.oem.com.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved April 18, 2015.
  11. ^ Javier Poza. "Aún sin confirmar protagónico "El Lenguaje del amor": Benavides". Grupo Fórmula (in Spanish). Retrieved April 25, 2015.
  12. ^ "Premios TVyNovelas 2016 México Nominados Votaciones: 'Antes Muerta Que Lichita' Domina Nominaciones". spanish.latinospost.com (in Spanish). Retrieved March 18, 2016.

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