Vanessa Guzmán

Vanessa Guzmán Niebla (born October 19, 1976 in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico), is a Mexican actress and model. She was Nuestra Belleza México in 1995, and represented her country in the 1996 Miss Universe pageant.

Vanessa Guzmán
Born
Vanessa Guzmán Niebla

(1976-10-19) October 19, 1976 (age 44)
Cd. Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico
OccupationActress and Model
Height1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
TitleNuestra Belleza México 1995
Spouse(s)Eduardo Rodríguez
(divorced)
Uberto Bondoni
(2006-currently separated )
Children2
Beauty pageant titleholder
Major
competition(s)
Nuestra Belleza México 1995
(Winner)
Miss Universe 1996
(5th place)

BiographyEdit

Vanessa Guzmán was born in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, place where she was also raised. In 1995, she competed for the title of Nuestra Belleza Chihuahua (Miss Chihuahua), title which she ended winning. After having won such title, she competed in Mexico's national beauty pageant Nuestra Belleza México; she was crowned Miss Mexico and went on to represent her country in Miss Universe 1996. She made the top six in the pageant and placed 5th overall. Just a short time after having returned from competing for the title, she received several offers to star in a number of television programs. She accepted the offer to co-host Al Ritmo de la Noche, alongside Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo.

In 1999 she received her first role as an actress in a telenovela; Tres Mujeres (1999), Carita de Ángel (2000), Siempre te Amaré (2000), Aventuras en el Tiempo and Entre el Amor y el Odio are a number of works the actress has participated in. Other works made by Guzmán include the radionovela La Herencia, as well as appearing Mi Mujer se llama Mauricio and the film 16 en la Lista. The actress married, then divorced, actor Eduardo Rodriguez, with whom she had a son.[1] In 2004, she participated in the production of Lucero Suárez titled Amar Otra Vez, where she gave life to the character of Verónica. Her latest appearance was in Alborada (2005). In 2006, she traveled to Argentina, where she began working on a telenovela named Amor Mío. She returned to Argentina in 2007 to work on the second season of Amor Mío and married current husband Uberto Bondoni, with whom she had a boy in 2008.[1] Vanessa recently appeared on the cover of the magazine H Para Hombres.

FilmographyEdit

Film roles
Year Title Roles Notes
1998 16 en la lista Denisse
Television roles
Year Title Roles Notes
1998–1999 Camila Fabiola Recurring role
1999–2000 Tres mujeres Carolina Fontaner Recurring role
2000 Siempre te amaré Sabina Reyes Castellanos Recurring role
2000 Amigos x siempre Barbie Guest role
2000–2001 Carita de ángel Gilda Esparza Recurring role
2001–2006 Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real Various roles 14 episodes
2001 Aventuras en el tiempo Faby Wolf Series regular
2002 Entre el amor y el odio Juliana Valencia Montes Series regular
2004 Amar otra vez Verónica Santillán Vidal Series regular
2005 Otro rollo Herself Episode "Historia en diez"
2005–2006 Alborada Perla Series regular
2006–2008 Amor mío Abríl Juárez Casadiego Main role; 152 episodes
2009–2010 Atrévete a soñar Ana Castro Main role; 261 episodes
2012 Infames Ana Leguina Main role
2019–2020 Soltero con hijas Victoria Robles[2] Main role

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Vanessa Guzmán gives brith to a boy". People en Español. January 14, 2008. Retrieved 15 August 2011.
  2. ^ "Vanessa Guzmán regresa a las telenovelas junto a Gabriel Soto en 'Soltero con hijas'". univision.com (in Spanish). 4 September 2019. Retrieved 19 October 2019.

External linksEdit

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
  Desiree Lowry
Miss Universe 4th Runner-Up
1996
Succeeded by
  Denny Méndez
Preceded by
Luz María Zetina
Nuestra Belleza México
1995
Succeeded by
Rebeca Tamez
Preceded by
Luz María Delgado
Nuestra Belleza Chihuahua
1996
Succeeded by
Banelly Carrasco