Monday, November 1, 2010

Sebastián Oscar Rulli (born July 6, 1975 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine-Mexican actor and model.
Before becoming the successful actor that he is today, Sebastián Rulli began his career modeling in many different countries in Europe, namely Spain, Italy and France as well as in Mexico and the United States. In Mexico, he then enrolled in Televisa's Centro de Educación Artística (CEA), where he studied acting. Rulli made his first appearance on Mexican television in the soap opera Primer amor... a mil por hora in 2000. He has gained great popularity since then. Sebastian Rulli has appeared in many other telenovelas, including Clase 406 (2002) and Rubí (2004), where he played "Héctor Ferrer." His most recent role was in Televisa's Un gancho al corazón as "Mauricio Sermeño," one of the main characters, along with La Monita.

William Levy (born William Guttierez Levy on August 29, 1980) is a Cuban actor and former model.

Levy was born in CojimarHavanaCuba and is the oldest of four siblings. He is of Jewish ancestry on his grandfather side. Levy migrated to Miami before his 13th birthday thanks to an immigration permit granted to his stepfather (a dissident) for him and his family to leave the island. He attended Chadwick School in California where he pursued his childhood passion: baseball. Levy studied Business Finance on an athletic scholarship. After two years, he dropped out of college to study acting in Los Angeles; he later also took acting classes in Miami and Mexico City (CEA, Televisa).

Won the most handsome award in 2006. Levy worked as a model for the agency Next Models, and later participated in two reality shows transmitted by TelemundoIsla de la Tentación and Protagonistas de Novela 2. In 2005 he performed at the Centro de Bellas Artes in San Juan Puerto Rico, starring in the play La Nena Tiene Tumbao.
His first debut on the Spanish language channel Univision, was with the Venevision International production: Olvidarte Jamas. He later appeared in Mi Vida Eres Tu andAcorralada.
In 2008, he participated in his first film Retazos de Vida directed by Viviana Cordero. The movie was filmed in GuayaquilEcuador.
He was invited by television producer Carla Estrada to participate in Pasión; his breakthrough in Mexican soap operas. His performance was so well received that Televisa later cast him as the lead in Cuidado con el Angel, with actress and ex- RBD singer Maite Perroni.[6] The show was first broadcasted in Mexico on June, 2008 and began airing in the United States on September, 2008 on Univision. It averaged 45.7 million viewers per evening according to Entertainment Weekly.
William finished filming Sortilegio with actress Jacqueline Bracamontes (Miss Mexico 2000), and produced by Carla Estrada on October 9, 2009. Sortilegio was transmitted on Univision and on its finale it drew 6.6 million vieweres beating ABC and CBS.
In November 2009, the actor lent his voice to the animated movie Planet 51 in its Spanish version. The movie opened on November 27 in Mexico, and won an award for best animated Spanish film of 2009 (Premios Goya) . Also from November 2009 to February 2010, William toured several Mexican cities with the play Un Amante a la Medida.. In June 2010 William presented his play in the United States.
William will be the protagonist of the weekend series "Derecho de Sangre", remake of the Mexican classic Cuna de Lobos, in which he will share credits with Colombian actress Danna Garcia.The series is expected to air in 2011.
He is currently shooting the mexican telenovela "Triunfo del Amor" remake of the Venezuelan classic "Cristal", in which he once again shares credits with Maite Perroni. The telenovela aired on October, 25, 2010 in El Canal de las Estrellas.

source" wikipedia,zimbio


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