Angelique Boyer

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Angelique Boyer
AngeliqueTeresa.jpg
BornAngelique Monique Paulette Boyer Rousseau
(1988-07-04) July 4, 1988 (age 26)
Saint-Claude, Jura, France
OccupationActress, model, singer
Years active2004–present
Partner(s)
  • José Alberto Castro (2011–14)
ParentsPatrick Boyer
Sylvie Rousseau (deceased)
 
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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Boyer and the second or maternal family name is Rousseau.
Angelique Boyer
AngeliqueTeresa.jpg
BornAngelique Monique Paulette Boyer Rousseau
(1988-07-04) July 4, 1988 (age 26)
Saint-Claude, Jura, France
OccupationActress, model, singer
Years active2004–present
Partner(s)
  • José Alberto Castro (2011–14)
ParentsPatrick Boyer
Sylvie Rousseau (deceased)

Angelique Boyer (Spanish pronunciation: [aɲɟʝeˈlik βoˈʝeɾ]), born Angélique Monique Paulette Boyer Rousseau (French pronunciation: ​[ɑ̃ʒelik mɔnik polɛt bwa.jeʁ ʁuso]), on July 4, 1988 in Saint-Claude, Jura, France, is a French-born Mexican actress, model, and singer.

She started her career playing secondary roles in the telenovelas Rebelde, Muchachitas como tú, and Corazón Salvaje. In 2010, she was given her first protagonist role in Teresa, a remake of the 1959 telenovela. In Teresa, Boyer portrays Teresa Chávez Aguirre, a young woman who will use her beauty and ambition to escape from her impoverished life in a poor Mexico City neighborhood.[1] Her acting and portrayal received widespread critical acclaim from critics and audiences alike, and in 2011 she won the Premios TVyNovelas "Best Actress of the Year" for her work in Teresa .[2]

Boyer was included in Los 50 más bellos list of People en Español, a list of Latino celebrities chosen for their beauty.[3] In 2012, she was given her second protagonist role in Abismo de Pasión. Now currently she is starring in Lo Que La Vida Me Robó with Sebastian Rulli and [Luis Roberto Guzman].

Biography[edit]

Boyer she was born in Saint-Claude, Jura, France.[4] She has said personally that her mother, whose maiden name is "Rousseau", was born in Mexico to French parents.[5] In 1990, Boyer's family moved to Mexico. In reference to her parents migration to Mexico; Boyer quotes "I am very thankful for my parents' decision, because it was a choice between either Spain or Mexico".[5]

At a very young age, she became a member of the musical group "Rabanitos Verdes" (Little Green Radishes). Later, she continued on with a dream of becoming an actress. At the age of eight she enrolled in the Centro de Educación Artística, where she later graduated at the age of 12.

While filming Rebelde, she and two other co-stars - the characters of Celina (Estefanía Villareal) and José Luján (Zoraida Gómez) - formed the band Citricus or C3Q'S, which recorded one song - "No Me Importa" ("I don't care"); though it was only a single, the song went on to be played aired during a special concert show and was used as soundtrack during the rest of the show when characters acted rebellious. The song became a favorite of fans, but was overshadowed by the main cast RBD's two albums.

After Rebelde, Boyer auditioned for Bailando por la Boda de mis Sueños (Dancing for my Dream Wedding), a charity show in which less fortunate contestants are paired with celebrities in order to have their dream wedding paid for. Boyer has been featured in H Para Hombres and the Mexican edition of Maxim. In 2007, she began to appear regularly on another television series, Muchachitas como tu. Her mother Sylvie Rousseau passed away on June 17, 2014 at age of 49.

Transition to mature roles[edit]

In 2009, she was cast in the high crime drama television series Mujeres Asesinas 2 as a violent killer, a role she welcomed as a contrast to the "good-girl" characters she typically portrayed. Roles which later broke new ground for her were the big budget telenovela projects in 2010 Corazón salvaje and in 2011 Teresa as main protagonist and main villain.[6] These controversial roles marked a significant change in Boyer's acting career, for this was the first time fans had seen the actress in more mature roles.

Not long after she was the main protagonist-antagonist in Teresa, she participated in a theatre role, Ausencia de Dios (God's Absence) she went from "la hembra mala" (femme fatale) to a "monja" (a nun in catholic religion), where she worked with Raquel Olmedo once again, and Jacqueline Andere.

In 2012, Angelique Boyer starred in the telenovela Abismo de Pasion with David Zepeda. She played Elisa Castañón, a young, innocent woman forbidden to be with the love of her life, Damian Arango, played by David Zepeda, due to family differences and secrets.[7]

On June 26, 2013, it was confirmed that Angelique Boyer (along with Sebastián Rulli and Luis Roberto Guzmán) will star in Angelli Nesma's Lo Que La Vida Me Robó, a remake of Ernesto Alonso's Bodas de odio produced in 1983.[8]

Filmography[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
2004Corazones al límiteAnetteSpecial Appearance
2004–06RebeldeVictória "Vico" PazRecurring Character
2007Muchachitas como tuMargarita VillaseñorAntagonist
2008–09Alma de HierroSandra "Sandy" HierroYoung Protagonist
2009Mujeres Asesinas 2Soledad Oropeza "Cindy"Episode: "Soledad, Cautiva"
2009–10Corazón SalvajeJimena / Estrella / Ángela VillarrealYoung Protagonist
2010–11TeresaTeresa Chávez AguirreProtagonist
2012Abismo de PasionElisa Castañón BouvierProtagonist
2013–14Lo Que La Vida Me RobóMontserrat Mendoza GiacintiProtagonist

Awards and nominations[edit]

YearAwardCategoryWorkResult
2010Premios TVyNovelasBest young actressCorazón salvajeNominated
Premios People en EspañolBest young actressNominated[9]
2011Premios TVyNovelasBest actressTeresaWon
Premios People en EspañolBest couples (whit Aarón Díaz)Nominated[10]
Best couples (whit Sebastián Rulli)Nominated[11]
Best actressNominated
Kids Choice Awards MéxicoFavorite female character in a seriesNominated[12]
DespicableNominated
Premios BravoBest actressWon[13]
Premios JuventudBest couples (whit Aarón Díaz and Sebastián Rulli)Won
Girl of my dreamsNominated
2012Premios ACEBest Lead ActressWon[14]
Premios People en EspañolBest couples (whit David Zepeda)Abismo de pasiónNominated
Best actressNominated
Kids Choice Awards MéxicoFavorite ActressNominated[15]
Premios JuventudGirl of my dreamsNominated[16]
2013Premios TVyNovelasBest Lead ActressNominated
2014Premios JuventudGirl of my dreamsLo que la vida me robóWon[17][18]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Es 'Teresa' temible". Retrieved 23 August 2011. 
  2. ^ "Los Premios Tv y Novelas reúnen a famosos". Retrieved 23 August 2011. 
  3. ^ "Los 50 más bellos - Angélique Boyer". Retrieved 23 August 2011. 
  4. ^ Angélique Boyer biography at esmas (in Spanish)
  5. ^ a b "Angelique Boyer in Univision's Sal y Pimienta". Retrieved 23 August 2011. 
  6. ^ "Angelique Boyer será mujer asesina", El Universal, 27 April 2009 (in Spanish)
  7. ^ 'Abismo de Pasión' arranca grabaciones en Mérida
  8. ^ Angelique Boyer y Sebastián Rulli son los protagonistas de "Bodas de Odio"
  9. ^ People en Español. "Ganadores Premios People en Español 2010, categoría Novelas". www.peopleenespanol.com. 
  10. ^ Ganadores Premios People en Español 2011, categoría Novelas
  11. ^ People en Español. "Ganadores Premios People en Español 2011, categoría Novelas". www.peopleenespanol.com. 
  12. ^ Milenio. "Nickelodeon dio a conocer los nominados para la edición mexicana de los ‘Kids Chice Awards’". www.milenio.com. 
  13. ^ Televisa (October 13, 2011). "Triunfan 'Teresa' y 'Para volver a amar' en Premios Bravo". Retrieved November 8, 2012. 
  14. ^ "Angelique Boyer la mejor actriz de Telenovela de los Premios Ace 2012". Lasnoticiasmexico. Retrieved November 8, 2012. 
  15. ^ Terra (July 7, 2010). ""Grachi" la principal nominada de los Kids' Choice Awards México". entretenimiento.terra.com. 
  16. ^ Star Media Latinoamérica. "Angelique Boyer, la favorita para "la chica que me quita el sueño", Premios Juventud 2012". entretenimiento.starmedia.com. 
  17. ^ "Lista completa de nominados Premios Juventud 2014" (in Spanish). May 7, 2014. Retrieved May 19, 2014. 
  18. ^ "Las actrices más sexys que quitan el sueño" (in Spanish). Retrieved May 19, 2014. 

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