César Évora - biography

TV Actor from Cuba

César Évora (born César Évora y Díaz on November 4, 1959 in Havana) is a Cuban telenovela actor. Évora started out his career in his native Cuba appearing in more than ten movies before moving to Mexico in the early 1990s. He became known for playing minor roles in the seminal Corazón salvaje and the long-running Agujetas de color de rosa in 1993 and 1994, respectively. In 1995 Évora won his first leading role playing opposite Daniela Romo in Si Dios Me Quita La Vida. Leading roles in Luz Clarita, Gente bien and especially El Privilegio de Amar soon established Évora as one of the most popular leading men in the industry. He has maintained a high profile after performances in successful productions such as La Madrastra, La esposa Virgen, and Mundo de Fieras. He recently acted in telenovelas Al diablo con los guapos, En nombre del amor, Triunfo del Amor, Abismo de pasión and Amor Bravío. Évora acquired Mexican citizenship in 1999. Évora is divorced from his first wife. He is currently married to Vivian Domínguez and has three children. He is the cousin of famed Cuban author Daína Chaviano.  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Known as
César Évora Díaz,Cesar Evora
Date of birth
1959-11-04
Place of birth
Havana
Nationality
Cuba
Spouse(s)
Vivian Domínguez

Performances

Year Performance Character
2009 Trópico de Sangre
2001 Embrace Me Tightly
1983 Amada

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