Francisco Gattorno
Cuban actor
Francisco Gattorno
Francisco Alejandro Gattorno Sánchez, better known in the show business world plainly as Francisco Gattorno, is a Cuban actor. He owns property in Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida.
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Azela Robinson festejará sus 46 años con nueva telenovela - Univisión
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El melodrama, que comenzará a grabarse en septiembre próximo, será protagonizado por Francisco Gattorno, Angelique Boyer, Juan Soler, Sebastián Zurita, Altair Jarabo, Alexis Ayala, Raquel Olmedo, Éric del Castillo y Brandon Peniche, por mencionar
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Francisco Gattorno será el villano de "A Flor De Piel" - Univisión
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Francisco Gattorno participó en Cañaveral De Pasiones y seré el villano de A Flor De Piel. Francisco Gattorno participará en la nueva telenovela de Angelli Nesma, A Flor De Piel. El actor realizará su primer villano en este remake de Cañaveral De
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¿No hay cubanos en las cadenas hispanas? - El Nuevo Herald
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Sin contar que en los elencos de las telenovelas de Televisa que trasmite son frecuentes los rostros de los galanes William Levy, César Evora y Francisco Gattorno, o la presencia de actores de reparto como Raquel Olmedo, la Oriana de Teresa
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Industrialización y comercio capitalista: los inmigrantes (Parte I) - La Tribuna.hn
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... políticos de importancia en las comunidades donde se situaban, a manera de ejemplo podemos mencionar que, en 1909, Francisco Gattorno se encargaba de guardar las colectas de los derechos municipales en importaciones y exportaciones de mercaderías
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Altair Jarabo tiene varias propuestas en puerta - TVNotas
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... por Caridad Bravo Adams y adaptada por María del Carmen Peña y Cuauhtémoc Blanco. Fue protagonizada por Daniela Castro, Juan Soler y Francisco Gattorno, además de contar con las participaciones antagónicas de Azela Robinson y Roberto Ballesteros
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Dedicó Caridad Bravo Adams su vida a escribir historias dramáticas - SDP Noticias
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Producida por Christian Bach y Humberto Zurita en 1996, "Cañaveral de pasiones" contó con las actuaciones de Daniela Castro, Angélica Aragón, Francisco Gattorno, Patricia Navidad, Alma Delfina, Jorge Russek y Azela Robinson, entre otros
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Anahí no puede con protagónico, se termina "Dos Hogares". - impre.com
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La telenovela será sustituida por "Cañaveral de pasiones", una telenovela que fue un éxito a finales de los 90 y que estuvo producida por Humberto Zurita y Christian Bach, protagonizada por Daniela Castro, Francisco Gattorno y Juan Soler
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Empleadas y patrones - Lanacion.com (Argentina)
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Elenco: Isabella Santo Domingo, Aida Morales, Rosa Isabel Lorenzo, Francisco Gattorno, María Alejandra Palacios, Juan Javid Valdez. Distribuidora: Barakacine. Duración: 64 minutos. Calificación: apta para mayores de 13 años
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'Piel de Estrellas', entre leyendas y celebridades muy sensuales - Univisión
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Aleida Nuñez y Francisco Gattorno interpretaron la leyenda de la Flor, donde un hombre se enamora de una mujer etérea, cuya sola mirada era capaz de llevarlo al paraíso. La sesión de fotos en el Parador San Juan de Dios fue llevada a cabo con los
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El juego del casting: Doña Maruja y el nuevo “Cañaveral” - Univisión
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Francisco Gattorno, Patricia Navidad, Angélica Aragón, Azela Robinson, Alma Delfina y los desaparecidos Fernando Balzaretti y Jorge Russek. Protagonistas de lujo. Daniela Castro, que era la Maite Perroni de esa época, y Juan Soler que,
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Anahí y sus galanes - quien.com
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A la cantante le tocó interpretar a Jessica una niña rica y voluntariosa, que se enamora del profesor Santiago, interpretado por Francisco Gattorno, es tanta la obsesión del personaje de Anahí que hace hasta lo imposible por tenerlo a su lado
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Angélica Rivera... A través del tiempo - Azteca Espectáculos
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De ahí siguieron “Simplemente María" (1989), “Alcanzar una estrella II" (1991), “Sueño de amor" (1993) y sobre todo, la telenovela que la catapultó como el rostro de la televisión fue “La dueña" (1995), junto a Francisco Gattorno, Cynthia Klitbo
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Francisco Gattorno ridiculiza a políticos en 'Secuestro a Domicilio' - Terra México
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La cinta propone una reflexión sobre esas cosas", considera en entrevista Francisco Gattorno, quien forma parte de la cinta. En este filme, el cubano da vida a un candidato a la presidencia de Panamá, por lo que buscó ridiculizar a los políticos
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La servidumbre se levanta en armas y toma de rehén a político - El Universal.mx
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Rosa Isabel Lorenzo (de pie) jamás había actuado; comparte créditos con el actor cubano (Foto: ESPECIAL ) A Francisco Gattorno, actor de la telenovela Clase 406 y el filme Fresa y chocolate, le exigieron que jamás hablara con la panameña Rosa Isabel
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Jorge Salinas participará en 'Monte Calvario' - TVNotas
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Debemos recordar que 'Monte Calvario' es la nueva adaptación del melodrama 'Cañaveral de Pasiones' que se realizó en 1996 y que fue protagonizada por Daniela Castro, Juan Soler y Francisco Gattorno. En esa versión, los productores fueron Humberto
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Regresa Gattorno a marquesinas. Con Maxine Woodside - RadioFórmula
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El actor cubano Francisco Gattorno vuelve a las marquesinas en México con la cinta "Secuestro a domicilio" de clasificación "B" y en la que actúan además Rosa Lorenzo, Isabella Santodomingo y Aída Villalobos, dirigida por Abner Benaim
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Francisco Gattorno
    FORTIES
  • 2013
    Age 48
    In 2013, he joined the cast of the telenovela Lo Que La Vida Me Robó playing Sandro Navarez, the secondary villain.
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  • 2012
    Age 47
    In 2012, he joined the cast of the telenovela Amores verdaderos (telenovela), playing Santino "Salsero" Roca, the main antagonist / main villain of the story.
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    In 2012, he returned to the telenovela with his friends Altair Jarabo and Sabine Moussier, along with fellow Cuban actor and friend César Évora in 1996.
    More Details Hide Details In the new version of Abismo de pasion is based on the remake of Cañaveral de Pasiones. He played Braulio is a Gabino and Lucio's boss of Arango Pepper Processing Company (La Anita/Santa Maria)'s peppers worker, he is the stepfather of Vicente (Adriano Zendejas) and husband of Antonia (Vanessa Arias).
  • 2009
    Age 44
    In 2009, He will play his Antonella's father Violeta Isfel in Atrévete a soñar.
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    He also returned in 2009 to Mexican telenovelas with his appearance alongside Sabine Moussier in the Televisa telenovela Mi Pecado.
    More Details Hide Details He played Rodolfo Huerta, father of Julian Eugenio Siller and Josue (Diego Amozurrutia), husband of Justina and he plays a teacher.
  • 2006
    Age 41
    In 2006 Gattorno starred in the new Telemundo version of Julio Jimenez's, La Viuda de Blanco where he played the role of Sebastian Blanco and shared credits with Mexican actress Itatí Cantoral.
    More Details Hide Details He also starred in the Panamanian film Chance which won an international award in Habana, in 2010.
  • 2005
    Age 40
    Gattorno played Roberto in the 2005 movie La Migra, which was titled Murder on the Border to English speaking audiences.
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    In 2005, Gattorno was incorporated as a new Telemundo star in the network's original production Tierra de Pasiones where he played the role of Pablo Gonzalez and shared credits with stars like Venezuelan actress Gabriela Spanic, Argentine actor Saul Lizaso and legendary Mexican actor and comedian Héctor Suárez.
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    In 2005, Gattorno hosted Premios Lo Nuestro, an important award show seen all over Latin America.
    More Details Hide Details He also participated in two special editions of the show, named Noche de Estrellas: Premios lo Nuestro and Lo que no se Vio de Premios lo Nuestro.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2004
    Age 39
    In September 2004 he began a relationship with the Spanish Repertory Theatre of New York debuting there as the Lector (Juan Julián) in the World Premiere in Spanish of Pulitzer Prize Winning Drama Ana en el trópico by Cuban playwright, Nilo Cruz.
    More Details Hide Details The play garnered critical acclaim and became part of the theater's repertory of plays. It has been playing ever since. Gattorno also played Miguel in the popular comedy titled Las quiero a las dos by Ricardo Talesnik and also played a priest in Escrito y Sellado by Venezuelan playwright Isaac Chocrón. All of these plays have were directed by Repertorio Español's Artistic Director and Co-Founder, René Buch, also Cuban.
    He used this time off, however, to appear on Don Francisco's talk show Don Francisco Presenta, on February 4, 2004.
    More Details Hide Details On April 8, he appeared alongside Raúl De Molina and Lili Estefan in their gossip show, El Gordo y La Flaca, and he co-hosted El Escandalo del Mediodia alongside Charytín, from August 16 to August 20. he returned to telenovela acting, characterizing Federico in Las Lloronas, and appeared in Cristina Saralegui's show during El Show de Cristinas Christmas special in December of that year.
  • 2002
    Age 37
    By then, Gattorno's fame had made him appear on the covers of some major Spanish language magazines in the United States. Gattorno finished 2002 (and began 2003) acting in another major teenage telenovela hit, Clase 406, where he acted alongside Michelle Vieth.
    More Details Hide Details Gattorno then took a one-year and a half hiatus from telenovelas.
    During 2002, Gattorno participated in a telenovela that was geared towards teenagers and which became a major hit: alongside Daniela Luján, Belinda Peregrin, Laura Flores and former Menudo Johnny Lozada, among others, Gattorno acted in Cómplices al rescate, a romantic story about youngsters trying to repair some broken relationships.
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  • 2001
    Age 36
    Gattorno continued his 2001 work with El Noveno mandamiento.
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    Gattorno then travelled to Colombia in 2001, to play Andres Bustamante in Amantes del Desierto.
    More Details Hide Details Soon after, he met Belmaris González Suazo, a Cuban ballet dancer who would become Gattorno's second wife. The couple share two daughters, Isabella and Carolina Alicia.
  • 2000
    Age 35
    Gattorno and Klithbo eventually divorced; Gattorno's fame kept growing, and, in 2000, he made his Hollywood debut, as Jorge Camacho in the low-budget film Before Night Falls.
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  • 1999
    Age 34
    Gattorno and Èvora acted together once again in 1999's Laberintos de Pasion.
    More Details Hide Details Laberintos de Pasion was another major Televisa hit, by then, Gattorno had become a sex symbol among females in Mexico and Latin America, and among Hispanic females in the United States. He also participated that year in Entre la Tarde y la Noche.
  • 1998
    Age 33
    In 1998, Gattorno participated in an action film, Engaño Mortal.
    More Details Hide Details He also acted as Alvaro San Roman in a telenovela named Preciosa.
  • 1996
    Age 31
    In 1996, Gattorno acted alongside another list of well-known actors, including Costa Rican Maribel Guardia and Mexicans Joan Sebastian (Guardia's longtime husband), Olga Breeskin, Sebastian Ligarde, Claudio Báez, Itatí Cantoral, César Bono, José Ángel Garcia, Carlos Miguel, Guadalupe Esparza (of the well-known music group Bronco) and many others in Tu y Yo, which became an international hit, becoming one of the most viewed shows among Hispanics in the United States.
    More Details Hide Details Tu y Yo was followed by Cañaveral de Pasiones, where Gattorno acted alongside fellow Cuban César Évora and other well-known Mexican actors, such as Angélica Aragón and others. Cañaveral de Pasiones was an important stepping stone in Gattorno's career; after this soap opera was over, many media outlets began to talk about his relationship with Klitbo, with whom he did not have any children.
  • 1995
    Age 30
    Having established himself in Mexico, Gattorno debuted on Televisa's telenovelas in 1995, acting as Josè Maria in La Dueña.
    More Details Hide Details In La Dueña, Gattorno acted alongside well-known Mexican actors such as Angélica Rivera, Salvador Sánchez and Eduardo Santamarina, among others. He also met his future wife, Cynthia Klitbo, at the time, a budding star herself.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1994
    Age 29
    In 1994 was a breakthrough year for Gattorno: he moved to Mexico, participating in the well-known film Fresa y Chocolate ("Strawberry and Chocolate"), a film about a homosexual who falls in love with a communist man.
    More Details Hide Details Gattorno played Miguel in Fresa y Chocolate.
  • 1993
    Age 28
    Gattorno travelled to Chile before 1993 was over, to participate in filmmaker Paola Castillo's short production, Los Perros Tambien Tienen Hambre.
    More Details Hide Details Los Perros Tambien Tienen Hambre runs for an approximate total of four minutes.
    In 1993, Gattorno proceeded to work on another Cuban film, Sueño Tropical.
    More Details Hide Details Gattorno was by then a well-known actor in Cuba. His salaries, however, were comparatively small compared to those of well known actors in other Latin American countries.
  • 1992
    Age 27
    His next job took him to Spain, as he participated in the 1992 Cuban-Spaniard production Me Alquilo Para Soñar.
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  • 1989
    Age 24
    In 1989 he played a small role in 1989's Papeles Secundarios ("Secondary Roles").
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  • 1985
    Age 20
    In 1985, 21-year-old Gattorno made his professional film debut, participating as Miguel in a Cuban production Una Novia para David ("A Girlfriend for David").
    More Details Hide Details Before this chance he had played in amateur films as Tomas Piard's Boceto where he made a brief full frontal nudity. Three years passed, before Gattorno got his next job in this media, in El Verano de la Señora Forbes ("The Summer of Miss Forbes"). El Verano de la Señora Forbes gave Gattorno his first exposition in Mexico and was also seen in the Netherlands.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1964
    Born
    Born on October 12, 1964.
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