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Ari Telch is a well-known television actor, born in Mexico on May 7, 1962.
This Mexican TV and stage performer in telenovelas has made significant popularity in Mexico. In 2001, he co-starred with Leny Zundel in the stand-up comedy 'El Hermano Incómodo'.
'Contratiempo,' wherein he starred with Roxana Castellanos, was staged by his production firm in 2003. Ari Telch received the Best Actor award from the ACPT for this production, a Best New Actress award for Castellanos, and a Best Script award for Mauricio Pichardo. Luis E. Reyes was nominated for Best Director as well.
Ari, a well-known stage actor of Jewish descent, reappeared on television the same year with 'Mirada De Mujer' (sequel) and toured the country with 'Contratiempo,' performing over 500 times. In 2005, he toured with 'Contractiempo' as part of the cast of the telenovela 'La Otra Mitad Del Sun'.
The stage actor estimated net worth is around $2 million, as per Wikipedia, IMDb, Forbes, and other web resources. He has been able to earn a sizable fortune through his profession as a famous TV actor.
Updates regarding per ear earning of Ari Telch are yet to be published as there is not much info regardings its details.
Ari Telch stands 5 ft 8 in (176 cm) tall.
As of 2022, Ari Telch, the TV actor, is 60 years old.
Ari Telch likes to keep his childhood and early life private as he does not talk about it in the media; thus, there are no details.
Ari Telch and his previous wife, actress Ninel Conde, have a daughter named Sofia. Later in 2001, he married Brazilian supermodel Marcia Da Cruz, and they had a daughter, Paulina.
Ari Telch Benforado, the Mexican actor, was born into a Jewish household and began his acting career alongside Manolo Fábregas in 'El Violinista En El Tejado' ('Fiddler On The Roof') stage play. 'Yankee,' his next play, was produced by Sabina Berman, who was Jewish. In 1988, he was cast in a play written for him by Luis Eduardo Reyes named 'Interés Social,' for which he won the National Theater Award. A year later, alongside Angélica Aragón, in 'Loco Amor' ('Fool For Love') by Sam Shepard.
In 1988, Ari Telch starred in telenovela, 'Dos Vidas' ('Two Lives'). He was nominated for a Best New Actor award by both magazines, TVyNovelas and Eres, for his performance. In 1989, he performed 'Flor Y Canela' on television and on stage in Silvia Pinal's 'Vamos A Contar Mentiras' and Joaquin Bissner's 'Querida Aqui Espantan.'
The following year, he joined the cast of 'Muchachitas,' a part that would garner him renown and notoriety, as well as an Eres magazine Best Actor award. The following year, the TV actor landed the lead part in the stage adaptation of 'La Tarea,' in which he performed with Maria Rojo, the film's co-star. Despite public outcry, the production was sold out and traveled the country, winning the Best Actor award. In the same year, the TV actor appeared in Patrick Süskind's 'El Contrabajo,' adapted by Nathán Grinberg.
Ari Telch won the Asociación de Criticos Profesionales de Teatro (ACPT) prize for this play, besides the Best Actor award at the Festival Internacional de las Artes in Costa Rica. With this play, he gave 2,500 performances in Mexico, the United States, and Costa Rica. In 1993, the TV actor appeared in Eduardo Palomo's comedy 'Una Pareja Con Angel,' which had 200 sold-out performances at the Xola theater in Mexico City. In the same year, he made his cinematic debut with the production of 'Novia Que Te Vea.'
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