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Rodrigo Nehme

Rodrigo Nehme (born Rodrigo Vázquez Nehme; 22 August 1982 in Mexico City) is a Mexican actor known for his performance in the Mexican telenovela Rebelde as Nico Huber.

Rodrigo Nehme was born to a Mexican father, Jorge Vázquez Fernández Leal, and a Mexican mother of Lebanese ascent, Monica Nehme El Azar. He was brought up in Guadalajara along with his older sister, where he studied in the of American School Foundation of Guadalajara [1] (not to be confused with the American School Foundation [2] in Mexico City). Later on he lived in San Diego, California, where he obtained his GED and studied Culinary Arts. He then returned to Mexico where he discovered his true passion, acting. He started modeling at 16 years old doing commercials for TV. During that time, he was asked to host the cooking section of a TV program, and then he studied at the "Centro de Educación Artística" [3] (Artistic Education Center) in Mexico City. Nehme got his break by playing Nico, a Jewish teenager, in Rebelde, a highly successful Mexican series. He has also participated in several other programs produced by Televisa. [4]

He is currently the Commercial Director for Grupo Once.

Filmography

  • El Club (2002) TV series, Host, Televisa
  • Rebelde (2004–06) TV series, Televisa
  • Celebremos México: Hecho en México (2005) TV program, Host, Televisa
  • Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real (2006) TV series, Televisa
  • Che-k-T-esto (2006) TV series, Host, Televisa
  • Cheetah Girls 2 (2006), TV movie, uncredited performer
  • AMD (2006) TV series, Televisa
  • Las Vecinas (2006) TV series, Jorvi Entertainment/USA
  • Mujer, La Serie (2007) TV miniseries, Televisa
  • Decisiones (2007) TV series, Telemundo/RTI
  • Estilos (2007) TV program, RCN/Colombia
  • Ugly Betty (2007) TV series, ABC/Televisa
  • Maria de Todos Los Angeles (2008) TV series, Televisa

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