| Mauricio Islas|
1992 - present
| Juan Mauricio Islas Ilescas|
August 16, 1973 (age 42) (1973-08-16) Mexico City, Mexico
Amores de Mercado
Patricia Villasana (m. 2001–2006)
Emiliano Islas, Camila Islas
Cielo rojo, Real Love, El Manantial, Pecados ajenos, Prisionera
Edith Gonzalez, Adela Noriega, Genesis Rodriguez, Patricia Villasana, Iran Castillo
Mauricio Islas Wikipedia
Mauricio Islas (born Juan Mauricio Islas Ilescas; 16 August 1973) is a Mexican television and film actor. He is best known for his work in telenovelas.
Born in Mexico City, Mexico, Islas is the son of businessman, Juan Islas, and Rosalinda Ilescas, and the youngest of two brothers.
After working in various telenovelas, Islas made his protagonist debut in Preciosa, alongside Irán Castillo in 1998.
From then on he continued working mainly as a leading actor, but occasionally playing villains, as in his 2000 participation in Primer amor... a mil por hora where he interpreted the malicious Demián and in 2006 Amores de Mercado, starring as the evil Fernando Leyra.
In 2001, he starred in El manantial, alongside Adela Noriega. He won a TVyNovelas Award for his performance. In 2003, he starred in the acclaimed historical telenovela, Amor real, interpreting the army soldier, Adolfo Solis.
In 2004, he signed a contract with Telemundo and starred in Prisionera, Amores de Mercado, Pecados Ajenos and other successful productions of the network.
He returned to Mexico in 2010 and starred in Azteca's telenovelas, La Loba and Cielo Rojo.
On November 29, 2001, he married Venezuelan singer, Patricia Villasaña. They had a daughter, Camila, born on May 3, 2002. They divorced in 2006 after Islas' underage sex scandal with 16-year-old Prisionera co-star, Génesis Rodríguez.
He has a son, Emiliano, with his current partner, Paloma Quezada. The baby was born on February 24, 2011 in El Paso, Texas.