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Sebastián Ligarde

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Nationality  AmericanMexican
Residence  Puebla, Mexico
Role  Actor
Name  Sebastian Ligarde
Occupation  Actor, director

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Full Name  Amedee Gerardo Ligarde Mayaudon
Born  January 26, 1954 (age 61) (1954-01-26) Laredo, Texas, United States
Years active  1976-2009; 2014-present
Spouse  Jorge Lopez Lira (m. 2013)
Education  University of Texas at Austin
Movies and TV shows  Salome, Survive!, The Dark Forest
Parents  Emma Armantina Mayaudon Lopez, Amedee Ligarde Saenz

Similar  Ernesto Laguardia, Rafael Rojas, Adela Noriega

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Sebastián Ligarde ([seβasˈtjan liɣarðe]; born January 26, 1954) is an American actor and acting coach best known for his work in telenovelas and the big screen. In his four decade career he has appeared in more than 25 TV shows and over 90 films - most of them in first billing.


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In 2015, Ligarde will portray "Dr. Raimundo Acosta" in the upcoming UniMás TV series Demente Criminal, in which his former student Enrique Alejandro will interpret "Billy".

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Born Amedee Gerardo Ligarde Mayaudon to Tejano-American father Amedee Ligarde Saenz, and Mexican mother Emma Armantina Mayaudon Lopez, this duo-national began his acting career in Mexico in the play Fortune and Men's Eyes in 1974. He obtained his first film role in Supervivientes de los Andes two years later. He graduated with a degree in film directing and a minor in acting from the University of Texas at Austin, and then moved to Mexico to continue his acting career. Before finding steady work in Mexico, he appeared in various USA film and television productions with Alfred Hitchcock, John Hurt, and Richard Harris.

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Ligarde became known in Mexico after landing the role of Memo in the successful TV series Quinceañera in 1987. His very famous phrase "Serena Morena" has remained a public domain after two decades. From 1986 thru 2003 he remained an exclusive actor for the Mexican Television Producer Televisa. His popular roles in telenovelas such as Lo Blanco y lo Negro, Entre la Vida y la Muerte, María la del Barrio, Salomé, Tú y yo, Belinda and most recently Demente Criminal have kept him a household name. Ligarde is usually seen playing the role of a villain, degenerate, or miscreant.

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He was awarded the Diosa de Plata and El Heraldo, both for Best Film Actor in El Homicida. Ligarde has also obtained four TVyNovelas Awards (Mexico's equivalent of an Emmy Award) for Pobre Juventud, Quinceañera, Entre La Vida y La Muerte, and an Honorary Award in 2002. In 2002 the League of United Latin American Citizens named him "Sr. Internacional" for his contribution to that society and as "Honorary President of the Republic of the Rio Grande" for his contributions to the state of Texas.

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In 2005, Ligarde played "Gonzalo Montero", the alcoholic antagonist in Olvidarte Jamás for Venevision. He also portrayed "Alan" and "George Smith" in their TV series Mi Vida Eres Tu.

In 2006, he became the acting coach for Venevision and made a special appearance in Acorralada.

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In 2007, Ligarde played the villain "Manuel" in Telemundo's Pecados Ajenos. That same year, and for Telemundo Productions, he also made two guest appearances in the TV series Decisiones.

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In 2008, he played the antagonist "Santori" (a Vatican City paid hit-man) in the mini-series Gabriel. This project, made by Mega-Films, reunites him with Chayanne whom he co-starred with in their first telenovela for both actors in 1986 Pobre Juventud.

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Ligarde has been teaching acting at Taller de Actuación Sebastián Ligarde since 2006 in Miami. He trains actors in film acting, and is the only known "Meisner in Spanish" teacher. After 35 years as an actor he now enjoys his own acting academy and has, for now, retired from acting. His past students include Thalía, William Levy, Jencarlos Canela, Enrique Alejandro, Elizabeth Gutiérrez, Alejandro de la Madrid, Julián Gil, Frances Ondiviela, Daniel Elbittar, and Sissi Fleitas.

In 2015, Taller de Actuación Sebastián Ligarde will also open in Houston, Texas.

Personal life

In a 2013 interview with TVyNovelas magazine, Ligarde came out as gay, saying he has been in a stable relationship for the last 20 years. He credits performer Ricky Martin, who came out in 2010, as his inspiration.


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