Roxana Diaz Burgos
Roxana Diaz Burgos
|Born:||February 20, 1972|
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Roxana entered the art world as a model of Mariela Centeno Agency in 1990. She became known through her participation in parades and in television commercials (especially as a brand image of jeans), who not only for Venezuela but also for other countries like Dominican Republic and Argentina.
Her modeling instructor, Mariela Centeno, recommended to showoff her physical in the Miss Venezuela, and although she did not inspire much thought, decided to accept this challenge that lasted only 6 months, since she had to leave the contest.
Parallel to that conducted acting workshops, Roxana met a young man who worked at Marte TV and who advised her to make a casting that gave her the opportunity to participate in the telenovela "Sirena", playing the evil Porfiria.
With the same producer, made a teen drama that never aired and was called "Ángeles y Arcángeles." Pamela Alvarado gave life to the drama production "La hija del presidente." Then she made her first protagonist role in "La llaman Mariamor" where she teamed with Saul Marin.
Here she paused in her career and left Marte TV off because they had no plans at the moment with her. That was when José Simón Escalona called to be the main figure with Carlos Montilla in the dramatic "Aunque me cueste la vida."
After that soap opera set Roxana television commitments with another plant, then returned to RCTV to give us her performance as Margaret in the soap opera "Mis Tres hermanas." After Avril Zurli portrayed in the hit telenovela "Carissima" and immediately was called to work in "Juana la Virgen" where she played Carlota Vivas.
- Pobre millonaria (2007-2008)
- Doctor G y las mujeres (2007)
- Por Todo lo Alto (2006)
- ¡Qué Buena se puso Lola!(2004)
- Juana la Virgen (2002)
- Carissima (2001)
- Mis Tres hermanas (2000)
- Cuando Hay Pasion (1999)
- Aunque me Cueste la Vida (1998)
- La Llaman Mariamor (1996)
- Angeles y arcangeles (1995)
- La Hija del Presidente (1994)
- Sirena (1993)
- La Señora de Cárdenas (2003)