Magali Boysselle

Inside Biography

Magali Boysselle, a Mexico-born actress got fame through her appearance in Los Sánchez (2004), Capadocia (2008), and Blind Date (2019). Turned professional in 1999, Boysselle records 27 acting credits that include her works in films The Wind of Fear (2007), Cantinflas (2014), and What We Could Be (2018). Over the years, she made notable theater appearances: The Metamorphosis of Ovid (2001), Romoe Y Julieta (2006), 3 in 1 Night (2011), and Blue Deseo (2014), to name a few.

When and Where Was Magali Boysselle Born?

Boysselle was born in Mexico and her birthday falls on November 1. Although she is low-key about her age, the actress is allegedly in her late 30s. Magali stands 5 ft. 2 inches tall (158 cm). 

She attended UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico) and studied Dramatic Literature for 2 years. Then, Magali worked at Ludwik Margules Theater Forum for 3 years. Her acting skills honed as she worked in the House of the Theater.

On-Screen Journey & Prominence: TV Series And Films

 Magali Boysselle made her TV screen debut in 1999 through doc u mentary Sacbé, la ruta maya and then worked in short-films The Endless Yellow Submarine (2000), The Cornfield (2002) and The Mirror (2003). Following guest appearances in TV series Daniela (2003) and Life is a Song (2004), she got her TV breakthrough with Los Sánchez (2004- 2005, 25 episodes) starring Saskia Seligman and Mario Alberto Monroy.

CAPTION: Magali Boysselle got her TV breakthrough with Los Sánchez SOURCE: Ileana Pereira

For nearly a decade (the mid-2000s to mid- 2010s), Boysselle majorly focused on movies. In 2007, she earned her film debut in Blue Eyelids appearing alongside Cecilia Suárez and Enrique Arreola. The same year, Magali shared the screen of horror mystery film The Wind of Fear with Martha Higareda, Verónica Langer, and María Aguilera.

Her other film appearances include El Lado Oscuro de La Noche (2011), En el ombligo del cielo (2012), Gloria (2014), Bad (2015), and Lo que podríamos ser (2018). Reportedly, Magali's 2014 film Cantinflas co-starring  Óscar Jaenada, Michael Imperioli and Ilse Salas, is the actress's highest-grossing film; it collected $17.99 million over the budget of $3 million.

Return To TV Prominence

In 2017, Boysselle portrayed the role of a reporter in crime-drama TV series Ingobernable (8 episodes) and then in mini-series Mita and Mita (13 episodes). She landed the role of Josefina Rivas in Prisoner No. 1 (2019, 15 episodes) starring Erik Hayser, Alejandra Ambrosi, and Jimena Bilsup. Also, in 2019, Magali worked in 61 episodes of Cita a ciegas (translated as 'Blind Date'alongside Sofía Garza, Victoria Ruffo, and Arturo Peniche.

The Mexican actress made a guest appearance as Therapist in Netflix series Dark Desire (2020), starring Maite Perroni and Jorge Poza. After successful completion of Season 1 (18 episodes), the series was renewed for another season on August 19, 2020, with the premiere set for 2021.

How Much Is Magali's Net Worth In 2020?

The 'Blind Date' actress barely reveals much about her financial portfolio to the public. But thanks to her acting career spanning over 2 decades that grabbed her a considerable amount of fortune. As per online sources, Magali Boysselle has a net worth of USD $300,000 as of August 2020.

On average, a Mexican actor/actress earns MXN 343,671 per year (USD $15,800 annually). Since, Boysselle is well-established already, she indeed grabs much more sum.

Magali Boysselle's Relationship Status: Dating Or Married?

Throughout these years, Magali never publically talked about her relationship status. No reports on her married life or husband ever came up. Even though, she is an avid user of Instagram (37.5K followers in August 2020) and Facebook, barely any details on her love life flashes.

Quite often, Boysselle shares about her projects, vacations & moments with family on her Instagram. The Mexican actress is yet to open up about dating status & relationship history.

by chandra, 31 Aug, 2020

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