Mario Cimarro is a Cuban actor who played the role of Juan in the telenovela Los Herederos Del Monte. He also had a recurring role on USA Network's Necessary Roughness.
Early life, Bio and Education of Mario Cimarro
Mario Cimarro was born as Mario Antonio Cimarro Paz on June 1, 1971, in Havana, Cuba. He belongs to white ethnicity and holds an American, Cuban nationality.
Cimarro studied acting from a young age and wound up with a degree in Drama. He studied intensively with preeminent teachers, including Bill Alderson and Adriana Barraza.
After completing graduation in drama, he started to chase his pa s sion in acting and got a break on the big screen with the Baz Luhrmann directed movie Romeo and Juliet starring alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes.
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I carry your heart with me,I carry it in my heart,i am never without it,anywhere i go you go, Here is the deepest secret here is the root of the root and the bud of the bud and the sky of the sky of a tree called life;which grows higher than the soul can hope or mind can hide and this is the wonder that's keeping the stars apart I carry your heart,I carry it in my heart
Later on, he appeared with Louis Gosset Jr. in Managua. He traveled to various places like Argentina, Venezuela, and Colombia in search of a good career where he worked with top writers, producers, and directors. There he appeared in numerous Latin-American cultural iconic series including Pa s sion de Gavilanes and El Cuerpo del Deseo which also fulfilled his desire to work with the widely popular writer Julio Jimenes and director Rodrigo Triana.
Moving on to his small-screen appearances, Mario is playing a recurring role of Augusto on the USA Network's Necessary Roughness. He performs a Spanish chef that returns incognito to team up with Dr. Dani in the popular US series.
Personal life: Marriage, Wife
Mario Cimarro is currently single. Previously, he married Spanish actress, Natalia Streignard who is well known for her work in Venezuelan telenovelas for more than 15 years.
According to sources, the duo first met on the set of "La Mujer de Mi Vida." Soon after knowing each other, they started dating from June 1998.
After a year of their relationship, the couple tied the knot on 10th June 1999, and after living together for seven years, they departed and filed for divorce in 2006.
Their divorce got confirmed on 14 September 2006. In one of the interviews, she claimed "incompatibility" as the reasons behind their divorce.
After their divorce, Natalia met an Italian businessman Donato Calandriello in 2008 and the same year, on 27 September, the pair tied the knot and had three children.
Cimarro also began dating Mexican actress Vanessa Villela from 2008. They made a couple of public appearances together which practically confirmed their relationship.
Unfortunately, they broke up their relationship after dating for five years of long in 2013.
After the end of 7 years long marital life, in 2008, he started dating Mexican actress Vanessa Villela. Currently, there are no rumors about his dating affair history.
Talking about his past relationships, Cimarro also linked to Mexican Actress Zuria Vega.
Mario Cimarro earned a good amount of money from his successful career as an actor. His current net worth is around $ 5million.
by ab-niranjan, 16 Jul, 2017