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Biography Angelique Boyer

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Angelique Boyer (born July 4, 1988 as Monique Paulette Boyer Rousseau) is a French-born Mexican actress. She was born in Saint-Claude, Jura, France.

While she was still an infant, in 1990, her family moved to Mexico. Monique Paulette became known as Angelique, possibly because it was easier to say. At a very young age, and thanks in part to the preparation of Luis de Llano, she became a member of the musical group Rabanitos Verdes (Little Green Radishes). Later, she continued on with a dream of becoming an actress. At the age of fourteen she enrolled in the Centro de Educación Artística.

Two years after CEA, she was cast in the Mexican television series Rebelde, which became popular throughout Latin America. In the program, in which she participated for three seasons, she played the role of Victoria (Vico) Paz, a young and beautiful girl with problems at home - a mother who dates younger men and tries to seduce her boyfriend; an older brother that goes out with her cute and chubby friend Celina and manipulates her; and a father who beats her regularly after he forces her to get money for his betting addictions.

On the series (or telenovela), her character is "one of girls," but is considered easy. She dates Miguel (Alfonso Herrera)and Diego (Christopher Uckermann), during the first season. Her character goes on to date two others. First, she dated Giovanni (Christian Chávez), with whom she got stuck in a refrigerator overnight and had to cuddle with to avoid freezing, but separated from him when she thought he cheated on her. She then dated Rocco (Diego Gonzalez) and broke up with him.

While filming Rebelde, She and two other costars - the characters of Celina and Jose Lujan - formed the band Citricus or C3Q'S, which recorded one song- "No Me Importa" ("I don't care"); though it was only a single, the song went on to be played aired during a special concert show and was used as soundtrack during the rest of the show when characters acted rebellious. The song became a favorite of fans, but was overshadowed by RBD's two albums. RBD is made up of six other show characters and is considered the most successful and popular group of artists in Latin America.

With Rebelde, adolescent audiences fell for Boyer's fun, sensible, sexy and down-to-Earth personality. After leaving the show, Boyer auditioned for Bailando por la Boda de mis Sueños (Dancing for my Dream Wedding), a charity show in which less fortunate contestants are paired with celebrities in order to have their dream wedding paid for. Angelique has been featured in H Para Hombres and the Mexican edition of Maxim. It is expected she will be part of Rebelde for the "Rebelde: The Movie." In 2007, she began to appear regularly on another television series, Muchachitas como tu.

Telenovelas
Corazón salvaje (2009-2010) - Jimena / Estrella
Mujeres Asesinas - Soledad (1 episode, Soledad Cautiva, April 2009)
Alma De Hierro - Sandra "Sandy" Hierro(February 25, 2008 - Present)
Muchachitas como tu - Margarita (April 23, 2007- November 2, 2007)
Rebelde - Victoria "Vico" Paz(series) (2004-2006)
Corazones al límite (2004) - Anette
Mujer Casos De La Vida Real

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