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Humberto Zurita

Humberto Zurita

Starting off on the stage, Humberto Zurita went on to be a television actor, director and even producer of telenovelas. He was born in Torreón, Coahuila. He studied acting at the famous Centro Universitario de Teatro of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Zurita began making TV appearances on Televisa telenovelas starting with "Una mujer" (1978), and took a lead role for the first time in "El derecho de nacer" (1981) as the story telling doctor, Alberto Limonta. That same year, Zurita went on to form the production company ZUBA with his wife and his brother, Gerardo Zurita. Leaving the small screen for a bit, he went on to star in "Bajo la metralla" (1983) a Mexican thriller film directed by Felipe Cazals. His next project "De pura sangre" (1985) went on to win TVyNovelas Best Telenovela of the Year. He has also produced a number of telenovelas and TV movies, including "Televiteatros" (1993), "Cañaveral de pasiones" (1996) and "Azul tequila" (1998). In 1996, Zurita co-starred in the Televisa historical drama "La antorcha encendida" (1996) and continues to star in shows like "Los Plateados" (2005), "Terra ribelle" (2010) and "Vivir a destiempo" (2013). Humberto continues to be one of the powerhouses in Spanish language telenovelas with his turn as Mexican drug trafficker Benedictino García in Telemundo's "La querida del centauro" (2016).
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