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Jaime Camil

Jaime Camil (born 22 July 1973) is a Mexican actor, singer and host. He is the son of a rich Mexican businessman of Egyptian descent and a talented Brazilian singer from Ipanema. He began his career singing in bohemian Clubs along with the famous Cubans, Amaury Guitierrez and Pancho Céspedes. His father wanted him to be a businessman. He studied business and worked in his company for a couple of years. When he was 20, he told his father that he was not happy with his life and that his dream was to be a singer, and he accepted. He studied opera and theater for some time. One day he went to a radio station to record his first demo and he ended up being a producer. He worked on "El Show de Jaime Camil", for USA network, and Que Nochecita! for TV Azteca.

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Jul 22, 1973 In Mexico City, Mexico
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Madness in the Method
Latest Project:
Movie Little Bitches 2018-01-23
Known For
Poster of Mi Destino Eres Tú
Movie Madness in the Method Fernando Villareal 2019
Movie Little Bitches Mr. Villanueva 2018-01-23
Movie Coco Papá (voice) 2017-11-22
Series Elena of Avalor Julio (voice) 2016-07-22
Movie The Secret Life of Pets Fernando (voice) 2016-06-18
Movie Illusions S.A. 2015-09-04
Series Jane the Virgin Rogelio De La Vega 2014-10-13
Series The Poor, Rich Family Miguel Ángel Ruizpalacios Romagnoli 2013-11-11
Movie Looking for Maria Sanchez Juan 2013-06-14
Movie Pulling Strings Alejandro 2013-10-05
Series Por Ella Soy Eva Juan Carlos Caballero Mistral 2012-02-20
Movie Heaven In Your Eyes Mateo Robles 2012-03-02
Movie Chiapas, El Corazón del Café 2012-10-26
Movie Saving Private Perez Eladio 2011-03-18
Movie Regresa 2010-05-18
Movie Recien Cazado Sebastian 2009-08-28
Movie El agente 00-P2 Tambo Macaw 2009-02-13
Movie All Inclusive Baldi 2008-03-11
Movie 7 Days Tony Zamacona 2005-09-30
Movie Zapata: The dream of a hero Eufemio Zapata 2004-03-20
Movie Pink Punch Randy Garza 2004-03-22
Series Mi Destino Eres Tú Mauricio Rodríguez Calderón 2000-07-10