|Born||July 21, 1971|
Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico
|Years active||1993 - present|
Miguel Rodarte (birth name Miguel Antonio Rodarte Espinosa de los Monteros) is a Mexican actor. He was born in Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico on July 21, 1971 and is primarily known for his roles in the movie El tigre de Santa Julia and the television series Los héroes del norte.
Miguel attended Culver Academies prep school in Culver, Indiana. It was there where he first expressed an interest in art. After graduation he studied at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Monterrey, Nuevo León. While there, he was invited to participate for the first time as a film actor in El par, a student short noir film by Eugenio del Bosque. His experience in this film made him decide to follow a career in acting.
He moved to Mexico City and began studying the Lee Strasberg acting method. He later pursued a degree in acting at the Foro Teatro Contemporáneo under the direction of prominent Polish director and teacher Ludwik Margules. After completing his studies, he co-founded the production company Alcachofa Films and participated as an actor and producer in several film projects.
Miguel is also renowned for his on-stage theatrical performances. In 2003 he appeared in the play Don Juan Tenorio to public and critical acclaim. Directed by Martín Acosta, Don Juan Tenorio premiered at the Palacio de Bellas Artes and later moved to the Teatro Julio Castillo.
- Destilando México (2018-2020) as himself
- Narcos: Mexico (2020) as Danilo Garza
- Las Buchonas (2018) as Candelario
- Paramedicos (2018) as Alfonso Lozano
- Drunk History (Mexican TV series): El lado borroso de la historia (2016) as Antonio López de Santa Anna
- Perseguidos (2016) as Pancho Solís Armenta
- Ruta 35 (2016) as Rogelio Bermúdez
- Cumbia Ninja (2014) as Félix Villalba
- Aventura Corona (2014) as himself
- Nueva vida (2013)
- Los héroes del norte (2010-2012) as Zacarias Tercero
- Gritos de muerte y libertad (2010) as Francisco Azcarate
- Hermanos y detectives (2009)
- Alma de hierro (2008-2009) as Ari Villegas
- Tiempo final (2008) as Victor and Sergio
- Mujeres asesinas (Mexican TV series) (episode Mónica, acorralada) (2008) as Francisco del Valle
- S.O.S.: Sexo y otros secretos (2007) as Boris
- Rebelde (2004-2006) as Carlo Colucci
- Clase 406 (2002-2003) as Leonardo "Leo" Nava
- ¿Y cómo es él? (film) (2020) as Juan Pablo
- Un rescate de huevitos (2020) as Danilo Garza
- Un papá pirata (2019) as André
- Tiempo Compartido (2018) as Adres
- Perfect Strangers (2018 film) (2018) as Ernesto
- Macho (film) (2016) as Evaristo Jiménez
- El cielo es azul (2015) as Oscar
- Más negro que la noche (2014 film) (2014) as Actuacion especial Loco
- Happy Times (2014 film) (2014) as Psicólogo Agencia
- I Hate Love (2012) as English teacher
- Border Run (2012) as Javier Guerrero
- Colosio: El asesinato (2011) as Hermano de José Francisco Ruiz
- Días de gracia (2011) as Testigo
- Saving Private Perez (2011) as Julián Pérez
- Hidalgo: La historia jamás contada (2010) as José Santos
- Bala mordida (2009) as Mauro Hernandez
- El Cártel (2009) as Pancho
- Amar a morir (2009) as Capitán Fernández
- Purgatorio (2008) as Isidro
- Verano 79 (short) (2008) as Chepo
- Tired of Kissing Frogs (2007) as Joaquin
- El camino del diablo (2006)
- Los pajarracos (2006) as Miguel 'Cachondo' Sanabria
- Yo también te quiero (short) (2005) as Luis
- La última noche (2005) as Pablo
- Después de la muerte (2005) as Isidro
- Así del precipicio (2006) as Tony
- Las lloronas (2004) as Hernán
- Casa de los babys (2003) as Oscar
- El tigre de Santa Julia (2002) as El Tigre / Jose de Jesus Negrete
- Zurdos (short) (2002) as Santiago Aceves (credited as Marcelo Rodarte)
- La historia de I y O (1999) as Vecino que juega
- Vivir también mañana (short) (1999)
- Mareas de sueño (short) (1997)
- El par (1993) (student short film by Eugenio del Bosque; Miguel Rodarte's first film performance)
- Twelve Angry Men (play) (2008)
- El método Gronholm (2005)
- Don Juan Tenorio (2003)
- Tu Peor Error (2006) by La Quinta Estación
In the 2003 MTV Movie Awards, Mexico, Miguel won in the "Sexiest Scene" category for the movie El Tigre de Santa Julia.
In 2011, Miguel was awarded Actor of the Year at GQ’s Men of the Year ceremony.
In 2018, Miguel won the Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Andrés in Time Share (2018 film)|Tiempo Compartido.
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