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Mariangel Ruiz


Venezuelan tv program sponsor, actress, and magic size who is referred to as the sponsor of the tv screen display Portada’s. She was also the runner-up in the 2003 Miss Universe pageant. She began modeling in pageants and became Miss Aragua in 2002. She competed on the display Bailando con las Estrellas in 2005. She was wedded to baseball participant Tony Alvarez from 2006 until 2008, plus they experienced a daughter. She’s been set alongside the 1996 Miss Universe pageant champion Alicia Machado.

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Full Name Mariángel Ruiz
Date Of Birth January 7, 1980
Place Of Birth Venezuela
Height 1.78 m
Profession TV Show Host
Nationality Venezuelan
Spouse Tony Álvarez
Children Mariángel Victoria Álvarez Ruiz
Parents Ernesto Luis Ruiz, Nidia Torrealba
Star Sign Capricorn

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1Living in Maracay, Aragua; while filming "Cosita Rica" in Caracas. [April 2004]
2Was announced as "Miss South Africa" in error during the Miss Universe pageant. She managed to go on stage and do her thing, but couldn't leave the stage until they had corrected their mistake, otherwise the other contestant would have got her points.



Corazón Esmeralda2014TV SeriesMarina Lozano
La viuda joven2011TV SeriesInmaculada Von Parker
La vida entera2008TV Series
Cosita rica2003TV SeriesAlegría Mendez



Mini*Pops2003-2004TV SeriesHerself
Miss Universe Pageant2003TV SpecialHerself - Miss Venezuela
¡Qué locura!2002TV SeriesHerself - Host
Guerra de los sexos2000TV SeriesHerself

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Al rojo vivo con María Celeste2003TV SeriesMiss Venezuela

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1I believe the most important thing to reach success, is having the will to do it, and that's what I've done.

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