Gabriel Traversari is a 58-years-old Spanish Actor from the United States of America. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details
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According to the wiki and biography of Gabriel Traversari was born on September 7, 1963 in United States of America. let’s check out the Gabriel’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.
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Once Traversari graduated from college he moved to Miami, where he was hired as the co-host of Univision’s first major original production, TV Mujer (1988–1990), an international talk show which he co-hosted for three years. Traversari also starred in other popular television programs which aired in Latin America and Spain including “Mejorando su Hogar”, the first home improvement show produced in Spanish in the United States, and “Casa Club Magazine”.
He returned to his country, Nicaragua, in 2008. He created and managed “Myla Vox”, a young musical group. The group lasted for 5 years before disbanding. Gabriel also founded the “Central American Music Conference” as an opportunity to unite regional talent with top international record industry executives. The first conference, held in Nicaragua, brought luminaries such as grammy winner KC Porter, music empresario Bruno del Granado, producer/composers such as Marco Flores and Victor Daniel, record label executives such as Jorge Mejía (Sony/ATV Publishing) and Aldo Gonzalez (Machete Music) and music promoters like Joe Granda, among others. He is also the creator of the Nicaraguan Music Awards, a platform that has honored and recognized Nicaragua´s varicolored music community.
In 2004 he began hosting “Esotérica” on Cosmopolitan Television. He was also cast as one of the lead voices for the Spanish version of Duckman, the Emmy-award-winning cartoon, and as the voice of “Juan del Diablo” in the English translation of the soap opera, Corazón Salvaje. He has appeared on various television series such as Miami Vice (1988), as well as small credited appearances in movies such as Something Wild (1986), Once Upon A Time in America (1984) and Two Much (1995). He was cast as the lead in the independent low budget feature, Murder on the Border, where he starred alongside Mexican actress Alpha Acosta (2005). He has also appeared in various Spanish speaking TV shows such as “Decisiones” and “Lotería” and three Telemundo soap operas Anita no te Rajes, El Cuerpo del Deseo and Pecados Ajenos.
In 2002 Traversari shot his first documentary project entitled Por Los Caminos, a 24-hour journey through the streets of Managua that was screened at eight film festivals all over the world, including the Miami International Film Festival, the Havana Film Festival (Festival del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano), the London Latin Film Festival and others.
Traversari launched his first CD, Luna de Piel, in 2002.
He wrote his first book of poetry, Before the Dawn, in 1996. It was during the writing of that book that he became interested in drawing. He has since begun to showcase his work publicly, and in 2014 he completed and presented an exhibit entitled: “Akropolis: Rasgos y Restos de una Cultura Helénica.” He launched his first photography book entitled, “Vernaculo: Encuentros con mi Tierra” which had its debut presentation at the Palace of Culture in Nicaragua in the summer of 2008, and is currently promoting his latest book, a journalistic experiment called: “La Hija del Dictador” (“The Dictator´s Daughter”), a biographical account based on the life of Lillian Somoza Debyale, daughter of Nicaragua´s notorious military dictator, Anastasio Somoza García.
He founded the Fundación Cultural Hispanoamericana in the 1990s for the purpose of promoting the vision of young Hispanic artists. He has now traded his work there to support another foundation, The Future of Nicaragua Foundation, founded by his aunt Julia Sevilla. Traversari has aided in several culturally driven projects including a musical concert in the national stadium in Managua that brought together more than 50 Nicaraguan artists and some special international personalities such as Laura León, Victor Noriega and Sebastian Ligarde. Throughout his career, Traversari has hosted many beauty pageants including Miss Nicaragua, Miss Panama, Nuestra Belleza- El Paso and Miss Carnaval; song festivals such as La OTI- Nicaragua, La OTI- Nueva York and La OTI -Tampa, and television specials such as Fiesta en America and La Casa de sus Sueños for Pepsi Cola, Año Nuevo, Vida Nueva for Golden Hill Productions and numerous guest hosting appearances for Televisa Espectaculos. He has served as jury member for the OTI Nacional and Nuestra Belleza.
Gabriel Traversari (born Gabriel Augusto Traversari y Debayle on September 7, 1963) is a Nicaraguan American actor, director, writer, singer, songwriter, painter and photographer.
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|Real Name||Gabriel Traversari|
Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace
|Age (2021)||58 Years|
|Date Of Birth||September 7, 1963|
|Food Habits||Not Available|
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In Feet: not available
In Pound: not available
Gabriel Traversari Personal Life, Spouse, Wife
|Marital Status||not available|
Gabriel Traversari Net Worth
The Gabriel Traversari Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.
|Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)||$80K – $85k USD|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$4 million- $6 million USD|
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