Ramsés Ramos is a Colombian actor born in the city of Cartagena , recognized mainly for participating in the television series La Costeña y el Cachaco (2003), Sin Tetas no Hay Paraíso (2006) and El cartel de los sapos (2008), and in the films Dreaming costs nothing (2006) and Portraits in a sea of lies (2010). He has also been active in the theater throughout his artistic career.
Date of birth
His date of birth is not yet known.
Ramos was born in the city of Cartagena, Bolívar.
He was a law student at the University of Cartagena , a profession he abandoned when he discovered his passion for theater. This led him to move to the city of Bogotá , where he began dramatic art studies and began to link with theatrical productions. In 2019, he graduated, along with more than 35 actors as a teacher in dramatic art from the University of Antioquia in alliance with the Guerrero Academy of Arts.
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In 1996 he had his first great opportunity on the Colombian small screen when integrating the cast of the series Hard Times . He achieved national recognition by playing Richard, a stutterer from the popular soap opera La Costeña y el Cachaco between 2003 and 2004.
A year later he appeared in the film.Losing is a matter of Sergio Cabrera's method .
In 2006, she was part of the cast of the films Dreaming costs nothing and When the waves break and in the renowned television series Without tits there is no paradise based on the original story of Gustavo Bolívar .
His appearance in Colombian cinema in the 2010s continued to be frequent, acting in productions such as Looking for Miguel (2007), Gabriel's passion (2008), Neither you marry nor you embark (2008) and Portraits in a sea of lies (2010).
In the 2010s the actor has appeared in various television productions in his country.
In 2011 he played Víctor del Real in the series based on salsa musician Joe Arroyo , El Joe . In 2013, he joined the cast of the series 5 loose widows , The lucky day and The national team , where he played the renowned soccer coach Francisco "Pacho" Maturana .
Two years later she acted in the biographical soap opera Diomedes, the cacique of La Junta and in 2017 she played the leading role of Francisco Herrera in the series Let her die , a production inspired by the life of singer-songwriter Emilia Herrera. This performance earned him an India Catalina Award in the category of best supporting actor in 2018.