Johanna Rosaly

TV Show Host

Johanna Rosaly was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico, United States on January 13th, 1948 and is the TV Show Host. At the age of 76, Johanna Rosaly biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 13, 1948
United States
Place of Birth
Santurce, Puerto Rico, United States
76 years old
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Actor, Singer
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BA University of Puerto Rico, MA Center for Advanced Studies on Puerto Rico and the Caribbean
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Johanna Rosaly Life

Johanna Rosaly (born January 13, 1948) is a Puerto Rican actress, singer, and television presenter.

Early years

Johanna Rosaly was born in Santurce, a San Juan district. She began taking acting lessons with Argentinians Luis A. Negro and Elba Mania in 1956 and dancing lessons with Beatriz Trujillo. (While the Children Play), She made her acting debut as an adult at Teatro Tapia in Old San Juan, in 1957. She made her television debut with Channel 2's Los Amigos de Pinocho (Pinocho's Children), as well as in the film Con Los Pies Descalzos (an Osvaldo Agüero production starring Catalan actor Ricardo Palmerola).

Personal life

José Manuel Salda, the former president of the University of Puerto Rico, was married on January 11, 2008. In June 2011, the couple announced their separation.

Rosaly was at the home of her son, film director José Gilberto Molinari, and her daughter in law, as well as her two-month old grandchild in Aguora Hills during the 2018 California wildfires. She and her family survived the Woolsey Fire by taking refuge in a hotel. Molinari's house sustained only minor harm. The Rocky Fire started a day later, close to the hotel, but the family did not have to escape for the second time.

She has received numerous awards, one of which, the Puerto Rican Cultural Institute (ICP), dedicated their 1997 International Theater Festival (ICP), honoring her more than 40 years as an actress.


Johanna Rosaly Career

Singing career

During the 1970s, Johanna Rosaly had a short but notable career as a singer, and she signed with the Velvet Records label, and began touring all over Latin America, to promote her two albums under that label. She also attained considerable fame in Spain. Later, she would sign with CBS International label, now Sony Discos, and recorded two more albums for them.

Television acting career

Rosaly performed in 15 soap operas altogether from 1966 - 1980. However, the leading roles she is mostly remembered for were, 1973's El Hijo de Angela María (The Son of Angela Marie), alongside Rolando Barral, Mona Marti, Ángela Meyer, and Lucy Boscana, among others. This performance led her to carry out the same leading role, Marisela Perdomo, in the film based on the telenovela, in Mexico, opposite Iranian-Mexican actress Irán Eory, and her crossover as a singer and actress was, 1978's Cristina Bazán, opposite José Luis Rodríguez "El Puma", and alongside Alba Nydia Díaz, Esther Sandoval, and Adamari López, at the early age of 6, among others.

In 1979 moved from WKAQ-TV Telemundo Puerto Rico to WAPA-TV. There, she performed the leading role in the 1980 soap operas: Vida, (Life), & Amame, (Love Me), opposite Andrés García, for which she sang the theme songs "Yo Soy un Barco" (I'm a Ship), and "Amándote" (Loving You), respectively. By 1980, rumors of a romance with world boxing champion Wilfredo Gómez ran across Puerto Rico.

in 1980 she starred in El Amor Nuestro de Cada Día (Our Daily Love), in which she also sang the title song of the same name, composed by Lou Briel.