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Biography

Eddy Vilard was born in Cancún, Mexico on November 2nd, 1988. He started his artistic career performing in TV commercials and music videos for artist like Belinda and Malú. Before joining that cast of Rebelde, Eddy was part of the soccer clubs Necaxa and Cruz Azul. He was going to be transferred to play in Argentina but then got injured and had to stay Mexico.

In 2004, Eddy Vilard acted in the telenovela Rebelde along with Maite Perroni, Anahi, Christopher Uckermann, Dulce María, and Juan Ferrara. Later on in 2007, Eddy acted in the telenovela Lola, erase una vez. Around 2008-2009, Eddy participated in the movie Alma de Hierro playing as Wicho along with actors like Alejandro Camacho, Jorge Poza, Zuria Vega, Angelique Boyer, Adamari López, and Martha Julia. His most recent works has been in the TV series Mujeres asesinas and in the telenovela Amor Bravío.

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