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Laura Bozzo was born on August 19, 1951 and is 72 years old now.
Birthday: August 19, 1951
How Old - Age: 72
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Laura Bozzo - Biography
Laura Cecilia Bozzo Rotondo (born August 19, 1951) is a Peruvian talk show hostess, best known for her Spanish-language talk show Laura that is being broadcast in the United States on the Univision television network.
She began in television in 1994 with Las mujeres tienen la palabra a feminist cutting program in RBC Televisión. In 1997, Laura Bozzo went to Panamericana Televisión and assumes the conduct of the reality show Intimidades. A year later, Bozzo is hired by América Televisión and launches Laura en América, this program was very popular in Peru.
In February 1998, the American Spanish-language broadcast network Telemundo began broadcasting her show Laura en América on its affiliates. The show soon began to be shown all over Latin America. Similar in nature to the American Jerry Springer Show, it routinely featured guests usually having troubles within their lives, including infidelity. Usually, the show would expose evidence of wrongdoing by the suspect that the guest presents, leading to fighting between guests. The authenticity of the show has been questioned, given the unusually sensational subjects explored. By the end of the year, Bozzo moved to Miami, Florida.
In June 2009, Laura Bozzo made her television reappearance after her last talk show, Laura en Acción was cancelled on April 2008. Bozzo relocated herself in Mexico and started working on many shows on Televisa, the largest Spanish-speaking television network in all the World, but then she went to TV Azteca and hosted the talkshow Laura de todos (shortened from Laura de todos: sin miedo a la verdad), for two years and a half. Laura Bozzo's show aired on Azteca 13 at 17:00 hrs. CT in the country. The show was also televised in the United States, through Azteca America at 20:00 hrs. Laura left the show after having differences with the executives of TV Azteca. Bozzo was replaced by the Mexican television host Rocío Sánchez Azuara with the return of the talk show Cosas de la Vida. Laura Bozzo returned to Televisa.
Bozzo married lawyer Mario de la Fuente in 1980. The couple had two daughters, Alejandra and Victoria. After twenty years of marriage, they divorced in August 2000. In 2000, Laura Bozzo stirred controversy by starting a relationship with Christian Suarez; 24 years her junior and former member of the Argentine musical group Complot.