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Denisse Dibos is a multi-talented Peruvian artist and performer. She is a Peruvian music professor, actress/singer, art educator, entrepreneur, theatrical producer, musical director, and dance instructor, to name a few. She was able to present musical adaptations of Broadway presentations of original productions in Peru thanks to her efforts in obtaining rights and permissions. She founded and directed the ‘Preludio Asociacion Cultural,’ which has staged musicals such as ‘Jesucristo Superstar,’ ‘Cabaret,’ the musical ‘2010,’ ‘Love Without Barriers (‘West Side Story,’), ‘Chicago,’ and ‘The Boy from Oz.’ She has brought culture and the arts to a country that is struggling.

Childhood and Adolescence

Denisse Dibos was born Maria Denisse Dibos Silva in Lima, Peru, on April 15, 1967. She was born into a political family. Betty Silva Block and Eduardo Dibos Chappuis were her parents, and Eduardo Dibos Dammert was her grandfather. Both her father and grandfather served as Mayors of Lima.

She received her education at San Isidro’s ‘College of Santa Ursula.’ She also took ballet classes with Lucy Telge Luna. At the age of 17, she made her stage debut in Hernan Toledo’s musical ‘Broadway Luces,’ which was performed at the Royal Theatre of San Isidro.

Career of Denisse

Denise Dibos is a multi-talented woman. Her various talents reflect her versatility. She knew what she wanted and set out to achieve it by educating herself in preparation for her chosen career in music.

She graduated from California State University, Long Beach, with a bachelor’s degree in music and a master’s degree in classical music from the University of Southern California.

Her dream of becoming a concert pianist came to an end when she suffered a hand injury that hampered her performance. However, her dreams did not stop there, and she returned to ‘Lima Actuacion.’

She taught at the ‘Pontificia Universidad Católica del Per’ and the ‘Teatro de la Universidad Católica’ under the ‘Faculty of Communication Arts’ (TUC).

She combined her artistic abilities with her business acumen. She founded the ‘Cultural Association Prelude’ theatre company in 1997. ‘The Novice Rebel,’ in which she played ‘Maria von Trapp,’ was their first production. Their next show was ‘A Chorus Line,’ which was performed at the ‘Monte Carlo Theatre.’

‘Revelation,’ ‘Sunflowers for Luca,’ and ‘Hunting a Millionaire’ were among her first television roles. She began to demonstrate her versatility as a producer, actor, and musician, and in 2001, she returned to the theatre to perform in ‘Macbeth.’

Two years later, she created ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ and ‘Angels.’ She went on to produce films like ‘Enrique V,’ ‘Sacco and Vanzetti,’ and ‘The Corporation,’ in which she also played some of the roles.

She demonstrated her versatility once more in 2006, when she appeared in the ‘Society of American Television’ series while also producing the musical ‘Jesucristo Superstar,’ which was performed at the ‘Segura Theatre.’

She appeared in the second season of ‘This Society’ in 2008, as well as in the Josué Méndez film ‘Gods.’ She didn’t stop at producing and acting; she also taught at the ‘Catholic University”s ‘Faculty of Sciences and Arts of Communication’ and the ‘Catholic University Theatre’ (TUC).

She had a busy year in 2008, producing the musical ‘Don Quixote de la Mancha’ while also working as a musical director at the ‘Roman Comedy.’

In 2008, she was able to secure the rights and permissions to perform the musical “Cabaret.” The musical premiered the following year at the ‘Teatro Segura,’ with actress Gisela Ponce de León. She also played the role of ‘Fraulein Kost’ in this musical.

At the ‘Teatro Segura,’ she both produced and performed in the musical ‘2010.’ She performed in the ‘Vagina Monologues’ and served as musical director for the ‘Cage Aux Follies.’

She produced the musical ‘Love without Barriers’ (‘West Side Story,’ presented the ‘Fête de la Musique’ concert (produced by the ‘National Board of Music,’ the ‘Embassy of France,’ and the ‘Alliance Francesa,’ and was a busy woman in 2011.

In December of the same year, she worked on the production of ‘Realization in Lima,’ the first Spanish adaptation of the musical ‘The Boy from Oz,’ with Carlos Arana.

In 2012, she produced and starred in Mateo Chiarella Viale’s musical “Chicago,” in which she played Roxie Hart. She had a great time competing in the reality show ‘Dancing the Great Show’ and then as Director of the School of ‘Talents of the Reality of Singing’ in the same year.

Denisse Dibos produced and starred in the musical ‘The Boy from Oz’ at the ‘Municipal Theater of Lima’ in May 2013, in which she also played the role of ‘Marion Woolnouhg.’

She created the ‘Jury of Small Gigantes,’ and even served on it as a jury member. She produced the musical ‘Sweet Charity’ in 2014.

Large-scale projects

Denisse Dibos was able to obtain the necessary rights and permissions to produce Broadway adaptations and bring Western culture to Peru.

Personal History and Legacy

Paloma, her first daughter from her relationship with Economist Gabriel Ortiz of Zevallos, was born in March 2011.

Estimated Net Worth

Denisse is one of the wealthiest dancers and one of the most popular. Denisse Dibos net worth is estimated to be between $1 and $5 million, according to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.