CRISTINA ALBERO

Cristina Alberó was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She started her career in her 20s playing important supporting characters. Since the late 70s, she has been a very well known actress, especially in television shows and soap operas. As a matter of fact, several of the latter were hits, such as _”Trampa para un Soñador” (1980)_, Quiero gritar tu
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Actress (58 credits)
 2016 5 A.M.
Mercedes
 2015 Signos: Under the Sign of Vengeance (TV Mini-Series)
María del Carmen

Mes de Leo (2015) … María del Carmen
Mes de Cáncer (2015) … María del Carmen
Mes de Géminis (2015) … María del Carmen
 2014 Cuentos de Identidad (TV Series)

Episode #1.13 (2014)
Episode #1.12 (2014)
Episode #1.11 (2014)
Episode #1.10 (2014)
Episode #1.8 (2014)
 2012-2013 Mi amor, mi amor (TV Series)
Rosa

Inmersos en la desesperación (2013) … Rosa
Plan siniestro (2013) … Rosa
El amor es más fuerte (2013) … Rosa
Alejarse de todo (2013) … Rosa
Grave acusación (2013) … Rosa
 2011 Dance! (TV Series)

Episode #1.80 (2011)
Episode #1.79 (2011)
Episode #1.78 (2011)
Episode #1.76 (2011)
Episode #1.77 (2011)
 2010 Malparida (TV Series)
Cristina Alberó

Episode #1.49 (2010) … Cristina Alberó
Episode #1.48 (2010) … Cristina Alberó
Episode #1.47 (2010) … Cristina Alberó
Episode #1.46 (2010) … Cristina Alberó
Episode #1.45 (2010) … Cristina Alberó
 2008 Valentino, el argentino (TV Series)
Lidia

Episode #1.125 (2008) … Lidia
Episode #1.124 (2008) … Lidia
Episode #1.123 (2008) … Lidia
Episode #1.122 (2008) … Lidia
Episode #1.121 (2008) … Lidia
 2008 Donne assassine (TV Series)

Veronica (2008)
 2005-2006 Se dice amor (TV Series)
Pilar Pueyrredón

Episode #1.187 (2006) … Pilar Pueyrredón
Episode #1.260 (2005) … Pilar Pueyrredón
Episode #1.259 (2005) … Pilar Pueyrredón
Episode #1.258 (2005) … Pilar Pueyrredón
Episode #1.257 (2005) … Pilar Pueyrredón
 2005 De gira (TV Series)

Episode #1.29 (2005)
Episode #1.28 (2005)
Episode #1.27 (2005)
Episode #1.26 (2005)
Episode #1.25 (2005)
 2004 Los machos de América (TV Series)

Episode #1.19 (2004)
Episode #1.18 (2004)
Episode #1.17 (2004)
Episode #1.16 (2004)
Episode #1.15 (2004)
 2003 Abre tus ojos (TV Series)
Luisa

Episode #1.120 (2003) … Luisa
Episode #1.118 (2003) … Luisa
Episode #1.119 (2003) … Luisa
Episode #1.116 (2003) … Luisa
Episode #1.117 (2003) … Luisa
 2001 PH (TV Series)
Mabel

Episode #1.122 (2001) … Mabel
Episode #1.121 (2001) … Mabel
Episode #1.120 (2001) … Mabel
Episode #1.118 (2001) … Mabel
Episode #1.119 (2001) … Mabel
 2001 Redonditas for Ever (TV Series)
Hostess
 2001 Un Cortado (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (2001)
Episode #1.2 (2001)
Episode #1.1 (2001)
 2000 Final Minute (TV Series)

Pito final (2000)
 1998 Desesperadas por el aire (TV Series)
Marta

Episode #1.39 (1998) … Marta
Episode #1.38 (1998) … Marta
Episode #1.37 (1998) … Marta
Episode #1.36 (1998) … Marta
Episode #1.35 (1998) … Marta
 1998 Socios y más (TV Series)
Estela

Episode #1.18 (1998) … Estela
Episode #1.14 (1998) … Estela
Episode #1.19 (1998) … Estela
Episode #1.17 (1998) … Estela
Episode #1.16 (1998) … Estela
 1997 De corazón (TV Series)
Gabriela (1998)
 1996 Gino (TV Series)
Micaela

Episode #1.39 (1996) … Micaela
Episode #1.38 (1996) … Micaela
Episode #1.37 (1996) … Micaela
Episode #1.35 (1996) … Micaela
Episode #1.36 (1996) … Micaela
 1995 La casa de la esquina (TV Series)

Episode #1.30 (1995)
Episode #1.29 (1995)
Episode #1.28 (1995)
Episode #1.27 (1995)
Episode #1.26 (1995)
 1993 Esos que dicen amarse (TV Series)
Mariné Montero Figueroa (1993)

Episode #1.97 (1993) … Mariné Montero Figueroa (1993)
Episode #1.99 (1993) … Mariné Montero Figueroa (1993)
Episode #1.95 (1993) … Mariné Montero Figueroa (1993)
Episode #1.96 (1993) … Mariné Montero Figueroa (1993)
Episode #1.98 (1993) … Mariné Montero Figueroa (1993)
 1991 El gordo y el flaco (TV Series)

Episode #1.19 (1991)
Episode #1.18 (1991)
Episode #1.17 (1991)
Episode #1.16 (1991)
Episode #1.15 (1991)
 1989 Así son los míos (TV Series)

Episode #1.227 (1989)
Episode #1.228 (1989)
Episode #1.224 (1989)
Episode #1.218 (1989)
Episode #1.216 (1989)
 1989 Las comedias de Darío Vittori (TV Series)
Florencia Gargiulo / Paquita, la mucama

Con la mujer de un amigo es veneno (1989) … Florencia Gargiulo
Mi querida senadora (1989) … Paquita, la mucama
 1987 Me niego perderte (TV Series)

Episode #1.114 (1987)
Episode #1.115 (1987)
Episode #1.112 (1987)
Episode #1.108 (1987)
Episode #1.117 (1987)
 1985 No es un juego vivir (TV Series)

Episode #1.19 (1985)
Episode #1.18 (1985)
Episode #1.17 (1985)
Episode #1.16 (1985)
Episode #1.15 (1985)
 1984 Galas de teatro (TV Mini-Series)

 1984 Los exclusivos del 11 (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (1984)
Episode #1.2 (1984)
Episode #1.1 (1984)
 1984 Tal como somos (TV Series)

Episode #1.17 (1984)
Episode #1.10 (1984)
Episode #1.19 (1984)
Episode #1.18 (1984)
Episode #1.15 (1984)
 1983 Mesa de noticias (TV Series)
 1982 La comedia del domingo (TV Series)

 1982 Llévame contigo (TV Series)

Episode #1.90 (1982)
Episode #1.89 (1982)
Episode #1.88 (1982)
Episode #1.87 (1982)
Episode #1.86 (1982)
 1981 Quiero gritar tu nombre (TV Series)
Paola ‘Negrita’

Episode #1.195 (1981) … Paola ‘Negrita’
Episode #1.183 (1981) … Paola ‘Negrita’
Episode #1.180 (1981) … Paola ‘Negrita’
Episode #1.192 (1981) … Paola ‘Negrita’
Episode #1.190 (1981) … Paola ‘Negrita’
 1980 Trampa para un soñador (TV Series)

Episode #1.97 (1980)
Episode #1.96 (1980)
Episode #1.95 (1980)
Episode #1.94 (1980)
Episode #1.93 (1980)
 1979 Andrea Celeste (TV Series)
Ángel de la Guarda

Episode #1.1 (1979) … Ángel de la Guarda
 1977 El cuarteador (TV Series)

Episode #1.19 (1977)
Episode #1.18 (1977)
Episode #1.17 (1977)
Episode #1.16 (1977)
Episode #1.15 (1977)
 1977 El pícaro rebaño (TV Series)

Episode #1.9 (1977)
Episode #1.8 (1977)
Episode #1.7 (1977)
Episode #1.6 (1977)
Episode #1.5 (1977)
 1976 Alguna vez, algún día (TV Series)

Episode #1.19 (1976)
Episode #1.14 (1976)
Episode #1.18 (1976)
Episode #1.12 (1976)
Episode #1.13 (1976)
 1976 Hermosos mentirosos (TV Series)

Episode #1.19 (1976)
Episode #1.18 (1976)
Episode #1.16 (1976)
Episode #1.17 (1976)
Episode #1.15 (1976)
 1975 Ayer fue mentira (TV Series)

Episode #1.19 (1975)
Episode #1.17 (1975)
Episode #1.18 (1975)
Episode #1.16 (1975)
Episode #1.13 (1975)
 1974 Amar al ladrón (TV Series)

Episode #1.39 (1974)
Episode #1.38 (1974)
Episode #1.37 (1974)
Episode #1.35 (1974)
Episode #1.36 (1974)
 1972 El show de Gaby, Fofó y Miliki (TV Series)
Various characters

Episode #1.19 (1972) … Various characters
Episode #1.18 (1972) … Various characters
Episode #1.17 (1972) … Various characters
Episode #1.16 (1972) … Various characters
Episode #1.15 (1972) … Various characters
 1972 María y Eloísa (TV Series)

Episode #1.9 (1972)
Episode #1.8 (1972)
Episode #1.7 (1972)
Episode #1.6 (1972)
Episode #1.5 (1972)
 1971 Musicalísimo Grand Hotel (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (1971)
Episode #1.2 (1971)
Episode #1.1 (1971)
 1971 Una luz en la ciudad (TV Series)
Alejandra

Episode #1.14 (1971) … Alejandra
Episode #1.13 (1971) … Alejandra
Episode #1.12 (1971) … Alejandra
Episode #1.11 (1971) … Alejandra
Episode #1.10 (1971) … Alejandra
 1971 Viernes de Pacheco (TV Series)

 1970 Gran teatro universal (TV Series)

 1970 Sainetes de ayer y de siempre (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (1970)
Episode #1.2 (1970)
Episode #1.1 (1970)
 1969 Mimi, el ángel del barrio (TV Series)

Episode #1.19 (1969)
Episode #1.18 (1969)
Episode #1.17 (1969)
Episode #1.15 (1969)
Episode #1.16 (1969)
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SABRINA GARCIARENA

Sabrina Garciarena was born on July 19, 1983 in Ramos Mejía, Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is an actress, known for Felicitas (2009), Se dice amor (2005) and Young Lovers (2001).
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Actress (33 credits)
 2016 Los ricos no piden permiso (TV Series)
Ana Villalba / Ana

Episode #1.225 (2016) … Ana
Episode #1.224 (2016) … Ana
Episode #1.223 (2016) … Ana
Episode #1.222 (2016) … Ana
Episode #1.221 (2016) … Ana
 2015 Baires
Trini
 2013 Historias de corazón (TV Mini-Series)
Roxy

Un juego para Roxy (2013) … Roxy
 2012 Terra ribelle – Il nuovo mondo (TV Series)
Luisa Giardini

Episode #2.8 (2012) … Luisa Giardini
 2010-2012 Rebel Land (TV Series)
Luisa

Episode #2.8 (2012) … Luisa
Episode #2.7 (2012) … Luisa
Episode #2.6 (2012) … Luisa
Episode #2.5 (2012) … Luisa
Episode #2.4 (2012) … Luisa
 2011 Solos en la ciudad
Florencia
 2011 Mistreated (TV Mini-Series)

Qué divino (2011)
La mejor (2011)
 2011 Physical or Chemical (TV Series)
Sara Pires

Si pudiera volver atrás (2011) … Sara Pires
Te veo (2011) … Sara Pires
Nunca te olvides de mi nombre (2011) … Sara Pires
Contenido y forma (2011) … Sara Pires
Desnudos (2011) … Sara Pires
 2011 Mystery Island (TV Series)
Teresa Coppola

La predestinazione (2011) … Teresa Coppola
Ombre dal passato (2011) … Teresa Coppola
Il mistero dell’isola (2011) … Teresa Coppola
Un richiamo fatale (2011) … Teresa Coppola
 2010 Love in Transit
Mercedes
 2009 Felicitas
Felicitas Guerrero
 2009 Friend Zone
Claudia
 2008 Cuestión de sexo (TV Series)
Alicia

Examen final (2008) … Alicia
¿Qué harías tú por amor? (2008) … Alicia
La pareja es un milagro (2008) … Alicia
Es bueno para todos (2008) … Alicia
Parásitos (2008) … Alicia
 2007 Acassis (Short)
Sabrina
 2006 La ley del amor (TV Series)
Carolina

Episode #1.187 (2006) … Carolina
Episode #1.185 (2006) … Carolina
Episode #1.184 (2006) … Carolina
Episode #1.186 (2006) … Carolina
Episode #1.182 (2006) … Carolina
 2005-2006 Se dice amor (TV Series)
Magdalena ‘Maggi’ Benegas

Episode #1.187 (2006) … Magdalena ‘Maggi’ Benegas
Episode #1.260 (2005) … Magdalena ‘Maggi’ Benegas
Episode #1.259 (2005) … Magdalena ‘Maggi’ Benegas
Episode #1.258 (2005) … Magdalena ‘Maggi’ Benegas
Episode #1.257 (2005) … Magdalena ‘Maggi’ Benegas
 2005 Condón Express
Tatiana
 2005 Una familia especial (TV Series)
Selene Schneider

Episode #1.82 (2005) … Selene Schneider
Episode #1.81 (2005) … Selene Schneider
Episode #1.80 (2005) … Selene Schneider
Episode #1.79 (2005) … Selene Schneider
Episode #1.78 (2005) … Selene Schneider
 2005 Conflictos en red (TV Mini-Series)
Yamila Massey

Loop (2005) … Yamila Massey
 2005 Amor en custodia (TV Series)
Milagros Bazterrica

Episode #1.1 (2005) … Milagros Bazterrica
 2004 Laura’s Secret (TV Series)
Verónica Gleizer

Episode #1.3 (2004) … Verónica Gleizer (credit only)
Episode #1.2 (2004) … Verónica Gleizer
Episode #1.5 (2004) … Verónica Gleizer
Episode #1.4 (2004) … Verónica Gleizer (credit only)
Episode #1.1 (2004) … Verónica Gleizer
 2003 Family Affairs (TV Series)
Laura Saldaña

Episode #1.264 (2003) … Laura Saldaña
Episode #1.263 (2003) … Laura Saldaña
Episode #1.262 (2003) … Laura Saldaña
Episode #1.261 (2003) … Laura Saldaña
Episode #1.260 (2003) … Laura Saldaña
 2002 Rebel’s Way (TV Series)
Luz Viviana Leguizamon / Luz Leguizamón

Episode #1.97 (2002) … Luz Viviana Leguizamon
Episode #1.66 (2002) … Luz Leguizamón (uncredited)
Episode #1.65 (2002) … Luz Viviana Leguizamon
Episode #1.1 (2002) … Luz Viviana Leguizamon (uncredited)
 2002 Sweethearts (TV Series)
Elizabeth

Episode #1.170 (2002) … Elizabeth
 2001 PH (TV Series)
Extra-Romina

Episode #1.122 (2001) … Extra-Romina
Episode #1.121 (2001) … Extra-Romina
Episode #1.120 (2001) … Extra-Romina
Episode #1.118 (2001) … Extra-Romina
Episode #1.119 (2001) … Extra-Romina
 2001 Young Lovers (TV Series)
Tatiana

Episode #1.82 (2001) … Tatiana
Episode #1.83 (2001) … Tatiana
Episode #1.81 (2001) … Tatiana
Episode #1.80 (2001) … Tatiana
Episode #1.78 (2001) … Tatiana
 2000 Los médicos (de hoy) (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (2000)
Episode #1.2 (2000)
 1998 Endless Summer (TV Series)
Extra-Various Characters

Self (15 credits)
 2015-2018 Nunca es tarde (TV Series)
Cameo / Herself – Fiddler on the Roof / Herself / …

Episode dated 21 September 2018 (2018) … Cameo (uncredited)
Episode dated 6 June 2018 (2018) … Herself – Fiddler on the Roof
Episode dated 5 June 2018 (2018) … Herself
Episode dated 7 October 2015 (2015) … Herself – Guest
 2012-2016 Pura Química (TV Series)
Herself – Guest / Herself

Episode dated 24 October 2016 (2016) … Herself – Guest
Episode dated 8 December 2015 (2015) … Herself – Guest
Jonathan Bottinelli (2012) … Herself
 2016 Como anillo al dedo (TV Series)
Herself – Celebrity Player

Episode #2.3 (2016) … Herself – Celebrity Player
 2015-2016 La mesa está lista (TV Series)
Herself / Herself – Guest

Episode dated 15 January 2016 (2016) … Herself (voice)
Episode dated 8 October 2015 (2015) … Herself – Guest
 2013-2015 Almorzando con Mirtha Legrand (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #45.29 (2015) … Herself – Guest
Episode #43.15 (2013) … Herself – Guest
 2008-2013 Caiga quien caiga – CQC (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #17.40 (2013) … Herself
Episode #16.31 (2012) … Herself
Episode #15.35 (2011) … Herself
Episode #15.33 (2011) … Herself
Episode #15.32 (2011) … Herself
 2011 Duro de domar (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Sabrina Garciarena/Diego Frenkel (2011) … Herself – Guest
 2011 RSM, el resumen de los medios (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 26 September 2011 (2011) … Herself – Guest
 2011 Sábado Bus (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #4.5 (2011) … Herself – Guest
 2010 XXIV Premios Anuales de la Academia (TV Special)
Herself – Audience Member
 2009 AM – Antes del mediodía (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 30 September 2009 (2009) … Herself
 2009 Pasapalabra (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 30 August 2009 (2009) … Herself
Episode dated 29 August 2009 (2009) … Herself
Episode dated 28 August 2009 (2009) … Herself
 2009 La tarda (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #4.199 (2009) … Herself
 2008 Cuestión de sexo (TV Series)
Herself

 2001 Reality Reality (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant (2001)

Filmography

ROMINA GAETANI

Romina Gaetani

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Romina Gaetani
Born
Romina Gaetani

(1977-04-15) 15 April 1977 (age 41)

Nationality  Argentina
Occupation actress, singer and tv host
Years active 1998-present
Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Parent(s) Maria Flamini and Carlos Hugo Gaetani
Relatives Leonardo Gaetani (Brother)
Website http://www.rominagaetani.com

Romina Gaetani (born April 15, 1977) is an Argentine actress,[1] TV host and singer.

Biography[edit]

Romina Gaetani was born on April 15, 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her mother is Maria Flamini and her father was the producer Carlos Hugo Gaetani, who died in 2014. She has also a brother named Leonardo who is an architect. From an early age Romina demonstrated her interest in acting, so she enrolled herself in the theatet institute Andamio 90, in the acting career, during four years. She studied her secondary years in the institute of Santa Ana de Villa Ballester, in the north zone of the Gran Buenos Aires.

Career[edit]

Her first role on television was in the unitary Verdad consecuencia in the year 1998. Her acting debut in the theater was in the musical comedy El rey David in the role of Betsabé and directed by the director Pepe Cibrián Campoy, in the year 1998. That same year she joined the cast of the telenovela Verano del ’98, in the role of Carla. In the year 2000 her first leading role came in the sixth season of Chiquititas in the role of Luz Linares. She participated in the soundtrack and theatrical season of the cycle in Teatro Gran Rex. The following year she was counterfigure of Facundo Arana and Gianella Neyra in the Telefe telenovela, Yago, pasión morena. She continued acting in Mil millones and in the year 2003 she was the protagonist of the telenovela of Pol-Ka Soy gitano. Along with Dady Brieva starred Los secretos de papá since the second half of 2004. Then she acted in the Argentine version of Amas de casa desesperadas. In the time period of 2007-2008 she traveled to México to record the television series Mientras haya vida where she played Romina Sáenz, the antagonist of the telenovela next to Saúl Lizazo and Andrés Palacios. In theater she acted in works as Seda, Revista nacional and Cinco mujeres con el mismo vestido. In the year 2008 she starred in the telenovela of Telefe Don Juan y su bella dama, along with Joaquín Furriel. In the years 2009 and 2010 she starred Botineras along with Nicolás Cabré and Isabel Macedo. In 2011 she returned to Pol-Ka to star in Herederos de una venganza, alongside Luciano Castro. The following year she participate in Lobo playing Miranda. Between the years 2012 and 2013 she acted in the woks Recordando con ira and Triste golondrina macho, and on television she participated in the unitary Televisión por la justicia for which she was nominated for the Emmy Awards for Best Actress. Until March 9, 2015 she starred the telenovela Noche y día along with Facundo Arana, but she had to resign due to health problems. In 2018 she has a participation in novel Simona playing Siena Velasco the girlfriend of Dr. Guerrico.

Television[edit]

Year Title Character Channel Notes
1998 Verdad consecuencia Canal 13
1998 Verano del 98 Carla Telefe
1999 Buenos vecinos Lorena Telefe
2000 Chiquititas Luz Linares Telefe
2000 Tiempo final Luciana Telefe Episode: “Sr. Juez”
2001 Yago, pasión morena Cassandra García/Melina Telefe
2002 1000 millones Pilar Arias Canal 13
2002 Tiempo final Mariana Telefe Episode: “La despedida”
2002 Poné a Francella Client of the concesionaria Telefe Sketch: “Ojitos Azules”
2003 Soy gitano Isabel Salvatori Canal 13
2004 Los secretos de papá Eugenia Canal 13
2005 Mujeres asesinas Norah Canal 13 Chap. 16: Norah, amiga
2006 Mujeres asesinas 2 Laura Canal 13 Chap. 9: Laura, madre amante
2006 Amas de casa desesperadas Carla Otegui Canal 13 Nominated – Martín Fierro
2007 Mujeres asesinas 3 Nora Canal 13 Chap. 3: Nora, ultrajada
2007 Mientras haya vida Romina Sáenz TV Azteca
2008-2009 Don Juan y su bella dama Josefina Molina Telefe Nominated – Martín Fierro
2009-2010 Botineras Laura Posse / Mia Alberdi Telefe Nominated – Martín Fierro
2011-2012 Herederos de una venganza Mercedes Leiva Canal 13 Nominated – Martín Fierro
2012 El hombre de tu vida Maggie Telefe Temp. 2 Chap. 10 and 11
2012 Lobo Miranda Solari Canal 13
2012 Se trata de nosotros Laura Marín Chap. 2
2013 Santos y pecadores Jorgelina Canal 9 Chap. 3: Entre muros
2014 La celebración Mimí Telefe Chap. 10: Día del niño
2014-2015 Noche & Día Paula Pico Canal 13 Until chap. 65: #Paula
2015 La Casa Agustina TV Pública Chap. 10: Ficción
2018 Simona Siena Velasco Canal 13

Theater[edit]

Year Work Director Theater
1998 David, el rey Pepe Cibrián Campoy Teatro Liceo
2000 Chiquititas Cris Morena Teatro Gran Rex
2004 Seda Francisco Javier Teatro La Comedia
2006 Cinco mujeres con el mismo vestido Norma Aleandro Teatro Maipo
2012 Recordando con ira Mónica Viñao Teatro Municipal General San Martín
2013 Triste golondrina macho Guillermo Arengo and Blas Arrese Igor Teatro Regio (Buenos Aires)
2017 La momia Alejandro Lavallen Teatro Metropolitan (Buenos Aires)

Movies[edit]

Year Movie Character Director
2010 El derrotado Celina Javier Torre
2013 Bomba Sergio Bizzio
2018 Todavía Emi Tomás Sánchez

Discography[edit]

Year Solo Album
2000 «Chiquititas 2000» Chiquititas vol 6
«Te miro y tiemblo»
«Luz de estrella»
«Abre, entra»
2016
Prólogo La Rayada
Hay un Tiempo
Mala
Extrañarte
Fosforito
Boqueteros
Y Navegar
Será Hoy
Perdido
De una Pasión

TV programs[edit]

Year Program Channel Notes
2015 Huella andina Canal 9 Debut as a TV Host

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Program Result
2001 Premios Clarín Revelación femenina Yago, pasión morena Winner
2003 Premios Martín Fierro Actress Protagonist of the novel Soy gitano Nominated
2004 Actress Protagonist of comedy Los secretos de papá Nominated
2007 Lead role Actress in drama Amas de casa desesperadas (Argentina) Nominated
2008 Actress Protagonist of the novel Don Juan y su bella dama Nominated
2009 Don Juan y su bella dama
Botineras
Nominated
2011 Actress Daily fiction Protagonist Herederos de una venganza Nominated
2014 Internacional Emmy Awards Best Actress Televisión por la justicia[2] Nominated

EMILIA ATTIAS

Emilia Attías

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Emilia Attias
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Born
María Emilia Attias Pompei

(1987-03-20) March 20, 1987 (age 31)

Residence Buenos Aires, Argentina
Nationality Argentinian
Other names Emilia Attias
Occupation Actress, Model, Singer, Dancer and DJ
Years active 1999-present
Notable work
Cromo
Casi Ángeles
El secreto de Lucía
Dolores
Historias de Diván
Height 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Spouse(s)
Naím Sibara (m. 2009)
Children Gina Sibara (b. October 28, 2016)
Parent(s) Carlos Attias and Hebe Ada Rosa Pompei

Emilia Attias (born March 20, 1987) is an Argentine actress of theater, film and television, dancer and model.

Life[edit]

Emilia Attías was born on March 20, 1987 in Belgrano, Buenos Aires City, Distrito Federal, Argentina as María Emilia Attias Pompei. She has been married to Naim Sibara since December 3, 2009. They have one child, “Gina Sibara”.

Career[edit]

Emilia Attias began her career at age 12 as a model. Her first appearance on TV was in 2003, in the series Rebelde Way, where she played Celeste. In 2004 and 2005, she participated in series such as “Los Roldán”, No hay 2 sin 3, and conducted programs like “Call TV” and “Ayer te vi”. In addition, she recorded her first film, “Matar a Videla”, and became one of the figures of “Inolvidable, una historia de humor”. In 2006, she participated in “Gladiadores de Pompeya”, like Lucero. She became a finalist in Showmatch (Bailando 2). In 2007, she starred with Casi Ángeles, where he played Cielo Mágico, an amnesiac circus acrobat, and, for the third season, Paz Bauer. In 2010, she participated again in Showmatch (Bailando 2010) and led “Re creo en vos”. In 2011, she starred in the films “El secreto de Lucía” and “Días de Vinilo”. In 2012, she was the protagonist of “Los Únicos 2” and “Viento Sur”. She also made a special participation in the series “Historias de Divan”. In 2013, she led the “Reef Classic” in Montañita – Ecuador, and performed a participation in Los Vecinos en Guerra, as Lupe. In 2014, she starred in “Mis amigos de siempre” and in 2015, she starred in the film “Contrasangre”, the play “OrguYO” and the miniseries “Cromo“.[1] In 2016, she premiered the films “Dolores” and “El muerto cuenta su historia”. And in 2017, the movie “Ojalá vivas tiempos interesantes” was premiered.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Premiere Film Role Director Notes
2005 2010 Matar a Videla Lucía Nicolás Capelli
2011 2012 Días de Vinilo Lila Gabriel Nesci Protagonist
2011 2014 El secreto de Lucía Lucía Becky Garello Protagonist
2014 2015 Contrasangre Analía Nacho Garassino Protagonist[2]
2016 2016 Dolores Dolores Juan Dickinson Protagonist
2015 2016 El muerto cuenta su historia Bea Fabián Forte Protagonist
2015 2017 Ojalá vivas tiempos interesantes Laia Santiago Van Dam Special action

TV series[edit]

Year Series Channel Role Notes
2003 Rebelde Way Canal 9 Celeste
2004 Los Roldán Telefe Magda Special action
2004–2005 No hay 2 sin 3 Canal 9 Bárbara
2005 Call TV Herself conducer
Ayer te vi conducer
2006 Gladiadores de Pompeya Lucero Special action
Bailando por un sueño 2 El trece Herself competitor (finalist)
2007–2010 Casi Ángeles Telefe Cielo Mágico and Paz Bauer Protagonist
2010 Re-creo en vos El trece Herself conducer
Bailando por un sueño 2010 Herself competitor
2012 Los Únicos 2 El trece Mía Horguensen Protagonist
2013 Los vecinos en guerra Telefe Lupe Special action
Historias de diván Natalia
Reef Classic Pilsen Light Montañita 2013 TC Televisión Herself conducer
2013–2014 Mis amigos de siempre El trece Barbara Delgado Protagonist
2014 Viento Sur América TV Sofía Ludueña and Cersei Karnstein Protagonist
2015 Cromo TV Pública/ Netflix Valentina Protagonist

Theater[edit]

Year Work Role Location
2005
2006
Inolvidable:
Una historia de humor
Emilia Teatro Premier
2007–2008 Casi Ángeles Cielo Mágico Teatro Gran Rex
2009 Paz Bauer
2015 OrguYo Lana G104
2016 El otro lado de la cama Paula Apolo[3]

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • Estrella de Mar Awards
    • 2006: Revelation (Inolvidable, una historia de humor)[4] – Nominated
  • Martín Fierro Awards
    • 2008: Best Leading Actress in a Comedy (Casi Ángeles) – Nominated
  • Cóndor de Plata Awards
    • 2011: Revelation (Matar a Videla) – Nominated
  • Kids Choice Awards Argentina
  • Nuevas Miradas Awards
    • 2016: Best actress (Cromo) – Nominated
  • 12 Months Film Festival/Romania
    • 2017: Best actress (Lucia’s Secret) – Nominated [6]
  • Five Continents International Film Festival/Venezuela
    • 2017: Special Mention Lead Actress Feature Film (Lucia’s Secret) – Winner[7]
  • South Film and Arts Academy Festival/Chile
    • 2017: Best Lead Actress in a Feature Film(Lucia’s Secret) – Winner [8]
  • Vancouver Alternative Cinema Festival/Canadá
    • 2017: Best actress (Lucia’s Secret) – Winner[9]
  • San Antonio Independent Film Festival/Ecuador
    • 2018: Best actress (Lucia’s Secret) – Winner[10]
  • Festival Internacional de Cine de Autor/España
    • 2018: Best international actress (Lucia’s Secret) – Winner [11]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Details
Teen Angels 1
  • published: April 17, 2007
  • label: Sony Music Argentina
  • Format: CD
Teen Angels 2
  • published: April 15, 2008
  • label: Sony Music Argentina
  • Format: CD
Teen Angels 3
  • published: April 7, 2009
  • label: Sony Music Argentina
  • Format: CD

Live albums[edit]

Year Information
2008 Casi Ángeles en el Gran Rex
2009 Casi Ángeles En Vivo Teatro Gran Rex 2009

Simple[edit]

Year Title Album
2007 “Casi Ángeles” Teen Angels 1
“Voy Por Más”
“No te rindas”
“Dos Ojos”
“Valiente”
“Para vos”
“Te amaré por siempre”
“Un ángel”
“Tan alegre el corazón”
2008 “Señas tuyas” Teen Angels 2
“Río de besos”
“Guarda tu fé”
2009 “Cuando llegue tu amor” Teen Angels 3
2011 “Dicen que yo” El secreto de Lucía
2011 “Desde que no estas conmigo” Días de Vinilo

Video clips[edit]

Year Artist Video
2014 La Armada Cósmica “Botón”[12]
2010 Gin Tonic La Argentina esta barata[13]
2010 Minou Renacimiento (en Israel) 3D[14]
2010 Re.creo en vos Re.creo[15]
2008 Casi Ángeles Señas tuyas
2007 Casi Ángeles Dos ojos
2007 Casi Ángeles Casi Ángeles
2007 Casi Ángeles Voy por más[16]
2006 Ricardo Arjona Pingüinos en la cama[17]
2003 Emmanuel Horvilleur Soy tu nena[18]

Soundtracks[edit]

Year Title Series/Movie
2007 Voy por más Series
Dos ojos
2010 Re.Creo en vos Program
2011 Dicen que yo Movie[19]
2011 Desde que no estas conmigo Movie[20]

AUGUSTINA CHERRI

Agustina Cherri

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Agustina Cherri
Born
Agustina Cherri

(1983-02-15) 15 February 1983 (age 35)

Nationality  Argentina
Occupation actress, dancer, model, television producer, singer and activist
Years active 1989-present
Height 1.50 m (4 ft 11 in)
Weight 42 kg (93 lb)
Partner(s) Gastón Pauls (2007-2014)
Tomás Vera (2014-present)
Children Muna Pauls Cherri (b. March 14, 2009)
Nilo Pauls Cherri (b. December 29, 2011)

Agustina Cherri (born February 15, 1983) is an Argentine actress, dancer and model. She is perhaps best known for her participation as Milagros in Chiquititas, a popular children‘s telenovela.

Biography[edit]

Agustina Cherri grew up as a fan of Flavia Palmiero, a famous children’s show host during Cherri’s childhood. She had been taking dancing classes, and she felt that someday she would become a great dancer. In 1990, Agustina heard that there was an audition for children dancers at Palmiero’s Telefe television show, La Ola Esta de Fiesta. Cherri asked her mother to take her to the audition, and she was chosen for the show, making it her first show business experience.

Career[edit]

Agustina Cherri first taste of fame came after she played Camila in 1991’s Grande Pa!, a show that made her popular among Argentine pre-teens. At the same time, she participated in a variation of La Ola Esta de Fiesta, Flavia Esta de Fiesta. In 1993, she played Paola in Regalo del Cielo, which was not a major hit and has been a rather forgotten program by the general public. Her fame continued growing after her first stint at Chiquititas as Milagros Urién and, in 1998, she participated in Verano del ’98, she played the role of Violeta Herrera, which was replayed by the Argentine television network in 2005. In 1999, Cherri was given her first opportunity to star in a show, playing Lucia Escobar, the leading female character in Cabecita. Two important events happened in Cherri’s career during 2001: She was recalled to play Milagros Urién once again in Chiquititas, and she made her feature film debut, in a movie named Rodrigo, la Pelicula. Cherri participated as Gisela Vargas in Canal 13 Mil Millones, made in 2002, and as Anita in 2003 Son amores. That same year, she modeled for a calendar published by Caras magazine. During 2004, Cherri played Shamira in another major Canal 13 hit, Los Pensionados, and as Angela Capello in Hombres de Honor. In 2006 she starred in one of the chapters of Mujeres asesinas. At the beginning of 2007 she returned to the theater starring in the play ¿Quién le teme a Virginia Woolf?. In 2007 she’s starring in the soap Mujeres de Nadie. The role was originally for Marcela Klobooster, who also starred in Chiquititas, but she couldn’t accept it. Mujeres de Nadie is doing well on its afternoon slot at Canal 13. That same year she a special participation in Todos contra Juan where she acted of herself. In 2009 she starred alongside Carmen Vallejos and Leonor Benedetto the prestigious unitary Rosa, Violeta y Celeste in Canal 7. In 2010 she returns to participate in the telenovela Todos contra Juan. After moving away from acting for almost a year and a half due to motherhood, Agustina returns to television as the protagonist of the new unit of Canal 7, El paraíso alongside Alejandro Awada and Mariano Torre. The unit and the performance of Agustina received extremely favorable reviews. In 2014, she was one of the protagonists of Pol-ka‘s sitcom Mis amigos de siempre alongside Nicolás Cabre, Nicolás Vázquez, Emilia Attías, Gonzalo Heredia and Calu Rivero. For this fiction she was nominated for a Martín Fierro as Best Telenovela Actress. On the screen of Telefe she starred an episode of the unit La celebración, which was recorded a year before its broadcast. In the channel encuentro she produced and narrated the cycle Historias de género. In 2016 she is co-star of the telenovela Los ricos no piden permiso, where she plays Elena. In 2017 she star in the telenovela of Telefe Fanny, la fan where she plays Fanny. She is currently working on a theatrical work directed by Guillermo Francella based on the film of Paolo Genovese “Perfectos Desconocidos” alongside Carlos Portaluppi Magela Zannota, Gonzalo Heredia, Alejandro Awada, Mercedes Funes and Peto Menahem.

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Humanitarian Activities[edit]

Since 2004 Agustina along with the support of the Municipality Pilar founded ADA since then chaired the non-profit association. With her charity work and the galas which celebrities came, she managed to open the ADA Home, with space to 20 people. The institution had psychologists and social workers who worked with each person who entered the shelter to facilitate their conditions when entering. The home was a transit institution which aimed to devoted the victims of gender violence the desire to have a decent life and the possibility of reintegrating into society. Currently the foundation is still valid.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

From 2007 to 2014, Cherri was in a relationship with fellow Argentine actor Gastón Pauls [2][permanent dead link] [3], with whom she had two children, daughter Muna (b. 2009) and son Nilo (b. 2011). She is a vegetarian and she is a defender of animal rights.[1]

Television[edit]

Year Title Character Channel Role
1989-1990 La ola esta de fiesta Herself Canal 9 Dancer
1991-1992 Flavia esta de fiesta
1993 Regalo del cielo Paola El Trece Cast member
1992-1993 Grande, pa!!! Camila Telefe
1994 Más allá del horizonte Victoria Olazába
1995-1997 Chiquititas Milagros Urién Youth protagonist
1998-1999 Verano del 98 Violeta Herrera Youth protagonist
1999-2000 Cabecita Lucía Escobar Protagonist
2001 Chiquititas, la historia Milagros Urién Narradora/ Protagonist
Chiquititas Protagonist
Dientes de lata Sharon Disney Channel Voice
2002 Mil millones Gisela Vargas El Trece Co-protagonist
2003 Son amores Anita Cast member
2004 Los pensionados Shamira Protagonist
2005 Hombres de honor Ángela Capello/Patter Nostra Co-protagonist
2006 Mujeres asesinas Sofía Chap. 28: Sofía, nena de papá
2007 Mujeres de nadie Laura Garreto Protagonist
2008 Toilette Carla Cosmopolitan
Todos contra Juan Herself América TV Special participation
2009 Rosa, Violeta y Celeste Celeste TV Pública Protagonist
2010 Todos contra Juan 2 Herself Telefe Special participation
2011 El paraíso Laura Denegri TV Pública Protagonist
Historias Sencillas documental Herself Producer
2013 Historias de corazón Ana Telefe Chap. 3: El gran ilusionista
Luz Chap. 23: Una nueva luz
2014 La celebración María Viviani Chap. 5: Boda
2013-2014 Mis amigos de siempre Rocío Monti El Trece Protagonist
2014 Historias de género Herself Encuentro Narradora
2015 Conflictos modernos Solana Canal 9 Protagonist of one episode
2016 Los ricos no piden permiso Elena Rodríguez/Elena Villalba El Trece Protagonist
2017 Fanny, la fan Fanny Telefe

Discography[edit]

Solo Year Album
«Rechufas» 1995 Chiquititas vol 1
«Habia una vez»
«Mentiritas»
«Chufacha» 1996 Chiquititas vol 2
«Me pasan cosas»
«Chufachon» 1997 Chiquititas vol 3
«Por una sola vez»
«Cabecita» 2000 Cabecita
«Chiquititas baila así» 2001 Chiquititas vol 7
«Ventanita de Los Sueños»
«Vuela»
«Esperanza»

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Program Result
1996 Premios Martín Fierro Children’s Performance Chiquititas Winner
2013 Martín Fierro Awards Best Actress of daily comedy Mis amigos de siempre Nominated
2014 Premios Martín Fierro Best Leading Actress of daily fiction and comedy Mis amigos de siempre Nominated
2016 Kids’ Choice Awards Argentina Favorite Actress Los ricos no piden permiso Nominated

Theater[edit]

Year Title Character
1990-1991 La Ola está de fiesta dancer
1994 Grande brigada
1996-1997/2001 Chiquititas Milagros Urién
2006 ¿Quién le teme a Virginia Woolf? Virginia Woolf
2018 Perfectos Desconocidos Bianca

Movies[edit]

Year Movie Character Director
2001 Rodrigo, la película Romina

MARCELA KLOOSTERBOER

Marcela Kloosterboer

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Marcela Kloosterboer in 2008
Born
Marcela Kloosterboer

(1983-07-05) 5 July 1983 (age 35)

Nationality  Argentina
Occupation Actress, occasional Singer and Activist
Years active 1995-present
Height 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Weight 53 kg (117 lb)
Spouse(s)
Fernando Seiling (m. 2014)
Children Juana Seiling Kloosterboer (b. 2016)

Marcela Kloosterboer (born 5 July 1983) is an Argentine actress and occasional singer. She won Martín Fierro Award for Best New Actress in 1998 for Verano del ’98 and earned Argentine Film Critics Association Award for Best New Actress in 2004 for Roma. Kloosterboer is also known for her roles in television series Chiquititas, Son Amores and Lalola.

Personal and media life[edit]

Marcela Kloosterboer was born on 5 July 1983 in Vicente López, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina with parents of Dutch descent. She is a good friend of actress Agustina Cherri.[1] Kloosterboer is vegetarian and collaborated in an AnimaNaturalis campaign against the use of fur in 2008.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1995 Amigovios Peggy (TV Series)
1996 Mi Familia es un Dibujo Caro (TV Series)
1997 Dibu: la película
1998 Verano del ’98 Josefina Vidal (TV Series) Martín Fierro Award for Best New Actress
1999 Chiquititas Candela Maza (TV Series)
2000 Ilusiones Giulianna Parise (TV Series)
2002 Son Amores María (TV Series) (2002–03)
2004 Roma Renée Nominated — Argentine Film Critics Association Awards for Best New Actress
Los pensionados Flopy (TV Series)
2005 Sin código Vicky (TV Series)
2006 El Tiempo No Para Carolina (TV Series)
Doble Venganza Vera Pedraza (TV Series)
2007 Lalola Romina (TV Series) (2007–08)
2009 Valientes Isabel Gómez Acuña (TV Series) (2009–10)
2010 Un Lugar Lejano María
2011 Herederos de una venganza Emilia Piave TV series
2012 Graduados Romina Novillo TV series
2013 Los Vecinos en Guerra Carolina del Río TV series

Discography[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Project Result
1998 Martín Fierro Awards Best New Actress Verano del ’98 Won
2004 Argentine Film Critics Association Awards Best New Actress Roma Nominated
Actress (28 credits)
 2017 Las Estrellas (TV Series)
Lucía Estrella

Episode #1.169 (2017) … Lucía Estrella
Episode #1.168 (2017) … Lucía Estrella
Episode #1.167 (2017) … Lucía Estrella
Episode #1.166 (2017) … Lucía Estrella
Episode #1.165 (2017) … Lucía Estrella
 2015 Conflictos modernos (TV Mini-Series)

Bien Común (2015)
 2014 Sres. Papis (TV Series)
Helena Villaverde

Episode #1.183 (2014)
Episode #1.181 (2014)
Episode #1.182 (2014)
Episode #1.180 (2014)
Episode #1.179 (2014)
 2013 Los vecinos en guerra (TV Series)
Carolina Del Río

Episode #1.69 (2013) … Carolina Del Río
Episode #1.68 (2013) … Carolina Del Río
Episode #1.67 (2013) … Carolina Del Río
Episode #1.66 (2013) … Carolina Del Río
Episode #1.65 (2013) … Carolina Del Río
 2012 Graduates (TV Series)
Romina Novillo

Episode #1.178 (2012) … Romina Novillo
 2011-2012 Herederos de una venganza (TV Series)
Emilia Piave

Episode #1.219 (2012) … Emilia Piave
Episode #1.218 (2012) … Emilia Piave
Episode #1.217 (2012) … Emilia Piave
Episode #1.216 (2012) … Emilia Piave
Episode #1.215 (2012) … Emilia Piave
 2011 Los únicos (TV Series)
Vicky

Episode #1.3 (2011) … Vicky
 2010 Mount Bayo
Romina
 2010 Todos contra Juan (TV Series)
Marcela Kloosterboer

Juan y el pasado (2010) … Marcela Kloosterboer
 2009-2010 Valientes (TV Series)
Isabel Gómez Acuña

Episode #1.216 (2010) … Isabel Gómez Acuña
Episode #1.200 (2010) … Isabel Gómez Acuña
Capítulo 190 (2010) … Isabel Gómez Acuña
Capítulo 177 (2009) … Isabel Gómez Acuña
Episode #1.139 (2009) … Isabel Gómez Acuña
 2010 A Distant Place
Maria
 2007 Lalola (TV Series)
Romina

En cuerpo ajeno (2007) … Romina
 2006 Bendita vida (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (2006)
Episode #1.2 (2006)
Episode #1.1 (2006)
 2006 Doble venganza (TV Series)
Vera Pedraza

Episode #1.50 (2006) … Vera Pedraza
Episode #1.49 (2006) … Vera Pedraza
Episode #1.48 (2006) … Vera Pedraza
Episode #1.47 (2006) … Vera Pedraza
Episode #1.46 (2006) … Vera Pedraza
 2006 El tiempo no para (TV Series)
Carolina

Episode #1.159 (2006) … Carolina
Episode #1.158 (2006) … Carolina
Episode #1.157 (2006) … Carolina
Episode #1.156 (2006) … Carolina
Episode #1.154 (2006) … Carolina
 2005 Conflictos en red (TV Mini-Series)
Verónica

Amigos (2005) … Verónica
 2004 Los pensionados (TV Series)
Flopy Morán

Episode #1.116 (2004) … Flopy Morán
Episode #1.114 (2004) … Flopy Morán
Episode #1.115 (2004) … Flopy Morán
Episode #1.113 (2004) … Flopy Morán
Episode #1.112 (2004) … Flopy Morán
 2004 Sin código (TV Series)
Virginia

Episode #1.104 (2004) … Virginia
Episode #1.102 (2004) … Virginia
Episode #1.103 (2004) … Virginia
Episode #1.101 (2004) … Virginia
Episode #1.100 (2004) … Virginia
 2004 Roma
Reneé
 2002-2004 Sweethearts (TV Series)
María

Episode #2.218 (2004) … María
Episode #2.217 (2004) … María
Episode #2.216 (2003) … María
Episode #2.215 (2003) … María
Episode #2.197 (2003) … María
 2003 Pretenders (TV Series)
Mariana

El debilitador social (2003) … Mariana
 2001 Final Minute (TV Series)

Pleno centro (2001)
 2000 Illusions (TV Series)
Giuliana Parise

Episode #1.138 (2000) … Giuliana Parise
Episode #1.134 (2000) … Giuliana Parise
Episode #1.133 (2000) … Giuliana Parise
Episode #1.137 (2000) … Giuliana Parise
Episode #1.135 (2000) … Giuliana Parise
 1999 Chiquititas (TV Series)
Candela Maza

Episode #5.210 (1999) … Candela Maza
Episode #5.209 (1999) … Candela Maza
Episode #5.208 (1999) … Candela Maza
Episode #5.207 (1999) … Candela Maza
Episode #5.206 (1999) … Candela Maza
 1998 Endless Summer (TV Series)
Josefina ‘Jose’ Vidal / Josefina Vidal

Episode #1.119 (1998) … Josefina ‘Jose’ Vidal
Episode #1.118 (1998) … Josefina ‘Jose’ Vidal
Episode #1.117 (1998) … Josefina ‘Jose’ Vidal
Episode #1.116 (1998) … Josefina ‘Jose’ Vidal
Episode #1.115 (1998) … Josefina ‘Jose’ Vidal
 1996-1997 Cartoon Family (TV Series)
Caro

Episode #2.21 (1997) … Caro
Episode #2.20 (1997) … Caro
Episode #2.19 (1997) … Caro
Episode #2.18 (1997) … Caro
Episode #2.17 (1997) … Caro
 1997 Dibu: The Movie
Caro
 1995 Amigovios (TV Series)
Peggy (1995)

Episode #1.89 (1995) … Peggy (1995)
Episode #1.88 (1995) … Peggy (1995)
Episode #1.87 (1995) … Peggy (1995)
Episode #1.86 (1995) … Peggy (1995)
Episode #1.84 (1995) … Peggy (1995)

FLORENCIA PENA

Florencia Peña

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Florencia Peña
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Florencia Peña in 2009
Born
María Florencia Peña

(1974-11-07) November 7, 1974 (age 44)

Years active 1978–present
Spouse(s) Mariano Otero (2005-2012)
Partner(s) Ramiro Ponce de León
Children Tomás OteroJuan Otero

Felipe Ponce de León

María Florencia Peña (Spanish pronunciation: [maˈɾi.a floˈɾensja ˈpeɲa]; Buenos Aires, November 7, 1974) is an Argentine actress and comedian. She started in show business when she was four years old, with the television program Festilindo.

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Títle Character Notes
1983 Festilindo
1985 La gente del 2000 Member of the Panel
1987 Chispiluz Supporting Role
1987 Los viernes de Luisina Special participation
1987 Hombres de Ley Special participation
1988 SúperMingo Particcopation in sketchs
1988-1989 Clave de Sol Supporting Role
1989-1990 Nosotros y los otros Supporting Role
1990 Atreverse Special participation
1991 Regalo del Cielo Silvia Sprcial participation
1992-1995 Son de diez Bárbara Supporting Role
1996-1997 Sueltos Victoria Protagonist
1997-1998 De corazón Rita Supporting Role
1998 La Condena de Gabriel Doyle Blanca Special participation
1999 La nocturna Supporting Role
1999-2000 Verano del 98 Guadalupe Arriaga Supporting Role
2000 Chabonas Performance in sketches
2000 Tiempo final (1rst season) Protagonist of the Cap. “Pito final”
2000-2001 Luna Salvaje Ana Supporting Role
2001-2002 Poné a Francella Mrs. Robles/ Laura/ Eloísa Nominaded– Martín Award Fierro for best humoristic Labor
Nominaded– Clarín Award for best humoristic Labor
2002 Tiempo final (2nd season) Protagonist of the Caps. “Mano a mano” y “Targeta roja”
2002-2003 La banda de Cantaniño hostess
2003 El show de la tarde hostess
2003 Disputas Majo Winner Martín Award Fierro for best leading actress in a unit and / or miniseries
2004–2005 La niñera Florencia Finkel Winner Martín Fierro Award for best leading Actress in comedy
Nominaded– Clarín Award for best Comedia Actress
a version of The Nanny with Fran Drescher
2005–2006 Casados con Hijos Mónica Argento Winner Martín Fierro Award for best leading actress in comedy
Nominaded– Clarín Award for best comedy actress (2005)
Nominaded– Clarín Award for best comedy actress (2006)
a version of Married… with Children, with Guillermo Francella
2007 Hechizada Samantha a version of “Bewitched
2007-2008 Viaje de locos’ hostess
2008 Una de dos Eva Protagonist
2009 Los exitosos Pells Lucía Naba Special participation
2009 Flor de palabra hostess
2009–2010 Botineras Giselle López Protagonist
2010 Porque te quiero así Susana Macedo
2010 Cuando dije basta hostess
2011 Sr. y Sra. Camas Débora Camas Protagonist
2012 Bailando 2012 Contestant
2012 Tiempos compulsivos Lara Special participation
2013 Dale! La Tarde hostess
2013 Celebrity Splash Special participation
2014 La Nave de Marley Co-Hostess
2014 Tu cara me suena Contestant 3rd place
2015 Viudas e hijos del rock and roll Denise Special participation
2015 Tu cara me suena Herself Replacement of Elizabeth Vernaci and Panelist
2015-2016 Conflictos modernos Judge Julia Martínez
2016 Psiconautas Fabiana
2016 La peluquería de Don Mateo Alelí Co-protagonist
2017 Quiero vivir a tu lado Natalia Roucco de Justo Protagonist
2017 Bailando 2017 Judge
2018 Bailando 2018 Judge

Theater[edit]

Year Show Notes
1995–1996 En mi cuarto, Blancanieves
1998 Mamá es una estrella
1999 Shakespiriando
2000 Desangradas en glamour
2001 Confesiones de mujeres de 30
2002 Grease
2002 El romance del Romeo y la Julieta
2004–2005 Monólogos de la vagina
2005 Revista nacional
2006–2008 Sweet Charity Winner ACE Award for best Actress in a Musical and/or Theater Concert
2009 Frankie y Johnny en el claro de la Luna Nominaded– ACE Award for best lead actress in a dramatic comedy
2010 Un dios salvaje Winner ACE Award for best lead actress in a dramatic comedy

Movies[edit]

Year Títle Notes Role
1999 Ángel, la diva y yo Big screen Debut Ana
2002 ¿Y dónde está el bebé?
2005 Chicken Little Translated Abby Patosa
2006 Chile 672 Flopi
2010 Dormir al sol Adriana María
2010 Juntos para siempre

Awards[edit]

Martín Fierro Awards[edit]

Year Category Program Result
2002 humorístic Labor Poné a Francella Nominaded
2003 Best leading actress in a unit and / or miniseries Disputas Winner
2004 Best leading Actress in comedy La niñera Winner
2005 Best leading Actress in comedy Casados con Hijos Winner
2006 Best leading Actress in comedy Casados con hijos 2 Nominaded

Clarín Awards[edit]

Year Category Program Result
2002 Best Actress Poné a Francella Nominaded
2004 Best Actress La niñera Nominaded
2005 Best Actress Casados con Hijos Nominaded
2006 Best leading Actress in comedy Casados con Hijos Nominaded
2007 Best leading Actress in comedy Casados con hijos 2, Hechizada Nominaded

ACE Awards[edit]

Year Category Cycle Result
2007 Best Actress in a Musical and/or Theater Concert Sweet Charity Winner
2008 Best Lead Actress in a Dramatic Comedy Frankie & Johnny en el Claro de Luna Nominaded
2009–2010 Best Lead Actress in a Dramatic Comedy Un Dios Salvaje Winner

PAMPITA

Pampita

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Carolina “Pampita” Ardohaín
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Pampita in 2006
Born
Ana Carolina Ardohaín Dos Santos

(1978-01-17) January 17, 1978 (age 41)

Other names Pampita
Spouse(s)
Martín Barrantes
(m. 2002; div. 2005)
Partner(s) Benjamín Vicuña (2005-2015)
Juan Mónaco (2016-2019)
Modeling information
Height 1.60 m (5 ft 3 in)
Hair color Brown [1]
Eye color Brown [1]
Agency Dotto Models

Ana Carolina Ardohaín Dos Santos (born January 17, 1978)[2] is an Argentine model, television personality and actress. She is widely known by the nickname Pampita, a diminutive for La Pampa, the Argentine province where she was born. She was one of very few people baptised at the monastery of Nuestra Señora del Pilar in Recoleta, Buenos Aires.[3]

Career[edit]

Since 2013, the top model Carolina Ardohain represents the car makes Citroën and Citroën DS line.[4][5] In May 2016, “Pampita” entered the dancing reality show Bailando 2016 as a member of the jury.[6]

Acting career[edit]

Pampita starred in the 2017 film Desearás al hombre de tu hermana in her first leading role.

Personal life[edit]

Pampita was born in General Acha, La Pampa, Argentina. Her mother is Brazilian.[7]

She is the mother of Blanca Vicuña Ardohaín (born 2006 – deceased 2012), Bautista Vicuña Ardohaín (born 2008), Beltrán Vicuña Ardohaín (born 2012) and Benicio Vicuña Ardohaín (born 2014).

CELESTE CID

Celeste Cid

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Celeste Cid
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Born
María Celeste Cid

(1984-01-19) 19 January 1984 (age 35)

Occupation Actress, occasional singer
Years active 1997–present
Children 2

María Celeste Cid (Spanish pronunciation: [maˈɾi.a seˈleste ˈsið]; born 19 January 1984) is an Argentine actress. She is perhaps best known for her roles in television series Chiquititas, Verano del ’98 and Resistiré.

Filmography[edit]

 
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Chiquititas Barbarita (TV Series) (1997–98)
(Stage) (1997–98)
1999 Verano del ’98 Yoko Vázquez (TV Series) (1999–00)
2001 Enamorarte Celeste “Cele” Serrano (TV Series)
2002 Franco Buenaventura, el profe Carolina Peña (TV Series)
2003 Resistiré Julia Malaguer Podestá (TV Series)
2004 El Deseo Cartonera (TV Series)
Locas de amor Zara (TV Series)
2005 Hipólito y Fedra Fedra (Stage)
Conflictos en red Clara (TV Series)
Mujeres asesinas (Laura, abandonada) Cecilia (TV Series)(1 episode)
Botines Jazmín (Mini Series)
2006 Mujeres asesinas (Lucia, memoriosa) Lucía (TV Series) (1 episode)
2007 Mujeres elefante Cele (TV Film)
Televisión por la identidad Julia (TV Series)
2008 Motivos para no enamorarse Clara
Mujeres asesinas (TV Series)(1 episode “Dolores, poseida”)
Limbo (Director and Writer)
2010 Eva y Lola Eva
2012 The German Friend Sulamit Director: Jeanine Meerapfel
2014 Viudas e hijos del Rock and Roll Vera
2014 Aire libre Lucía
2015 La parte ausente Lucrecia
2017 Artax Mariana
2017 Las Estrellas Virginia (TV Series)

Discography[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Project Result
2002 INTE Award Best Young Actor Enamorarte Won
2003 Best Actress Resistiré Nominated
2009 Málaga International Film Festival Audience Award Motivos para no enamorarse de Mariano Mucci Won
Jury Award Won

Nominations[edit]

Health problems[edit]

On September 21, 2011, Celeste Cid was hospitalized, media presuming because of a cocaine overdose.[
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