Agustín Bernasconi (born October 15, 1996) is an Argentine actor, singer-songwriter and musician. He portrays Gastón Perida on Soy Luna.

Life and Career

Bernasconi was born to Diego Bernasconi and Claudia Aspirate in Córbada, Argentina on October 15, 1996. His first big role was in the telenovela Aliados, where he portrayed Manuel Ramírez, alongside Peter Lanzani, Oriana Sabatini and Mariel Percossi.

In March 2016, Bernasconi began his new role as Gastón Perida in the Disney Channel Latin American Original Series, Soy Luna. He left during Season 3 to pursue his music career.

In May 2017, he and Maxi Espindola signed a contract with Sony Music Argentina. They released their first single on August 23 called "Amor prohibido."[2]


Year Title Role
2013 - 2014 Aliados Manuel Ramírez
2016 - 2018 Soy Luna Gastón Perida
2020 BIA Himself
2021 Soy Luna: The Last Concert Himself/Gastón Perida

Awards and Nominations

Year Award Category Work Result
2016 Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Trendy Boy Won
2017 Premios Martín Ferro Digital Music Video of the Year
(with Maxi Espindola, as MYA)
"Amor Prohibido" Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Trendy Boy Won
2018 Premios Martín Ferro Digital Best Musical Production
(with Maxi Espindola, as MYA)
Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Favorite Actor Soy Luna

External Links


  • He has a YouTube channel where he uploads covers of different songs.
    • He covered "Vivir mi vida" by Marc Anthony with Ruggero Pasquarelli and his former Aliados co-star Maxi Espindola.[3]
    • He covered "Desde cuando" with Martina Stoessel.[4]
  • Before Soy Luna, he appeared in a telenovela called Aliados, along with his Soy Luna co-star Valentina Zenere. Their characters were romantically involved.
  • He reached one million followers on Instagram on July 9, 2016.[5]
  • His favorite superhero is Superman.[1]
  • He and co-star Ruggero Pasquarelli appeared on a radio show named "Media Pila", which is hosted by their fellow co-star, Gastón Vietto, and Agustín's former co-star from Aliados, Manuela Viale.[6]


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