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Life and Career
Born in 1977, he studied acting at the National School of Dramatic Art with Julio Bocca, Javier Daulte, Julio Chávez, and other personalities of Argentina. He began his career in 1988 with the second season of the television series De carne somos and the movie Las puertitas of Sr. Lopez. In 1992, holding some of the American literature courses for the Foundation Ortega and Gasset in Spain and after returning to his country of origin is a production assistant on several television dramas. Later he took part in several television series such as Sei forte papà, Gerente de familia, and Hombres de ley. He also took some roles in theater and cinema.
Starting in 1998, for the recording of the series Verano del '98, but leaves due to his participation in, in which he stars, called El camino in 2000 with Antonella Costa. In the theater, he instead took part in the works Besame mucho from 2001 to 2003, where Rodríguez co-stars. Previously, he had small roles in La edad del Sol and El mundo contra mí.
In 2011, he won an award at the New York International Film Festival for Best Actor for El Pozo, which he was the protagonist of. In November 2012 he won the Premio del Mundo Theatre award. He portrayed Ricardo Simonetti in Soy Luna.
|1988||Las puertitas del Sr. López||Unknown|
|Tres alegres fugitivos|
|1996||El mundo contra mí|
|1999||La edad del sol||Javier|
|1999 - 2000||Verano del 98||Damián Guzmán|
|Luna salvaje||Alejandro "Alejo" Aguilar|
|2003||Costumbres argentinas||Marcos Liniers|
|2012 - 2015||Violetta||Pablo Galindo|
|2013 - 2014||Taxxi, amores cruzados||Benito Gómez|
|2016 - 2018||Soy Luna||Ricardo Simonetti|
- He is one of the six cast members to have appeared on Violetta.
- He appeared in the Argentinian telenovela Casi Ángeles, just like his co-star Valentina Zenere.
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