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Candela Vetrano

Candela Vetrano
Born María Candela Vetrano Vega
(1991-08-09) August 9, 1991
Lomas de Zamora, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Occupation Actress, singer and model
Years active 1999–present
Partner(s) Agustin Sierra (2008–2010)
Lucas Minuto (2011–2013)

María Candela Vetrano Vega (born August 9, 1991 in Lomas de Zamora, Argentina). Is an Argentine actress, singer and model. She the best known for her roles in television series Rincón de Luz, Floricienta, Chiquititas Sin Fin, Casi Ángeles and Supertorpe.

Contents

  • Personal life 1
  • Career 2
  • Filmography 3
  • Theater 4
  • Discography 5
  • Awards 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

Personal life

Her father is Hector Vetrano and her mother is Maria Virginia Vega debuted on the television show Agrandadytos in 1999, when she was seven years old. She made her acting debut in Rincón de Luz, a successful children's television series created and produced by Cris Morena.

She is a great friend of Lali Espósito; they have worked together from childhood on Rincón de Luz, Floricienta, Chiquititas Sin Fin and Casi Angeles (all created and produced by Cris Morena).[1] The two lived in Banfield, Buenos Aires. In 2008 she was in a relationship with her close friend and costar in Casi Angeles, Agustin Sierra until they broke up at the start of 2010 and after that they didn't talk as much. When the show ended there was no news of the pair communicating.

Career

Her early television credits include Agrandadytos, Rincón de luz, Floricienta, Chiquititas and Casi Ángeles.[2] Her first lead came in 2011 with Supertorpe and was joined by Pablo Martinez.[3][4]

In 2013, she starred in the soap opera Vecinos en guerra[5] and created her own clothing line Che Mona.[6] In 2014 she starred in the play "Criatura emocional".[7]

Filmography

Year Title Role Television
1999 Agrandadytos herself Canal 13
2003 Rincón de Luz Estrella Canal 9
2005 Floricienta Guillermina Canal 13
2006 Chiquititas Sin Fin Valeria San Simón Telefe
2007–2010 Casi Ángeles Estefanía "Tefi" Elordi Rinaldi Telefe
2011– 2012 Supertorpe Poly Truper Disney Channel Telefe
2013 Los Vecinos en Guerra Paloma Crespo Telefe
2014–2015 Noche y Dia, junto a vos Milagros Villa El Trece

Theater

Year Title Role Theater
2006 Chiquititas Valeria Gran Rex
2007–2010 Casi Ángeles Tefi Gran Rex
2011 Supertorpe Poly Opera
2014 Criatura emocional[8] Tabaris

Discography

Awards

Year Nomination Labor Result
2011 favorite Actress Super torpe Nominated


References

  1. ^ http://www.diariopopular.com.ar/notas/157632-lali-esposito-candela-vetrano-su-amistad-no-es-solo-ficcion
  2. ^ http://www.hola.com.ar/1526932-candela-vetrano-una-belleza-teen-que-se-impone
  3. ^ http://www.clarin.com/espectaculos/tv-y-radio/amor-super-poderoso_0_505749471.html
  4. ^ http://www.clarin.com/espectaculos/tv-y-radio/heroina-atipica_0_541746112.html
  5. ^ http://www.clarin.com/espectaculos/Candela-Vetrano-Actriz-disenadora_0_846515377.html
  6. ^ http://al-dia.com.ar/moda/hey-mona-by-candela-vetrano-2013_35869
  7. ^ http://www.diaadia.com.ar/show/candela-vetrano-es-criatura-emocional
  8. ^ http://exitoina.com/2014-04-18-247435-candela-vetrano-angela-torres-y-delfina-chaves-preparan-criatura-emocional/

External links

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSdsJMESxAM&feature=related (Candela Vetrano song: "Tu canción" / Casi Ángeles).
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIGf8Uyahmo (Candela Vetrano, Mariana Espósito, María Eugenia Suárez and Agustin Sierra in Rincón de Luz 2003).
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnuz63gd1dw&feature=related (Candela Vetrano, Lali Espósito and Eugenia Suárez in Casi Ángeles 2008)
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jp8OSnerFz0 (Candela Vetrano VIDEO: "Mirame" /soundtrack Super Torpe 2011).
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HALr1I2w7aE&feature=related (Candela Vetrano VIDEO: "Por vos" / soundtrack Super Torpe 2011).
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