Belén Francese

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Belén Francese
Born María Belén Francese
(1985-03-08) March 8, 1985 (age 30)
Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ethnicity Italian
Occupation Vedette, actress, model, comedienne, dancer, hostess, writer

María Belén "Belu" Francese(born March 8, 1985 in Belgrano, Buenos Aires) is an Argentine writer, model, hostess and theatre vedette, actress-comedienne and amateur dancer, singer-songwriter.

Theatre[edit]

2005: Terminestor 2005 - (3rd Actress) - (Villa Carlos Paz) - Jorge Guinzburg and Miguel Ángel Cherutti (head producers and directers).
2006-07: El Champán Las Pone Mimosas - (Supporting Actress) - (Avenida Corrientes - Mar del Plata) - Gerardo Sofovich (head producer and directer).
2007-08: Mas Loca Que Una Vaca - (Supporting Actress) - Awarded an Estrella Concert award for best supporting actress.
2009-10: What Pass Hold - (2nd Actress-Comidienne) - Alongside Moria Casán.
2010-11: Bravísima - (First Vedette) - By Carmen Barbieri and Javier Faroni (head producers), Santiago Bal (writer and directer).
2011-12: Cuatro Colas y Un Funeral - (Co-lead Actress)

Books[edit]

2008: Pequeña Belén (no) ilustrada[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Da Silva Villarrubia, Santiago Katriel (August 12, 2008). "Pequeña Belén (no) Ilustrada, el libro de Belén Francese" (in Spanish). Extremista.com.ar. Retrieved October 23, 2012. 

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