Carolina Arregui

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Carolina Arregui
Born María Carolina Arregui Vuskovic
(1965-08-26) August 26, 1965 (age 49)
Santiago, Chile
Occupation Actress
Years active 1983–present
Spouse(s) Óscar Rodríguez (1985-1993)
Roy Sothers (2005-present)
Children 3

María Carolina Arregui Vuskovic (born August 26, 1965 in Santiago, Chile) is a Chilean television actress of Croatian and Basque descent. Although she never attended drama school, Arregui is considered to be one of Chile's most popular and gifted actresses.

Biography[edit]

She debuted at age 17 in the telenovela "El Juego de la Vida". Since this work, she started her TV career obtaining some important roles, as in "Los Títeres", "La Torre 10" and especially "Ángel Malo", which is considered as her breakthrough role.

In 1993, Arregui left her acting career for personal reasons, within a turmoil of controversy regarding her own marriage to Chilean TV director, Oscar Rodríguez. She returned in 1998, portraying Verónica Retamales in "A Todo Dar". For this role, she won the APES (Asociación de Periodistas de Espectáculos) award for Best Actress.[1]

In 2002, Carolina returned to Canal 13, her legendary TV station, in "Buen Partido". The same year, she acted in the comedy play "Entre Brujas", starring along fellow actresses Rosita Nicolet, Liliana García, Tichi Lobos and Loreto Valenzuela.

In 2003 she was cast in "Machos" as Sonia, one of the lead characters. "Machos" was a great success, becoming the telenovela with the highest rating in Chilean television that year. In 2005, she portrayed Beatriz in "Brujas" as a sexy and overwhelming woman. In 2008, she played Maira Acevedo in "Don Amor", filmed in Puerto Rico and broadcast in both the island and in Chile. In 2009, Arregui played the character of Anita Rojas in "Cuenta Conmigo".

In 2010, Arregui was crowned as queen of the 2010 Viña del Mar International Song Festival, voted by the media covering the event.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Theatre[edit]

  • Entre Brujas (2002)

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