Claudia di Girolamo

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Claudia di Girolamo
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Born Claudia di Girolamo Quesney
(1956-12-30) December 30, 1956 (age 57)
Santiago de Chile
Alma mater University of Chile
Occupation Actress
Years active 1979–present
Spouse(s) Cristián Campos(1984-1994)
Vicente Sabatini (1996–present)
Children 3

Claudia del Carmen di Girolamo Quesney (Santiago de Chile, born December 30 of 1956), is a Chilean actress. She studied theater in Universidad de Chile. Made her debut in 1979 with a little role in the miniserie Martín Rivas, in TVN.

She also performed some theater for television, in the program "Teatro como en el teatro" from channel 11 (today Chilevisión), together with the theater company from the Spanish actor resident in Chile, José Vilar, in the 80s decade, and in the first Chilean version of the rock opera Jesucristo Superestrella from Andrew Lloyd Webber, playing Mary Magdalene.

She was married to fellow actor Cristián Campos. Her current spouse for over 10 years is soap opera director, and a TVN executive, Vicente Sabatini.

Filmography[edit]

Televisión[edit]

Film and TV credits
Year Film Role Notes
1979 Martin Rivas Matilde Elias TV miniseries
1981 The Stepmother Luna San Lucas
1982 Someone to Live Karin Sonnenberg
A Happy Family Javiera Altamira TV miniseries
1983 La Noche del Cobarde Maria Constanza "Mary C"
1984 The Puppets Artemisa Mykonos
1985 Matrimonio de Papel Carmen Perez
1986 Bad Angel Lya Lozano
Secretos de Familia Xenia Castro
1987 The Invitation Consuelo
1990 Te Conte? Sabrina
1991 Volver a Empezar Valentina Urmeneta
1992 Trampas & Caretas Mariana Rios
1993 Jaque Mate Isabela Quesney
1994 Rompecorazón Patricia Sierra
1995 Stupid Cupid Sister Angelica
1997 Oro Verde Natalia Sotomayor
Sucupira: The Comedy Sara Lineros TV series
1998 Iorana Josefa Soublette
1999 La Fiera Catalina Chamorro "La Fiera" APES Awards for Best Actress in the Soap Operas
TV Grama Awards for Best Actress
Nominated — Altazor Awards of the National Arts for Best Actress on TV
2000 Romané Jovanka Antich Nominated — Altazor Awards of the National Arts for Best Actress on TV
2001 Pampa Ilusión Ines Clark / Dr. Florencio Aguirre APES Awards for Best Actress in the Soap Operas
Nominated — Altazor Awards of the National Arts for Best Actress on TV
2002 El Circo de las Montini Olga II Montini TV Grama Awards for Best Actress
2003 Puertas Adentro Erika Sandoval
2004 Los Pincheira Marwa Abu Kassem Nominated — Altazor Awards of the National Arts for Best Actress on TV
Idolos Isabel Segovia
2006 Complices Soledad Mendez Nominated — Altazor Awards of the National Arts for Best Actress on TV
2007 Carcel de Mujeres Camila Prado TV series
2008 Viuda Alegre Beatriz Sarmiento APES Awards for Best Actress in the Soap Operas
Paz: Una Historia de Pasión Lady Marta of Almendros TV series
2009 Los Exitosos Pells Franca Andrade
Conde Vrolok Elena Medrano
2011-2013 Prófugos Kika Ferragut TV series
Nominated — Monaco Film Critics Award for Best Female Performance - Drama
2011 The Lady Lady Catalina de los Rios-Lisperguer Nominated — Copihue de Oro Awards for Best Actress on TV
2012 The Sexologist Olivia Pamplona Nominated — Copihue de Oro Awards for Best Actress on TV
2013 Graduados Titi Arregui
2014 La doble vista de Carolina Salazar Sofia Parker
Film
Year Title Role Other notes
1990 Amelia Lópes O'Neill The Woman of Fernando
1990 Two Women in the City Valeria Vergara
1996 My Last Man Florencia
2007 Radio Heart Sandra
2008 Secrets Amelia
2014 Do Not be Afraid Rosario (Pre-production)

Theater[edit]

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