Jésica Cirio

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Jessica Cirio
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Born Jessica Wanda Judith Cirio Perutich
(1985-03-21) March 21, 1985 (age 29)
Lanús, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
Occupation Vedette, dancer, model, actress
Modeling information
Height 1.52 m (5 ft 0 in)
Measurements 89-64-89 (EU)
35-25-35 (US)

Jessica Wanda Judith Cirio Perutich (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈʝesika ˈsiɾjo]; born March 21, 1985 in Lanús, Buenos Aires Province) better known as Jésica Cirio or Jessica Cirio is an Argentine model, dancer and vedette of Italian descent. She has appeared on the Argentine reality show Cámara en Mano as well as in pictorial spreads in Revista Hombre.

Fame[edit]

She was the host of Kubik, a TV programme broadcast in La Plata's America 2. She also took part in two popular Argentine-versions of ShowMatch Bailando por un sueño in 2006, 2008 and 2012[1] and Dancing on Ice also in 2006.[2] Cirio has worked many times in Chile and has also been in Fiebre de Baile.

Beginnings[edit]

Her first public appearance was in 1999, which made an erotic clip on "Pasión Tropical". Later, he was called to the character of "niece" of Gerardo Sofovich in "Polémica en el Bar". In addition, special guest on "Cámara en Mano".

In 2004 she was called to be the hostess of the programme "Kubik" for America 2, where she remained until 2009, being replaced by Victoria Vanucci, and then for Ivanna Palliotti, Melina Pitra and Alejandra Maglietti.

2006-2010: ShowMatch & Chile[edit]

In 2006, Cirio participated in the first edition of Bailando por un Sueño, segment of "ShowMatch" for Canal 13, which made it to the semi-finals. Jésica also participated in other television programs, in roles with which it was becoming more known.

In 2007, she participated in the first edition of Patinando por un Sueño, figure skating competition of the programme "ShowMatch", hosted by Marcelo Tinelli. The model demonstrated her talent on the track, and reached the semifinals, in which he lost to actress Anita Martínez, but also fulfilled the dream of a dreamer. She left 20 ° between 22 participants.[3]

In February 2008, Jessica was invited by Chilevisión to the programm of celebrity gossip and entertainment SQP where she covered the details of the Festival of Viña del Mar, in Chile.

In 2008, she again took part in the fifth edition of Bailando por un Sueño.[4]

In 2009, Jessica returned to Chile to participate in Fiebre de Baile and the series Infieles and Teatro en Chilevision.

Cirio in late-2009 debuted as the first vedette of the music hall, "Carnaval de Estrellas" in the province of Villa Carlos Paz. The musical's main cast was (in order of figures): Valeria Lynch later Estela Raval, Raúl Lavié, Jessica Cirio, Flavio Mendoza, Juan Carlos Calabró, Marcos "Bicho" Gómez, Martín "Campi" Campilongo, "Pepa" Brizuela, Florencia "Floppy" Tesouro, Sabrina Artaza, Pabla Thomen, Marikena Cornejo and cast.[5] Produced by "Jordan Productions" with Andrea Stivel and Daniel Comba, creators. Choreographes by Hugo Gómez and Vanina Befaro while Beto Romano was the designer of the costumes. The musical debuted on December 18, 2009 in theater, Candilejas I.[6]

In 2010 she was invited to the program Así Somos by the Chilean TV channel La Red and then she hosted with Roberto Menna (Bobby) Impacto 9 by Canal 9 and participate in Bailando por un Sueño 2010, in which she was eliminated but was already planning to get off the competition because of the death of her former boyfriend.

2011-Present: Excitante & Noche de Astros[edit]

In late September 2011, after her trip to the United States of America, she was called to host a program in New York.

In October 2011 Jessica Cirio is confirmed by Nito Artaza and Miguel Ángel Cherutti to star with Adabel Guerrero, Alejandra Maglietti, Estefanía Bacca and Virginia Dobrich, the play called "Excitante" was being held in Mar del Plata.

From late-2011 throw early-2012 Jésica Cirio was in the theatre musical Excitante. The show presented itself in the theatre of Mar del Plata. The producer was Daniel Comba and the show was led and presented by Miguel Ángel Cherutti and Nito Artaza.

The musical finished in its fourth musical cycle and with Cirio as the co-lead vedette after supervedette Adabel Guerrero.[7] The show was formed by Adabel Guerrero, Jésica Cirio, Estefanía Bacca, Alejandra Maglietti, Cinthia Fernández & Virginia Dobrich as well as Miguel Ángel Cherutti and Nito Artaza also Marcos “Bicho” Gómez, the late Estela Raval with Los 5 Latinos and Adrián Kiss the shows lead male dancer and acrobat.[8][9]

On November 2, 2012 the model made an appearance for the river border state of Argentina to Uruguay, Entre Ríos Province in the Astros theater where she and many other theater artist presented Entre Ríos' summer theatrical season debut for 2012 and 2013 with three shows, one in which she starred as the lead vedette in a theater magazine, "Noche de Astros". Cirio has abandoned the magazine for unknown reasons.[10][11]

Personal details[edit]

  • Measurements: 89-64-89 (EU); 35-25-35 (US)
  • Height: 1.52 m
  • Nationality: Argentina; Italy
  • She now lives in the Puerto Madero neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

Trajectory[edit]

Television[edit]

  1. 1999 – Pasión tropical – América TV – Video.
  2. 1999 – Polémica en el Bar (segmento) – Canal 9 – niece
  3. 2004/2009 – KubikAmérica 2 – Hostess.
  4. 2005 – Noche de juegosTVN – guest
  5. 2006 – Bailando por un sueñoCanal 13 – competitor (7/9)
  6. 2006 – Cámara en Mano – special guest.
  7. 2007 – Patinando por un sueñoCanal 13 – competitor (20/22).
  8. 2008 – SQP (Chile) – Chilevisión – Special journalist of the Festival of Viña del Mar
  9. 2008 – Bailando por un sueñoCanal 13 – competitor (32/42).
  10. 2008 – Teatro en Chilevisión – Chilevisión – actress
  11. 2009 – Fiebre de baile – Chilevisión – competitor
  12. 2009 – Infieles – Chilevisión – actress
  13. 2010 – Así somosLa Red – special guest
  14. 2010 – Impacto 9Canal 9 – hostess
  15. 2010 – Bailando por un SueñoCanal 13 – competitor (19/31).
  16. 2012 – AMTelefe – guest
  17. 2014 – Bailando por un SueñoCanal 13 – current competitor

Theatre[edit]

  1. 2009-2010 – "Carnaval de Estrellas" (Valeria Lynch, Raúl Lavie and Flavio Mendoza) – Teatro Candileja I (Villa Carlos Paz) – Replaced by Adabel Guerrero.
  2. 2011-2012 – "Excitante" (Estela Raval, Adabel Guerrero, Nito Artaza and Miguel Ángel Cherutti) – Mar del Plata.
  3. 2012 – "Noche de Astros" (Miguel Ángel Cherutti and Marcos "Bicho" Gómez) – Teatro Astros (Entre Ríos) – Abandoned.

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