Nadia Di Cello

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Nadia Di Cello
Born Nadia Mariel Di Cello
(1989-01-20) January 20, 1989 (age 25)
Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
Nationality Argentine
Years active 1996—present

Nadia Mariel Di Cello (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈnaðja ði ˈselo]; born 20 January 1989) is an Argentine actress. She is perhaps the best known of her role in television series Chiquititas, Rebelde Way and Rincón de Luz.

Career[edit]

Di Cello was born in Mexico City, Mexico. Di Cello demonstrated interest in becoming an actress at a very early age. In 1996, she auditioned for a Telefe production named Chiquititas and captured the role of "Nadia". In 1999, however, Di Cello changed the role, and now portrayed "María Fernández". She reprised the role of "María Fernández" in two Chiquititas related works, a television mini series Chiquititas and her film debut Chiquititas: Rincón de luz.

Di Cello next joined former Chiquititas co-stars Benjamin Rojas, Felipe Colombo, Luisana Lopilato and Camila Bordonaba in 2002 television series of Cris Morena, Rebelde Way, having played Flor Fernández for a short number of episodes. She then reprised her role of "María Fernández" in 2003 series Rincón de Luz, another Chiquititas—derived television series. Di Cello also reprised the role of "María Fernández" in Chiquitias spin—off and appeared as "Silvana" in telenovela El Refugio, starring her Rebelde Way co-stars Belén Scalella, Francisco Bass, Piru Sáez, Jorge Maggio and María Fernanda Neil.

Personal life[edit]

Di Cello is a supporter of football club Boca Juniors.[1] She has named Toy Story as her favourite film,[2] Aaron Carter her idol[3] and Shakira her favourite singer.[4] in 2010 she had a son name Valentino.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role
1999—2001 Chiquititas María Fernández
2002 Chiquititas: Rincón de luz María Fernández
2002 Rebelde Way Flor Fernández
2003 Rincón de Luz María Fernández
2004 El Refugio Silvana

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