Rocío Guirao Díaz

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Rocío Guirao Díaz
Born (1984-06-27) 27 June 1984 (age 29)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Occupation Fashion model
Spouse(s) Nicolás Paladini

Rocío Guirao Díaz (Spanish pronunciation: [roˈsi.o ɣiˈɾao ˈði.as]; born 27 June, 1984 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine fashion model from Muse Management.

Career[edit]

As a model she worked for high fashion brands like Everlast, Prestige, Tabatha, Sigry, Naffta, Fes Jeans, VOV Jeans, Saverio Di Ricci, Kees Von Kees and others.

In 2007 Rocío danced in the successful TV program Bailando por un sueño (the Argentine version of Dancing with the Stars) and hosted a TV program on cars called The Garage. In 2009 Rocío danced again in Showmatch as part of "El Musical De Tus Sueños" where she finished third.

In 2010 she starred in Pour La Gallery, a play by Anibal Pachano.

In May 2011 Rocío was again a contestant in Bailando por un Sueño, during its seventh season. In Round 5, she suffered a relapse during the duel in which she was sentenced, falling after a trick. The jury decided that she was going to be on the public vote, as others couples in the same position in the past seasons, were part of the public vote too. After the accident, she also returned to the competition for the sixth round, but then, due to personal problems, withdrew the competition.

Guirao Díaz debuted as a theater vedette in the 2013 revue, "Noche Brillante", in the theater Mateo Booz of Rosario, Santa Fe alongside Gachy Roldán, Saúl, Gabriela Flores, Florencia Amigo and Miguel Angel Tessandori.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Rocío married her boyfriend, Nicolás Paladini, on 1 December 2008 in Rosario, Argentina. The couple have two children: daughter Aitana Paladini (born 23 June 2009) and son Indio Paladini (born 2 February 2011).

Theatre[edit]

  • Pour La Gallery (2010)
  • El Arcoiris De Rocío (2011)
  • Noche Brillante (2013)

Television appearances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "El infartante debut de Rocío Guirao Díaz como vedette" (in Spanish). 28 January 2013. Retrieved 28 January 2013. 

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