Alejandro Awada

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Alejandro Awada
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Born (1961-12-07) December 7, 1961 (age 54)
Villa Ballester, Buenos Aires Province

Alejandro Awada (Spanish pronunciation: [aleˈxandɾo aˈwaða]; December 7, 1961 in Villa Ballester, Buenos Aires Province) is an Argentine character actor of Lebanese descent.[1] He has appeared in a great number of television series, programmes and onstage.

Personal life[edit]

Awada was born on 3 December 1961, the son of Ibrahim Awada, a Lebanese Muslim immigrant native of Baalbek, and Elsa Esther "Pomi" Baker, of Syrian descent.[2]

He was known for his relations with Melanie Alfie, Marina Borensztein and Sabrina Farji and presently with Mishal Katz. He has one daughter, Naiara.

His sister Juliana is the First Lady of Argentina as she is married to Mauricio Macri, elected President of Argentina.

Filmography[edit]

  • Historia de un clan (2015) (mini) TV Series
  • Gone Fishing (2012)
  • Bye Bye Life (2006)
  • Ratón Pérez, El (2006) (voice)
  • Suspiros del corazón (2006)
  • El Aura (2005)
  • Tigre escondido, El (2005)
  • Suerte está echada, La (2005)
  • "Hombres de honor" (2005) TV Series
  • Partiendo átomos (2005)
  • Traductor, El (2005)
  • "Sin crédito" (2005) (mini) TV Series
  • Peligrosa obsesión (2004)
  • Whisky Romeo Zulu (2004)
  • Ay Juancito (2004)
  • 48, El (2004)
  • Borde del tiempo, El (2004)
  • Arizona sur (2004)
  • "Simuladores, Los" (2002) TV Series
  • "Sol negro" (2003) (mini) TV Series
  • Séptimo arcángel, El (2003)
  • Día que me amen, El (2003)
  • Dibu 3 (2002)
  • Cabeza de tigre (2001)
  • La Fuga (2001)
  • Un amor de Borges (2000)
  • Nueve reinas (2000)
  • Camino, El (2000)
  • Tesoro mío (2000)
  • Sueño de los héroes, El (1997)
  • Comodines (1997)

Awards[edit]

  • 2015 Martín Fierro Awards[3]
    • Best actor of miniseries

Nominations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alejandro Awada" (in Spanish). Perfil. 11 January 2007. 
  2. ^ "Padres de Juliana Awada" (in Spanish). La Nacion. 1 April 2012. 
  3. ^ "Martín Fierro 2016: todos los ganadores" [Martín Fierro 2016: all the winners] (in Spanish). La Nación. May 15, 2016. Retrieved May 16, 2016. 
  4. ^ "Todos los nominados a los Martín Fierro 2014" [All the nominations for the 2014 Martín Fierro] (in Spanish). La Nación. April 15, 201. Retrieved April 14, 2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)

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