Ariel Levy (actor)

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Ariel Levy
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Born (1984-09-28) September 28, 1984 (age 33)
Santiago
Occupation Actor, singer
Years active 2004–present

Ariel Levy Dor (born September 28, 1984) is a Chilean Jewish actor and singer. He is best known for playing Javier Fernández, the main character in the Nicolás López comic film trilogy Qué pena tu..., Pablo 'Carpa' Parra in Mala Conducta, Adamo Curilén in La Sexóloga, Ariel in Aftershock and Alejandro in The Green Inferno.[1]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Promedio Rojo Roberto Rodríguez
2005 Se Arrienda David
2006 Porky te Amo Clemente Goycolea TV Series (1 episode)
2006 JPT: Justicia para todos Dead Young TV Series (1 episode)
2007 Casado con Hijos Vicente TV Series (1 episode)
2008 Mala conducta Pablo 'Carpa' Parra TV Series (7 episodes)
2010 Mitos y Leyendas: La Nueva Alianza ´ Julian
2009 - 2014 Teatro en CHV Nico / Brandon TV Series (5 episodes)
2010 Que pena tu vida Javier Fernández
2011 Infiltradas Cristóbal Espejo TV Series (47 episodes)
2011 12 Días Juan ´ TV Mini-Series (2 episodes)
2011 Marcelo, La Mafia y La Estafa Marcelo Gambardella
2011 Que pena tu boda Javier Fernández
2012 Soltera Otra Vez Exequiel Echeverría TV Series (3 episodes)
2012 Aftershock Ariel
2012 Que pena tu familia Javier Fernández
2012 - 2013 La Sexóloga Adamo Curilén TV Series (84 episodes)
2013 The Green Inferno Alejandro
2013 Mis Peores Amigos: Promedio Rojo, El Regreso Roberto Rodríguez
2013 Se Venden Ivan TV Movie
2014 Loco Cielo de Abril Bruno
2014 The Stranger Caled
2014 Fuerzas Especiales Comisario Carboni
2014 Blood Sugar Baby Billy
2015 Fuerzas Especiales 2: Cabos Sueltos Comisario Carboni
2015 La leyenda de el Crack Freddy 'Fantasía' Monquiel
2015 Exorcistas Ariel
2016 Sin Filtro Bastián
2016 20añero a los 40 Oliver Grez TV Series

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Full Cast Announced for Eli Roth's The Green Inferno". comingsoon.net. October 25, 2012. Retrieved August 4, 2013. 

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