Carla Peterson (actress)

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Carla Peterson
Carla-peterson.jpg
Born (1974-04-06) April 6, 1974 (age 43)
Córdoba, Argentina
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Martín Lousteau
Website http://www.carlapeterson.com/

Carla Constanza Peterson (born April 6, 1974) is an Argentine actress.

She began her career on the stage. Among the plays she appeared in was ¿Quien es Janet? (Who is Janet?) with Claudia Fontan and Mariana Prömmel.

She first appeared on television in the 1992 telenovella Dance Party. After discovering her talent, producers began casting her in other productions such as Princesa (Princess) and Naranja y Media. She appeared on Polish television in the TV4 broadcast of the soap opera Enamorarte (Young Lovers), in which she played Lucia, a single mother bringing up her son. The role of Constanza Insua was the turning point in her acting career in Sos mi vida (You are the One) in 2006, where she appeared with Natalia Oreiro and Facundo Arana. Her first leading role, in the telecomedy Lalola, was distributed in many countries and brought her great celebrity.[1] Her role in this telenovela earned her a Martin Fierro Award in 2007, one of nine awarded to Lalola that year, including the Fierro Gold .[2]

In 2009 she was cast with Carlos Sorín in the film La Ventana and a new telenovela called Los Exitosos Pells, in which she appeared opposite Mike Amigorena as Sol, a television journalist.

In December, 2015 she announced that she will live in Washington, DC with her husband Martin Lousteau, who was named the Argentine Ambassador to the United States in the Macri administration.[3]

Television series[edit]

Theater[edit]

  • Montaña Rusa
  • La Nena
  • Comedia
  • Alcestes
  • ¿Quién es Janet?
  • El castillo (The Castle, by Kafka)
  • Para todos los gustos
  • Todo está bien si termina bien (All's Well That Ends Well, by Shakespeare)
  • Corazon Idiota
  • La Guerra De Los Roses

Awards[edit]

Nominations[edit]

  • Martín Fierro 2006: Best Supporting Actress in a comedy (Sos mi vida)
  • Winner of the Gold Martin Fierro 2008 for the TV show Lalola, which had 16 nominations in the same event.

References[edit]

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