Carmen Barbieri

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Carmen Barbieri
Carmen Barbieri.jpg
Born (1955-04-21) April 21, 1955 (age 62)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)

Carmen Luz Barbieri Caputo (born 21 April 1955) is an Argentine actress, supervedette, dancer, stand-up comedian, director and theatre producer. Barbieri was the first winner of ShowMatch's Bailando 2006 (paired with professional dancer, Christian Ponce).

Early life[edit]

Carmen Barbieri is the daughter of comedian Alfredo Barbieri and granddaughter of guitarist Guillermo Barbieri.

Career[edit]

In 1976 she made her film debut in La guerra de los sostenes. The same year she starred in La aventura explosiva. In 1978 she acted in Con mi mujer no pudo and the following year in El rey de los exhortos, Las muñecas que hacen ¡pum!, Expertos en pinchazos and Hotel de señoritas. In 1980, Barbieri worked on Los superagentes contra todos. In 1985 she appeared with Guillermo Francella in the film El Telo y la Tele. Her last movie was Las Colegialas (1986).

In 1985 Carmen appeared on the TV show Mesa de Noticias. In 1987 she acted in the series Matrimonios y algo más. In 1992 she conducted Ta Te Show and in 1994 La Revista del Domingo. In 1996 she acted in the series Como pan caliente along with model Claudia Albertario. In 1997 part of the series Cebollitas. The following year she led the program Movete. She joined journalist Marcelo Polino after Georgina Barbarossa ceded her post.

In 2003 led by America 2, she appeared on Cómplices y testigos and 2005 starred in the sitcom ¿Quién es el jefe? with Gianella Neyra and Nicolás Vázquez. In 2006 Barbieri participated in the segment Showmatch Bailando por un sueño, triumphing in the competition.

In the summer 2006 - 2007 she worked in theater and starred in a confrontation with Moria Casan. In 2007 she again competed on Bailando por un sueño. She was eliminated in the tenth week of milonga and while appearing on América network on the morning show El diario de Carmen. She appeared in the play Incomparable with Miguel Angel Cherutti, Celina Rucci and cast on Teatro Neptuno of Mar del Plata. She was a member of the jury of Bailando por un sueño 2008. In 2009 a member of the jury of Bailando por un Sueño Kids with Laura Fidalgo, Reina Reech and Miguel Angel Cherutti. She was recently starring in Bravísima and was again on the jury of Bailando por un sueño 2011. In 2011 she appared again in theatre show Barbierísima.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Films
Year Title
1976 La guerra de los sostenes
1976 La aventura explosiva
1978 Con mi mujer no puedo
1979 Expertos en pinchazos
1979 El rey de los exhortos
1979 Las muñecas que hacen pum
1979 Hotel de señoritas
1980 Los Superagentes contra todos
1985 El telo y la tele
1986 Las colegialas

Theatre[edit]

Obra
Year Title
1976 Los verdes estan en el Maipo
1978 La revista de Champagne
1980 Los años locos del Tabarís
1981 ¡Verdisssima! 81
1985 Taxi
1989 Increiblemente Juntos
2002 Acaloradas
2003 Obvio!
2004 Money Money
2007 Irresistible, otra historia de humor
2008 Incomparable, el humor continua
2009 Vedettisima
2010 Fantastica
2011 Bravísima
2012 Barbierísima

Awards[edit]

Award Year Category
Martín Fierro 1997 Best Host
Estrella de Mar 2007 Best Actress
Estrella de Mar 2008 Best Actress
Estrella de Mar 2009 Best Actress

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Carmen Barbieri ya formó su elenco femenino para "Barbierísima"". El Intransigente. Retrieved 2016-12-19. 

External links[edit]

Preceded by
None
Bailando Por un Sueño (Argentina) Winner
Season 1 (April - June 2006)
Succeeded by
Florencia De La V