Diego Mesaglio

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Diego Mesaglio (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈdjeɣo meˈsaɣljo]; born February 20, 1984 in Argentina) is a well-known actor, musician and teen idol. His fame is somewhat relegated to Argentina; but he is also known in other areas of Latin America and in parts of Asia.

Acting career[edit]

Mesaglio's first professional acting job was as "Corcho", an intrepid, twelve-year-old orphan who had a girlfriend and tried to get his peers involved with other girls, in the 1990s smash hit telenovela, Telefe's "Tiny Angels". In "Tiny Angels", he acted alongside other famous teen actors like Maria Jimena Piccolo, Agustina Cherri, Celeste Cid, Ezequiel Castaño, Camila Bordonaba, Benjamín Rojas and Daniela Mastrichio, among others.

Diego began working at "Tiny Angels" in 1996. The soap opera was a wide success across Latin America and in Russia and Israel, obtaining teen-idol status in those countries as well. He retired from "Tiny Angels" in 1998, to participate in the also famous but less known program "Verano del '98", where he once again collaborated alongside Cherri.

He then spent a long time off Argentine television, in order to study, but he returned in 2002, playin "Guido Lassen" in "Rebelde Way", alongside fellow former "Tiny Angels" stars Felipe Colombo, Luisana Lopilato, Camila Bordonaba and Benjamín Rojas. As well as international star Catherine Fulop, among others.

Mesaglio, Bordonaba and another former "Tiny Angels" star, Felipe Colombo, were featured in the 2004 telenovela, "Floricienta". The soap opera was run until 2005.In 2007 he was working in television in Romeo y Julieta, 2008 Por amor a vos. 2009 in the film Matar a videla (with Felipe Colombo) and 2010–2011 in web serie Yo soy virgen

See also[edit]

List of Argentines

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