Diego Olivera

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Diego Olivera
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Born Diego Olivera
(1968-02-07) February 7, 1968 (age 50)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Spouse(s) Mónica Ayos (2001-present)
Children Victoria Olivera (b. 2004)
Federico Ayos (b. 1992), (stepson)
Relatives Federico Olivera (brother)
Soledad Villamil (sister-in-law)
Violeta Olivera (niece)
Clara Olivera (niece)

Diego Olivera, (born on February 7, 1968 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an Argentinian actor.[1]

Biography[edit]

He began his career at the age of 12, in Teatro San Martín Work "Street Scene". Studying Theatre was formed with Alejandra Boero, Carlos Gandolfo and Héctor Bidonde. He was rosed to fame as a teenager with his character of Darío (Darius) on "Montaña Rusa".

He was built as an actor performing various characters in the musicals for her gifts as a singer in "La Bella y la Bestia" and "101 dálmatas" and children as "Tom Sawyer", "Cantame un Cuento", composed Unitarios Telenovelas characters. In 2006 while filming "La Ley del Amor" in Telefe canal 11, was chosen to star in "Montecristo" in México City, having a great impact in Argentina, for the network of TV AZTECA.

Then he was made in "Vivir por ti" also in Mexico City, MX D.F. with a wealth of the supporters and is now starring in Argentina's telenovela "Herencia de amor" by Telefé, his character is "Lautaro Ledesma" in the telenovela's villain. Today is one of the stars of recurring role as Padre Juan Pablo in "Triunfo del Amor", telenovela Televisa primetime.

In the film just roll the film in "Ningun Amor es Perfecto", with Patricia Sosa and already released with Vicentico, Martín Rejman's film in "Los Guantes Mágicos". Argentina Recognized most often for his villainous character in telenovelas. Before just traveling to Mexico D.F. to sign his contract to join with Televisa, Pol-Ka agreed to do a cameo for the telenovela Alguien que me quiera with Andrea Del Boca and Osvaldo Laport.

He starred as José Luis Falcón the main villain in Rosy Ocampo's telenovela Mentir para vivir.[2][3] Eventually it ended after 101 episodes due to low ratings.

Personal life[edit]

He is the brother of the actor Federico Olivera. In the country most often been interpreted villains. He is married to actress Mónica Ayos, who has a daughter, Victoria and a stepson Federico by a previous marriage of Mónica.

Filmography[edit]

Theater[edit]

  • Escenas de la calle (Scenes of the Street)
  • Tom Sawyer
  • La Bella y La Bestia (The Beauty and the Beast)
  • 101 Dálmatas (100 Dalmatians)
  • Confesiones (Confessions)
  • Bingo

Television[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Telenovela Result
2014 TVyNovelas Awards Best Male Antagonist Mentir para vivir Nominated
2017 Best Co-star Corazón que miente
Best Actor in Series Mujeres de negro Won

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