María Eugenia Suárez

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Eugenia Suárez
China Suárez.jpg
Born María Eugenia Suárez Riveiro
(1992-03-09) 9 March 1992 (age 26)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Other names
  • Eugenia Suárez
  • China Suárez
Occupation
  • Actress
  • model
Years active 2000–present
Partner(s) Nicolás Riera (2008-2009/10)
Nicolás Cabré (2012–13)
David Bisbal (2014–15)
Benjamín Vicuña (2016–present)
Children

Rufina Cabré (July 18, 2013)

Magnolia Vicuña (February 07, 2018)
Parent(s) Guillermo Suárez (dad, deceased)
Marcela Riveiro Mitsumori (mom)

María Eugenia Suárez Riveiro (Spanish pronunciation: [maˈɾi.a euˈxenja ˈswaɾes]; born March 9, 1992), better known as Eugenia Suárez or China Suárez, is an Argentine actress.

Biography[edit]

Suárez was born in the city of Buenos Aires to Guillermo Suárez and Marcela Riveiro Mitzumori. She has an older brother named Agustín Suárez. Her maternal grandmother Marta Mitzumori was born in Argentina, and is of Japanese descent. Suárez has cousins living in Kōchi Prefecture in Shikoku, Japan.

During her childhood, she attended the Instituto Corazón de María (up to 3rd year of high school, repeating that year, completing her secondary studies at ESBA Barrio Norte) and Divino Corazón de Jesús (only in 7th grade) located in the neighborhood of Palermo, Buenos Aires. Suárez has confessed in a television program that she suffered from bullying during her secondary studies because she was famous and worked in television.

Her father Guillermo Suárez died on October 17, 2012. In 2013, she had a daughter with the actor Nicolás Cabré, named Rufina Cabré Suárez. She is currently awaiting her second child, the result of her relationship with Chilean actor Benjamín Vicuña.

Career[edit]

She made her debut as an actress at the age of eleven on the TV series Rincón de luz (2003), created by Cris Morena, in which she was part of the children's cast. In 2004, she had a small role in the television series Floricienta (marketed in English as Cinderella) playing the younger sister of Muni Seligmann's character. A year later she appeared in Amor mío (in English, My love) and in 2006 in the sitcom Amo de casa.

Between 2007 to 2010, she played Jazmín "Jaz" Romero in the television series Casi Ángeles (marketed in English as Teen Angels) and its theatrical adaptations, created by Cris Morena. The pop musical group Teen Angels emerged from the show, with Suárez being a band member. In early 2011, Suárez left the band and was replaced by Rocío Igarzábal. She received the Kids Choice Awards Argentina for favorite actress for her work on Casi Ángeles.

Between 2011 to 2012, she was part of the cast of Pol-ka's Los Únicos. She later starred with Nicolás Pauls in a miniseries produced by Cosmopolitan Television, 30 días juntos (in English, 30 days together).

In 2013, Suárez returned to Pol-ka in Solamente vos (in English, Only you), where she works with her former co-star from Casi Ángeles, Lali Espósito. In 2014, she co-starred in the novel Camino al amor (in English, Path to love) alongside Mariano Martínez, Sebastián Estevanez and Carina Zampini. In 2014, she was also invited to the talent show Tu cara me suena in its second season, airing on Telefe, where she imitated Nicole Kidman in the film Moulin Rouge! along with Fernando Dente. She also starred in a video clip by David Bisbal, Hoy [Today].

In 2015, she made her first appearance on the big screen with Abzurdah. Suárez recorded her own version of Soda Stereo's Trátame suavemente for the movie. For its performance she received the Premio Sur, as Best New Actress. On July 18, 2015, she was an ambassador of Argentine cinema at the Platino Awards.

During the course of the year she launched her own clothing line, which includes clothes, blouses, pants, tops, dresses, purses and necklaces.

In 2016, Suárez starred in the romantic comedy El hilo rojo, alongside Benjamín Vicuña and directed by Daniela Goggi. She also voiced Meena in the Spanish version of the American animated film Sing. In 2017, she returned to star with Vicuña in Los padecientes, a film by Nicolas Tuozzo based on the novel by Gabriel Rolón.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Character Notes
2015 Abzurdah Cielo
2016 El Hilo Rojo Abril
2016 Sing Meena
2017 Los padecientes Paula Vanussi
2017 Sólo Se Vive Una Vez Flavia

Television[edit]

Year Title Channel Character
2003 Rincón de luz Canal 9 Pía
2004–2005 Floricienta El Trece Paz
2005 Amor mio Telefe Violeta
2006 Amo de casa Canal 9 Catalina
2007–2010 Casi Ángeles Telefe Jazmín Romero
2011–2012 Los Unicos Canal 13 Sofía
2012 30 días juntos Cosmopolitan Leni
2013 Solamente vos El Trece Julieta Cousteau
2014 Camino al amor Telefe Pia

Discography[edit]

Year Title
2003 Rincón de luz
2007 Teen Angels
2008 Teen Angels 2
2009 Teen Angels 3
2010 Teen Angels 4
2010 La Historia
2012 30 días juntos – opening theme.
2015 Trátame suavemente
2016 You Know I'm No Good

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated Notes Result
2008 CAPIF Award Best Album by a Film/Television Band Teen Angels 2 With Teen Angels Nominated
2009-10 Los 40 Principales Award Best Argentine Artist Teen Angels Won
2011 Kids Choice Awards Argentina Best Actress Casi Ángeles with Casi Ángeles Won
2011 Kids Choice Awards Argentina Best New Actress Casi Ángeles with Casi Ángeles Nominated
2013 Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Twitter Star of the Year Herself Nominated
2015 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Argentina Awards[1] Best Actress Abzurdah Nominated
2015 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Argentina Awards Best New Actress Abzurdah Won
2016 Argentinean Film Critics Association Awards[2] Best New Actress Abzurdah Nominated

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