Florencia Bertotti

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Florencia Bertotti
Born María Florencia Bertotti
(1983-03-15) 15 March 1983 (age 34)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Occupation Actress, singer, producer
Years active 1995–present
Spouse(s) Guido Kaczka (2006–2010) Federico Amador (2010–)

María Florencia Bertotti Spanish pronunciation: [maˈɾi.a floˈɾensja βerˈtoti]; (born 15 March 1983), better known as Florencia Bertotti, is an Argentine actress, singer and producer. She is best known for her roles in telenovelas Verano del '98, Son Amores and Floricienta. Bertotti has been nominated for five Martín Fierro Awards, winning two, and for two Clarín Awards, winning one.


Bertotti made her professional debut in 1995, in telenovela Dulce Ana. Afterwards, she had smaller supporting roles in telenovelas 90-60-90 modelos (1996), De corazón (1997), Verano del '98 (1999–2000), Luna salvaje (2000) and Culpables (2001). In 1998, she appeared in a successful film El Faro, for which she earned Argentine Film Critics Association Award for Best New Actress nomination.[1] Her big breakthrough came with the starring role in the Pol-Ka's telenovela Son Amores. It achieved a huge success and earned Bertotti a Clarín Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series and two Martín Fierro Awards.

In 2004, she appeared in telenovela Los pensionados, and then worked on Floricienta with producer Cris Morena. Floricienta became a smash hit achieving record ratings in its afternoon slot, moving over 400 licensed products and attracting over 600,000 people for its series of live concerts.[2] Bertotti also recorded two soundtrack albums for Floricienta, released in 2004 and 2005. According to CAPIF, both albums achieved a Platinum certification for four times.[3] The role in Floricienta earned her two Martín Fierro Award and a Clarín Award nominations.

In late 2008, it was announced Bertotti would return to television with a new telenovela targeted to children, which would be produced by her and her husband Guido Kaczka.[4] She signed a contract with Endemol to produce and distribute the series worldwide.[4] Niní debuted on Telefe on 7 September 2009. Although it has been criticized for being nearly identical to Floricienta, the programme has been a commercial success and is the ratings leader in its timeslot. Bertotti received her first nomination as a producer, Martín Fierro Award for Best Infantil/Youth Programme.

Personal life[edit]

Bertotti was born María Florencia Bertotti to Gustavo Bertotti, a jeweler, and María Baleirón, a psychology teacher.[5] She has an older sister, Clara Bertotti, who is a lawyer. Her parents divorced when Bertotti was seven.

In 1999 she started dating Guido Kaczka, an Argentine actor. They got married on 2 December 2006 and Flor gave birth to their son on 10 July 2008. The couple divorced in 2010 and then Flor started a relationship with an actor called Federico Amador.


Year Title Role Notes
1995 Dulce Ana Daughter of Fabián (TV)
1996 90-60-90 modelos Veronica (TV)
1997 De corazón Vicky (TV)
1998 El Faro Aneta (Movie) Nominated — Argentine Film Critics Association Awards for Best New Actress
Mala época Connie (Movie)
1999 Verano del '98 Dolores 'Lola' Guzmán (TV) (1999–2000)
2000 Luna salvaje Sol (TV)
2001 Déjala correr Belén (Movie)
Culpables Sofía (TV)
2002 Son Amores Valeria Marquesi (TV) (2002–03) Clarín Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Martín Fierro Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series
(Stage) (2002–03)
2004 Los Pensionados Florencia (TV Series)
Floricienta Florencia 'Flor' Fazzarino-Santillán Valente Bertotti (TV) (2004–05) Nominated — Clarín Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Nominated — Martín Fierro Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series
(Stage) (2004–07)
2009 Niní Nina 'Nini' Gómez/Nicolás Zampano (TV) (2009–10) (Also producer) Nominated — Martín Fierro Award for Best Infantil/Youth Programme
2010 (Stage) (2010)
Igualita a mí Aylin (Movie)
2012 La Dueña Amparo (TV)
2014 Guapas Lorena Patricia Giménez (TV)


Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Year Category Work Result
Argentine Film Critics Association Awards 1998 Best New Actress El Faro Nominated
Clarín Awards 2002 Best Actress in a Comedy Series Son Amores Won
2004 Floricienta Nominated
INTE Awards 2003 Young Talent of the Year Son Amores Nominated
Martín Fierro Awards 2002 Best Actress in a Comedy Series Son Amores Won
2003 Won
2004 Floricienta Nominated
2005 Nominated
2009 Best Infantil/Youth Programme Nominated


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