Gastón Pauls

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Gastón Pauls
Born
Gastón Pauls

(1972-02-17) February 17, 1972 (age 46)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
NationalityArgentine
Occupationactor, tv host and producer
Years active1993–present
Height1.74 m (5 ft 8 12 in)
Partner(s)Agustina Cherri (2007–2014)
ChildrenMuna Pauls Cherri (b. 2009)
Nilo Pauls Cherri (b. 2011)
Parent(s)Alex Pauls and Marina Guerrero
RelativesCristian Pauls (Brother)
Alan Pauls (Brother)
Nicolás Pauls (Brother)
Ana Pauls (Sister)

Gastón Pauls (born January 17, 1972) is an Argentine actor, TV host and producer.

Biography[edit]

He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Gastón comes from a family of artists where his mother was a painter, his father a flim producer and his paternal grandparents were dancers.

Career[edit]

He started his career on television as a host of a videoclip show before starring in the teen soap opera Montaña Rusa. Pauls then starred on Verdad Consecuencia, one of Adrián Suar's first TV hits on Canal 13. He participated in productions of Alejandro Doria and in the novels Alas, poder y pasión, Mamitas. In theater he did Desde la lona, Porteños, La gata sobre el tejado de zinc. In cinema his first was Territorio comanche alongside Imanol Arias and Cecilia Dopazo. But it was his participation in the memorable Nine Queens by Fabián Bielinsky alongside Ricardo Darín and Leticia Brédice, that gave him international recognition and the award for best actor in Biarritz. Then in 2003 he decided to return to television, with the fiction Tres padres solteros and with the documentary program Ser Urbano mix of fiction, journalism and documental transmitted until 2006 by Telefe. In 2005 he founded with Alejandro Suaya a production company called Rosstoc S.A., company in which he managed to surround himself with a dynamic work team of excellent professional quality, along which he created programs such as "Mejor hablar de ciertas cosas", "Todos contra Juan" and "Ciega a citas". The Producer went bankrupt in 2010. In 2008 he not only acted in the unit Todos contra Juan but also he was its producer, the series had as guest actor Steve Carrell in their final episode. He made fiction documentary about the media called "Miedos de Comunicación". In 2015 he made a film about the life of Padre Carlos Mugica, he wrote the gion with Mariano Starosta. Currentley he host every Monday from 21 to 23 "Mi Otro Yo" on the radio del Plata AM 1030.

Personal life[edit]

Gastón met Nancy Duplaa in the teen soap opera Montaña Rusa whom he dated for two years. From 2007 to 2014, Pauls was in a relationship with fellow Argentine actress Agustina Cherri,[1] with whom he had two children, daughter Muna (2009) and son Nilo (2011). He is a vegetarian.[2]

Television[edit]

Year Title Character Channel

Notes

1994–1995 Montaña rusa El Trece Alejandro
1996 Verdad consecuencia El Trece
1997 El Rafa Telefe El Bebe
1998 Alas, poder y pasión El Trece Matías Esquivel
1999 Mamitas Azul Televisión Martín
2000 Tiempo final Telefe Alemán Episode: «El secuestro»
2002 Tumberos América TV David
Infieles Canal 9 Episode: «El caso M.»
2003 Tres padres solteros Telefe Guillermo Nelber
La vida aquí Miguel España
2004 Historias de terror Canal 7 Episode: «La horla»
Los Roldán Telefe Gastón Pauls Cameo
Sangre fría Telefe Mochilero
2006 Soy tu fan Canal 9 Nicolás
2008 Todos contra Juan América Juan Perugia
2009 Dromo América Episode: «Ovo»
Ciega a citas Canal 7 Martín Trauma Special performance
2010 Todos contra Juan 2 Telefe Juan Perugia
2011 Un año para recordar Telefe Dante Peñalba/Juan Cruz Indart protagonist
2013 Historia clínica Telefe Carlos Jauregui
2015 Conflictos modernos Canal 9

Movies[edit]

Year Movie Character Director Notes
1993 Lucha sobre el sida
1996 Territorio comanche Manuel Gerardo Herrero Spanish Movie
1997 Inex, la sombra de la verdad Martín Loaiza
1998 La sonámbula, recuerdos del futuro Gorrión Fernando Spiner
1998 Buenos Aires me mata cameo Beda Docampo Feijóo
1998 El desvío Sebastián Horacio Maldonado
1998 Frontera Sur Mariano Huertas Gerardo Herrero Spanish-French-German-Argentine co-production
2000 Ojos que no ven Esteban Beda Docampo Feijóo
2000 Nueces para el amor Marcelo Alberto Lecchi
2000 Nine Queens Juan Fabián Bielinsky
2000 Felicidades Julio Lucho Bender
2001 La cautiva Gastón Biraben Movie television
2002 Sábado Gastón Pauls Juan Villegas
2002 El lugar donde estuvo el paraíso Enrico Spanish Movie
2002 El Último tren Jimmy Ferreira Diego Arsuaga Movie co-produced by Argentine, Spain and Uruguay
2002 Antibody Julio Palacio Christian McIntire American Movie
2003 Regresados Flavio Nardini and Cristian Bernard
2003 Chicas rolingas
2003 Rapid Exchange Javier
2003 La vida aquí Miguel
2005 Iluminados por el fuego Esteban Leguizamón Tristán Bauer
2005 Solo un ángel Doctor in childbirth Horacio Maldonado
2005 La suerte está echada Guillermo
2005 La demolición Marcelo Mangone
2005 El último café[3] Short film
2006 Fuga Ricardo Coppa Pablo Larraín Chilean-Argentine Film
2006 Una estrella y dos cafés Carlos
2007 Las mantenidas sin sueños
2007 El salto de Christian Miche
2008 La mujer de hielo Marcos
2008 Che: Guerrilla Ciro Bustos
2009 'Miserias
2009 Cabeza de pescado
2012 Días de vinilo Damián
2012 El vagoneta en el mundo del cine
2012 Paseo de oficina Blas Benedetto
2012 La educación prohibida[4] Profesor Javier
2012 La danza de la realidad Soldado Comunista
2013 20.000 besos Goldstein
2014 Fermín Ezequiel Kaufman
2017 El Sereno Fernando Oscar Estevez and Joaquin Mauad Uruguayan flim by Oscar Estevez
2017 Un lugar en el Caribe Fernando Honduran Movie, United States Co-production
2018 Palau
2019 Maravilla Argentine Movie

Tv Programs[edit]

Year Title Channel
2003 Proyecto 48 TNT
2003 Ser urbano Telefe
2004 Ser urbano 2 Telefe
2005 Humanos en el camino Telefe
2006 Humanos en el camino Telefe
2007 Titulares Fox Sports
2007 Pecados capitales, el que esté libre... Telefe
2008 Mejor hablar de ciertas cosas Encuentro
2009 Mejor hablar de ciertas cosas Encuentro

Productions[edit]

Year Title Channel Type of program
2007 Humanos en el camino Telefe Television show
2008 Todos contra Juan América Unitary fiction
2009 Mejor hablar de ciertas cosas Encuentro Television show
2009 Mitos América Unitary fiction
2009–2010 Ciega a citas Televisión pública Daily fiction
2010 Todos contra Juan 2 Telefe Unitary fiction

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "Agustina Cherri Embarazada". SitiosArgentina (in Spanish). July 2008. Retrieved August 20, 2011.
  2. ^ "La dieta de los hijos de Agustina Cherri: "En mi hogar no hay gaseosas, dulces, ni lácteos"" (in Spanish). Todo Noticias. January 26, 2014. Retrieved June 20, 2016.
  3. ^ El último café
  4. ^ Gastón Pauls se une a La Educación Prohibida

External links[edit]