Héctor Noguera

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Héctor Noguera
Héctor Noguera (Machos, 2003).jpg
Noguera in 2003
Born Héctor Eugenio Noguera Illanes
July 8, 1937
Santiago de Chile, Chile
Alma mater Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Occupation Actor, theatre director
Awards National Prize for Performing and Audiovisual Arts (2015)

Héctor Eugenio Noguera Illanes (born July 8, 1937 in Santiago), is a Chilean television, theatre and film actor, and also a theatre director.

Noguera is the son of Héctor Noguera Prieto (grandson of José Joaquín Prieto Vial[1] and Yolanda Illanes Benítez. He studied at Colegio San Ignacio school and graduated from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.[2] He was married to Isidora Portales and they had two daughters, Amparo and Piedad. Later, he married Claudia Berger and had three children with her, Diego, Emilia and Damián. Héctor debuted on the fotonovelas "Ecran" and "Cine Amor" in the 1960s and on the film "El Chacal de Nahueltoro" (1967) directed by Miguel Littin.

Noguera is best known for his telenovelas at TVN like "Sucupira", "Romané", "Pampa ilusión", and others. In 2003, he joined Canal 13 with Machos, which was a great success. He won the APES (Asociación de Periodistas de Espectáculos)[3] award for "Best Actor" in 1996, 2000 and 2003 for his roles in "Sucupira", "Romané" and "Machos", respectively. Currently, he is part of Chilevisión where he recorded "Sin Anestesia" (2009) and "Mujeres de Lujo" (2010).

In 2015 he received Chile's National Prize for Performing and Audiovisual Arts.[4]





  1. ^ http://www.dicotran.cl/articulos_sc2.php?fecha=18-02-2010&semana=43-2003[permanent dead link] Noguera-Prieto family
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-02-25. Retrieved 2012-02-28. 
  3. ^ http://www.atinachile.cl/node/2050 Héctor Noguera's biography and career
  4. ^ Espinoza A., Denisse (25 August 2015). "Héctor Noguera gana el Premio Nacional de Artes de la Representación" [Héctor Noguera Wins the National Prize for Performing Arts]. La Tercera (in Spanish). Retrieved 11 December 2017. 

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