Martín Cárcamo

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Martín Cárcamo
Born Martín Andrés Cárcamo Papic
(1975-04-21) April 21, 1975 (age 42)
Viña del Mar,  Chile
Occupation Television presenter, Actor

Martín Andrés Cárcamo Papic (born April 21, 1975[1] in Viña del Mar) is a Chilean television presenter and actor and was the host of Pasiones and El Último Pasajero.

He debuted in television on the Chilean TV channel Rock & Pop where he was the host of Media Naranja and Noches de Verano. Later in 2004 he joined TVN, being the host of Pasiones, replacing Felipe Camiroaga.[2] In 2008 he replaced Rafael Araneda in Rojo, Fama Contrafama.[3] In 2009 was a judge of the Festival de Viña del Mar, and until recently he hosted Calle 7.

In October 2010, it was announced that he left TVN to join rival channel "Canal 13", where he will start working in January 2011, at the end of his current contract.

As a theatre actor, Cárcamo was part of Ellas Quieren y Él No Puede.[4]

TV shows[edit]

Canal 2 Rock & Pop[edit]


Televisión Nacional de Chile[edit]

Canal 13 (Chile)[edit]


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