Nancy Dupláa

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Nancy Dupláa
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Born (1969-12-03) December 3, 1969 (age 47)
Olivos, Vicente López Partido, Buenos Aires Province
Nationality Argentina
Occupation Actress
Notable work Graduados, Montaña Rusa

Nancy Dupláa (born December 3, 1969) is an Argentine actress.

Biography[edit]

She was born in Olivos, Buenos Aires Province, and was raised in San Martín, a suburb to the west. She enrolled in the University of Buenos Aires to pursue a degree in graphic design, but discontinued her studies after two years.[1] An apprenticeship in the local theatre led to her first significant role, that of Mariana, the teen protagonist in a popular local teen drama series, Montaña Rusa (Rollercoaster), in 1994-95; the experience led to a brief, but much-publicized romance with co-star Gastón Pauls. She remained active in the theatre, working with veteran actor Federico Luppi in a local production of The Dresser, in 1997.

She first appeared on the Argentine cinema in a thriller, Comodines (Jokers), in 1997, and would portray such varied roles as the murderous Gabriela in El desvío (The Detour), and the ambitious Arteche in Buenos Aires me mata (Buenos Aires Kills Me). She was reunited with Gastón Pauls for the acclaimed Nueces para el amor (Nuts for Love), in 2000. While at work in El desvío, she met her future husband, actor Pablo Echarri, with whom she co-starred in the hit romantic comedy, Apasionados (Impassioned), in 2002. The couple married in 2007, and have a daughter called Morena. She has won a Martin Fierro Award for best actress, for her work in the television series 099 Central.

Films[edit]

TV series[edit]

  • Graduados (2012)
  • Socias(2008)
  • Botines (2005)
  • Padre Coraje (2004)
  • Sin código (2004)
  • Durmiendo con mi jefe (2003)
  • 099 Central (2002)
  • 22, el loco (2001)
  • Los buscas de siempre (2000)
  • Verano del '98 (1998)
  • El Arcángel (1997)
  • R.R.D.T (1997)
  • Verdad consecuencia (1996)
  • De poeta y de loco (1996)
  • El último verano (1996)
  • Montaña Rusa (1994)
  • Poliladron (1994)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marina Zucchi (May 12, 2012). "Dupláa & Hendler: El tiempo no para" [Dupláa & Hendler: Time does not stop] (in Spanish). Clarín. Retrieved October 29, 2012. 

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