Nicolás Pauls

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Nicolás Pauls
Nicolás Pauls
Born Nicolás Pauls
(1973-12-20) December 20, 1973 (age 43)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Years active 1996—present

Nicolás Pauls (born December 20, 1973) is an Argentine actor and musician. The brother of actor Gastón Pauls,[1] he made his breakthrough in the television series 90-60-90 modelos and in the film Buenos Aires Vice Versa in 1996, for which he earned Argentine Film Critics Association Awards for Best New Star nomination.[2] He is a vegetarian.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Director Notes
1996 Buenos Aires Vice Versa Alejandro Agresti Nominated — Argentine Film Critics Association Awards for Best New Star
Martin Hache Adolfo Aristarain
1997 Bs. As. me mata Beda Docampo
1998 Fuga de cerebros Fernando Musa
2000 Nueces para el amor Alberto Lecci
2003 Vacas gordas Giorgio Peretti
Rojo Lucía Cedrón
2004 Jennifer's Shadow Daniel de la Vega and Pablo Pares
Los esclavos felices Gabriel Arbós
Dolores de casada Juan M. Giménez
2005 Hermanas Julia Solomonoff
Tres minutos Diego Lublinsky
2006 Miserias César Albarracín
El salto de Cristian Eduardo Calcagneo
2007 Paisito Ana Díez
Amorosa soledad Victoria Galardi and Martin Carranza
2008 Una cita, una fiesta y un gato bianco Ana Halabe

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996–97 90-60-90 modelos Damián López Ocampo
1997–03 5 amigos Sebastián Milico Arce
1998–99 Gasoleros Sebastián
2001 El hacker Nico Mini Series
2002 Infieles Mini Series
Tiempo final Guest Appearance
2003 Resistiré Hernán
2004 Mujeres en rojo: Pasión TV Short
Historias de sexo de gente común Andrés Mini Series
Sangre fría Nahuel Mini Series
Locas de amor
2005 Soy tu fan Gastón Mini Series
2006 Un cortado
Sos mi vida Eric
Mujeres asesinas Lautaro
2007 La ley de amor Matías
2008 Casi Ángeles Salvador
2009 Valientes
Acompañantes Kende Mini Series
Ciega a citas

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Project Result
1996 Argentine Film Critics Association Awards Best New Actor Buenos Aires Vice Versa Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nicolás Pauls at the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ Awards for Nicolás Pauls at the Internet Movie Database
  3. ^ Martí, Manuel Alfredo. "Nicolás Pauls: Vegetariano por convicción". El Vegetariano (in Spanish). Retrieved June 19, 2016. 

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