Raquel Sánchez-Silva

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Raquel Sánchez Silva
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Born Raquel Sánchez Silva
(1973-01-13) 13 January 1973 (age 44)
Plasencia, Cáceres, Extremadura, Spain
Website http://www.raquelsanchezsilva.com

Raquel Sánchez-Silva (born 13 January 1973 in Plasencia, Cáceres, Spain) is a Spanish television conductor and journalist.[1]

After studying journalism, she started working for a local television in Plasencia. After that, she presented the news in Telemadrid and she started working for Canal+ (Noche de los Oscars, La hora wiki) and Cuatro (Soy lo que como, Noche Cuatro, Idénticos, Noche Manga, Oído cocina, a special episode of Supernanny, and reportages about House or Grey’s Anatomy). When Cuatro was merged into the Mediaset España group, she started working in reality shows on Telecinco. In 2015, she was hired by subscription platform Movistar+ to present, beginning in 2016, a daily infotainment show titled Likes on the platform's new flagship channel #0.

TV programs[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Selección y tratamiento de la información en los telediarios: estudio sobre los telediarios de máxima audiencia de TVE y A3, (1995)
  • Cambio príncipe por lobo feroz (I Exchange a Prince for a Bad Wolf), (2008)
  • Mañana, a las seis (Tomorrow, at six), (2014)

Personal life[edit]

On June 22, 2012, Raquel Sánchez-Silva married Mario Biondo, an Italian camera operator she met on the reality show Supervivientes 2011, with whom she had been in a relationship for one year. They married in Sicily.[2] On May 30, 2013 the lifeless body of Mario appeared in their home in Madrid.[3] The case generated controversy, as Biondo's family in Italy alleged he died by homicide, while police reports established there was no trace of criminality, stating he died of suicide by hanging.[4]

Since 2014, Sánchez-Silva has been in a relationship with Argentine audiovisual producer Matías Dumont.[5] Together they have two children: Sánchez-Silva gave birth to twins Bruno and Mateo on 21 September 2015.[6]

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