Rodrigo Guirao Díaz

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Rodrigo Guirao Díaz
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Born
Antonio Rodrigo Guirao Díaz

(1980-01-18) January 18, 1980 (age 40)
OccupationActor, model
Years active2002–present

Antonio Rodrigo Guirao Díaz (Spanish pronunciation: [anˈtonjo ɣiˈɾao ˈði.as]; known professionally as Rodrigo Guirao born January 18, 1980, in Vicente López) is an Argentine actor and musician, of TV, films, and theatre.

Childhood[edit]

He was born in Vicente López, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

At eleven years old he lost his father and from that moment his mother was in charge of the family. He has two brothers, Gonzalo and Ramiro.

Beginnings[edit]

Before turning entirely to acting, he held various jobs as an electrician of a business video games, cadet, waiter and finally in advertising as a model.

Career[edit]

He studied acting at the General San Martín Cultural Center and since then has followed a lot of courses of interpretation.

He began working as a model for graphics and TV commercials and acted in parallel in juvenile series such as Rebelde Way, and in Paraíso Rock.

Between 2006 and 2007 he was the leading man of Araceli González in Argentinian series Amas de casa desesperadas. After that he participated in the TV series Son de Fierro y Patito feo.

Between 2008 and 2009, he was in Atracción x 4, with Luisana Lopilato, made her film debut in Cinderella, directed by Alicia Zanca.

In 2009 he starred in Botineras, and between 2010 and 2012 starred in the Italian TV series Terra ribelle, where he played the role of Andrea.

A year later he starred with Italian actress Vittoria Puccini in Violetta, which is based on the novel Lady of the camellias by Alexandre Dumas.

In 2013 he participated in the Argentinian TV series "Mi amor mi amor". In Spain, debuted in "Bienvenidos al Lolita", in 2014. In the same country, he starred as first character in Solo Química, a movie directed by Alfonso Albacete. In 2015 he debuted on Telemundo's TV series, filmed in Mexico, Señora Acero. And he participated in the second and third season that is still filming.

In the meanwhile, he participated in three films and a short, of which, Baires movie, filmed in Buenos Aires premiered in 2015, the short film directed by Isabel Coixet, "A broken heart is not like a broken vase" in 2016 and "A place in the Caribbean" and "5 am", the first made in Roatan, Honduras, and the second one in Buenos Aires, both will debut soon in cinemas.

Filmography[edit]

Television performance
Year Title Roles Notes
2002–2003 Rebelde Way Matías 2 episodes
2005 Paraíso Rock Mike Recurring role; 25 episodes
2005 1/2 falta Lisandro Recurring role; 152 episodes
2006 Amas de casa desesperadas Juan Recurring role; 23 episodes
2007 Son de Fierro Bruno Recurring role; 4 episodes
2007 Patito Feo Nicolás Recurring role; 29 episodes
2008 Atracción x4 Francisco Balbuena Main role; 109 episodes
2009–2010 Botineras Walter Vázquez Recurring role; 24 episodes
2010–2012 Terra ribelle Andrea Main role (seasons 1–2); 15 episodes
2011 Violetta Alfredo Germont Television film
2012 La certosa di Parma Fabrice Del Dongo Television film
2012–2013 Mi amor, mi amor Benjamín Valtierra Fernández Recurring role; 89 episodes
2014 Bienvenidos al Lolita Jota Main role; 8 episodes
2015–2018 Señora Acero Mario Casas Recurring role (seasons 1–4); 186 episodes
2020 Rubí Héctor Main role[1]

Theatre[edit]

Music videos[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Camila Sodi será Rubí". televisa.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 17 July 2019.

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