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Oreiro, Natalia Biography




biography of Oreiro, Natalia

Natalia Marisa Oreiro Iglesias
Naty
19 May 1977, Montevideo, Uruguay
171 cm
Natalia Marisa Oreiro Iglesias is an Uruguayan actress. She was born on May 19, 1977 in Montevideo and began studying theatre at the age of 8. Today her life passes between stage, cameras, premieres, recording studios, presentations and she is already a phenomenon. When was 12 years old, she presented herself for audition that needed child actors, and started a career in the commercial world. From then till 16 she recorded 37 commercials for O.B., Coca-Cola, Knorr, among others. At 14 she was picked out of 10,000 competitors to accompany 'Xuxa Meneghel' (qv) on her tour in America and representing her in programs (such as _"El show de Xuxa" (1990)_ (qv)) and homages. But most of her earnings went on tickets to Buenos Aires to participate in film castings. When she was 17 she relocated to Argentina alone. She participated in a small role in the television series called _"Inconquistable corazón" (1994)_ (qv) (at first as an ordinary extra, later as one of the schoolgirls). Then she renounced her part as an ambassadress (called "Paquita") to 'Xuxa Meneghel' (qv) and to be a host on MTV Latino. In 1995 she was called to play the protagonist's niece in the telenovela _"Dulce Ana" (1995)_ (qv). Afterwards she appeared in _"90-60-90 modelos" (1996)_ (qv) and a year later in _"Ricos y famosos" (1997)_ (qv), which got attention all over Argentina and abroad. Already in 1996 she participated in the theatre play "Las mariposas son libres". In 1998 she co-hosted with 'Fernando Bravo' (qv) the gala of Premios Martín Fierro (an equivalent of Emmy Awards in Argentina). She also appeared in the movie _Un argentino en New York (1998)_ (qv) as an ambitious teenage lady who dreams of being a triumph in the music world. The film beat all audience records with 1,634,702 spectators, and was the initial kick-off to her singing career. In 1998 she launched her first record worldwide called "Natalia Oreiro" and performed the song "Cambio dolor" that opened the television series _"Muñeca brava" (1998)_ (qv) which was the rating leader of afternoon television. Her songs ("Me muero de amor", between others) are heard all over the world. On January 27, 2000 she received the Celebrity of the Year prize in the chain by cable E! Entertainment Television Network in the television category for her outstanding career and for being the celebrity revelation of 1999. She was also nominated for a Martín Fierro Award in two consecutive years (1999 and 2000) as the best dramatic actress in a leading role for her part as a boyish and sensual orphan who seduced the viewers in _"Muñeca brava" (1998)_ (qv). This series was screened in 63 countries all over the world, among others in the United States, Russia, Greece, Slovenia, Cyprus, Lithuania, Romania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and the whole Latin America. In her musical career, she sang with 'Raffaella Carrà' (qv); in Italy (song "03 03 456"), was part of Gala de la Hispanidad, a classical Spanish show in Punta del Este. She was also in Festival de la Calle 8 in Miami and in Gala de Murcia in Spain. After making public her decision to dedicate her career to singing in 2000, she traveled to Los Angeles to put her voice to a second record titled "Tu veneno" ("Your Poison") this is a pop-rock style with an Andalusian touch, for which she was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award as best female pop album. Natalia received various offers to film in Spain, Italy and the United States. In 2000 and 2001 she did an extensive tour of recitals including countries like Romania, Philippines, Hungary, Greece, Poland, Czech Republic, Israel, Slovakia, Slovenia, Russia, Belarus, among others. In February 2001 she was elected the Queen of the Viña del Mar Festival 2000, conquering all the Chilean public by singing and beauty. Next year she participated as a guest to sing in the Viña del Mar Festival 2001 for the second year running and was chosen to co-conduct one of the festival nights. In March 2002 she continued her tour in Russia and Belarus and started to record her new album titled "Turmalina" ("Tourmaline"), which came on sale in June 2002. A month earlier, Natalia started filming _"Kachorra" (2002)_ (qv), finished in December of the same year and transmitted in many countries of Latin America, Philippines, the Middle East and Europe. For this part, in 2003 she was nominated for a Martín Fierro Award as the best comedy actress in a leading role and for an Inte Award as the best actress. In March 2003 she began shooting of her second movie _Cleopatra (2003)_ (qv). In the middle of 2003, she started a tour for Eastern Europe and Latin America. On March 1, 2004 she started filming _"El Deseo" (2004)_ (qv). In 2006 she joined as a boxer in the cast of the telenovela _"Sos mi vida" (2006)_ (qv). After that, Natalia played the title character of _"Amanda O" (2008)_ (qv) and focused on her cinematographic career, shooting 4 films: _Música en espera (2009)_ (qv), _Francia (2009)_ (qv), _Miss Tacuarembó (2010)_ (qv) and _Mi primera boda (2011)_ (qv). In 2012 she will release a movie _Infancia clandestina (2011)_ (qv) and a series _"Lynch" (2012)_ (qv).
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-   'Ricardo Mollo' (qv) (31 December 2001 - present); 1 child


-   Nominated for a Latin Grammy 2001 for Best Female Pop Vocal Album ("Tu veneno"). First Uruguayan artist ever nominated for a Grammy.

-   Sister of 'Adriana Oreiro' (qv).

-   Daughter of Carlos Florencio Oreiro Poggio (former employer, current co-owner of a mattress company called Dormiflex) and Mabel Cristina Iglesias Bourié de Oreiro (former hairdresser, current housewife).

-   Since 2005 is a vegetarian.

-   Is a Greenpeace member.

-   Godmother of Uruguayan soccer team in Korea/Japan 2002. With her friend 'Jaime Roos' (qv) sang the song "Pasión celeste" that represented "Las Américas".

-   Dropped out of high school.

-   She and her husband, 'Ricardo Mollo' (qv), are expecting their first child [July 14, 2011].

-   Gave birth to son Merlín Atahualpa on Wednesday, January 26, 2012 at 5 pm. at Los Arcos Hospital in Buenos Aires, Argentina.


-   (1990s) She began her career as a model, contracted with modeling agency Valentino Bookings (Uruguay).

-   (1997) Appeared in music video "Se fue el amor" by 'Emanuel Ortega' (qv).

-   (1998) Released her self-titled debut studio album "Natalia Oreiro".

-   (2000) Released her second studio album "Tu veneno" ("Your Poison").

-   (2002) Released her final studio album "Turmalina" ("Tourmaline").

-   Former Miss Hawaiian Tropic Uruguay.

-   (2010) Appeared in music video "Nueva farándula" by Walter Domínguez.

-   (1992) Took part in Elite Model Look Uruguay contest.

-   (1991) TV commercial for O.B.

-   (2011) Appeared in music video "¡Basta ya!" by 'Axel (VIII)' (qv).


-   (July 2011) Bogotá, Colombia: Filming _"Lynch" (2012)_ (qv). Expecting a child with husband 'Ricardo Mollo' (qv) in January 2012.

-   (August 2011) Buenos Aires, Argentina: Promotioning _Mi primera boda (2011)_ (qv).

-   (September 2011) Montevideo, Uruguay: Appointed a UNICEF Argentina and Uruguay Ambassador.

-   (December 2011) Buenos Aires, Argentina: Posed nude for Greenpeace.


-   _"Muñeca brava" (1998)_ (qv) -> ARS $60,000/month


-   "Blow up the music pages" (Greece), September 2002, Iss. 22, pg. 10,11, by: Yorgos Dilberis

-   "La Nación" (Argentina), 6 May 1999, Iss. 45806, pg. 4:1+8, by: Miriam Molero, "Oreiro hace correr la voz"


-   "FHM" (Hungary), December 2001, Vol. 2, Iss. 12


-   "Miradas" (Argentina), March 2012

-   "Esquire" (Czech Republic), January 2012

-   "Nacer y Crecer" (Argentina), November 2011

-   "Vanidades" (Argentina), 15 September 2011

-   "Hola!" (Argentina), 13 September 2011, Iss. 44

-   "Cosmopolitan" (Argentina), September 2011, Iss. 181

-   "Tendencia Mujer" (Argentina), September 2011, Iss. 79

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 30 August 2011, Iss. 2406

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 26 August 2011

-   "Pagina 12" (Argentina), 26 August 2011

-   "Perfil" (Argentina), 21 August 2011

-   "Hola!" (Argentina), 24 June 2011

-   "Luz" (Argentina), 29 May 2011, Iss. 320

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 24 May 2011, Iss. 2392

-   "Elle" (Argentina), May 2011

-   "Hola!" (Argentina), 22 March 2011

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 6 March 2011

-   "Hola!" (Argentina), 21 December 2010

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 16 November 2010, Iss. Anniversario

-   "Pronto" (Argentina), 29 September 2010

-   "Pandora" (Dominican Republic), 23 September 2010

-   "La Nacion" (Argentina), 5 September 2010

-   "Cosmopolitan" (Argentina), September 2010

-   "Miradas" (Argentina), September 2010

-   "Rumbos" (Argentina), 15 August 2010

-   "Luz" (Argentina), 18 July 2010

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 13 July 2010, Iss. 2347

-   "7Dias" (Argentina), 13 July 2010

-   "Perfil" (Argentina), 10 July 2010

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 9 July 2010

-   "Caras" (Uruguay), July 2010

-   "Haciendo Cine" (Argentina), July 2010

-   "Pagina 12" (Argentina), July 2010

-   "Remix" (Argentina), July 2010

-   "Brando" (Argentina), July 2010

-   "Bla" (Uruguay), July 2010

-   "Tendencia Mujer" (Argentina), July 2010

-   "Sala de espera" (Argentina), July 2010

-   "Hecho Bs. As." (Argentina), July 2010

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 13 June 2010

-   "Gente" (Uruguay), May 2010

-   "Viva" (Argentina), 25 April 2010

-   "Perfil" (Argentina), 24 April 2010

-   "Clarin - Mujer" (Argentina), 10 April 2010

-   "La Nacion" (Argentina), 21 March 2010

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 26 January 2010

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 15 December 2009, Iss. 2317

-   "Ocio" (Argentina), December 2009

-   "Ohlala" (Argentina), December 2009

-   "7Dias" (Argentina), 10 November 2009

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 27 October 2009

-   "La Nacion" (Argentina), 25 September 2009

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 8 September 2009

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 8 September 2009, Iss. 2303

-   "Shop" (Argentina), September 2009

-   "Cosmopolitan" (Argentina), April 2009

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 19 March 2009

-   "Miradas" (Argentina), March 2009

-   "Brando" (Argentina), March 2009

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 15 February 2009

-   "Luz" (Argentina), 21 December 2008, Iss. 192

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 26 November 2008

-   "Elle" (Argentina), July 2008

-   "Ohlala" (Argentina), July 2008, Iss. 4

-   "Viva" (Argentina), 1 June 2008

-   "Sedal Mag" (Argentina), June 2008

-   "Para Tí" (Argentina), 11 April 2008, Iss. 4473

-   "Gente" (Argentina), April 2008

-   "Pymes" (Argentina), January 2008, Iss. 46

-   "Shop" (Argentina), 2008

-   "Luz" (Argentina), 30 December 2007, Iss. 142

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 25 December 2007, Iss. 2214

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 18 December 2007, Iss. 2213

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 4 December 2007, Iss. 2211

-   "Caras" (Argentina), November 2007

-   "La Nacion" (Argentina), October 2007

-   "G7" (Argentina), September 2007

-   "Cosmopolitan" (Argentina), September 2007

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 22 May 2007, Iss. 2183

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 29 April 2007

-   "Pronto" (Argentina), 25 April 2007, Iss. 560

-   "Viva" (Argentina), 17 December 2006

-   "Pronto" (Argentina), 13 December 2006

-   "Luz" (Argentina), 10 December 2006, Iss. 86

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 3 December 2006

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 22 November 2006

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 6 November 2006

-   "Caras" (Argentina), November 2006

-   "Gente" (Argentina), November 2006

-   "Pronto" (Argentina), 13 September 2006, Iss. 528

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 29 August 2006

-   "Maxim" (Romania), August 2006

-   "Uno Mismo" (Argentina), August 2006

-   "Sal!" (Argentina), July 2006

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 25 April 2006, Iss. 2127

-   "Pronto" (Argentina), March 2006

-   "Sal!" (Argentina), 27 January 2006

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 10 January 2006, Iss. 2112

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 8 January 2006

-   "Luz" (Argentina), January 2006, Iss. 41

-   "Semanario" (Argentina), 23 November 2005

-   "Viva" (Argentina), 11 September 2005

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 19 July 2005, Iss. 2087

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 25 March 2005, Iss. 1211

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 23 March 2005

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 14 December 2004

-   "Luz" (Argentina), 18 July 2004

-   "La Nacion" (Argentina), 13 July 2004

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 27 April 2004

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 14 April 2004, Iss. 2021

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 8 October 2003

-   "Pronto" (Argentina), 1 October 2003

-   "Veintitres" (Argentina), 21 August 2003

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 10 August 2003

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 5 August 2003

-   "Glamour" (Argentina), August 2003

-   "El Planeta Urbano" (Argentina), August 2003

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 13 May 2003

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 11 March 2003

-   "Kurier TV" (Poland), 24 February 2003, Iss. 9/2003

-   "Swiat Seriali" (Poland), 30 December 2002, Iss. 1/2003

-   "Program TV" (Poland), 27 December 2002, Iss. 53/2002

-   "Ekran TV" (Poland), 20 December 2002, Iss. 52/2002

-   "Nueva" (Argentina), 1 December 2002

-   "Gente" (Argentina), December 2002

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 19 November 2002, Iss. 1948

-   "Imperium TV" (Poland), 4 November 2002, Iss. 45/2002

-   "Swiat Seriali" (Poland), 23 September 2002, Iss. 37/2002

-   "Kurier TV" (Poland), 6 September 2002, Iss. 36/2002

-   "Blow up the music pages" (Greece), September 2002, Iss. 22

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 27 August 2002

-   "Para Tí" (Argentina), 27 July 2002

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 1 July 2002, Iss. 1928

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 26 June 2002

-   "Swiat Seriali" (Poland), 17 June 2002, Iss. 25/26/2002

-   "Swiat Seriali" (Poland), 11 February 2002, Iss. 7/2002

-   "Program TV" (Poland), 8 February 2002, Iss. 7/2002

-   "Imperium TV" (Poland), 6 January 2002, Iss. 2/2002

-   "Look" (Argentina), 2002

-   "Swiat Seriali" (Poland), 17 December 2001, Iss. 51/52/2001

-   "FHM" (Hungary), December 2001

-   "Hölgyvilág" (Hungary), 24 September 2001, Vol. 3, Iss. 39

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 5 September 2001

-   "Tvr-hét" (Hungary), 11 August 2001, Vol. 13, Iss. 34

-   "Swiat Seriali" (Poland), 6 August 2001, Iss. 32/33/2001

-   "Bravo" (Poland), 2 August 2001, Iss. 16/2001

-   "Hölgyvilág" (Hungary), 30 July 2001, Vol. 3, Iss. 31

-   "Caras" (Argentina), June 2001

-   "Bravo Quiz" (Poland), June 2001, Iss. 4/2001

-   "Halo!" (Poland), 28 May 2001, Iss. 22/2001

-   "Kurier TV" (Poland), 25 May 2001, Iss. 21/2001

-   "Swiat Seriali" (Poland), 21 May 2001, Iss. 21/2001

-   "Bravo" (Poland), 10 May 2001, Iss. 10/2001

-   "Bravo Girl!" (Poland), 19 April 2001, Iss. 8/2001

-   "Hölgyvilág" (Hungary), 9 April 2001, Vol. 3, Iss. 15

-   "Swiat Seriali" (Poland), 26 March 2001, Iss. 13/2001

-   "Tvr-hét" (Hungary), 24 March 2001, Vol. 13, Iss. 14

-   "Bravo" (Poland), 1 March 2001, Iss. 5/2001

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 20 February 2001

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 7 February 2001

-   "Program TV" (Poland), 12 January 2001, Iss. 3/2001

-   "Bravo" (Poland), 4 January 2001, Iss. 1/2001

-   "Hölgyvilág" (Hungary), 2 January 2001, Vol. 3, Iss. 1

-   "Polsat Play" (Poland), January 2001, Iss. 9/2001

-   "Fan Plakat" (Poland), 2001, Iss. 1/2001

-   "Halo!" (Poland), 29 December 2000, Iss. 1/2001

-   "Story" (Hungary), 28 December 2000, Vol. 3, Iss. 52

-   "Gente" (Argentina), December 2000

-   "Bravo" (Poland), 23 November 2000, Iss. 24/2000

-   "Halo!" (Poland), 16 October 2000, Iss. 42/2000

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 4 October 2000

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 4 October 2000

-   "Swiat Seriali" (Poland), 2 October 2000, Iss. 20/2000

-   "Eres" (Argentina), October 2000

-   "Elle" (Argentina), September 2000

-   "Clarin - Mujer" (Argentina), 20 August 2000

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 8 August 2000, Iss. 1829

-   "Hölgyvilág" (Hungary), 31 July 2000, Vol. 2, Iss. 31

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 18 January 2000

-   "Rolling Stone" (Argentina), 2000

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 19 December 1999

-   "Gente" (Argentina), December 1999, Iss. 1796

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 10 November 1999

-   "Look" (Argentina), September 1999

-   "D'Mode" (Argentina), August 1999

-   "Pronto" (Argentina), 14 July 1999

-   "Caras" (Argentina), July 1999

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 10 June 1999

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 9 June 1999, Iss. 1768

-   "Para Tí" (Argentina), 14 May 1999, Iss. 4010

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 18 April 1999

-   "Semanario" (Argentina), 9 March 1999, Iss. 1028

-   "Caras" (Argentina), March 1999

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 20 January 1999

-   "Pronto" (Argentina), 6 January 1999

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 1999

-   "La Nacion" (Argentina), 1999

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 19 November 1998

-   "TV y Novelas" (Argentina), 28 October 1998, Iss. 111

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 21 October 1998

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 17 September 1998, Iss. 1730

-   "Pronto" (Argentina), 8 July 1998

-   "Para Tí" (Argentina), 3 July 1998

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 4 February 1998

-   "TV y Novelas" (Argentina), February 1998

-   "TV y Novelas" (Argentina), 24 December 1997

-   "Pronto" (Argentina), 23 December 1997

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 18 December 1997, Iss. 1691

-   "Gente" (Argentina), 4 December 1997, Iss. 1689

-   "Semanario" (Argentina), 25 November 1997, Iss. 961

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 12 November 1997

-   "Clarin - Espectáculos" (Argentina), 28 October 1997

-   "Semanario" (Argentina), 1 October 1997, Iss. 953

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 28 August 1997

-   "Look" (Argentina), June 1997

-   "Caras" (Argentina), 17 April 1997, Iss. 797

-   "Eres" (Argentina), March 1997

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