Araceli Vitta

Araceli Vitta Arambarri (born 4 March 1973) is a Chilean actress and public relations agent.

Araceli Vitta
Personal details
Born
Araceli Vitta Arambarri

(1973-10-04) 4 October 1973 (age 49)
Santiago, Chile
Alma materSanto Tomás University
(BA)
OccupationActress
ProfessionPublic relations

BiographyEdit

Vitta made his television debut as part of the Children's Clan of Sábado Gigante, program directed by Don Francisco for Canal 13.[1] In 1987, she was part of the cast of the television series «La Invitación» from the same channel. Later, she appeared in fictions such as «Fácil de Amar», «Champaña», «Juegos de Fuego» and «A todo dar». In 1998 she decided to move away from the television to focus on her family life.[2]

In 1996, she was part of the international jury of the 37th edition of the Vina del Mar Song Festival.

She was married for 12 years with Daniel Guerrero, Chilean composer and former member of the musical duo «La Sociedad». With him she had a son.[3][4] They both composed a song called «El juego del amor» (The Game of Love), which was interpreted by Daniela Aleuy and represented to Chile in the international competition of the 2001 Viña del Mar Festival.[5]

Away from television, in 2003, Vitta finished her BA in Public Relations at the Santo Tomás University.[6] She has practiced her profession in different companies and entities such as the Municipality of Pirque. Similarly, she has been part of some plays and has had sporadic appearances in the Chilean version of the series Lo que callamos las mujeres, broadcast by Chilevisión.[7]

FilmographyEdit

NovelsEdit

Novels
Year Novel Character Channel
1987 La invitación Betty del Solar Canal 13
1988 Semidiós Ana Luz Santana
1992 Fácil de amar Nadia Bascur
1994 Champaña Victoria Echaurren
1995 Juegos de fuego Alejandra Spencer Vergara TVN
1996 Para toda la vida Marisa Televisa/Mega
1997 Rossabella Cristina Mega
1998 A todo dar Catalina Balboa
2004 Xfea2 Sonia Bustamante
2010 Feroz Adriana Cooper Canal 13

SeriesEdit

Television series
Year Serie Character Channel
1994 Fácil de amar: La comedia Nadia Bascur Canal 13
2001 La otra cara del espejo Mega
2007−2008 Karkú Miss Faviana Castillo TVN
2015 Código Rosa Various characters Mega
2016 Lo que callamos las mujeres Various characters Chilevisión

Other participationsEdit

Television programs
Year Title Character Channel
1984−1985 Sábado Gigante Children's Clan Member Canal 13
1989 Actress of Las siete hermanas
1996 Vina del Mar Song Festival Internacional jury Mega
2005 Hola Andrea Drama actress
2008 Teatro en Chilevisión Mi Pasado me Condena (Featured) Chilevisión

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Felipe, Inostroza (26 September 2018). "Las acusaciones de abuso que remecen al "Clan Infantil"". La Cuarta. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
  2. ^ "¿Qué fue de Araceli Vitta?: ya no le interesa volver a la TV y trabaja en una municipalidad". Canal 13. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
  3. ^ Heufemann, Vanessa (9 June 2008). "Daniel Guerrero: "Parte de mi disco pertenece a un pasado que no quiero volver a vivir"". La Tercera. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
  4. ^ "Araceli Vitta dijo que su hijo no tiene relación con Daniel Guerrero: "Ya no me duele nada"". Soy Chile. 24 August 2017. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
  5. ^ "Festival Internacional de Viña del Mar". Emol. Retrieved 4 November 2021.
  6. ^ "Araceli Vitta Arambarri - LinkedIn". LinkedIn. Retrieved 4 November 2021.
  7. ^ "Araceli Vitta: "Yo jamás me he sentido acosada porque un maestro me tire un piropo en la calle"". Biut. 22 August 2017. Retrieved 4 November 2021.

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