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Silvia Beatriz Guazzini Monsalve (born December 22, 1953 in Santiago), best known as Coca Guazzini, is a Chilean television, theatre and film actress. Guazzini studied theatre at Universidad de Chile. She appeared in some popular Chilean telenovelas like Sucupira, Aquelarre and Tic-Tac. In 2002 Coca Guazzini won the Apes Award for "Best Actress".

Coca Guazzini
Coca Guazzini.jpg
Coca Guazzini (2010)
Born
Silvia Beatriz Guazzini Monsalve

(1953-12-22) December 22, 1953 (age 65)
Santiago, Chile
Nationality Chilean
OccupationActress

One of her most recognized roles is Pía Correa Gumucio, of the comedy show Los Eguiguren.[1]

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

Soap Opera and television credits
Year Title Role Notes
1981 La Madrastra Hortencia Soap Opera
1982 Alguien por Quien Vivir Graciela Soap Opera
1982 Una Familia Feliz Paula Television series
1983 Las Herederas Teresa Rodríguez Soap Opera
1993 Ámame Eugenia Hernández Soap Opera
1994 Rompecorazón Elena Montaner Soap Opera
1996 Sucupira Luisa Lineros Soap Opera
1996 La Buhardilla Tsa tsa Television series
1997 Tic Tac Ivana Gabor Soap Opera
1998 Borrón y Cuenta Nueva Magnolia "Maggie" Morán Soap Opera
1999 Aquelarre Elena Vergara Soap Opera
2000 Santoladrón Lucrecia Smith Soap Opera
2001 Amores de Mercado Morgana Atal Soap Opera
2002 Te llamabas Rosicler Television film
2002 Purasangre Josefina López Soap Opera
2003 Pecadores Amelia Soto Soap Opera
2004 Destinos Cruzados Flavia Mendrano Soap Opera
2005 Versus América Gumucio Soap Opera
2006 Floribella María Laura "Malala" Torres Soap Opera
2007 Amor por Accidente Rebeca Malbrán Soap Opera
2008 Hijos Del Monte Sofía Cañadas Soap Opera
2009 Los Ángeles de Estela Estela Cox Soap Opera
2010 La Familia de al lado Eva Spencer Soap Opera
2011 Aquí Mando Yo Rocío Leighton Soap Opera
2012 Separados María Isabel Correa Soap Opera
2014 El Amor Lo Manejo Yo Elena Duque Soap Opera

TV showsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-02-02. Retrieved 2009-07-30.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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