Emilia Attías

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María Emilia Attias Pompei (born March 20, 1987), better known as Emilia Attias is an Argentine Actress, Model, Singer, Dj and Television Host.

Emilia Attias
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Born
María Emilia Attias Pompei

(1987-03-20) March 20, 1987 (age 33)
Nationality Argentina
OccupationActress, Model, Singer, Dj and Television Host
Years active1999-present
Height1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Spouse(s)
Naím Sibara (m. 2009)
ChildrenGina Sibara (b. October 28, 2016)
Parent(s)Carlos Attias and Hebe Ada Rosa Pompei

BiographyEdit

María Emilia Attías was born in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, on March 20, 1987. She is the fourth of five children, who had the marriage of Carlos Attias, a retired Lieutenant Colonel and former rugby coach at the Centro Naval Argentino club and Hebe Ada Rosa Pompei, a real estate businesswoman. Her parents divorced when Emilia was six years old.

Personal LifeEdit

Since 2006 Emilia was in a relationship with the actor and musician Naím Sibara. On December 3, 2009, she married Naím Sibara. On October 28, 2016 she gave birth to the couple's first child, a girl, whom they called Gina Sibara.

CareerEdit

When María Emilia Attias was 12 years old, she was discovered on the street and from that moment she began modeling, starring in various campaigns, which helped her pay for her singing and acting classes with Norman Briski. During her teens she was a model in countless graphic campaigns and advertising, in Argentina and abroad. At age 15 she traveled to London to enter the European publishing market. María Emilia Attias began her career in television in 2003, in the youth television series Rebelde Way. In 2004, she was part of the cast of the television series Los Roldán. From 2004 to 2005, she makes a small participation in the television series No hay 2 sin 3. In 2005, she was the host of a program, called Ayer te vi. In 2005, she made her film debut, with a film of Nicolás Capelli, with the film Matar a Videla stars alongside Diego Mesaglio and María Fiorentino. In 2006, she was convened by Reina Reech and Miguel Ángel Cherutti to participate in Inolvidable, theatrical music hall. In 2006, she was part of the cast of the television series Gladiadores de Pompeya. In 2006, she was convened to participate in the contest of Bailando por un Sueño 2006. At the end of the year 2006, with 19 years old, Emilia Attias signed contract with Cris Morena to be one of the protagonist of the youth television series Casi Ángeles with Nicolás Vázquez, Alejo García Pintos, Jimena Barón, Gastón Dalmau, Nicolás Riera, Juan Pedro Lanzani, Mariana Espósito, María Eugenia Suárez, Rocío Igarzábal, Pablo Martínez, Agustín Sierra, Candela Vetrano, María Del Cerro, Stéfano de Gregorio, Gimena Accardi, Julia Calvo, Mariano Torre, Victorio D´Alessandro, Daniela Aita, Mercedes Funes, Lucas Ferraro and Peto Menahem. In 2010, she was the host of a youth program, called Re-creo en vos. In 2010, she was convened again to participate in the contest of Bailando 2010. In 2010, she and her husband Naím Sibara creates, the production company Siamese Productions, which merged with the Israeli production company AmjaTV, made the pilot for Minou. In October 2011, she acted in the movie Días de vinilo . In 2011, she acted in the movie El secreto de Lucía. In 2012, she was the protagonist of the television series Los únicos with Nicolás Vázquez and Nicolás Cabré. In 2013, she was the host of a program, called Reef Classic Pilsener Light Montañita 2013. In 2013, she makes a small participation in the television seriesLos Vecinos en Guerra. From 2013 to 2014, she was one of the protagonist of the television series Mis amigos de siempre. In 2014, she acted in the movie Contrasangre. In 2015, she starred in the play OrguYo, starred alongside Leticia Brédice, directed by Cristian Morales and written by Leticia Brédice. In 2015, she acted in the movie El muerto cuenta su historia. In 2015, she acted in the movie Ojalá vivas tiempos interesantes. In 2016 Emilia Attias returns to cinema with the protagonist in the movie Dolores. In 2016, she makes a small participation in the play El otro lado de la cama. In 2018, she was the protagonist in the movie La sequía. In 2019, she was the host of a program, called Resto del mundo.

FilmographyEdit

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Character Channel
2003 Rebelde Way Celeste Canal 9
2004 Los Roldán Magda Canal 9
2004-2005 No hay 2 sin 3 Bárbara Canal 9
2006 Gladiadores de Pompeya Lucero Canal 9
2007-2010 Casi Ángeles Ángeles Inchausti/Paz Bauer Telefe
2012 Los únicos Mía Horgensen Canal 13
2013 Los Vecinos en Guerra Guadalupe Telefe
2013 Historias de diván Natalia Telefe
2013-2014 Mis amigos de siempre Bárbara Delgado Canal 13
2014 Viento Sur Sofía Ludueña/Cersei Karnstein América TV
2015 Cromo Valentina TV Pública/Netflix

Television ProgramsEdit

Year Program Channel Notes
2005 Call TV Canal 9 Host
2005 Ayer te vi Canal 9 Co-Host
2006 Bailando por un Sueño 2006 Canal 13 Competitor
2010 Re-creo en vos Canal 13 Host
2010 Bailando 2010 Canal 13 Competitor
2013 Reef Classic Pilsen Light Montañita 2013 TC Televisión Host
2019 Fund TV Awards Volver Host
2019 Resto del mundo Canal 13 Host

MoviesEdit

Year Movie Character Director
2005 Matar a Videla Lucía Nicolás Capelli
2011 Días de vinilo Lila Gabriel Nesci
2011 El secreto de Lucía Lucía Becky Garello
2014 Contrasangre Analía Nacho Garassino
2015 El muerto cuenta su historia Bea Fabián Forte
2015 Ojalá vivas tiempos interesantes Laia Santiago Van Dam
2016 Dolores Dolores Juan Dickinson
2018 La sequía Fran Martín Jáuregui

TheaterEdit

Year Title Character Director Theater
2006 Inolvidable: Una historia de humor Emilia Reina Reech and Miguel Ángel Cherutti Teatro Premier
2007-2009 Casi Ángeles Cielo Mágico/Paz Bauer Cris Morena Teatro Gran Rex
2015 OrguYo Lana Cristian Morales G104
2016 El otro lado de la cama Paula Manuel González Gil Teatro Apolo

VideoclipsEdit

Year Artist Song
2003 Emmanuel Horvilleur Soy tu nena
2006 Ricardo Arjona Pingüinos en la cama
2010 Re-creo en vos Re.creo
2010 Minou Renacimiento
2010 Gin Tonic La Argentina esta barata
2014 La Armada Cósmica Botón

Awards and NominationsEdit

Year Award Category Work Result
2006 Estrella de Mar Awards Revelation Inolvidable: Una historia de humor Nominated
2008 Martín Fierro Awards Best Leading Actress in Comedy Casi Ángeles Nominated
2011 Silver Condor Awards Female Revelation Matar a Videla Nominated
2014 Kids Choice Awards Argentina Favorite Actress Mis amigos de siempre Nominated
2016 Nuevas Miradas Awards Best Actress Cromo Nominated
2017 12 Months Film Festival Best Actress El Secreto de Lucía Nominated
2017 Five Continents International Film Festival Special Mention for Best Actress El Secreto de Lucía Winner
2017 South Film and Arts Academy Festival Best Actress El Secreto de Lucía Winner
2017 Vancouver Alternative Cinema Festival Best Actress El Secreto de Lucía Winner
2018 San Antonio Independent Film Festival Best Actress El Secreto de Lucía Winner
2018 International Author Film Festival Best International Actress El Secreto de Lucía Winner

DiscographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

Title Details
Teen Angels 1
  • published: April 17, 2007
  • label: Sony Music Argentina
  • Format: CD
Teen Angels 2
  • published: April 15, 2008
  • label: Sony Music Argentina
  • Format: CD
Teen Angels 3
  • published: April 7, 2009
  • label: Sony Music Argentina
  • Format: CD

Live albumsEdit

Year Information
2008 Casi Ángeles en el Gran Rex
2009 Casi Ángeles En Vivo Teatro Gran Rex 2009

SimpleEdit

Year Title Album
2007 "Casi Ángeles" Teen Angels 1
"Voy Por Más"
"No te rindas"
"Dos Ojos"
"Valiente"
"Para vos"
"Te amaré por siempre"
"Un ángel"
"Tan alegre el corazón"
2008 "Señas tuyas" Teen Angels 2
"Río de besos"
"Guarda tu fé"
2009 "Cuando llegue tu amor" Teen Angels 3
2011 "Dicen que yo" El secreto de Lucía
2011 "Desde que no estas conmigo" Días de Vinilo

Video clipsEdit

Year Artist Video
2014 La Armada Cósmica "Botón"[1]
2010 Gin Tonic La Argentina esta barata[2]
2010 Minou Renacimiento (en Israel) 3D[3]
2010 Re.creo en vos Re.creo[4]
2008 Casi Ángeles Señas tuyas
2007 Casi Ángeles Dos ojos
2007 Casi Ángeles Casi Ángeles
2007 Casi Ángeles Voy por más[5]
2006 Ricardo Arjona Pingüinos en la cama[6]
2003 Emmanuel Horvilleur Soy tu nena[7]

SoundtracksEdit

Year Title Series/Movie
2007 Voy por más Series
Dos ojos
2010 Re.Creo en vos Program
2011 Dicen que yo Movie[8]
2011 Desde que no estas conmigo Movie[9]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 2014, 1 De Septiembre De. "Emilia Attias, súper sexy en un videoclip". Infobae. Retrieved July 16, 2017.
  2. ^ Monica. "La Argentina está barata – Gin Tonic". www.tangoencordoba.com.ar. Archived from the original on August 7, 2017. Retrieved July 16, 2017.
  3. ^ http://www.clarin.com/espectaculos/Emilia_Attias_0_373162876.html
  4. ^ "Re.Creo en vos con Emilia Attias arranca el próximo martes". exitoina.com. March 30, 2010. Retrieved July 16, 2017.
  5. ^ "Voy Por Mas Clip – Teen Angeles y Emilia Attias! – Watch Video Online – Watch Latest Ultra HD 4K Videos Online". Watch Latest Ultra HD 4K Videos Online. Archived from the original on September 27, 2016. Retrieved July 16, 2017.
  6. ^ 2006, 22 De Abril De. "Ricardo Arjona presenta su nuevo video Pingüinos en la cama". Infobae. Retrieved July 16, 2017.
  7. ^ "Emilia Attias - Noticias y chismes de Famosos - GrandesEstrellas.com". www.grandesestrellas.com. Archived from the original on October 6, 2016. Retrieved July 16, 2017.
  8. ^ "El Secreto De Lucia (2014)". imdb.com. Retrieved July 16, 2017.
  9. ^ "Vinyl Days (2012)". imdb.com. Retrieved July 16, 2017.

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