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Tiago Correa

Tiago Kadú Correa Girrulat (born August 28, 1981, in Santiago de Chile, Chile), is a Chilean actor of films and telenovelas.

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Biography

The son of a Chilean father and Brazilian mother, Tiago was born in Chile, but at a year of age went to Santa Catarina, in the South of Brazil with his parents and his sister Itaci, where he remained until age eight.

In 2010 he married Ignacia Allamand, also an actress, with whom he has shared the screen in the soap operas Vivir con 10 (2007), Mala Conducta (2008) and Infiltradas of Chilevisión.

Filmography

Television
YearTitleRoleNotes
2002Bienvenida realidad: la películaFrancoTV Movie
2004Bienvenida realidadFranco Torres / FrancoSeason 1, Episode 1: "El accidente"
Season 1, Episode 2: "Vuelta al colegio"
2005Heredia & asociadosDiegoSupporting role
2005Loco por tiÓscarSeason 6, Episode 2: "Echarse atrás"
2006Entre mediasKike12 episodes
2007Vivir con 10Lukas YankovicSupporting role
2008 Mala Conducta Félix Inostroza7 episodes
2009Sin anestesiaRafael QuiñonesSupporting role
2010 Manuel Rodríguez José Miguel NeiraSupporting role
2011KarmaJuanSeason 1, Episode 3: "Formas del sexo"
2011InfiltradasLautaro VerdugoCo-protagonist
2012-13 La Sexóloga Pancho PamplonaCo-protagonist
2013PrófugosDavid4 episodes
2014La canción de tu vidaJuan JoséSeason 1, Episode 4: "Cariño malo"
2015 Dueños del paraíso Mario Alejandro EsparzaCo-protagonist
2015 La poseída Vicente SmithSupporting role
2019 La reina del sur 2 Jonathan Peres

Theater Plays

Theater plays
PlayRoleYear
El Contrabajo2015-2016
Venus en PielThomas2014
Juan y BeatrizJuan2012-2013
Gleenglary Glen RossRoma2011
Negro Animal TristezaFlynn2010
Capote, manipulador2007
HamelinJosemari2007
Cocinando con ElvisStuart2006
AnimalesBoxer y Roben Denirou2005-2006
El Crimen de cura TatoLucho2003-2004

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