Titi Müller

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Tielen Müller

(1986-09-23) 23 September 1986 (age 36)
Years active2009–present
SpouseTomas Bertoni
Relatives Tainá Müller (sister)

Tielen Müller, best known as Titi Müller (born September 23, 1986) is a Brazilian blogger, television presenter and actress.




YearProgramBroadcasting stationNotes
Podsex Television presenter
2009-2010 Viva! MTV
2010-2013 Acesso MTV
2012-2013 Jovem Pan Morning Show
MTV Sem Vergonha
Mochilão MTV
Rock in Rio 2013 [1]
2014-2016Anota Aí


2014Do Lado de ForaMarília (Mah)

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