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Tomás Dunster más conocido como Tommy Dunster , is an Argentinian actor who has played in soap operas around the world. He is best known in the United States as the villainous George Marston on Desire , Juan Pablo Renato Ruiz de Vasquez on All My Children , Luca Colucci on Rebelde way sea son 1, adult Cristóbal Bauer on Casi Ángeles in the season 4 in 2010 and Azul's father in 2013 on Aliados .

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Dunster Castle Country house, owned by National Trust

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