Chilean movie stars born in 1970

Here are 6 famous actors from Chile were born in 1970:

Jorge Zabaleta

Jorge Zabaleta (April 18, 1970 Santiago-) is a Chilean presenter and actor. His children are called Raimundo Zabaleta, Milagros Zabaleta and Antonio Zabaleta.

Jorge Zabaleta began his career in the entertainment industry in the 1990s, working as a host for a local television station in his native Chile. He later gained recognition as an actor, appearing in popular telenovelas such as "Amor a domicilio" and "Amor por accidente". Zabaleta has also worked in theater and film, including a leading role in the Chilean film "Los Debutantes".

Aside from acting and hosting, Zabaleta is also known for his activism and humanitarian work. He has spoken out on issues such as gender equality and violence against women, and has been involved in several charity organizations in Chile. Zabaleta is considered one of the most beloved and respected figures in Chilean entertainment, with a large and dedicated following in his home country and across Latin America.

Carlos Díaz

Carlos Díaz (July 21, 1970 Santiago-) also known as Carlos Patricio Diaz is a Chilean actor.

He began his career in the early 1990s appearing in various Chilean television series and films. Diaz gained international recognition for his role as Amador Rivas in the Spanish television series "Sin tetas no hay paraíso" (Without Tits There Is No Paradise) which aired from 2008 to 2009. He also appeared in the Mexican telenovela "El Señor de los Cielos" (Lord of the Skies) from 2014 to 2015.

In addition to his acting career, Diaz is a trained economist and has worked as a professor of finance at several universities in Chile. He is also an advocate for animal rights and founded the organization "Animal Creative" which focuses on promoting responsible pet ownership and preventing animal abuse.

Pablo Schwarz

Pablo Schwarz (October 9, 1970 Santiago-) is a Chilean actor and drummer. His children are called Joaquín Schwartz and Emilio Schwartz.

Schwarz began his acting career in the late 1990s in Chilean television series and films. He rose to prominence with his performance in the successful soap opera "Amores de Mercado" in 2001. He has since acted in numerous popular Chilean television shows, such as "Los 80", "Graduados", and "Pacto de Sangre".

In addition to acting, Schwarz is also a talented drummer and has played with several bands, including "Los Vinchukas" and "Chancho en Piedra". He is known for his energetic drumming style and has performed in numerous music festivals and concerts in Chile and other countries.

Schwarz has received several awards for his acting, including the Altazor Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the film "El Club" in 2016. He is also an ambassador for the One World Foundation, which aims to promote education and development in impoverished communities around the world.

Luciano Cruz-Coke

Luciano Cruz-Coke (July 1, 1970 Santiago-) also known as Luciano Cruz-Coke Carvallo is a Chilean politician and actor.

He is the son of the Chilean politician Beltrán Cruz-Coke and the brother of singer Javiera Mena. Luciano Cruz-Coke studied at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, where he earned a degree in acting. He subsequently worked as an actor, appearing in various Chilean films and television shows before transitioning to politics.

Cruz-Coke was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 2009, representing the district of Santiago. He served in that role for three years before being appointed Minister of Culture, Arts and Heritage by President Sebastian Piñera in 2012. As minister, Cruz-Coke worked to promote cultural development in Chile, establishing programs to support the arts and expand access to cultural activities. He also oversaw the construction of several new cultural centers throughout the country.

In 2014, Cruz-Coke left his position as minister to run for mayor of Santiago. However, he was unsuccessful in his bid for office. Cruz-Coke remains active in politics and the arts, continuing to advocate for cultural development and public service.

Andy Velasquez

Andy Velasquez (September 12, 1970 Santiago-) a.k.a. Jorge Andres Velasquez van Diest is a Chilean actor.

He has appeared in numerous films and television shows throughout his career. Velasquez began his acting career in the early 1990s with small roles in Chilean telenovelas. He later moved on to feature film work, appearing in prominent movies such as "La Frontera" and "Ilusiones Opticas". Velasquez has also worked as a voice actor, lending his voice to a number of animated films and television shows. In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Velasquez is also known for his philanthropy work, supporting various causes and charities in Chile.

Felipe Braun

Felipe Braun (December 3, 1970 Mexico City-) is a Chilean actor and film producer. His child is called Juan Braun.

Felipe Braun grew up in Chile and studied acting at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. He began his acting career in the early 1990s, and since then he has appeared in a number of popular TV series, movies, and plays. Some of his most memorable roles include his portrayal of Simon Dominguez in the hit TV series "Machos" and his role as Gabriel Valdés in the telenovela "Dos por Uno".

In addition to his long and successful career as an actor, Felipe Braun is also a highly regarded film producer. He has worked on several award-winning documentaries and feature films, including the critically acclaimed "El Paso" and "El Salvavidas". In recent years, he has become increasingly involved in creating socially conscious films that explore issues related to ecology, human rights, and social justice.

Despite his busy schedule as an actor and film producer, Felipe Braun is a devoted family man. He is married and has one child, Juan Braun. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, skiing, and spending time with his family.

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