Natalia Oreiro- Biography, Relationship, Figure, Life, Age, Height, Wiki, Career, Images, Net Worth, Family, and More

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Natalia Oreiro

Biography of Natalia Oreiro

Biography of Natalia Oreiro

Natalia Marisa Oreiro Iglesias is a well-known Uruguayan singer, actress, and fashion designer who rose to prominence in Europe and Latin America. She started off doing telenovelas, but since 2008, she has focused mostly on films. Oreiro has experience organizing social awareness programs and events for groups such as UNICEF, which appointed her as its ambassador for Uruguay and Argentina in September 2011.

Her big break came in the middle of the nineties when she was cast in Argentine TV shows like “Ricos y Famosos” and “90-60-90 Modelos“. But after starring as Milagros in the telenovela “Muñeca Brava” and receiving praise for the part, her fame took off.

Early Life and Birth Place

Natalia Oreiro Early Life

A sweet little girl was born in Montevideo, a small city in Uruguay, on May 19, 1977. The family has one other child besides Natalia. She also enjoys a wonderful bond with Adriana, her elder sister. There is a 4-year age gap between them. Her family frequently relocated; following Montevideo, they settled in El Cerro, a city in Spain.

The singer was creatively inclined from a very young age. Natalia started studying in an elementary school theatre club and taking classes. She received invitations to participate in advertising shoots when she was twelve. She appeared in thirty ads for brands like Johnson & Johnson, Coca-Cola, and Pepsi.

Struggle and Career

Natalia Oreiro Struggle and Career

She began her career in the commercial world at the age of twelve, when she went to an audition for a movie that required child performers. She taped 37 ads between the ages of 12 and 16 for brands like Pepsi, Johnson & Johnson, and O.B. Coca-Cola. Out of 10,000 applicants, she was personally chosen at the age of 14 to travel with Xuxa (Meneghel) on her American tour and to represent her in tributes and programs like “Show de Xuxa, El” (1991).

But most of her money was spent on plane tickets to attend casting calls for films in Buenos Aires. She moved to Argentina by herself when she was 17 years old. She played a very short part in the 1994 television play “Inconquistable Corazon”.

From 1995 to 2000

She was then asked to play Patricia Palmer’s niece, Veronica Iturbe Montalban, in the drama “Dulce Ana” published in 1995. Subsequently, she made appearances in “90-60-90 modelos” (1996) and “Ricos y famosos” (1997), where she played Valerie Garcia Mñndez de Salerno Ortigoza, a role that garnered her notoriety both domestically and internationally. Her only theatrical performance was “Las mariposas son libres” in 1996.

She co-hosted the 1998 “Martнn Fierro Awards” with Fernando Bravo. Natalia released “Natalia Oreiro,” her debut record, across the world in 1998. She also performed the opening number of “Cambio dolor” for the television show “Muneca Brava,” which debuted in 1998 and led the daytime television ratings. Her songs are heard around the world, including “Me muero de amor”.

From 1999 To 2001

She was named the 1999 celebrity revelation and was awarded the “Celebrity of the Year” award in the television category by E! Entertainment Television Network on January 27, 2000. Additionally, she was nominated twice in a row (in 1999 and 2000) for a “Martin Fierro Award” for best dramatic actress in a leading role for her portrayal of the sensual and boyish orphan Milagros `Mili’ Esposito-Di Carlo de Miranda Rapallo (Cholito/Carlitos), who captivated the audience in “Muneca brava” (1998).

Over 80 nations around the world aired this series. During her career, she performed with “Raffaella Carra” in a classical Spanish play called “Gala de la Hispanidad” in Punta del Este. They sang the song “03, 03, 456”. She participated in the Spanish “Gala de Murcia” and the Miami “Festival de la Calle 8”.

Numerous offers were made to Natalia to film in the US, Italy, and Spain. Natalia performed in different countries on her extensive recital tour in 2000 and 2001, including Romania, the Philippines, Hungary, Greece, Poland, the Czech Republic, Israel, Slovakia, Slovenia, Russia, and Belarus. Naty won the Vina del Mar Festival 2000 Queen in February 2001, captivating the Chilean people with her stunning voice and beauty. She took part in the 2001 Vina del Mar Festival as a guest singer the following year, and for the second year in a row, she was selected to co-host one of the festival evenings.

FROM 2001 TO 2007

The honorary invitation came from Uruguayan musician and songwriter Jaime Roos, and she accepted the request from the Uruguayan national football team to perform at the pregame show between Uruguay and Korea. She was asked to the Korea-Japan World Cup in February 2002. While on tour in Belarus and Russia in March 2002, she also began recording “Turmalina,” her new album was released in June of that same year. Recordings of “Kachorra” (2002) and “Pablo Rago, which Natalia began a month earlier, were completed in December of that same year and broadcast throughout Latin America, the Philippines, the Middle East, and Europe.

Under the direction of Eduardo Mignogna, she began filming her second picture, Cleopatra (2003), a co-production with Spain, in March 2003 starring Norma Aleandro, Leonardo Sbaraglia, and Hector Alterio. She embarked on a tour of Latin America and Eastern Europe in mid-2003. She begins filming “El Deseo” (2004) on March 1st. Her most significant cameo was in the esteemed Latin television program “Sabado Gigante” (1962).

On May 23, 2007, she was awarded the “Martin Fierro Prize” as the best comedic actress in Argentina for her role as “Sos Mi Vida”, in which she co-starred with Facundo Arana.

From 2008 to 2012

Oreiro made her television debut on April 30, 2008, in the Argentine internet sitcom Amanda. During its first season and the start of the second, viewers from Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay saw the first soap opera ever created for the internet. She co-starred with Diego Peretti in the 2009 film Música en Espera. In 2010, she starred in Miss Tacuarembó, a musical comedy, which was co-produced by Uruguay, Argentina, and Spain. For her performance, she received the Iris Award for Best Actress. She co-starred with Daniel Hendler in the comedy film My First Wedding in the first half of 2011.

From 2013 to 2017

She made her television comeback in 2013 with the telenovela Solamente Vos. Naty started her musical career again at the end of 2013, going on the Nasha Natasha Tour Hits tour in Eastern Europe. She also dropped a new song and music video, a rendition of “Todos me Miraran” by Gloria Trevi. Natalia performed 34 gigs around 19 Russian towns as part of the “Nasha Natasha Tour 2014”.

She made a comeback to television in 2015, starring alongside Benjamín Vicuña and Joaquín Furriel in the dramatic series Entre caníbales, directed by Juan José Campanella. She starred in the 2016 film “I’m Gilda”. The movie was released in the album’s lead single, “Corazon Valiente,” a joint effort with Ruben Rada, in December 2016. The movie was shown at many festivals, including the Malaga Film Festival and the Miami International Film Festival in 2017; she was recognized with multiple honors for her performance in both events. The Condor Award, the Sur Award, and the Audience Platinum for Best Actress.

From 2018 to 2021

The actress has a lively life these days; she performs in movies, uses Instagram, and goes to concerts. She released an anthem for the 2018 World Cup, that was hosted in Russian cities. “United By Love” was sung by her in Russian and Spanish. Natalia Oreiro is still working as an actress.

Her roles in the serial film “Grisel” and the motion picture “Crazy” were released. She also founded the highly well-known Los Oreiro women’s apparel line in Argentina with her elder sister. Let’s Dance (Listo Pa’Bailar), a song, the singer and the Bajofondo band performed for their fans in March 2021, was given to them. A portion of the song was performed in Spanish and Russian. For the song, a video clip was also made available.

Natalia Singing Career

Natalia’s singing career right after the Argentine movie was filmed in New York. She debuted her debut album, Natalia Oreiro, at that time. Furthermore, the CD’s tune Cambio Dolor was featured in the TV series “Wild Angel”. Tu Veneno, the artist’s second album, was recorded in 2000 and received a Latin Grammy Award nomination.

After that, Natalia went on tour and performed in Spain, the USA, and South America. The artist Turmalina’s third album was published two years later. She wrote the songs “Mar” and “Alas de Libertad” herself. Oreiro contributed to the composition of the song Cayendo as well.

One of the album’s tracks can be heard in the television series “Kachorra,” in which Natalia portrayed a major character. In 2003, the singer decided to organize a tour and visit the cities of Latin America and Eastern Europe. In 2016, she released her fourth album “Gilda: No Me Arrepiento de Este Amor”. As well as a video for the track “Corazón Valiente”.

Relationship – Love Life, Marriage or Boyfriend

Natalia Oreiro Relationships

She started dating fellow actor Pablo Echarri in 1994. The pair broke up in 2000 after their romance had lasted that long. Natalia found the parting to be quite painful. She started dating Divididos rock musician Ricardo Mollo, who is ten years her senior, a year later. Twelve months later, in Brazil, they tied the knot. The couple chose to have tattoos on their ring fingers to symbolize their intense love.

Figure – Physical Appearance

Here are Natalia’s physical characteristics: chest, weight, waist, hips, dress, and shoe size. Her bra size is similar to Ella Anderson’s, Jordana Brewster’s, and Taylor Russel’s.

Chest34 inches (86 centimeters)
Weight55 kilograms (121 pounds)
Waist28 inches (71 centimeters)
Hips size36 inches (91 centimeters)
Bra Size32B
Dress size6 US
Shoe size  8 US

Natalia Oreiro Family Background

In Montevideo, Uruguay, Natalia Oreiro was born into a middle-class family. Her mother, Mabel Cristina Iglesias Bourié, was a hairdresser, while her father, Carlos Florencio Oreiro Poggio, worked in a nearby business. Adriana Oreiro is the name of her elder sister.

Age of Natalia Oreiro

Oreiro birthdate of Natalia Oreiro is March 19, 1977. Her age as of June 2024 is forty-seven.​ If you are interested in Uruguay celebrities, you must see Vogrincic Roldan.

Net Worth Of Natalia Oreiro

Net Worth Of Natalia Oreiro

According to records, Natalia Oreiro has a net worth of 10  million dollars. His net worth is similar to Troye Sivan’s.

Wiki Info

We are talking about Natalia Oreiro. Here are her wiki details.

Real NameNatalia Marisa Oreiro Lglesias
Date of Birth19 May 1977
Place of BirthMontevideo, Uruguay
Current ResidencePalermo, Argentina
Age 47 years
EthnicitySpanish, Italian, and German Ancestry
EducationAttended High School
ParentsFather – Carlos Florencio Oreiro Poggio
Mother – Mabel Cristina Iglesias Bourié
SiblingsSister – Adriana Oreiro
Brother – Nill
Height5 Feet 9 Inches (170 centimeters)
Eyes ColorGreen eyes
Hair ColorDark Brown
Marital StatusMarried
Wife / Husband NameRicardo Mollo
ChildrenDaughter – Nill
Son – Merlin Atahualpa Mollo Oreiro
Zodiac SignTaurus
Profession        Actress

Social Media Accounts

Natalia Oreiro is a social person. She has multiple social media accounts. So below are her account followers. 

Instagram1.5M followers
Twitter49.7k followers
YouTube320k subscribers

What are some fun facts about Natalia Oreiro?

Daughter of Carlos Oreiro Poggio and painter Mabel Iglesias Bourié, Natalia Oreiro was born in Montevideo, Uruguay on May 19, 1977. At the age of eight, she studied acting, and at the age of twelve, she made her television debut in commercials for Pepsi, Coca-Cola, and Johnson & Johnson.

Who is Natalia Oreiro married to?

She married Ricardo Mollo on December 31, 2001.

Does Natalia Oreiro have a child?

Yes, she has a son named Merlin Atahualpa Mollo Oreiro.

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