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Overview (4)

Born in Buenos Aires, Federal District, Argentina
Birth NameAraceli Edith González
Nickname Ara
Height 5' 7¼" (1.71 m)

Mini Bio (2)

She made her first model photograph book in 1982. Since that date she started an incredible career like top model. She got married in 1988 with Rubén Torrente. They had a daughter, Florencia Torrente. In 1991 Araceli got divorced. She established her company and designed her own clothes line "by Araceli". In 1992 Canal 13, one of the most importants TV channels in Argentina, contracted her for act in a popular TV-serie, with an important role in the story. So she left her career of model and started starring TV-novels. In 1997 she got married with the successful actor and producer Adrián Suar. In 1998 they had a son, Tomás Kirzner.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: njrwally@hotmail.com

At 15, Araceli was discovered by the designer Daniel Desio and he took her to a fashion show in Mar del Plata, Argentina. During 1985 and 1986 she was working as an advertising model of trade marks; such as Sprite, Adidas, and Christian Dior. In 1987 Araceli met Rubén Torrente and contracted her to host the TV program 'Onda Verde'. They fell in love and got married a year later. The couple had a daughter, Florencia, born in 1988, and Araceli continued her career as a model in Europe. She came back to Argentina as the most famous girl of the prestigious Pancho Dotto's models staff, appearing in several magazines covers. In 1990, after a advertising campaign of By Deep Jeans, she was cast in the TV series La banda del Golden Rocket (1991). By the time Araceli was working as an actress, she was separated from her husband and gained the custody of her daughter. Meanwhile, she started a love relationship with the actor Adrián Suar. In 1994 she starred in Nano (1994) with Gustavo Bermúdez and Araceli got her first Martín Fierro Award for breakthrough performance. She starred in another soap opera Sheik (1995), once again with Bermúdez, but it was less successful than the earlier one. Her next soap opera was El último verano (1996) alongside Osvaldo Laport. In 1997 Araceli achieved theatrical success with the play 'Y las sirenas cantarán...'; next, she starred in the TV series Carola Casini (1997) and she got married to Adrián Suar the same year. She gave birth to Tomás, her second child, from that marriage. Her film debut was in Alma mía (1999), starring Pablo Echarri, and it became a success in Argentinian theaters. Then, this movie was the first Argentinian film sold in DVD format. Meanwhile, Araceli worked in advertising and co-hosted with Julián Weich a TV Show called 'Fort Boyard', which was made in France; it had only 14 transmissions. By the year of 2000 Araceli rejected an offer to continue in the same show and started a new TV program Primicias (2000). Araceli's work in TV during 2001 was seen in the soap opera Provócame (2001) sharing leading roles with Chayanne and Romina Yum.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Gabriel Lombardo

Spouse (3)

Fabián Mazzei (11 December 2013 - present)
Adrián Suar (18 October 1997 - 2004) (divorced) (1 child)
Ruben Torrente (19 February 1988 - 1991) (divorced) (1 child)

Trade Mark (1)

Her short hair in the 90s

Trivia (10)

Born at 9:05 am in the Santa Isabel's sanatorium.
Older sister of Adrián González.
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 21, a daughter Florencia Torrente on August 19, 1988. Child's father is her 1st (now ex) husband, Ruben Torrente.
Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 31, a son Tomás Kirzner on August 17, 1998. Child's father is her 2nd (now ex) husband, Adrián Suar.
Had an on-off relationship with actor Adrián Suar. They began in 1992, married on 18 October 1997, but separated in 2002.
Used to own a shop with her own clothing designs in Ramos Mejía.
Grew up in Haedo and Ramos Mejía, Greater Buenos Aires.
Has been in a relationship with actor Fabián Mazzei since December 2007. They married on 11 December 2013.
Daughter of Ernesto Omar González and Rosa Monteferrario.
Former member staff at Pancho Dotto's models.

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