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Date of Birth 10 August 1969Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

Mini Bio (1)

Aline Kuppenheim studied theatre between 1988 and 1991 and began her career with the theater production The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht. In that same year, she made her debut in television. For a decade, she acted in fifteen different television shows that appeared on different local channels. During this time she acted in the films The man who imagined and Three Tall Women. In 2000, she decided to leave television to concentrate on films and theatre. Among her films are Dreaming of Julia, Machuca, The Good Life, Play, Cuban Blood, and Turistas. In 2005, she founded her own theater company, Teatro Milagros, (Theater Miracles) through which she researches and develops puppet productions. As a result, she has directed two montage productions: The Overcoat by Gogol and On the Line by Mike Kenny, both are currently touring internationally. It was also during this time that Kuppenheim returned to the small screen and acted in several television shows. Her last project was acting in the first season of the Fugitives on HBO. Currently, she is filming the second season of Fugitives and is preparing the premier of the play All passengers must go down by Alejandro Seveking and directed by Alejandro Goic.

Awards and Nominations . Pedro Sienna Award: Nominated Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for Turistas (2010) . Biarritz International Festival of Latin American Cinema: Won Best Performance by an Actress for La Buena Vida (2008) . Pedro Sienna Award: Nominated Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for La Buena Vida (2009) . Pedro Sienna Award: Nominated Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for Play (2007) . Altazor Award: Nominated Best Performance by an Actress in a television Leading Role for La Fiera (2000) . Altazor Award: Nominated Best Performance by an Actress in a television Leading Role for Destinos Cruzados (2005) . Altazor Award: Nominated Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for Machuca (2005) . Altazor Award: Nominated Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for Play (2006) . Altazor Award: Nominated Best Performance by an Actress for La Buena Vida (2009) . APES Award: Nominated Best Performance by an Actress in a television Leading Role for Amándote (1999) . APES Award: Nominated Best Performance by an Actress in a television Secundary Role for La Fiera (2000) . APES Award: Nominated Best Performance by an Actress in a television Leading Role for Destinos Cruzados (2005) . WIKEN Award: Won Best Performance by an Actress in a Secundary Role for Machuca (2004) . WIKEN Award: Won Best Performance by an Actress in a television Leading Role for Destinos Cruzados (2004)

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Janet Alvarez Gonzalez

Spouse (1)

Bastián Bodenhöfer (2000 - 2006) (divorced) (1 child)

Trade Mark (1)

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Trivia (8)

1991: Graduated from Fernando González's drama school.
Her father is French.
Former partner of Álvaro Rudolphy and Luciano Cruz Coke.
Her boyfriend, Italian Renzo Melai, died on June 23, 2008, in a motorcycle accident.
Was among the guests at Francisca Imboden's and Patricio Riesco's wedding ceremony.
Son, with Bastián Bodenhöfer, Ian Bodenhöfer born in 2000.
Attended a private school: College La Girouette in Las Condes, Santiago.
Turned down Catalina Guerra's role in Primera Dama (2010).

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