Cristián Fuente
Actor, TV presenter
Cristián Fuente
Cristián de la Fuente Sabarots is a Chilean-American actor.
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Shakira Reacts To Donald Trump's 'Hateful And Racist Speech'
Huffington Post - over 1 year
More than two weeks after Donald Trump characterized Mexican immigrants to the U.S. as "rapists" and criminals, the backlash from the Latino community and from various businesses is still growing. International superstar Shakira and department-store chain Macy’s are the latest to chime in on Trump's incendiary remarks, which he delivered in June while announcing his intention to seek the Republican presidential nomination. The Colombian singer posted her reaction in both Spanish and English to her 32 million Twitter followers Tuesday night. She also posted her thoughts on Facebook, where she has more than 101 million followers worldwide. Shakira, who lives in Barcelona, Spain, with her boyfriend and their two sons, denounced Trump’s words as an attack on the United States’ legacy of diversity. This is a hateful and racist speech that attempts to divide a country that for years has promoted diversity and democracy! 1/2 — Shakira (@shakira) June 30, 2015 No one livi ...
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Entrevista con Cristian de la Fuente
CNN - almost 2 years
El actor y atleta chileno habla del deporte y de su trabajo como portavoz de una *campaña* para consumir leche
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Juanes, Jesse & Joy top Latin Grammys
San Francisco Chronicle - over 4 years
Juanes, Jesse & Joy top Latin Grammys Associated Press Copyright 2012 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Updated 4:37 p.m., Friday, November 16, 2012 Hosted by actors Cristian De La Fuente and Lucero, Thursday night's event attracted stars from across the world and from dozens of Latin musical genres to the Mandalay Bay Events Center. Traditional Mexico met Las Vegas in a colorful number featuring Oaxaca native Lila Downs, Afro-Colombian singer Toto la Momposina and dancers in regional costumes, Carnival masques and skeleton makeup. Thank God, and all the fans, Juanes said as he dragged Dominican mereguero Juan Luis Guerra, who produced MTV Unplugged, to the stage to accept the mini-gramophone for best album at the close of the ceremony.
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Stars Dressed To Impress And Honor Caetano Veloso
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Already a tradition in the Latin Grammy Awards, the night before is dedicated to honor a major artists who have made history in music. This time the "Person of the Year" award was given to Caetano Veloso. The Huffington Post was present at the event and here we bring you everything that happened in the red carpet, where the stars dressed to impress and honored the brazilian composer and singer. Leaving no doubt that they will wear their best outfit tonight at the great celebration of the XIII Annual Latin Grammy, but looking stunning on their galas, celebrities such as Juanes, Cristian de la Fuente, Nelly Furtado, Julieta Venegas, and Alejandro Sanz, among others, showed up and performed in a night full of surprises. Click through the photo gallery below to see the best of the red carpet and share your opinion! AND FOLLOW OUR COVERAGE OF THE LATIN GRAMMY IN VIDEO:
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Mariela Murdocco: Adrenaline-Dripping "Prófugos" A Thriller From Chile, First-Ever From HBO Latino
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Guns, love, drug trafficking, betrayal and the search of a dream sound like the typical ingredients for a TV series like Prófugos (fugitives), but for HBO Latino, these elements are just a platform where different characters interact developing an interesting analysis of reality. A reality anyone can relate to. "The most interesting thing to me is how these four different characters interact as their escape unfolds and they are forced into the common struggle for survival. And it is this tension in an action film that, when coupled with the drug trafficking aspect and the everyday issues that all of us can relate to, make for a compelling story or the Latino audience", said the protagonist, Chilean superstar Francisco Reyes. Chilean star, actor Francisco Reyes. Photo courtesy HBO Latino. HBO lovers will not be disappointed at this new series in Spanish, filmed partly on location in the Chilean desert. "The series took three months to get ready and six months to ...
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Haven: Cristian de la Fuente zu Gast - serienjunkies.de
Google News - over 5 years
In Nordamerika geht in diesem Sommer die zweite Staffel der mystischen Dramaserie Haven an den Start. Der US-Sender Syfy gab nun bekannt, dass Cristian de la Fuente in einer Episode der Serie einen Gastauftritt haben wird. Der chilenische Schauspieler
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Cristián de la Fuente
    THIRTIES
  • 2009
    Age 34
    Fuentes also had a recurring role on Brothers & Sisters from 2009-2010.
    More Details Hide Details Fuentes had recurring roles on ABC's Private Practice during its fourth season and on ABC Family's The Nine Lives of Chloe King during its first and only season. Cristián de la Fuente will star as the protagonist in Carlos Moreno Laguillo's telenovela: El Aroma de tu Amor.
    In 2009, Fuentes guest starred in the telenovelas Fuego en la sangre as Demian Ferrer, and Corazón salvaje as Renato.
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  • 2008
    Age 33
    From 2008-2010, Fuentes played Raphael "Raph" Ramírez, a minor league baseball player and semi-boyfriend of Mary Shannon (Mary McCormack) on In Plain Sight.
    More Details Hide Details Fuentes returned to Chile to film the season 2 of his TV show Golpe Bajo, similar to MTV's series Punk'd.
    Fuentes hosted the Latin Grammy Awards of 2008 on November 13, 2008 in Houston, Texas.
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    He was eliminated on May 20, 2008 in 3rd place.
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    De la Fuente suffered a ruptured tendon in his left arm biceps on the April 28, 2008 episode of Dancing with the Stars.
    More Details Hide Details The following week, performing with his injured arm, he and Burke led the field.
  • 2007
    Age 32
    In the fall 2007, he participated in the mini series directed by Jennifer Lopez Como Ama Una Mujer with the actress Leonor Varela.
    More Details Hide Details De la Fuente appeared as a contestant on the sixth season of ABC's Dancing With the Stars with dance partner Cheryl Burke. They trained at Palm Beach, Florida's Paramount Ballroom, which is owned by former U.S. Nine-Dance Champion Alec Lazo.
  • 2005
    Age 30
    In 2005, he starred in the popular Venezuelan telenovela Soñar no Cuesta Nada, which filmed in Miami, Florida.
    More Details Hide Details The busy actor also found time to guest-star in three episodes of UPN’s One on One, appear in a recurring role on the short-lived CBS comedy The Class in 2006, and an episode of the wildly popular ABC show Ugly Betty. Amidst all the acting gigs, he continued to maintain his status with the Chilean Air Force, for which he occasionally performed as part of the aerial acrobatic troupe, Halcones.
    He was a popular host for Spanish-language specials and series during this period, including the 2005 Latin Grammy Awards, the music variety show 2006 Premios Juventud and the Chilean reality series Golpe Bajo, for which he also served as executive producer and writer.
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    In 2005, Cristián was seen in supporting roles in the indie romantic drama Sueno with John Leguizamo and the Latin-themed comedy Once Upon a Wedding.
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    In 2005, he starred in the Venevisión's Miami-made telenovela Soñar No Cuesta Nada, starring alongside Mexican actresses Karyme Lozano and Laura Zapata.
    More Details Hide Details It was a huge hit in the daytime slot on Univisión. It ran about 191 episodes and 9 months on air. On Univisión there were talks for him to host a night time talk show, but nothing came of it. He also had a recurring role as "Aaron" in the CBS sitcom The Class.
    He was a popular host for Spanish-language specials and series during this period, including the 2005 Latin Grammy Awards, the music variety show “Premios Juventud 2006” (2006) and the Chilean reality series “Golpe bajo” (2007), for which he also served as executive producer and writer.
    More Details Hide Details In 2005, he starred in the popular Venezuelan daytime soap ““Soñar no cuesta nada,” which filmed in Miami, FL. The busy actor also found time to guest-star in three episodes of UPN’s “One on One” (2001–06), appear in a recurring role on the short-lived CBS comedy “The Class” (2006), and an episode of the wildly popular “Ugly Betty” (ABC, 2006-). Amidst all the acting gigs, he continued to maintain his status with the Chilean Air Force, for which he occasionally performed as part of the aerial acrobatic troupe, Halcones. In 2008, de la Fuente’s exposure in American markets grew exponentially larger when it was announced that he would perform as one of the celebrity dancers on the sixth season of “Dancing with the Stars.” He also began work on “Love and Virtue” (2008), an epic historical drama with an all-star cast, including Peter O’Toole, John Malkovich, and Stephen Dillane.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2004
    Age 29
    In 2004, De la Fuente hosted alongside Kate del Castillo the first annual Premios Juventud on the Univision television network.
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  • 2003
    Age 28
    De la Fuente also turned up in John McTiernan’s military thriller Basic opposite John Travolta, and enjoyed several appearances on CSI: Miami as lab tech Sam Belmontes between 2003 and 2004.
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    De la Fuente also turned up in John McTiernan’s military thriller “Basic” (2003) opposite John Travolta, and enjoyed several appearances on “CSI: Miami” as lab tech Sam Belmontes between 2003 and 2004.
    More Details Hide Details De la Fuente was seen in supporting roles in the indie romantic drama “Sueño” (2005) with John Leguizamo and the Latin-themed comedy “Once Upon a Wedding” (2005).
  • 2002
    Age 27
    More Stateside work increased de la Fuente’s profile with American audiences; he made his motion picture debut alongside Sylvester Stallone in Renny Harlin’s racing drama “Driven” (2001), and partnered with Jon Bon Jovi as a vampire-hunting priest in “Vampires: Los Muertos” in 2002.
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  • 2000
    Age 25
    For his portrayal, de la Fuente earned an ALMA nomination in 2000.
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  • 1999
    Age 24
    The series proved unpopular with viewers, but de la Fuente had already moved on to greener pastures – specifically, the American television industry, for which he made his debut in a 1999 episode of “Pensacola: Wings of Gold” (syndicated, 1997-2000).
    More Details Hide Details He was then cast as law clerk Andres Diaz in the Paul Haggis-produced drama “Family Law” (CBS, 1999-2002).
  • 1998
    Age 23
    In 1998, de la Fuente was tapped by Telemundo to star in “Reyes y Rey” (1998), a remake of “Starsky and Hutch” (ABC, 1975–79) for Mexican television.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1974
    Born
    Born on March 10, 1974.
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