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Biography

Andres Reyes Cristi was born in Santiago, Chile on November 20, 1984. He is a Chilean actor, who started in television on "Música Libre" on Channel 13 in 2001 as a dancer. He attended school at Luis Campino and San Ignacio El Bosque to later enter theater at the University of Chile and also took acting classes at the Catholic University of Chile. He is currently pursuing a acting workshop at the Center for Theatrical Performance Memory (Alfredo Castro).

Andres became known in the television series television "Floribella" and later in "El Senor de la Querencia", and finally on "The Del Monte Sons" where he plays the youngest of the Del Monte clan.

In theater, Reyes has a great career, he has acted in more than 20 works, most notably "The Iron Lady", "Movement", "Tolk Radio", "Lazarillo de Tormes", "Ghosts of Paraffin" of Precarious Balance company (puppet theater). "Ele office" and "Army".

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