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Eugenio Siller
Born Eugenio Santiago Siller Rodriguez

April 5, 1981 (1981-04-05) (age� 28) Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico

Eugenio Siller (born on April 5, 1981 in Tampico, Tamaulipas) is a Mexican actor.


[hide]*1 Biography

  • 2 Filmography
    • 2.1 Telenovelas
    • 2.2 Other TV Shows
    • 2.3 Music
  • 3 Discography
  • 4 External links

[edit] BiographyEdit

In 1998, he became part of a singing group called "Klishé" along with his brother Mundo. They later formed a duo called "Stiller". After, he tried out a modeling career in Italy. Eugenio then became interested in acting in 2005. He graduated CEA, a famous acting school in Mexico City, Mexico.

In 2006, his break through role was inRebelde, a Mexican telenovela, playing the part of Luciano. He then was cast in the hit teen series, Código Postal, playing the role of a blind man named Rafael.

His leading role was in the hit telenovela, Al Diablo Con Los Guapos where he played the main role of Alejandro Belmonte, a rebellious rich-boy who falls in love with Allison Lozz's character Milagros and together face many difficult obstacles in order for them to be together.

[edit] FilmographyEdit

[edit] TelenovelasEdit

Year Title Role
2005 Rebelde Luciano
2006 Código postal Rafael Rojas
2007 Al Diablo con los Guapos Alejandro Miranda Arango

Ranchos Del Mexico

Alberto de la Serna

[edit] Other TV ShowsEdit

  • "Es de Noche y ya Llegue" melavachu himself / guest show (October 2009)
  • "Don Francisco Presenta" as himself / guest show (October 2009)
  • "Verdades y Mentiras" as guest show (2008)
  • "Premios TVyNovelas" as co-host (2008)
  • "Don Francisco Presenta" as himself / guest show (September 2008)
  • "Los 5 Magnificos" as himself (2007)

[edit] MusicEdit

  • He formed part of the Musical Group "Klishe" from 1998 to 2001.

It consisted of 4 guys including his brother Edmundo Siller.

[edit] DiscographyEdit

1. Con Devocion. They participated on the OTI Festival with this CD. The Heraldo de Mexico recognized them as 'Youth Group of the Year'. Two singles were released on Mexican radio: a. Dame de ti b. Devocion

2. Amor Violento, released on February 2000 It consisted of 14 songs written and produced by Marco Flores

[edit] External linksEdit

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