Andrea Del Boca biography
Andrea del Boca (born October 18, 1965 in Buenos Aires) is a famous Argentine telenovela actress.
Del Boca made her television debut as a four year old in a television show hosted by Teresa Blasco. Later on, she starred in La Familia hoy Duerme en Casa. Del Boca then starred in Había una vez un Circo, with the famous Spanish clowns Gaby, Fofó and Miliky. But it was her participation in Papá Corazón that conquered the hearts of many Argentinian television viewers, as "Pinina". After that soap opera gave her major celebrity status, she moved on to film, starting to act in that genre, with "Había una vez un circo, "Andrea", Papá Corazón se Quiere Casar (Father Love Wants to Get Married), followed by Un Mundo de Amor (A World of Love),Días de Ilusión (Days of Illusion).
She cemented her status as Queen of the Telenovelas. Notable soap operas in which she acted include Estrellita Mía (1987), Celeste (1991) and Antonella, (1993). Both in Celeste and Antonella, she played opposite Gustavo Bermúdez.
Perhaps her most famous post-childhood soap opera is 1995's Perla Negra, where she starred alongside Argentine sex symbol Gabriel Corrado. This soap opera was another major hit nationwide, and, like many of her other soaps, it was also a major international hit. In a famous incident, del Boca suffered of a Lipotimia while taping one of the soap's episodes.
Andrea Del Boca also participated during 1995 in "Chiquititas" ("Tiny Angels").
In 2000, Del Boca became a mother, giving birth to daughter Anna, a product of her relationship with Ricardo Biasotti, with whom she broke up before giving birth. Before that, she had also had a relationship with Jeffrey A. Sachs.