María Eugenia Suárez - Career


Suárez made her acting debut in the television series Rincón de Luz (2003), created by Cris Morena.

The year later, she had a small role in television series Floricienta, also created by Morena. Recurring roles in Amor Mío and Amo de Casa followed in 2005 and 2006.

In 2007, Suárez landed the role of Jazmín "Jaz" Romero in Morena's series Casi Ángeles, which achieved international success. She also became a member of successful music group Teen Angels, along with Casi Ángeles co–star Lali Espósito, Nico Riera, Gastón Dalmau and Peter Lanzani. In 2011, Eugenia left Teen Angels due to personal reasons and was replaced by castmate Rochi Igarzábal.

In 2011 enters the cast of Los unicos, the display of El Trece, starring opposite Mariano Martinez, Nicolas Cabre Nicolas Vazquez and Griselda Sciliani. It is part of the strip until 2012, in his second season. Later stars opposite Nicolas Pauls the miniseria of Cosmopolitan, 30 días juntos.

In 2013 returns to work in Pol-ka in the new comedy Solamente vos, with Adrian Suar, Natalia Oreiro and Lali Esposito.

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