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MIGUEL ANGEL SILVESTRE was destined to be a professional tennis player but a shoulder injury cut short his sporting career. After taking his first steps as a model, he began working as an actor in various theater productions and television series. It was precisely the television series "Sin tetas no hay paraiso" that catapulted him to fame. As well as earning him many awards, such as the Silver Fotogramas for the Best Television Actor, the Ondas Award for the Best Actor in national television fiction in 2008 or the Chameleon of Honor for the Best Television Newcomer in the ninth edition of the Festival of Islantilla, the character of "Duque" made Silvestre one of the most sought after actors on the national scene practically overnight.

Previously he had stood out for his work in "La distancia" (2006), by Inaki Dorronsoro, which earned him the A Future in Cinema award at the 22nd edition of Cinemajove and the Best Newcomer award at the Toulouse Festival. He also worked with Eduardo Chapero Jackson in "Verbo" (2011), with Mariano Barroso in "Lo mejor de Eva" (2012) and with Jose Luis Cuerda in "Todo es silencio" (2012) and he took part in the Italian production "L'imbroglio nel lenzuolo" (2008) by Alfonso Arau. He will shortly be seen in "Alacran enamorado" by Santiago Zannou.


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