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William Valdes


Renowned for using Ora Santisteban in the first season from the Nickelodeon Latin America series Grachi, he’s also recognized for his function in episodes from the American-produced Spanish language cleaning soap operas El Rostro de la Venganza and Voltea Pa’Que Te Enamores. During his youth years, he educated at Cuba’s Country wide Circus College. Also a documenting musician, he released his debut one, “#Mas,” in 2015, and he once was a member from the music group CD9. He’s popular on social media marketing, with over 550,000 Instagram supporters and a lot more than 120,000 Twitter supporters. He was created and elevated in Havana, Cuba, and he relocated to Miami, Florida, U.S.A. in his past due teenagers. He was highlighted along with Jesus Alberto Miranda Perez (a.k.a. “Chino”) and Miguel Ignacio Mendoza (“Nacho”) in the musician Estephy’s 2013 “Dime si Tu” music video.

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Full Name William Valdés
Date Of Birth January 10, 1994
Place Of Birth Havana, Cuba
Height 1.75 m
Profession TV Actor
Nationality Cuban
Parents Julia López
Music Groups CD9
Nominations Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Morning Program in Spanish
TV Shows ¡Despierta América!
Star Sign Capricorn

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Voltea Pa'Que Te Enamores2014TV SeriesGerardo Ramos
El Rostro de la Venganza2012TV SeriesMiguel Ángel Samaniego
Grachi2011TV SeriesSibilo 'Ora' Santisteban



Hablémonos2012Video shortHimself - Guest
World Campaign in Support of Ibero-American Cinema2011Video shortHimself

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