Nathalia Aragonese

Nathalia Aragonese Molina (born September 9, 1981 in Santiago) is a Chilean television, film, and theater actress[1] and theater director.[2] She is known for her roles in Volver a Amar (2014), La Doña (2011) and Esa No Soy Yo (2015).

Nathalia Aragonese
Nathalia Aragonese Molina

(1981-09-09) September 9, 1981
ChildrenMilagros (b. 2008)


She studied theater with Fernando González. She made her television debut in 2004 on the telenovela Hippie on Canal 13 where she made a small appearance, and then in 2005 on the show Gatas y tuercas.

In 2006, she was contracted by Televisión Nacional de Chile to play Maya Fritzenwalden in the Chilean television series Floribella.

She played Rocío Poblete in the 2008 Chilean remake of The Office called La ofis. She also played a role in Casados con hijos, the Chilean remake of Married... with Children.

In 2010 she played Pascuala in Manuel Rodríguez and starred in the television series La Doña.

She was in a music video for De Saloon in 2014.

She made her directorial debut in 2015 with La guerra del agua, a montage about the global crisis of water scarcity.[2]

In 2017, she starred in the movie Cabros de Mierda by director Gonzalo Justiniano.[3][4]

Personal life

She was a partner to actor Mario Horton, whom she met on the set of Floribella, from 2007 to 2011. They had a child together named Milagros in 2008.

Since 2012 she has been in a relationship with director Rodrigo Susarte.





  1. "Nathalia Aragonese y el éxito internacional de Cabros de Mierda". Mundo Películas. Retrieved August 25, 2018.
  2. "Nathalia Aragonese debuta en la dirección teatral con "La guerra del agua"". Cooperativa. November 16, 2015. Retrieved 25 August 2018.
  3. Farah, César; Fajardo, Marco (April 11, 2018). "Actriz de "Cabros de mierda": "el cine chileno es un bebé que está empezando a descubrir el mundo"" (in Spanish). El Mostrador. Retrieved 25 August 2018.
  4. Borunda, Stephen (September 29, 2017). "Fear's Stranglehold on the Mind: Gonzalo Justiniano's Cabros de Mierda". The Santiago Times. Retrieved 25 August 2018.
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