Néstor Cantillana

Néstor Igor Cantillana (Born in Santiago de Chile, 1973) is a Chilean actor of a huge trajectory in theater, movies and TV. Cantillana's family practiced the evangelic religion and he grew up under that doctrine until 12 years old in Curicó. He used to play the piano in the local church. He studied in the theater academy of Fernando González. Since 1994 he has participated in theater work such as “Historia de la Sangre” (1995), “Calígula” (1998), “Hamlet” (2000) and “La Herencia” (2000). In 1995, Cantillana traveled to the Canadian city of Montreal with the play “Historia de la Sangre". The following year, 1996, he participated in the same play in Berlin, a city where he would return that same year with the play "La misión". In 1998, the actor would return to Germany to present the same play in Munich, Bonn and Stuttgart. In 1996, Néstor Cantillana received the award to the best actor for his role in the play “Despertar de Primavera”, presented in the third festival of "Nuevas Tendencias Teatrales".


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