An actress from San Vicente stars in a sci-fi series with a quirky style and great guests

Daniela is 31 years old and has lived in San Vicente for ten years, where she came because of her husband, with whom she has a daughter. He trained in theater with local playwright Lucas Obregón. She loves dubbing and has participated in translating many cartoons. “I've done a little bit of everything. Animation, indie animation, film characters. There's been a boom in exposure to the field of dubbing in recent years, and a lot of people are starting to get into it,” he said, adding that he has also done “acting” (dressing up as characters fictional) as a hobby on several occasions.

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The actress from San Vicente stars in the new series.

Another aspect he explores is the gaming aspect. She is fond of experimenting with video games and commenting on the latest developments in this world on the program “Momento Freak” hosted by “Santiaguito” Cúneo, the son of the journalist of the same name. “It's something I do as a hobby. I'm interested in indie games in development,” he says.

Cuneo Junior, who has already directed two films and a series, is responsible for Cambalache 3442, an independent production that represents for Daniela her first experience as an actress in front of the camera. It is a series of 9 episodes, ranging in length from 30 to 40 minutes, and is in the final stage of post-production and seeks to be marketed on platforms.

What is Cambalache 3442 about?

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San Vicente actress Daniela Villegas says the “Campalache 3442” project aims to be, in a strange tone, a tribute to “90s sci-fi series,” such as Star Trek. He has a long and crazy string of special guests, such as entertainment journalist Luis Ventura, former soccer player Rolando “El Flaco” Schiavi, technology journalist Federico Weimayer, and actors like Carlos Peluso, Attilio Veronelli, and Chan Sun King (“El Chino of Los Simuladores”). And Damian Di Santo. As well as the bands Arbol and Los Parraleños. They were all really excited about the project and wanted to get involved. The icing on the cake was the performance of 66-year-old American actress Nana Visitor, who played Keira Nerys in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and who signed up for Cambalache.

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“The project originated with Santiagoito with the idea of ​​narrating the adventure of Argentines in a spaceship. There are 200 Argentines sailing through space in search of a crucial item to save humanity. “Argentina will participate in this search by lottery, so no one respects us, but ultimately we hope,” he explains. “The only one for humanity.”

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