Dominican actor acquires Dundas Square screens –

Santo Domingo: Eduardo Vasquez occupied the streets of his home country first, reaching the most commercial corner of Toronto, Canada. It’s Dundas Square, an area equivalent to Times Square in New York City.

The Dominican who has made the country proud several times, this time is doing so again, becoming the official face of a brand published in the elite and busiest area of ​​Toronto, Canada’s largest city.

He is a model, actor, and singer. He managed to develop with great success in all aspects of art, being the first Dominican model to participate in Fashion Week From Toronto.

Also the first Dominican to star in the Netflix series “The I-Land”.

It is now part of a communications campaign by CHFI 98.1, Canada’s most listenable broadcaster, and the show is at Dundas Square, The commercial corner in that country.

Campaigns published in Young Street They are the most important in Canada, being one of the main roads. In 2008, it was mentioned in the Guinness Book of Records as being the longest street in the world, with a length of 35 miles.

His artistic career

Vásquez shares that the most important moments in his life as an actor were his brilliance at the Amauri Sanchez Academy Musical Graduation ceremony in 2012, and being a part of the El Mago De Ozen Dominican Republic musical, which served as a launch pad for achieving your desired goal.

“I always dreamed of working with Maestro Amaury Sanchez, and it was an honor to be able to accomplish this goal. Then when I moved to Toronto, I was part of Team Zombies, the Disney Channel movie, and for me it was a dream come true.”

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With over 15 commercials represented, this talent explains feeling grateful for the opportunity life gave him.

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