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Alejandro Piriz is a versatile man. This collectivero from southern Buenos Aires is also an actor and knew how to be a footballer, model and stripper.
An extensive, varied and, above all, surprising curriculum. Alejandro Piriz is perhaps the most peculiar collectivero of all those who travel the streets of Buenos Aires . He arrived from Uruguay a year ago and settled in Lomas de Zamora , in the south zone. In addition to collectivero , he has extensive experience: he was a stripper, model, footballer, and also an actor.
What distinguishes it, too, is the way he treats each passenger who climbs his internal line 543: Alejandro receives them with a smile, greets them and makes his day a little better. Many recognize it: “Aren't you the one in the film?”, they ask him. And yes, it's the one in the film. He participated in the parody Porno para beginners , a Uruguayan-Argentinean production premiered in early October. She embodied Afro-Uruguayan nurse Obdulio.
But before this, Alejandro Piriz had another passion: football . He was a skilled midfielder. It all started in Paso de la Arena , the neighborhood of Montevideo that has former President Pepe Mujica as its neighbor. There he played in the clubs Covicema, El Sauce and Hurricane. Then it went to the lower ones of Cerro and to the upper callithea campuses of Greece and Florida of Uruguay.
The collectivero also dabbed as a model . At the age of 14 he was taken by his mother to a test and was chosen for an advertising of soft drinks and a brand of chocolates from Uruguay. Over time, he also had his passage through a particular trade: that of stripper . He was dedicated to this both in Uruguay and Argentina.
While he runs his collective , he is confident waiting for a call to perform in film, television or theater. Who knows: Maybe we're lucky enough to see you deploy your actoral dowry for these payments.
Publication Date: 01/12/2019
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