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Mia Maestro

Argentinian actress Mia Maestro made her film debut in Carlos Saura's Tango. Mia Masetro's subsequent features included three ensemble projects: Robert Dornhelm's The Venice Project, and Mike Figgis' Timecode and Hotel. The latter two works marked Mia Maestro's biography first collaborations with Salma Hayek, with whom she would again act in Julie Taymor's Academy Award-winning Frida and Mariano Barroso's Showtime telefilm In the Time Of Butterflies.



Ms. Maestro also starred opposite Andy Garcia in Joseph Sargent's HBO telefilm For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story. She recently joined ABC's hit espionage drama Alias as a series regular, starring opposite Jennifer Garner.

A detail in Mia Maestro’s biography includes that her first suitable acting run was a professional one, in a Carlo Goldoni commedia dell'arte, and by 1998 she secured the desirable role of Lulu in Wedekind's Pandora's Box at the San Martin Theater. For this Mia Maestro obtained an Ace Award for Best New Artist of the Year. Argentine actress Mia Maestro has accumulated a selection of extraordinary film credits since she made her screen debut in Carlos Saura's Tango, which received Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations.

An interesting fact about Mia Maestro's biography is that she ranked number 61 in Stuff magazine's 100 sexiest women of 2001, and ranked 67 in Maxim magazine's 100 sexiest women of 2001. Another interesting fact in Mia Maestro's biography is that she is trained to be a classical vocalist.