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When your positive action combined with positive thinking, results in success, this line has been very well proved by Ricardo Mario Darn Bas, better known by his stage name Chino Darn, who is an Argentine actor best known for his roles in Spanish and Argentinian television shows and films. In 2010, he made his screen debut in the series Alguien Que me Quiero.
Height / Weight / Age
Born on 1989-01-14, this handsome actor has turned 34 years old. He seems enough tall with his height which is 180 centimeters and he 5’11” in feet & inches.
He maintains himself very fit and healthy with the perfect weight measurement of 76 kg and 167 lbs. Moreover, he is very conscious about his physique and follows a regular and healthy diet in order to keep himself fit as a fiddle.
Chino Darin’s net worth is believed to be at $1 million, based on his work as an actor in films and television shows. In addition, the actor makes money through endorsing businesses and promoting their products on social media.
Education / Family
Chino was born and raised up in San Nicolás de Los, Arroyos, Argentina, and belongs to the white ethnicity. He is born to his father Ricardo Darin and his mother Florencia Bas. He has been grown up with his brother named Clara Darín Bas. As for his education, he didn’t reveal any information with regard to his educational qualifications.
|San Nicolás de los, Arroyos, Argentina
|Date of birth
|In feet & inches: 5’11”
In centimeters: 180 cm
|In kilograms: 76 kg
In pounds: 167 lbs
|San Nicolás de los, Arroyos, Argentina
|Clara Darín Bas
Career / Fashion and Style
Chino Darin made his acting debut in the Argentine series Someone who loves me, directed by Martin Saban and produced by Pol-ka Productions, in which he appeared with Andrea del Boca, Osvaldo Laport, and Miguel Ángel Rodríguez among others. A year later, in 2011, he had a cameo appearance as Dante in the comedy Los Nicos.
In 2012, he made his cinematic debut in En Fuera de Juego, an Argentine-Spanish film starring Diego Peretti and Fernando Tejero. In the same year, Pol-ka Productions calls him again, this time to join the final cast of The Only ones’ second season, where he played Marco Montacuarto.
In 2013, he was cast in the Channel 13th adaptation of the novel Farsantes, in which he played Julio Chávez’s son. Then, on ESPN, he was the conductor of Redes, with Muni Seligmann and Juan Marconi. He played actor Gómez “El Ganso,” a young homosexual police officer in the 1980s, in the film Death in Buenos Aires, which he acted in 2014.
In 2015, he appeared in the films Voley, directed by Martin Piroyansky, Passage of Life, directed by Diego Corsini, and Uno, an intimate narrative, directed by Gabriel Arregui. On television, he appeared as a guest star in Widows and Children of Rock and Roll, as well as in the cast of HBO’s The Hypnotist, starring Leonardo Sbaraglia.
In September 2015, he co-starred alongside Alejandro Awada in the Telefe television series Historia de un Clan, which was based on the actual tale of the Puccio family. He portrayed Alejandro Puccio in it.
Since April 2016, it has been a part of the Spanish television series The Embassy, which airs every Monday at 8 p.m. on Antena 3rd and has attracted over four million viewers in its first season.
On August 9th, 2018, the Argentine film “El angel” aired, which depicts the narrative of Carlos Eduardo Robledo Puch’s character Ramón. In 2019, he played Rodrigo Perlassi in La odisea de Los Giles.
Girlfriend, Affairs, Wife, and More
Currently, he is dating his beautiful girlfriend Ursula Corbero. The couple has been dating for nearly two years after meeting on the set of The Embassy in 2016, where they played Paco Cadenas and Carlos, respectively.
Prior to Ursula, he was in a committed relationship with his former girlfriend, fellow Argentine actress Calu Rivero. However, their romance did not last for a long time. After Rivero, he dated Maypi Delgado, a TV actress and model, and Magui Bravi, another actress.
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Some Interesting Facts About Chino Darin
- He loves to wear hats and considers them fashionable.
- He enjoys horse riding and horses are his favorite animal.
- He endorsed many famous brands such as Armani on his social media accounts.
- He is very fond of traveling and often visited Hong Kong with Úrsula Corberó.
- In 2013, he was cast in the Channel 13th adaptation of the novel Farsantes, in which he played Julio Chávez’s son.
- He is born with his real name of Ricardo Mario Darín Bas.