Birth name Maria Cristina Alberici
Birth May 24, 1946
María Cristina Alberici (Buenos Aires, May 24, 1946) is an Argentine actress and singer, better known by her stage name Cristina Alberó. She became famous in the late 1970s for her performance on soap operas and has worked in dozens of television series since then.
She began as a singer in television cycles and won an International Song Festival in Peru. She initially became famous in the late 1970s for her performance in telenovelas, and she won the Estrella de Mar Award for Leading Actress in a Dramatic Comedy for her work on Casa Valentina.
On television she began as a solo singer -with her name, Cristina- she starred in the teleteatro Mini, el ángel del barrio, broadcast by Channel 11. In 1971 she acted in the telenovela Una luz en la ciudad, starring Gabriela Gili. Later, she participated in other television fictions such as Amar al ladrón, Ayer fue cuarteador lie.
In 1979 she gained popularity by playing the Guardian Angel of the character played by Andrea del Boca in Andrea Celeste. In 1980 she starred with Antonio Grimau in the soap opera Trap for a Dreamer. Given the excellent repercussion of the couple in public, the following year, the duo reappeared in another soap opera; I want to scream your name, then in 1982, she starred with Pablo Alarcón in the telenovela Llevame Contigo. Years later, she returned to star in two soap operas: Living is Not a Game and I Refuse to lose you.
She stood out as a comedian in the comedies of Dario Vittori during the 1980s, mainly in El Gordo y el Flaco, where she worked alongside Juan Carlos Mesa and Gianni Lunadei.
In the following decade, she participated in the soap operas Those who say they love each other (1993), Open your eyes (2003), a -a novel starring Romina Yan-, Se Dice Amor (2006) and Valentino, the Argentine (2008).
In 2010, she recorded participation in the successful telenovela Malparida.3 In 2011, she was part of the Uruguayan youth fiction Dance!. In 2012-2013 she was part of the Argentine telenovela Mi amor, mi amor.
In 2015 she was part of the Argentine miniseries Signos. In the latest soap operas, she gave life to several villains.