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Julián Elfenbein

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Origin  Santiago, Chile
Spouse  Daniela Kirberg (m. 2005)
Role  Journalist
Name  Julian Elfenbein
Years active  2000–present

Julian Elfenbein Julin Elfenbein se refiri a la muerte de Ricarte Soto
Birth name  Eduardo Julian Elfenbein Kaufmann
Occupation(s)  Television presenter, Radio presenter, Journalist
Similar People  Karen Doggenweiler, Jordi Castell Abusleme, Macarena Tondreau, Jose Miguel Vinuela, Felipe Camiroaga

Eduardo Julián Elfenbein Kaufmann better known as Julián Elfenbein (born in Santiago, Chile in July 24, 1972) is a Chilean journalist, radio broadcaster and television presenter.


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Julián Elfenbein Julin Elfenbein se despide en pantalla del Buenos Das a Todos LA

Julián Elfenbein studied journalism at the Universidad Diego Portales and upon graduation, had a long career in television programs most notably at Televisión Nacional de Chile (TVN), most notably with the entertainment program Pase lo que Pase, as comedian in Ponce Candidato and in Noche de Juegos.

In 2008, he became a co-presenter with Karen Doggenweiler on the reality show Tocando las estrellas (meaning No matter what happens) on Chile's Channel 13. After a break from TV for medical treatment, he returned to sign a deal with Chilevisión (CHV), with successful programs like Primer Plano, Allá tú, Fiebre de baile (Dance Fever), El Poder del 10 and Talento Chileno (Chliean Talent). In 2010, Televisión Nacional de Chile (TVN) announced that he would return to the network as host of the first-ever series of Chilean version Factor X of the international The X Factor, and host of Un minuto para ganar, the local version of Minute to Win It.

Television programs

Personal life

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Julián Elfenbein is a personality of Jewish descent. In mid-1996, Elfenbein suffered a car accident that killed his girlfriend Soledad Ariz. He lost his father in February 2010. In August 2010, a casual fall during filming of Acoso Textual, he had another serious health issue when he was diagnosed with a brain tumor that required urgent surgery. He has recovered with a return to television amid an outburst of great public support.

Elfenbein is married to Daniela Kirberg and is father of two children, Benjamin and Sarah.


  • In 2010, Julián Elfenbein won the "best TV presenter" award at the Premios Fotech 2010, with the program he presents Talento Chileno winning "Programme of the Year" at the same event.
  • References

    Julián Elfenbein Wikipedia

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