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Name  Pablo Mackenna
Role  Television presenter
Children  Rosa Emilia Mackenna

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Full Name  Pablo Mackenna Dorr
Born  May 30, 1969Santiago de Chile
Occupation  TV presenter, poet, writer
Spouse  Javiera Diaz de Valdes (m. 2006–2012)
People also search for  Javiera Diaz de Valdes, Raul Zurita, Rosa Emilia Mackenna

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Pablo Mackenna Dörr (born May 30, 1969 in Santiago), is a Chilean television presenter, writer and poet. He was a host of the Chilean version of television show CQC.


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Mackenna was born in Santiago, the son of the businessman Luis Fernando Mackenna Echaurren, of Irish descent and María Teresa Dörr Zegers, of German descent. Is the third of eight children. Studied at Colegio Tabancura school and later Economy at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and Philosophy at Heidelberg University, Germany. In 1994, Mackenna worked at the Santiago Stock Exchange (Bolsa de Comercio de Santiago).

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Joined his television career in 2002, hosting the Chilean version of the television show called CQC. After in 2007 was host of the TV show "La Liga" along with Rafael Cavada, Blanca Lewin and Roka Valbuena. In 2008 with the journalist Felipe Bianchi, Pablo animated a radio talk show named "Vueltas del Universo" by Radio Universo. And in 2009 was part of the reality show 1910 as the host with Raquel Argandoña.

Personal life

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In 2006, Pablo Mackenna married the actress Javiera Díaz de Valdés and in 2008 born their first child, Rosa. During 2009, they finished their relationship. In 2006 publicated his book "Cuarenta Noches".


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