Anderson Ballesteros - Anderson Ballesteros

Anderson Ballesteros
Personal information
Birth October 5, 1982 (38 years)
Colombia's flag Medellin , Antioquia , Colombia
nationality Colombian
Professional information
Occupation Film and television actor
Years active since 1999
Debut role The virgin of the hitmen
Debut year 1999 - Present

Anderson Ballesteros ( Medellin , 5 of October of 1982 ) is a Colombian actor who launched his career with the film The Lady of the Assassins in 1999, which unveiled the country. Later he worked on the character of "El Chili" in the series Escobar: el patron del mal .


At the time Anderson became known with the film La virgen de los sicarios where he obtained his fame and knowledge with the Colombian public; later on television in series such as Los protected and in Pandillas, Guerra y Paz II in the role of "Zarco" and Escobar, the patron of evil where he gave life to the dejected hitman John Jairo Arias "El Chili". He participated in the web series Blanca playing Cochise produced by Borsanilo Produtions, premiered in France for the Platform Studio + and Canal + [ 1 ] [ 2 ]



Year Title Character Canal
2017 Surviving Escobar, aka JJ Fernando Buitrago Alias ​​El loco Snail Television
2016 Blanca Cochise Studio+ / Borsalino Productions
Black widow 2 UniMas
2013-2014 My usual friends Montoya Canal 13
2012 Escobar, The patron of evil John Mario Ortiz "El Chili" Snail Television
2010 Rosario Scissors "Zero zero" RCN Television
2009 Gangs, War and Peace II Byron Aristizabal "Zarco"
2008-2009 The protected Ramiro


Year Title Character Notes
2020 Stage floor
2017 By the shadow Pablo
2016 The meeting of Guayaquil [ 3 ] Simon Bolivar
1999 The virgin of the hitmen Alexis Protagonist-Antagonist

Awards and nominations

India Catalina Awards

Year Category Soap opera or Series Outcome
2013 Best Supporting Actor in a Series Escobar, The patron of evil Nominated

Caracol Talent Awards

Year Category Soap opera or Series Outcome
2013 Best Actor Escobar, The patron of evil Winner


  1. "Blanca" . BORSALINO PRODUCTIONS (in fr-FR) . Retrieved September 1, 2020 .
  2. "Blanca" . myCANAL (in fr-FR) . Retrieved September 1, 2020 .
  3. ^ Bilbao, Horacio (July 7, 2016). « " The meeting in Guayaquil ": Dramas of historical fiction» . Bugle . Retrieved August 21, 2016 .

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