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Camila Raznovich was born from Argentine father of Russian origins (Jewish) and Italian mother (Catholic). She grew up in a hippie community in India with her parents. Her childhood is also characterized by a lot of journeys and by the melting pot of cultures that helped develop her strong and independent personality. From 1995 to 2000 she attended some of the most prestigious acting schools abroad such as HB Herbert Berghof in New York, the London Centre for Theatre Studies and the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Since 1995 she began to work for MTV. From "Hanging Out" to "Amour", from "Dial MTV" to "Select", from "Italian Hit List" to the very first edition of "MTV On The Beach", Camila Raznovich lead the shows that made the history of the channel. After so many years in front of the camera she also had success on Radio 105 and then Radio Network with "Camila bum bum”. In 1999 she became the testimonial of the brand Nescafé. On May  2001 she returned to MTV Italy and since then Camila became the undisputed star of the channel with "Loveline" a tv show about love and sex that saw her struggling with the most daring questions from the audience. She also hosted  "Drugline" a program made by three special episodes in the early evening dedicated to the doubts and questions of the young people about  the “drug-world”. She also is the protagonist of  "Girls' Night", all-female talk show in four episodes. In 2005 it was the turn of "True Line", the following year "Voice” a  four evenings-event on topical issues with a wide audience of young people called to interact with the guests.  In 2006 she hosted  "Relazioni pericolose" on LA7 and she published with great success the autobiography "I would do it again”. From the spring of 2008 Camila’s been hosting on RAI 3 the talk show "Tatami". Sne’s now hosting the show “Kilimangiaro” on Rai 3.

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