Martina Stoessel

Martina "Tini" Stoessel and Pepe Barroso Jr. Sighted in Madrid on October 6, 2016

Stoessel in 2016, photo by Prphotos

Birth Name: Martina Alejandra Stoessel Muzlera

Place of Birth: Buenos Aires, Argentina

Date of Birth: 21 March, 1997

Ethnicity: Argentinian [Spanish, German, Italian, Swiss-German, French, possibly other]

Martina Stoessel is an Argentinian actress, model, singer, and dancer. She starred in Violetta, an Argentinian telenovela aired by Disney Channel Latin America.

Martina is the daughter of Mariana Muzlera and television producer and director Alejandro Stoessel. The surname Stoessel is of Alsatian German origin. A picture of Martina’s parents can be seen here.

Martina’s paternal grandfather was Rodolfo Stoessel (the son of Rodolfo Stoessel and Luciana Farina). Martina’s great-grandfather Rodolfo was born in Santa Fe, the son of Rodolfo Stoessel, who was born in Bern, Switzerland, to a German father, Jean Stoessel, from Neuenburg, and a Swiss mother, Clara Bender, from Schönenbuch; and of Maida Dagassan, who was from Monheurt, France. Luciana was born in Argentina, the daughter of Italian parents, Claudio Farina and Esilia Cremonesi.

Martina’s paternal grandmother was Maria Luisa Victoria Benítez (the daughter of parents surnamed Benítez Haurigot and González Álvarez). Maria Luisa’s paternal grandparents were Miguel Eusebio Benítez García and María Luisa Haurigot Unsein. Maria Luisa’s maternal grandparents were Antonio González and Victoria Álvarez.

Source: Genealogy of Martina Stoessel (focusing on her father’s side) –

9 Responses

  1. Aiden says:

    She is obviously white, she looks Italian and Spanish

  2. Roli17 says:

    Why is that, phenotype wise she looks fully white to me, if she has native american is not expressed in her appearance

  3. antonkessler says:

    from her father side, she is Spanish, Swiss-German and French and from her mother side, she is Spanish and possibly other.

  4. andrew says:

    can you note that she’s known to play the main role in “Violetta”, a popular Argentine telenovela realeased by Disney Channel Latin America.

  5. andrew says:

    I would change to:

    Argentinian (Spanish, German, possibly other)

    Muzlera is Spanish surname.

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