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Germán Tripel
Full Name

Germán Tripel






January 15, 1980

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Actor, singer, dancer

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Rafa Palmer

Germán Tripel, (born January 15, 1980) is an Argentine actor, singer and dancer, best known for his role as Rafa Palmer on the Disney Channel Original Series Violetta. He also recorded a song called "Tienes el Talento" as Rafa Palmer for the series.

Life and Career

Germán was born in Argentina on January 15, 1980. He is an actor, singer and dancer. He has showed his interest in music and arts since he was very young. On November 11, 2011, he and Florencia Otero got married.

He is known for The Informers (2008), No hay 2 sin 3 (2004) and Popstars: Tu Show (2002). In 2008, he also portrayed Roger Davis in the Argentine production of Rent, alongside Pablo Sultani.

In 2012, he portrayed the character Rafa Palmer om the Disney Channel Original Latin American Series, Violetta. He also recorded a song for the series, called "Tienes El Talento" (Shout It Out).

He is currently in a dance band called "Flowertrip" with his wife, Florenica Otero. They usually dance tango.


  • His nickname is Tripa.
  • He has some tattoos.
  • He has a wife.
  • He is in a dance band that consists of him and his wife, Florencia Otero.
  • His band is called "Flowertrip".
  • He is a very good tango dancer.
  • He is an actor, singer and dancer.
  • His natural hair color is black.
  • He and Florencia Otero have been married since the 11th of November 2011.
  • The name Germán means "brotherly".
  • He plays Cato in Soy Luna

External Links


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To view the Germán Tripel gallery, click here.


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