The four had previously worked together in Chiquititas and went on to form the band Erreway.
The band released three hit albums — Señales (Signs) in 2002, Tiempo (Time) in 2003 and Memoria in 2004, had three successful tours (Erreway en Grand Rex, Nuestro Tiempo (Our Time) and Gira (Tour) 2004), and released a film in 2004, 4 Caminos.
Felipe Colombo Eguía (born January 8, 1983 in Mexico City); is a Mexican-Argentine actor (of theater, films and television), singer, songwriter and musician. He is best known for portraying Felipe Mejía in Chiquititas, Manuel Aguirre in teenage television series Rebelde Way, Lucho Fierro in Son de Fierro and Bernardo Berlanga in Herederos de una venganza and as a member of Argentine band Erreway. Influenced by his parents, Colombo made his acting debut on the stage in 1989, at the age of 6.
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Colombo then co-starred with Angélica María in the 1994 soap opera Agujetas de color de rosa (Pink shoelaces), which was successful across Latin America and especially among Hispanic audiences in the United States.
He appeared as Carlitos in the 1995 film Cilantro y perejil (Cilantro & Parsley), and in 1996 had a role in an episode of Mujer, casos de la vida real (Woman, Real Life Cases), a show hosted by legendary Mexican actress Silvia Pinal.
The film was based on their Rebelde Way characters: Manuel, Pablo, Mía and Marizza.
The band split up soon after the release of their film and final album.
Chiquititas was a popular Argentine television series for children and young adults in Argentina.