Here are 7 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1930:
Alfredo Alcón (March 3, 1930 Liniers-April 11, 2014 Barrio Norte, Buenos Aires) also known as Alfredo Alcon, Alfredo Félix Alcón or Alfredo Félix Alcón Riesco was an Argentine actor.
He was considered one of the greatest actors in the history of Argentine cinema and theater. Alcón began his acting career on the stage in the 1950s, before transitioning to film in the 1960s. He starred in numerous popular Argentine films, including "La Patagonia Rebelde" and "Los Hijos de Fierro". Alcón was highly respected for his portrayals of complex characters and his ability to bring depth and nuance to his performances. In addition to his work in film and theater, he also worked in television, earning critical acclaim for his role in the series "Los Simuladores". Alcón received numerous awards for his work as an actor, including the Konex Award for Best Actor of the Decade in 1981. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 84.
Hector Bianciotti (March 18, 1930 Córdoba-June 12, 2012 Paris) also known as Héctor Bianciotti, Hector Bianchoti or Héctor Bianchotti was an Argentine novelist, actor, journalist, literary critic and writer.
Bianciotti moved to Paris in 1955 and became a naturalized French citizen in 1981. He began his career in literature with the publication of his first novel, "La cible" in 1961. He went on to publish numerous novels, essays and literary critiques, many of which were translated into multiple languages. Bianciotti was a member of the jury for the Prix Goncourt, one of France's most prestigious literary awards. In addition to his writing career, he was also an accomplished actor and playwright, having worked with acclaimed directors such as Robert Bresson and Federico Fellini. He was awarded the Grand Prize for Literature by the Académie Française in 2001 for his body of work.
Salvador Sammaritano (July 23, 1930 Buenos Aires-September 11, 2008 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
He began his career in the 1950s, appearing in various theater productions, films, and television shows. Sammaritano became a well-known face in Argentine cinema, starring in numerous films throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Some of his most notable film roles include "Pasado en conflicto" (1963), "La Cita" (1969), and "El Santo de la espada" (1970).
In addition to his successful film career, Sammaritano also starred in several popular telenovelas such as "El amor tiene cara de mujer" and "Estrellita, esa pobre campesina". He was also a prolific theater actor, performing in numerous productions throughout his career.
Sammaritano was recognized for his contributions to Argentine cinema and television, receiving several awards and nominations throughout his career. He passed away in 2008 at the age of 78, leaving behind a legacy as one of Argentina's most beloved and talented performers.
Milo Quesada (April 16, 1930 Buenos Aires-December 12, 2012 Madrid) also known as Raúl García Alonso was an Argentine actor.
Quesada began his acting career in Argentina in the 1950s and later moved to Spain where he continued his successful career. He appeared in numerous films, including "El sur" (1983), "La casa de Bernarda Alba" (1987) and "Tango" (1998). Quesada was also a renowned stage actor and performed in many theatrical productions in Argentina and Spain. He was awarded the National Theater Prize in Spain in 2003 in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the performing arts. Quesada was highly respected among his peers and is regarded as one of the most talented actors of his generation.
Alejandro Rey (February 8, 1930 Buenos Aires-May 21, 1987 Los Angeles) was an Argentine actor and television director. He had one child, Brandon Rey.
Rey began his acting career in the late 1950s, appearing in numerous films and television shows throughout the 1960s and 1970s. He was best known for his role on the hit television series "The Flying Nun" as Carlos Ramirez, a role which he played from 1967-1970. In addition to acting, Rey also worked as a television director, directing episodes of various shows including "Police Woman" and "The Love Boat". He continued to act and direct throughout the 1980s until his untimely death in 1987 from lung cancer.
Jorge Barreiro (March 14, 1930 Buenos Aires-March 24, 2009 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
Barreiro began his acting career in the 1950s, and quickly gained popularity for his roles in theatre, film, and television. He was known for his versatility and range as an actor, portraying both comedic and dramatic characters throughout his career.
Barreiro appeared in over 70 films, including "Los chicos crecen" (1955), "La Valija" (1972), and "La Nona" (1979). He also acted in numerous TV series throughout the 1970s and 1980s, including "El Rafa" (1975) and "El Hombre Que Volvió De La Muerte" (1980).
In addition to his acting work, Barreiro was also a writer and director. He wrote several plays and directed a production of "Esperando la carroza" in 1979.
Barreiro continued to work in the entertainment industry until his death at age 79. He is remembered as a talented and respected actor in the Argentine film and theatre communities.
Alfredo Alaria (January 1, 1930 Buenos Aires-August 25, 1999 Buenos Aires) also known as Oscar Alfredo Alaria Paula, Oscar Alfredo Alaria de Paula or A. Alaria was an Argentine actor, dancer and choreographer.
He began his career in the 1950s, performing in many popular Argentine films and theater productions. Alaria was particularly known for his choreography work in numerous theatrical productions and his dance performances in films such as "Caravan (1957)" and "Private Lives (1961)". During the 1960s, he made a name for himself as an innovative choreographer, introducing contemporary dance movements into traditional tango and folklore dances. In addition, he co-produced plays with well-known playwrights like Eduardo Pavlovsky and Juan Miguel Cane. Towards the end of his career, he became a respected acting teacher and mentor to many young actors in Argentina. Alaria passed away on August 25, 1999, leaving behind a rich legacy in Argentine film, theater, and dance.