Argentine actors who were born in 1945

Here are 7 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1945:

Cástulo Guerra

Cástulo Guerra (August 24, 1945 Córdoba-) also known as Cástulo Guerra, Pericles or Castulo Guerra is an Argentine actor. His children are called Clarity Guerra and Ian Guerra.

Guerra started his career in theater, working with the prestigious Argentine independent theater group, Grupo de teatro de Buenos Aires. He then moved to the United States and started appearing in films and television shows. Some of his notable film credits include "The Usual Suspects," "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," and "A Walk in the Clouds." On television, Guerra has appeared on popular shows such as "Seinfeld," "The X-Files," and "Breaking Bad."

In addition to his acting work, Guerra is also a playwright, director, and producer. He has written and directed numerous plays, including the award-winning "La Ruta" and "El Bolero fue mi Ruina." Guerra has also produced several films and served as a consultant for the American Film Institute.

Guerra has been recognized for his work in the entertainment industry, receiving awards such as the Nosotros Golden Eagle Award and the ACE Award for Best Actor. He also serves on the board of directors for the non-profit organization, R.Evolución Latina, which focuses on empowering Latino youth through the arts.

Lorenzo Quinteros

Lorenzo Quinteros (June 14, 1945 Monte Buey-) is an Argentine actor. His child is called Hilario Quinteros.

Lorenzo Quinteros began his acting career in the late 60s, and over the course of his career, he has become one of the most respected actors in Argentina. He is particularly known for his work in theatre, where he has won numerous awards for his performances.

Aside from his work in theatre, Quinteros has also appeared in a number of films and television shows. He made his film debut in 1971 in the film "La Hora de Los Hornos," and has since gone on to appear in many other films such as "La Patagonia Rebelde" and "The Official Story."

In addition to his acting work, Quinteros is also a director and has directed several plays in Argentina. He is widely regarded as one of the most influential figures in Argentine theatre and has had a profound impact on the development of the country's theatrical scene.

Throughout his long and illustrious career, Lorenzo Quinteros has received numerous accolades and awards for his work. He is considered to be one of the most important cultural figures in Argentina and is admired by many for his talent and dedication to his craft.

Salo Pasik

Salo Pasik (September 11, 1945 Buenos Aires-) otherwise known as Salomon Pasik is an Argentine actor.

He started his acting career in Argentina in the 1960s where he achieved great success, participating in numerous films, television programs and theatrical productions. In the 1970s he moved to Spain, where he continued to work in film and television, achieving international recognition for his roles in films such as "The Holy Innocents" (1984) and "Lorca, muerte de un poeta" (1987).

In addition to his acting career, Pasik is also known for his activism in Jewish and human rights causes. He has tirelessly worked to bring awareness to the plight of Jewish people during the Holocaust and has been recognized for his efforts by numerous organizations and governments.

Throughout his career, Pasik has received several awards and nominations for his work in film and television, including the Best Actor Award at the San Sebastian International Film Festival in 1990 for his performance in "Ander eta Yul". He continues to act and work on social justice causes today.

Sandro de América

Sandro de América (August 19, 1945 Buenos Aires-January 4, 2010 Mendoza) also known as Roberto Julio Sánchez, Sandro, Sandro of America, Gitano, Sandro de America or de América, Sandro was an Argentine singer, musician and actor.

He was one of the most popular Latin American singers of the 1960s and 1970s, known for his unique voice, style, and charisma. He began his career singing rock and roll in the 1960s, and quickly gained fame with hits like "Quiero Llenarme de Ti" and "Tengo". Sandro was also a successful actor, appearing in several films and television shows throughout his career. He was an icon of Argentine culture, and his music continues to be celebrated and enjoyed to this day. Despite facing health challenges in his later years, Sandro remained active in the entertainment industry until his passing in 2010.

Juan Bautista Stagnaro

Juan Bautista Stagnaro (November 16, 1945 Mar del Plata-) also known as Juan Stagnaro, Elio Stagnaro or Juan B. Stagnaro is an Argentine screenwriter, film director, film producer and actor. He has one child, Bruno Stagnaro.

Stagnaro started his career as a filmmaker in the late 1960s, working in the Argentine film industry. He collaborated with fellow filmmakers like Fernando Ayala and Adolfo Aristarain before going on to direct his own films. Some of his notable works include "La Patagonia Rebelde" (1974), "Camila" (1984), and "Una sombra ya pronto serás" (1994).

In addition to his film work, Stagnaro has also written several books, including the novel "La Canción del Río" (1998) and the memoir "El Revólver de mi Padre" (2008). He has also taught film directing and screenwriting at the National University of La Plata.

Stagnaro's work has been recognized both nationally and internationally. He has received several awards for his films, including the Best Director award at the San Sebastian Film Festival for "Una sombra ya pronto serás" and the Golden Condor award from the Argentine Film Critics Association for "Pizza, Birra, Faso" (1998), a film he produced.

Hugo Astar

Hugo Astar (April 12, 1945 Buenos Aires-) also known as Carlos Hugo Aztarain is an Argentine actor.

He began his career in the 1960s, performing in theater productions, before transitioning to film and television work. Astar has appeared in numerous Argentine films and TV series, including "La Patagonia Rebelde," "Los Simuladores," and "Las Estrellas." He has been praised for his versatility as an actor, and has been nominated for several awards throughout his career. In addition to his acting work, Astar is also a respected acting coach and has taught at several theater schools throughout Argentina.

Pepe Cibrián Campoy

Pepe Cibrián Campoy (May 11, 1945 Buenos Aires-) also known as José Cibrián Jr., Pepe Cibrian, Pepe Cibrián Jr. or Pepito Cibrián is an Argentine actor.

In addition to his successful acting career, Pepe Cibrián Campoy is also a well-known theatre director, composer, and lyricist. He has written and directed numerous musicals, including "Dracula," "Peter Pan," and "Avenue Q" which have been highly praised by audiences and critics alike. Cibrián has received numerous awards for his work in the arts, including the prestigious Molière award for best musical in France. He is viewed as an influential figure in the Argentine arts scene and has also made significant contributions to the development of musical theatre in Latin America.

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