Here are 5 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1949:
Martin von Haselberg (January 20, 1949 Buenos Aires-) also known as Martin Rochus Sebastian von Haselberg, Harry Kipper or Martin Von Haselberg of The Kipper Kids is an Argentine actor and artist. His child is called Sophie von Haselberg.
Martin von Haselberg was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to a German father and a Spanish mother. He grew up between Argentina, Germany, and the United States. He studied at the University of California, San Diego, where he met his longtime collaborator, Brian Routh. Together, they formed The Kipper Kids, a notorious performance art duo known for their outrageous and unpredictable acts.
Martin von Haselberg has also had a successful career as an actor. He appeared in films such as "The Legend of Tarzan" (2016) and "The Bank Job" (2008), as well as television shows like "NCIS" and "Monk". In 1984, he married singer and actress Bette Midler, with whom he has one daughter, Sophie von Haselberg, who is also an actress.
In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Martin von Haselberg is a talented artist. He has exhibited his paintings, sculptures, and drawings in galleries and museums around the world. He currently lives and works in New York City.
Martin von Haselberg, along with his longtime collaborator Brian Routh, performed as The Kipper Kids from 1970 to 2006. The duo was known for their unconventional, often grotesque performances that challenged traditional notions of art and entertainment. They performed at venues such as the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the New Museum in New York City, and their work was included in the 1985 Venice Biennale.
Outside of his work with The Kipper Kids, Martin von Haselberg has had a successful career as an actor. He has appeared in several films and television shows, including "The Jerky Boys" (1995) and "Adventures in Wonderland" (1991-1995). He has also acted in several stage productions, such as "Fiddler on the Roof" and "The Threepenny Opera."
In addition to his artistic pursuits, Martin von Haselberg is an avid philanthropist. He and his wife Bette Midler have donated millions of dollars to various causes, including environmental conservation, education, and the arts. They founded the New York Restoration Project, a non-profit organization focused on revitalizing and restoring neglected public parks and gardens in New York City.
Pablo Brichta (December 30, 1949 Argentina-) is an Argentine actor.
He is best known for his work in Argentine theatre and television, having starred in numerous productions over the years. Brichta's career began in the 1970s when he appeared in several popular telenovelas. He later moved onto theatre, performing in plays such as "La Casa de Bernarda Alba" and "El Amante". In addition to acting, Brichta has also worked as a director and producer. He has received numerous awards throughout his career, including the prestigious "ACE" award for his performance in "Santos y pecadores". Despite his success in Argentina, Brichta remains relatively unknown internationally. He continues to act and work in the theatre industry to this day.
Brichta was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and grew up in a family of actors. His parents were both well-known theatre performers, which inspired him to pursue a career in acting. Brichta received his education at the National School of Drama in Buenos Aires, where he honed his skills in theatre and acting.
In addition to his work in theatre and television, Brichta has also appeared in several films throughout his career. He made his film debut in the late 1970s and has since appeared in numerous Argentine films, including "El hijo de la novia" and "El Aura". His performance in "El hijo de la novia" earned him critical acclaim and several award nominations, further solidifying his status as one of Argentina's top actors.
Brichta is also known for his charitable work and activism. He has been a vocal advocate for human rights and social justice, using his platform as a performer to raise awareness and support for various causes. He has worked with several non-profit organizations and has been recognized for his humanitarian efforts.
Despite his busy schedule, Brichta has always made time for his family. He is married and has several children, who have also followed in his footsteps and pursued careers in the arts.
Jairo (June 16, 1949 Cruz del Eje-) also known as Mario González, Mario Rubén Marito González or Mario Rubén González is an Argentine actor and singer. He has four children, Iván González, Yako González, Mario González and Lucia González.
Jairo began his music career in the 1970s and gained recognition for his unique style blending elements of folk, rock, and tango music. He is a prolific artist and has released over 40 albums throughout his career. In addition to his music career, Jairo has also acted in several films and television series in Argentina, including a prominent role in the film version of the tango opera "María de Buenos Aires." He has won several awards for his contributions to music and the arts, including the prestigious Konex Award for Best Male Singer of the decade in 1985. Today, Jairo's music continues to inspire and captivate audiences around the world.
Jairo, born Mario Rubén González, was raised in a family of musicians in Cruz del Eje, Argentina. His father was a guitarist and his mother was a singer, and they both encouraged Jairo to pursue music from a young age. He began playing guitar and singing in local bars and cafes, and eventually moved to Buenos Aires to further his career.
In the early 1970s, Jairo gained national recognition for his unique blend of folk, rock, and tango music. He released a series of successful albums, including "Jairo," "Lindas Criaturas," and "Jairo Canta a Benedetti," which showcased his powerful voice and poetic lyrics.
In addition to his music career, Jairo also acted in several films and television series in Argentina. He starred in the film version of the tango opera "María de Buenos Aires," and also appeared in "Esperando la Carroza" and "Los Enamorados."
Jairo has received numerous honors for his contributions to music and the arts, including the Konex Award for Best Male Singer of the decade in 1985. He has also been recognized for his activism and support of human rights causes, particularly during Argentina's Dirty War in the 1970s and 80s.
Despite his success, Jairo has remained humble and dedicated to his craft. He continues to tour and perform around the world, sharing his music and inspiring new generations of fans.
Norberto Trujillo (April 10, 1949 Argentina-) is an Argentine actor.
He began his career in the 1970s, appearing in various television shows and films. Trujillo is best known for his role in the film "La Historia Oficial" which won the 1985 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. He has since appeared in numerous Argentine films and television shows, as well as international productions. In addition to his acting career, Trujillo is also known for his work in the theater, having appeared in several acclaimed productions in Buenos Aires. Throughout his career, he has been praised for his versatility and ability to portray a wide range of characters.
Trujillo was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and grew up in a family of artists. His parents were both actors and his siblings also pursued careers in the arts. Trujillo initially studied architecture, but he later decided to follow in his family's footsteps and pursue acting. He started his career in theater and later transitioned to television and film.
Apart from his work in acting, Trujillo has also been involved in social and political activism. He has been outspoken about human rights issues and has been involved in several campaigns against discrimination.
Trujillo has received many accolades throughout his career. In addition to winning the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, he has also won numerous awards for his performances in Argentine films and television shows. He was honored with the Konex Award for Visual Arts in 1981 and the ACE Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Play in 2016.
Despite his success, Trujillo remains grounded and dedicated to his craft. He continues to act in film, television, and theater, and is known for his passion and commitment to the art of acting.
Oscar Martínez (August 3, 1949 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. Óscar Martínez is an Argentine actor, theatre director and writer. He has one child, Manuela Martínez.
Oscar Martínez began his career as a theatre actor in the early 1970s. He has since appeared in numerous stage productions, both as an actor and director, including productions of Shakespeare's plays and Argentine classics. In the 1980s he began working in film, and has become one of Argentina's most respected actors, having appeared in over 50 films. He won a Best Actor award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2019 for his performance in the film "Dolor y Gloria" (Pain and Glory) directed by Pedro Almodóvar. In addition to his work in theatre and film, Martínez has also written various plays and essays on theatre. He is known for his deep, expressive voice and his ability to portray complex characters with nuanced performances.
Martínez has also been honored for his contributions to the arts. In 2004, he was named a Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters by the French government. He was also awarded the Konex Award, one of the most prestigious cultural awards in Argentina, for his work in theatre in 1981 and 1991. Outside of acting, Martínez is known to be an avid reader and writer. He has published several books, including a memoir titled "Historias de Diván" (Stories from the Couch), which was turned into a successful TV series in Argentina. Despite his success, Martínez has remained grounded and humble, and continues to work tirelessly in the theatre and film industry, both in Argentina and abroad.