Argentine actors who were born in 1950

Here are 6 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1950:

Miguel Ángel Solá

Miguel Ángel Solá (May 14, 1950 San Carlos de Bolívar-) a.k.a. Miguel Angel Sola is an Argentine actor. He has two children, Cayetana Solá and Maria Solá.

Miguel Ángel Solá began his acting career in the 1970s, performing in various theater productions before transitioning to film in the 1980s. He gained critical acclaim for his performances in several Argentine films, including "Camila" (1984), which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

In addition to his film work, Solá has also appeared in numerous television shows, both in Argentina and abroad. He is perhaps best known for his role in the telenovela "Vidas robadas" (2008-09), which earned him the Martín Fierro Award for Best Actor in a Daily Series.

Solá has also worked as a director, and has written and produced several films. He has been recognized for his contributions to Argentine culture, receiving numerous awards throughout his career, including the Konex Award in 1991 and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Argentine Actors Association in 2016.

Juan Carlos Colombo

Juan Carlos Colombo (November 7, 1950 San Juan Province, Argentina-) is an Argentine actor. He has two children, Felipe Colombo and Sol Colombo.

Juan Carlos Colombo began his career in the entertainment industry in the 1970s as a theater actor, and appeared in numerous plays throughout his career. He later transitioned to television and film, and is well-known for his roles in telenovelas, including "Mi Segunda Madre", "Carrusel de las Américas," and "La Fuerza del Destino" among others. Colombo has also acted in several films, such as "El Callejón de los Milagros" and "Bajo la Misma Piel". Apart from acting, he is also a voice actor, and has lent his voice for various animated films and series. In addition to his successful career on screen, Colombo is also known for being a producer, director and acting teacher. He has won several awards during his career, including a Silver Ariel for best supporting actor.

Raúl Giménez

Raúl Giménez (September 14, 1950 Santa Fe-February 25, 1994 Paris) also known as Raúl Gimenez, Raul Eduardo Gimenez, Raul Giminez, Raul Gimenez or Raúl was an Argentine actor and production designer.

He was the son of the tango singer José León Giménez and his wife Carmen Torres. Raúl began his career as a production designer and worked on several films including "La Patagonia rebelde" and "Últimos días de la víctima". Later he pursued acting, appearing in over 30 films including "The Tango Singer" and "The Dark Side of the Heart". He was known for his versatility and ability to play a wide range of characters. His talent and dedication to his craft were recognized with numerous acting awards throughout his career. In 1994, Raúl passed away in Paris at the age of 43. He remains one of Argentina's most respected actors and production designers.

Julio Arrieta

Julio Arrieta (November 7, 1950 Buenos Aires-July 6, 2011 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.

He began his acting career in the 1970s and starred in numerous television shows, films, and theater productions throughout his career. Arrieta was known for his versatility and ability to play a range of roles, from dramatic to comedic. He was also a well-respected theater director and served as the director of the Buenos Aires Municipal Theater from 2003 to 2007. In addition to his acting and directing career, Arrieta was a dedicated activist for human rights and social justice causes in Argentina. He passed away in 2011 at the age of 60, but his legacy as a talented actor and passionate advocate for social change lives on.

Ricardo Soulé

Ricardo Soulé (March 15, 1950 Quilmes-) is an Argentine actor and musician.

He is best known for being the founding member of the iconic Argentine prog rock band, Vox Dei. Ricardo began his career as a musician in the late 1960s and soon gained popularity with hit songs like "La Balsa" which became an anthem for the youth of his generation. In addition to his music career, Ricardo has also made appearances in various films, television shows, and theater productions. He is known for his versatility as an actor and has received critical acclaim for his performances. Throughout his illustrious career, Ricardo has won several awards for his contributions to music and acting. He continues to be actively involved in the entertainment industry and is regarded as a cultural icon in Argentina.

Martin Donovan

Martin Donovan (January 21, 1950 Buenos Aires-) also known as Carlos Enrique Valera Y Peralta-Ramos is an Argentine screenwriter, television producer, film producer, film director, television director and actor.

He grew up in Switzerland and attended college in Canada before moving to New York City to pursue acting. He has appeared in over 50 films and numerous television shows, including "Weeds," "Homeland," and "Big Little Lies." In addition to his acting career, Donovan has also written and directed several films, such as "Apartment Zero" and "Collaborator." He has been married to actress Vivian Lanko since 1984 and they have two children together.

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