Here are 5 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1958:
Eduardo Blanco (February 28, 1958 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine actor.
He started his career in the theater, performing in various plays in Argentina. In 1984, he made his screen debut in the film "Los invitados". Blanco is a highly-respected actor in Argentina and has received numerous awards for his performances. He is often recognized for his roles in movies such as "El Abrazo Partido" (2004) and "No sos vos, soy yo" (2004). He has also made appearances in popular television shows including "Sos mi vida" and "Los Simuladores". In addition to his acting career, Blanco is also a director and screenwriter.
Luis Pescetti (January 15, 1958-) is an Argentine novelist, essayist, musician and actor.
He was born in San Jorge, Santa Fe, Argentina and started playing music at a young age. Pescetti is known for using humor and storytelling in his works, which are aimed at both adults and children. He has published numerous books, including the popular children's book series "Natacha" and "Pablo Diablo". Pescetti has also recorded several albums of music and performed as an actor in both film and theater. In addition, he has worked as a radio host and television presenter. He is considered one of the most important cultural figures of Argentina, and his work has been widely recognized and awarded both nationally and internationally.
Jorge Noya (May 23, 1958 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine actor.
He began his acting career at the age of seven in the movie "Los Isleros" and continued to work in film and television in Argentina. He gained international recognition for his role as a young Che Guevara in "The Motorcycle Diaries" in 2004. In addition to acting, Noya is also a voice actor and has dubbed characters in animated films such as "The Lion King" and "The Little Mermaid" in Spanish. He has also worked as a theater director and producer. Noya continues to work in the entertainment industry today, and is considered one of the most recognizable actors in Argentina.
Mario Dragunsky (December 22, 1958 La Plata-) is an Argentine actor.
He began his acting career in the theater, where he played roles in various plays. Later, he moved to television and cinema, where he rose to fame for his outstanding performances. Dragunsky has acted in numerous successful TV series, films, and theater productions. One of his most notable roles is in the film "Gilda, no me arrepiento de este amor" (2016) where he played the character of Juan Carlos "Toti" Giménez, the husband of the famous Argentine singer Gilda. He has received several awards and nominations for his exceptional work in the entertainment industry. Besides acting, he is also known for his philanthropic work, including several donations to charity organizations in Argentina.
Andrés Di Tella (November 16, 1958 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. Andres di Tella is an Argentine film director, film producer, screenwriter and actor.
He is best known for his critically acclaimed documentaries that explore Argentina's complex history and society. Di Tella studied film at the University of Buenos Aires and later at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. He worked as a screenwriter for several Argentine TV shows and later became a producer for the TV channel Encuentro, where he created and directed several documentaries. In 1998, he directed his first feature film, "Monte Adentro," which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. He has since directed several other films, including "Prohibido," "Fotografías," and "327 Cuadernos." Di Tella has won numerous awards for his films, including the Best Documentary Award at the Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema and the Best Argentine Film at the Mar del Plata Film Festival.