Argentine actors who were born in 1961

Here are 7 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1961:

Daniel Freire

Daniel Freire (December 29, 1961 Buenos Aires-) also known as Walter Daniel Freire Moreno is an Argentine actor.

He began studying acting in his native Buenos Aires in the early 80s and made his acting debut in the film "La Noche de los lápices" (1986). Freire gained national recognition in Argentina for his leading roles in the films "Pizza, Birra, Faso" (1998) and "Plata Quemada" (2000). He has also worked extensively in television, appearing in popular series such as "Los Simuladores" and "El marginal". In addition to acting, Freire is also a theatre director and producer. He has received numerous awards for his work, including a Silver Condor for Best Supporting Actor in "Felicidades" (2000) and a Martín Fierro Award for Best Leading Actor in a Daily Series for his performance in "Guapas" (2014).

Alejandro Awada

Alejandro Awada (December 7, 1961 Villa Ballester-) also known as Fabián Alejandro Awada is an Argentine actor and voice actor. He has one child, Naiara Awada.

Awada began his acting career in the 1980s and gained recognition for his work in the telenovela "Vulnerables". He has since appeared in numerous films and television series, including "Lost Embrace", which was nominated for the Best Foreign Film Oscar in 2005. Awada has also worked as a theater actor, performing in plays such as "The Pillowman" and "Art". In addition to his acting work, Awada is also a political activist and has supported various social causes in Argentina. He is the brother-in-law of former Argentine president, Mauricio Macri, and has often been vocal about his political differences with him.

Alejandro Agresti

Alejandro Agresti (June 2, 1961 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine film director, screenwriter, cinematographer, actor and film producer.

He began his career in Argentina, directing several successful films such as "The Lake" and "Valentin." In 2001, he moved to the United States and directed his first English-language film, "The House of the Spirits," based on the novel by Isabel Allende. Agresti went on to direct several other American films, including "Astronaut Farmer" and "The Lake House," which starred Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock. In addition to his work in film, Agresti has also directed television shows and commercials, and he has won numerous awards for his contributions to the film industry.

César Bordón

César Bordón (October 9, 1961 Buenos Aires-) also known as Cesar Bordon is an Argentine actor.

He has over 30 years of experience in theater, television and film. Bordón began his career in the early 1980s as a member of the theater company El Portón de Sánchez. He later participated in numerous popular television series such as "Patito Feo", "Los Simuladores" and "El Marginal". Bordón has also had notable film roles, including "Pizza, Birra, Faso" (1998), "El aura" (2005) and "Tiempo de Valientes" (2005). In 2014, he won a Silver Condor award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "Metegol". In addition to acting, he has also directed plays and teaches drama at the University of Buenos Aires.

Juan Palomino

Juan Palomino (July 6, 1961 La Plata-) is an Argentine actor. His children are called Sofia Palomino, Aarón Palomino and Floriana Palomino.

He is best known for his roles in popular Argentine films such as "Pizza, Birra, Faso" (1998) and "Los Simuladores" (2002). Palomino began his acting career in the theater and has performed in various productions both nationally and internationally. In addition to acting, Palomino is known for his work as a director and writer. He has directed several plays and also co-wrote the screenplay for the film "El Otro Hermano" (2017). Throughout his career, Palomino has received critical acclaim and has won numerous awards for his performances.

Luis Gianneo

Luis Gianneo (June 11, 1961-) is an Argentine actor.

He was born in Córdoba and started his career in the early 1980s. He became well-known for his roles in several successful telenovelas and TV series in Argentina, such as "Jugate Conmigo," "Muñeca Brava," and "Los Simuladores." Gianneo is also a stage actor and has participated in numerous theater productions throughout his career. In addition to his work as an actor, he has also dabbled in directing, having directed episodes of the TV series "Los Simuladores." Gianneo has won several awards for his acting, including a Martín Fierro Award for Best Actor in a Daily Comedy for his role in "Tres Tristezas" in 2004.

Pablo Rosso

Pablo Rosso (April 22, 1961 Córdoba-) is an Argentine cinematographer and actor.

He started his career as a cinematographer in the Argentine film industry in the late 1980s, and quickly gained recognition for his expertise in lighting and camera work. Rosso has worked on a number of major Argentine films, including "Son of the Bride" (2001), "The Secret in Their Eyes" (2009), and "Wild Tales" (2014), all of which were nominated for Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.

In addition to his work behind the camera, Rosso has also acted in several films and television shows, including the Argentine series "Los Simuladores" and the films "The Motorcycle Diaries" (2004) and "The Aura" (2005). He is known for his versatility as a performer, and has often played complex and challenging roles.

Rosso has received numerous awards and accolades throughout his career, including several Argentine Academy Awards for Best Cinematography. He is considered one of the most important figures in the Argentine film industry, and his work has been widely praised for its visual style and technical precision.

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