Argentine actors who were born in 1963

Here are 6 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1963:

Diego Peretti

Diego Peretti (February 25, 1963 Balvanera-) also known as Diego Aldo Peretti is an Argentine actor and screenwriter. His child is called Mora Peretti.

Peretti studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York City before beginning his acting career in Argentina in the mid-1980s. He gained recognition for his role in the television series Los Simuladores, which aired from 2002 to 2004. Some of his notable film roles include characters in The Secret in Their Eyes (2009) and Chinese Take-Out (2011). In addition to his acting work, Peretti has also written screenplays, including for the film No Kids (2015), in which he also starred. Peretti has been awarded numerous accolades for his acting, including several Martín Fierro Awards and an Argentine Academy Award.

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Pablo Bardauil

Pablo Bardauil (December 23, 1963 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine screenwriter, film director and actor.

He is best known for his work on the films "El Aura" (2005) and "The Secret in Their Eyes" (2009), both directed by his frequent collaborator, Juan José Campanella. Bardauil began his career in the entertainment industry in the 1980s as an actor, appearing in numerous Argentine television shows and films. In the 1990s, he transitioned to screenwriting and made his directorial debut in 2005 with "El Aura." Since then, he has continued to write and direct, as well as act in films and television. Bardauil is highly regarded in the Argentine film industry and has received several awards and nominations for his work.

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Gaspar Noé

Gaspar Noé (December 27, 1963 Buenos Aires-) also known as Gaspar or Gaspard Noé is an Argentine film director, screenwriter, film editor, actor, cinematographer and film producer.

Noé is known for his controversial and often disturbing films, such as "Irreversible", "Enter the Void", and "Love". He began his career as a cinematographer, working on films such as "I Stand Alone" and "Seul contre tous" by French director Gaspar Noé. In 2002, he directed "Irreversible", which became notorious for its graphic depiction of sexual violence. He continued to create boundary-pushing films with "Enter the Void", a psychedelic exploration of the afterlife, and "Love", which featured unsimulated sex scenes.

Noé's films have been praised for their bold visuals and innovative use of cinematic techniques, as well as their challenging subject matter. His work has been shown at major film festivals such as Cannes and Venice, and he has been a jury member at the Sundance Film Festival. Despite the controversy surrounding his films, Noé maintains a dedicated following of fans and continues to push the boundaries of cinema.

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Juan Chioran

Juan Chioran (June 18, 1963 Albert-) otherwise known as Juan Chiorian or Juan Chorian is an Argentine actor.

He is best known for his work in the theatre and has acted in productions both in Argentina and Canada. Chioran has also acted in films such as "The Art of Woo" and "The Tuxedo". In addition to his work as an actor, Chioran has also lent his voice to various animated shows and movies, including the popular children's show "Arthur". He has won several awards for his work in acting, including a Dora Mavor Moore Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role.

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Fito Páez

Fito Páez (March 13, 1963 Rosario-) also known as Fito Paez, Rodolfo Páez Ávalos, Rodolfo Fito Páez Ávalos, Rodolfo Páez or Fito is an Argentine singer-songwriter, film director, pianist, lyricist, musician, film score composer and actor. He has two children, Margarita Páez and Martín Páez.

Fito Páez is considered one of the most prominent artists of the Argentine rock scene. He started his music career in the early 80s with his first album "Del 63" and gained recognition with his second album "Giros" in 1985, which featured hit songs such as "La La La" and "Yo vengo a ofrecer mi corazón".

Throughout his career, he has released over 20 albums and collaborated with various renowned artists such as Charly García, Luis Alberto Spinetta, Joaquín Sabina, and Shakira. His music combines rock, pop, and folk elements with strong poetic lyrics that reflect his personal experiences and the socio-political context of Argentina at different times.

Apart from his music career, Fito Páez has also developed a successful career in film. He has directed several films including "Vidas Privadas" and "De Quién es el Portaligas?" as well as composed music for numerous films and TV shows.

In recognition of his contributions to music and culture, Fito Páez has received various awards and honors including the Konex Award in 1985, 1995, and 2005, and the Latin Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album in 2019 for his album "La Conquista del Espacio".

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Carlos Belloso

Carlos Belloso (April 5, 1963 Vicente López-) is an Argentine actor. His children are called Bruno Belloso and Romina Belloso.

Belloso began his acting career in the early 1990s, with his breakthrough role coming in 1996 in the Argentine television series "Verdad consecuencia". He has since appeared in numerous films and television shows, including the popular series "Los Simuladores" and "Son amores". Belloso has also worked as a theatre actor, participating in several productions such as "La perversa" and "La pesca". He has been recognized for his acting abilities, earning multiple awards such as a Martín Fierro Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. In addition to acting, Belloso is involved in political activism, advocating for increased funding and resources for public schools in Argentina.

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