Argentine actors who were born in 1965

Here are 5 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1965:

Daniel Gómez Rinaldi

Daniel Gómez Rinaldi (November 19, 1965-) is an Argentine journalist and actor. He has one child, João Ricardo Duarte Gomes.

Daniel Gómez Rinaldi started his career in journalism at a young age, working at various newspapers and publications in Buenos Aires. He gained recognition for his work as a columnist and commentator, covering politics, economics, and social issues. In addition to his work as a journalist, Rinaldi has also acted in a number of films and television shows, showcasing his versatility as a performer. Some of his most notable roles include appearances in the films "Tango Feroz" and "Nueces Para El Amor," as well as the popular television series "Chiquititas" and "Socias." Throughout his career, Rinaldi has been recognized for his contributions to both journalism and entertainment, earning numerous awards and accolades from industry organizations and fans alike. Despite his busy schedule, he remains committed to his craft and continues to inspire others with his passion and dedication.

Martin Guigui

Martin Guigui (June 26, 1965 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine film director, actor, screenwriter, film producer and film score composer.

Guigui started his career as an actor in his early twenties, appearing in several films and TV shows in Argentina. He then shifted his focus to film direction and production, working on a number of projects in the United States.

One of his most notable directorial works is the 2018 film "9/11," which tells the story of five individuals trapped in an elevator during the September 11 attacks. Guigui also directed the award-winning film "My X-Girlfriend's Wedding Reception" in 1999.

Apart from film direction, Guigui is also a skilled musician and has composed scores for several films, including "Cattle Call" and "Beneath the Darkness." Additionally, he is the founder of the record label Sunset Music Inc.

Guigui has won numerous awards for his work in the film industry, including an Imagen Award and a Golden Reel Award. He is known for his versatility as a filmmaker, having worked in a variety of genres, from comedy to drama to horror.

Rafael Ferro

Rafael Ferro (December 6, 1965 Palermo, Buenos Aires-) also known as Rafa is an Argentine actor. He has three children, Matilda Ferro, Antonio Ferro and Lorenzo Ferro.

Ferro began his career in the late 1980s, acting in various television shows and theatre productions. He gained wider recognition in the early 2000s with his roles in popular Argentine TV dramas such as Los Simuladores and Sos mi vida. His film credits include supporting roles in critically acclaimed movies such as Blessed by Fire and The Secret in Their Eyes.

In addition to his acting career, Ferro is also a playwright and has written several plays. He has received various awards for his work in the performing arts, including a Martín Fierro Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role in Los Simuladores.

Ferro is also recognized for his activism in various social and political causes in Argentina. He has been involved in campaigns for human rights, environmental protection, and education reform, among others. He is known for his left-leaning political views, and is a vocal supporter of the Argentine government's efforts to promote social justice and economic equality.

Marcelo Mazzarello

Marcelo Mazzarello (February 13, 1965 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine actor.

He began his acting career in the 1990s, appearing in popular telenovelas such as "Montaña Rusa, otra vuelta" and "Socios". Mazzarello gained wider recognition for his role in the TV series "Los Simuladores" in the early 2000s. He has also appeared in several films, including "Nueces para el amor" and "La Venganza de la Araña". In addition to his work on screen, Mazzarello is also a stage actor and has performed in numerous theater productions. He has been praised for his versatility in portraying a wide range of characters, from comedic to dramatic roles. Mazzarello continues to be a prominent figure in Argentine television and film industry.

Ignacio Gadano

Ignacio Gadano (June 11, 1965 General Roca-) a.k.a. Nacho, Nacho Gadano or Nacho Godano is an Argentine actor.

He began his acting career in the early 1990s in several Argentine television programs, such as "Santiago del Estero" and "El signo". He gained popularity in Latin America with his role as Gastón in the telenovela "Verano del '98" (Summer of '98) from 1998 to 2000. Gadano has also appeared in numerous films, including "Aqui llega Condemor, el pecador de la pradera" (1996), "El acto en cuestión" (2003), and "Plata quemada" (2000) for which he received critical acclaim. Additionally, Gadano has acted in theatrical productions, including the play "El cambista" (The Money Changer) which received several awards. He is also known for his activism in the LGBTQ+ community and has participated in various campaigns promoting LGBTQ+ rights.

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