Argentine actors who were born in 1969

Here are 9 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1969:

Fernán Mirás

Fernán Mirás (July 17, 1969 Buenos Aires-) otherwise known as Fernándo Mirás or Fernando Mirás is an Argentine actor. His children are called Santiago Mirás, Sebastián Mirás and Sofía Mirás.

Fernan Miras is widely considered to be one of Argentina's most talented actors, and has appeared in a range of popular TV shows and movies throughout his career. He began acting in the mid-1980s, and quickly became known for his ability to transform himself into a range of different characters. Over the years, he has won numerous awards for his acting, including several Martin Fierro Awards, which are considered to be the most prestigious awards in Argentine television. He is also a respected stage actor, and has appeared in many theater productions throughout his career. In addition to his work as an actor, Fernan Miras is also an accomplished director, and has directed several successful films and TV shows in Argentina. Off-screen, he is known for his advocacy work on behalf of a number of different causes, including animal rights and environmental protection.

Adrián Navarro

Adrián Navarro (October 24, 1969 Gregorio de Laferrère, Buenos Aires-) also known as Adrian Navarro is an Argentine actor. His children are called Facundo Navarro and Violeta Navarro.

Adrian Navarro began his acting career in the early 90s, starting with stage plays and later transitioning into television and film. He gained popularity in Argentina for his roles in telenovelas such as "Alma Pirata" and "Dulce Amor". Navarro has also starred in several films, including "Elsa y Fred" and "La Decision de Lucía".

Aside from acting, Navarro is known for his work as a voice actor, lending his voice to numerous animated films and television shows. He has also been a host for television programs and events.

Navarro has been recognized for his contributions to the entertainment industry with several awards, including the Martín Fierro Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Comedy.

Héctor Echavarría

Héctor Echavarría (December 6, 1969 Corrientes-) a.k.a. Hector is an Argentine actor, film director, film producer and screenwriter.

He is also a martial artist, winning numerous world championships in kickboxing throughout the 1990s. Echavarría began his acting career in the late 1990s with the film "The Return of the Kickboxer." He went on to act in and direct numerous action films, including "Savage Streets," "Latin Dragon," and "Death Warrior." In addition to his film career, Echavarría is known for his humanitarian work, particularly in his efforts to combat bullying and violence in schools.

Pablo Echarri

Pablo Echarri (September 21, 1969 Villa Domínico-) a.k.a. Pablo Daniel Echarri is an Argentine actor and television producer. His children are called Morena Echarri and Julián Echarri.

He began his acting career in the mid-1990s, appearing in several popular Argentine soap operas such as "Montaña Rusa", "De Corazón", and "Fueye Querido". In 2003, he produced and starred in the controversial Argentine film "Kamchatka", which focused on the political turmoil that occurred in Argentina during the 1970s.

Aside from his successful career as an actor, Echarri has also been involved in various social and political causes in Argentina. He has shown his support for workers' rights, LGBTQ+ rights, and has been vocal in his opposition to Argentina's former president Mauricio Macri.

In 2011, Echarri founded the production company El Árbol, which has produced several successful telenovelas and series, including "Educando a Nina" and "El Marginal". He has also won numerous awards for his acting and production work, including the Martín Fierro Award for Best Leading Actor in a Drama Series in 2009 and 2011.

Bobby Hewitt

Bobby Hewitt (November 13, 1969 Mar del Plata-) also known as Hewitt, Bobby, Bobby Fernandez-Hewitt, Roberto Fernandez or Bobby Fernandez is an Argentine film director, film editor, cinematographer, actor and drummer. He has two children, Gavin Fernandez-Hewitt and Willow Fernandez-Hewitt.

Hewitt grew up in a family of musicians and started playing drums at a young age. He later joined several bands and performed in various venues. In 1992, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in music and film. He started working as an actor and landed small roles in several movies and TV shows.

In 2001, Hewitt directed his first feature-length film, "Red Passport", which won several awards at international film festivals. He went on to direct several other films, including "The Last Dreamer" and "The Invisible Ones". In addition to directing, he also works as a film editor and often serves as his own cinematographer.

Aside from his film work, Hewitt is also known for his drumming skills. He has performed with several notable musicians, including Slash, Billy Gibbons, and David Ellefson. In 2019, he released his first solo album, "Saturn Missiles".

Hewitt is highly regarded in the film industry for his unique style and storytelling abilities. He continues to work on both independent and mainstream films, and is regarded as one of the most talented filmmakers of his generation.

Pablo Razuk

Pablo Razuk (April 25, 1969 Rosario-) is an Argentine actor.

He began his career in theater, performing in various productions in his hometown of Rosario before eventually moving to Buenos Aires to pursue a career in television and film. Razuk made his television debut in the popular Argentine soap opera "Chiquititas" and has since appeared in numerous television programs and films. He is best known for his roles in the television series "Los Simuladores" and "Los Pells". In addition to acting, Razuk is also a screenwriter and has written several scripts for television and film. Away from the spotlight, he is known for his love of literature and enjoys reading and writing in his spare time.

Diego Korol

Diego Korol (March 31, 1969 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. Diego Armando Korol is an Argentine actor and journalist.

He began his career as a journalist in the early 1990s, working for various radio and TV stations in Argentina. He is best known for his role as a presenter on the popular Argentine TV show, CQC (Caiga Quien Caiga), which he hosted from 1996 to 2007. Korol has also acted in several films and TV series, including the Argentine comedy film, "Mala Yerba" (1991), the TV series "Sol Negro" (2003), and the historical TV drama "Algo Habrán Hecho" (2005-2008). In addition to his work in entertainment, Korol is also an advocate for social and political causes, and has been involved in various humanitarian campaigns throughout his career.

Juan Ignacio Machado

Juan Ignacio Machado (December 3, 1969 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine actor.

He graduated from the National School of Drama Art in Buenos Aires in 1995 and began his acting career in theater. Machado later transitioned to television, appearing in numerous Argentine telenovelas and television series. He gained international recognition for his role as Pedro Knight, the husband of Celia Cruz, in the acclaimed television series "Celia" (2015-2016). Machado has also acted in several Argentine films including "Vaquero" (2011) and "La Suerte en tus manos" (2012). In addition to his acting career, Machado is also a professor of acting and has taught at several institutions in Buenos Aires.


Birabent (January 3, 1969 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. Birabent, Antonio or Antonio Birabent is an Argentine actor, musician and singer-songwriter.

He is the son of famous Argentine musician Juan Carlos "Banana" Masotta and actress Analía Gadé. Birabent started his artistic career as an actor in a theater company, where he participated in various plays. Later on, he decided to pursue a music career and released his first album "Mundo" in 1994. Since then, he has released several successful albums and has become a well-known figure in the Argentine music scene. In addition to his music and acting career, Birabent also works as a TV host and has appeared in several TV shows.

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