Argentine actors who were born in 1971

Here are 6 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1971:

Danny Pardo

Danny Pardo (November 15, 1971 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. Daniel Pardo is an Argentine actor.

He is best known for his work on television, particularly for his roles in the hit TV shows "Narcos," "Scorpion," and "S.W.A.T." Pardo started his career as a stage actor and has since worked in both film and television. He has acted in a number of different languages, including Spanish, English, and Portuguese, and has appeared in productions around the world. In addition to his acting work, Pardo is also a voice artist, having provided dubbing for a number of Spanish-language versions of popular films and TV shows. He is a respected figure in the acting community and is considered one of Argentina's top contemporary actors.

Diego Torres

Diego Torres (March 9, 1971 Buenos Aires-) also known as DIEGO TORRES or Diego Antonio Caccia Torres is an Argentine singer, songwriter, actor, musician and composer.

He's the son of the legendary Argentine artist Lolita Torres, and his career in show business started in the mid-1980s when he appeared in several TV shows and movies. As a musician, he's known for his fusion of various Latin American music genres, including rock, pop, reggae, and folk. Over the years, he has released numerous successful albums, including "Tratar de estar mejor," "Color esperanza," and "Un poquito."

Apart from his music career, Diego Torres is also an accomplished actor who has appeared in various films and TV shows in Argentina and abroad. Some of his notable performances include his role in the movie "Amarte duele," which won him an Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor, and his appearance in the TV series "Los Simuladores."

Throughout his career, Diego Torres has received numerous accolades, including several Latin Grammy nominations, a Billboard Latin Music Award, and a Premio Lo Nuestro Award. He's also involved in numerous humanitarian causes and social initiatives, and he's an Ambassador for the United Nations World Food Programme.

Teoman Kumbaracıbaşı

Teoman Kumbaracıbaşı (October 18, 1971 Argentina-) also known as Teoman Kumbaracibasi is an Argentine actor.

He was born to a family of Turkish immigrants who settled in Argentina. Teoman started his acting career in the 1990s and quickly developed a reputation as a versatile actor who could play a variety of roles. He appeared in several popular TV shows, movies and theater productions in Argentina and gained a large following.

In addition to his successful acting career, Teoman is also known for his work as a writer and director. He has written and directed several short films and documentaries that have been shown at festivals around the world.

Despite living most of his life in Argentina, Teoman has maintained strong ties to his Turkish heritage. He is fluent in both Spanish and Turkish and has worked to promote cultural exchange between Argentina and Turkey.

Teoman has received numerous accolades for his work as an actor, writer and director, including several awards for his performances on stage and screen. He continues to be a respected figure in the Argentine entertainment industry and is known for his dedication to his craft.

Pablo Ramos

Pablo Ramos (April 29, 1971 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine cinematographer and actor.

Ramos began his career in the early 1990s as a camera assistant in various film productions. He soon became interested in photography and cinematography, and began working as a director of photography for short films and commercials. In 2001, he shot his first feature film, "The Man of the Future," which premiered at the Mar del Plata Film Festival.

As an actor, Ramos has appeared in several Argentine films and TV shows, including "The Secret in Their Eyes" (2009) and "Borges and I" (2009). In recent years, he has also worked as a writer and director, with his first short film, "Talking About Adultery," premiering in 2018.

Ramos is known for his use of natural light and his ability to create visually stunning images on a limited budget. He has been praised for his work on films such as "Kóblic" (2016), which starred Ricardo Darín, and "The Last Suit" (2017), which won awards at various film festivals around the world.

Santos Lontoya

Santos Lontoya (September 10, 1971 Santa Fe-) is an Argentine actor.

He is best known for his work in Argentine cinema and television. Santos Lontoya began his acting career in the early 2000s, with small roles in Argentine television shows. In 2006, he landed his breakthrough role in the popular television series "El Refugio," where he played the character of Diego for two seasons. He has since appeared in several successful television shows such as "Los Simuladores" and "El Marginal".

In addition to his work on television, Lontoya has also appeared in many successful Argentine films. He played supporting roles in films such as "Dos más Dos," "Tiempo de Valientes" and "Las Insoladas". His performance in "Historia del Miedo" earned him critical acclaim and a nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the Argentine Academy Awards.

Apart from acting, Santos Lontoya has also written and directed short films. He continues to be a prominent figure in the Argentine entertainment industry, known for his versatile acting skills and commitment to his craft.

Fernando Cormick

Fernando Cormick (April 6, 1971 La Plata-) is an Argentine actor.

He is best known for his roles in popular Argentinian television series such as "Los Simuladores", "Casi Ángeles", and "Guapas". Cormick started his acting career in the 1990s in various theater productions before transitioning to television and film. In addition to his acting work, he also worked as a director, writer, and producer in the entertainment industry. Cormick has been nominated for and won several awards throughout his career, including a Martín Fierro Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series for his work in "Sol Negro".

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