Here are 9 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1975:
Juan Minujín (May 20, 1975 Buenos Aires-) also known as Juan Minujin, Juan Minujín Quintar or Juan Minujen is an Argentine actor, film director and screenwriter. He has two children, Carmela Minujín and Amanda Minujín.
Juan Minujín began his acting career in 2001. He has worked in various TV series, films and theater productions. He gained widespread recognition for his performance in the 2014 Argentine drama film "Historia del miedo" which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. He has won several awards for his work in film and theater, including an ACE award for Best Actor for his performance in the play "El equilibrista" in 2016. In addition to acting, Minujín has directed and written films, including "Vil Romance" (2008) and "Refugiado" (2014). He is also known for his activism and has been a vocal supporter of women's rights and LGBTQ+ rights.
Alejandro Zucco (September 11, 1975 La Plata-) is an Argentine film director, film editor, actor and screenwriter.
He began his career as a director with the short film "Atahualpa" (1999) which won several international awards. Zucco then went on to direct and edit three feature films: "El Palacio" (2000), "Nocturna" (2007) and "Lourdes" (2011) which were well received by both critics and audiences alike. In addition to his work in film, Zucco has also acted in several movies and television shows. He is known for his dedication to the craft of filmmaking and for his ability to create visually stunning works that explore complex themes in modern society.
Juan Diego Botto (August 29, 1975 Buenos Aires-) also known as Juan Diego Botto-Rota or Juan Diego Botto Rota is an Argentine actor. His child is called Salma Botto.
Botto is the son of Argentine-Spanish actor Diego Botto and Italian fashion model Cristina Rota. He grew up in Madrid and started acting at the age of 5 in the theater production "La dama boba." Botto has acted in numerous films, including "Martin (Hache)" for which he won the Best Actor award at the San Sebastian International Film Festival in 1997. He has also appeared in TV shows such as "El astillero" and "Good Behavior". In addition to his acting career, Botto is a director and screenwriter. He co-wrote and directed the film "Por un puñado de besos" which was released in 2014. He is also a human rights activist and has been an ambassador for UNICEF since 1998.
Sebastián Mogordoy (September 9, 1975 Rosario-) is an Argentine actor.
He started his acting career in the late 1990s, performing in small theaters and underground plays. In 2000, he made his film debut in the critically acclaimed movie "Nueces para el amor" directed by Alberto Lecchi. Mogordoy's performance in the film earned him recognition in the Argentine film industry.
Throughout his career, Mogordoy has appeared in several films and television series. In 2006, he starred in the hit Argentine telenovela "Montecristo," which gained international fame and was broadcasted in more than 80 countries. He has also acted in other popular TV series such as "Los Graduados" and "Viudas e Hijos del Rock and Roll."
Apart from acting, Mogordoy has also worked as a director and producer. In 2018, he directed his first feature film "La Canción de tu Corazón," which premiered at the Mar del Plata International Film Festival and received positive reviews from critics.
Mogordoy is known for his versatility as an actor and has won numerous awards for his performances, including the Silver Condor Award for Best Supporting Actor in "El Gallo Rojo" (2013) and the Mejor Actor de Reparto Award in the Festival de Cine de Gramado for "El Movimiento" (2017).
Damián Canduci (November 20, 1975 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine actor.
He began his acting career in 1995 with the theater group "El Galpón de Catalinas Sur" in Buenos Aires. Canduci then went on to study acting at popular schools such as "Oficina de Teatro de Buenos Aires" and "La Manzana de las Luces." He gradually gained recognition for his work in films such as "La Fuga" and "Crónica de una fuga," which were both awarded at the Cannes Film Festival. Canduci also starred in several successful TV series in his home country, including "Culpables" and "Botineras." In addition to his acting career, he is also a theater director, having directed the acclaimed play "El Yo Saturado" in 2013. Canduci is regarded as one of the most talented actors of his generation in Argentina.
Lucas Crespi (June 16, 1975 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine actor.
Lucas Crespi began his acting career in theater during his high school years, and later went on to study acting at the National University of Arts in Buenos Aires. He made his television debut in 1997, and has since become known for his roles in popular Argentine television series such as "Los Simuladores," "Lalola," and "Cien días para enamorarse." In addition to his work on screen, Crespi has also performed extensively in theater, and has been recognized with several awards for his performances. In recent years, he has also ventured into directing and screenwriting. Outside of his acting career, Crespi is an avid traveler and has a passion for photography.
Claudio Sad (December 30, 1975 San Miguel de Tucumán-) a.k.a. Claudes is an Argentine actor.
He began his career in theater and then gained prominence in Argentine television with roles in shows like "Los Simuladores" and "Valientes". He has also starred in several Argentine films, including "Juan and Eva" and "El Puto Inolvidable". In recent years, he has expanded his repertoire to include directing and producing, and has worked on projects such as "El Hilo Rojo" and "Los Padecientes". Outside of his acting career, Sad is known for his activism and philanthropy work, particularly in support of LGBTQ+ rights and organizations that work with children in need.
Emmanuel Horvilleur (January 2, 1975 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. Emanuel Horvilleur or Horvilleur, Emmanuel is an Argentine singer, actor and musician. His child is called André Horvilleur.
Horvilleur rose to fame in the late 1990s and early 2000s as one half of the popular Argentine rock duo Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas, alongside Dante Spinetta. Together, they released several highly acclaimed albums and won multiple Latin Grammy Awards.
In 2004, Horvilleur branched out as a solo artist and released his debut solo album, Amor en Polvo, which was met with critical and commercial success. He has since released several more solo albums, including Mordisco and El Tesoro, showcasing his versatility as an artist with influences ranging from funk and soul to electronic and pop music.
In addition to his music career, Horvilleur has also dabbled in acting, with appearances in several Argentine films and televison shows.
Throughout his career, Horvilleur has remained a beloved figure in the Argentine music scene, known for his innovative and genre-defying sound and his charismatic stage presence.
Federico Amador (October 23, 1975 Buenos Aires-) also known as Federico Grandolini is an Argentine actor. He has two children, Vito Grandolini and Ciro Grandolini.
Federico Amador started his acting career in the mid-90s and gained recognition for his roles in several Argentine telenovelas, including "Chiquititas", "Verano del '98", and "Los Simuladores". In 2003, he made his film debut in "El Fondo del Mar" and went on to star in several other films such as "Paisito" and "Santos y pecadores".
Aside from acting, Federico Amador has also worked as a television host and presenter. He hosted the Argentine version of "The Weakest Link" and has been a presenter on several travel and lifestyle shows.
In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Federico Amador is also a theater actor and has participated in several productions in Buenos Aires. He is known for his versatility as an actor and his ability to bring depth and complexity to his roles.
Federico Amador continues to work in the Argentine entertainment industry and is considered one of the most talented actors of his generation.