Here are 7 famous actors from Argentina were born in 1981:
Tomás Fonzi (August 24, 1981 Adrogué-) otherwise known as Tomas Fonzi or Tomás Gonzalo Fonzi is an Argentine actor and musician. He has one child, Violeta Fonzi.
Tomás Fonzi started his acting career at a very young age and gained popularity in the Argentine entertainment industry for his role in the TV series "Gasoleros". He has appeared in numerous TV series, films and theatrical productions throughout his career. Fonzi has also tried his hand at directing short films and producing.
Apart from acting, Fonzi is also a musician and has released multiple albums as a member of the rock band "La Cruda". He has also worked as a radio host for the show "La Mar en Coche" on Pop Radio.
In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Tomás Fonzi is known for his social and political activism. He is a strong advocate for human rights and has worked with various organizations to promote social justice and equality.
Fonzi is regarded as one of the most talented actors of his generation in Argentina and has won multiple awards for his work, including the Martín Fierro Award for Best Actor.
Alejandro Fadel (January 1, 1981 Tunuyán-) is an Argentine screenwriter, film director and actor.
He graduated from the National Experiment of Filmmaking and Audiovisuals of Argentina in 2003, and quickly gained recognition for his work in the film industry. Fadel has directed several films, including "Los salvajes" which was selected for the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. He has also worked as a screenwriter on various films, including the acclaimed thriller "El Clan" which won the Silver Lion award at the 72nd Venice International Film Festival. In addition to his work behind the camera, Fadel has also dabbled in acting, with small roles in a number of productions. His contribution to Argentine cinema has been widely acknowledged, with Fadel being regarded as one of the most talented and innovative filmmakers of his generation.
Darío Lopilato (January 29, 1981 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. Darío Lopilato de la Torre or Darío Eduardo Lopilato is an Argentine actor.
He began acting at a young age in various television series, such as "Chiquititas" and "Los Simuladores." He gained international recognition for his role as Jerónimo in the successful TV series "Rebelde Way" alongside Luisana Lopilato, his real-life sister.
In addition to his acting career, Lopilato has also worked as a television host and as a voice actor in animated films. He has lent his voice to characters in films such as "Chicken Little" and "The Incredibles."
Lopilato has also been involved in music and has released several albums with his sister, Luisana. He is married to Argentine actress and comedian, Silvina Escudero, and together they have a daughter named Emilia.
Luciano Pereyra (September 21, 1981 Luján-) a.k.a. Luciano Pereira or Pereira, Luciano is an Argentine songwriter, singer and actor.
He started his career at a young age, participating in local festivals and competitions. In 1998, he released his debut album, "Amaneciendo," which included the hit singles "Soy un Adicto a Ti" and "Celos." Throughout his career, Pereyra has released multiple successful albums and singles, winning several awards for his music, including the Latin Grammy Award for Best Folklore Album in 2017 for his album "La Vida al Viento." In addition to his music career, Pereyra has also appeared in various television shows and films, showcasing his talent as an actor. Despite his success, Pereyra remains humble and continues to be a beloved icon in the Argentine music scene.
Juan Gabriel Yacuzzi (September 3, 1981 Buenos Aires-) also known as Juan Yacuzzi is an Argentine actor.
He studied acting at the Theatre Institute of Buenos Aires and later at Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York. Yacuzzi is best known for his work in Argentine television, having appeared in numerous popular series such as "Los Simuladores" and "El Marginal". He has also appeared in films, including "La suerte en tus manos" and "Mala Yerba". In addition to acting, Yacuzzi is also a voiceover artist and has lent his voice to a number of animated films and TV shows. He has won several awards for his work, including a Martin Fierro Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama for his role in "Los Simuladores".
Christian Di Salvo (May 7, 1981 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine actor.
He started his professional career at the age of 18, studying acting at renowned schools like the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York and the Escuela Nacional de Arte Dramático in Buenos Aires. Di Salvo has appeared in several Argentine television series and soap operas, including "Los Simuladores," "Valientes," and "El Marginal." He has also starred in successful Argentine films such as "Los Paranoicos" and "Teseo." In addition to his acting career, Di Salvo is also known for his work as a producer and director, having produced short films and music videos for various artists.
Mariano Chiesa (May 19, 1981 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine actor, voice actor, presenter and singer.
He started his career in the entertainment industry at a very young age, performing in local theatre productions and landing his first television role at the age of 10. Mariano rose to fame in 1996 when he joined the cast of the popular Argentine children's show, "Zapping Zone", where he gained a large following.
Aside from his work in television, Mariano has also made a name for himself in the world of voice acting. He has lent his voice to numerous animated shows and movies, including "The Incredibles" and "Shrek".
In addition to acting and voice work, Mariano is a talented singer and has released several albums throughout his career. He has also hosted his own TV shows and has been a guest on numerous talk shows.
In recent years, Mariano has continued to work in various television and film projects, showcasing his range as an actor and entertainer.