Argentine actors who deceased at age 58

Here are 2 famous actors from Argentina died at 58:

Norberto Díaz

Norberto Díaz (March 1, 1952 Buenos Aires-December 18, 2010 Buenos Aires) also known as Norberto Osvaldo Díaz or El Gallego was an Argentine actor. He had one child, Manuela Díaz.

Norberto Díaz began his acting career in the late 1970s, appearing in a number of successful Argentine films and television series. He received critical acclaim for his performances in films such as "The Official Story" (1985), which won the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar in 1986, and "The Stranger" (1987), which was selected for the Cannes Film Festival. His work in these films established him as one of the leading actors of his generation.

Throughout his career, Díaz appeared in numerous films, plays, and television series, both in Argentina and internationally. He was particularly known for his ability to portray complex characters with depth and nuance. In addition to his acting work, Díaz was also a playwright and director.

Tragically, Norberto Díaz passed away on December 18, 2010 in Buenos Aires at the age of 58, following a battle with cancer. He is remembered as one of the most talented and versatile actors of his generation, and his contributions to Argentine cinema and theater continue to be celebrated today.

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Mario C. Lugones

Mario C. Lugones (August 13, 1912 Buenos Aires-October 1, 1970 Buenos Aires) also known as Mario Lugones was an Argentine film director and actor.

He died caused by cancer.

Mario Lugones started his career in the film industry in the 1930s as an actor, appearing in several films such as "Tres Argentinos en París" (1938) and "La mujer y la selva" (1939). However, he eventually transitioned to directing and made his directorial debut with "La Hermana San Sulpicio" (1942), which was based on a novel by Armando Discépolo.

Throughout the 1940s and 1950s, Lugones directed several successful films, including "Paisanito" (1942), "Las Aguas Bajan Turbias" (1952), and "El Vendedor de Ilusiones" (1956). He was known for his use of naturalistic and socially conscious themes in his films.

In addition to his work in film, Lugones was also involved in theater and television. He was a member of the Argentine Actors Association and directed several plays throughout his career. He also worked on several television programs, including the popular sketch comedy show "La Tuerca" in the 1960s.

Lugones' contributions to Argentine cinema have been recognized with tributes and retrospectives, including a screening of his films at the 2012 Mar del Plata Film Festival, which marked the centenary of his birth.

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