Argentine actors who deceased at age 60

Here are 2 famous actors from Argentina died at 60:

Juan Carlos Altavista

Juan Carlos Altavista (January 4, 1929 Buenos Aires-July 20, 1989 Buenos Aires) also known as Juan G Altavista, Minguito, Mingo or Minguito Tinguitella was an Argentine actor and comedian. His children are called Maribel Altavista, Ana Clara Altavista and Juan Gabriel Altavista.

Juan Carlos Altavista is best known for his portrayal of Minguito in the popular Argentinian TV show "Hay que educar a papá" which aired in the 1960s and 1970s. Altavista also had a successful career in film, starring in movies such as "El diablo metió la pata" and "Galleguitos".

Aside from his work in entertainment, Altavista was also involved in Argentinian politics. He was a member of the party "Partido Comunista Argentino" and was imprisoned for his political beliefs during the military dictatorship in Argentina in the 1970s.

Altavista passed away in 1989 at the age of 60 due to a heart attack. He is still remembered as a beloved figure in Argentinian entertainment and his character Minguito remains an iconic figure in Argentinian pop culture.

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Aníbal Troilo

Aníbal Troilo (July 11, 1914 Buenos Aires-May 18, 1975 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Anibal Troilo, Pichuco, Aníbal Troilo Y Su Orquesta Típica or Aníbal Troilo And His orchestra was an Argentine musician, composer, conductor, film score composer and actor.

He is considered one of the most prominent figures of tango music, and his work greatly influenced the genre. Troilo began his career as a bandoneon player and joined the orchestra of Francisco Fiorentino in 1937. In 1939, Troilo formed his own orchestra and quickly gained popularity. He recorded numerous albums throughout his career, including "La Cumparsita" and "Sur." Troilo also composed music for films and appeared in several movies himself. In addition to his musical career, he was a respected conductor and was known for his ability to bring out the best in his orchestra members. Troilo received many honors during his lifetime, including the National Prize for the Arts in 1972. He passed away in 1975, but his legacy continues to live on through his music.

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