Argentine actors who deceased at age 70

Here are 2 famous actors from Argentina died at 70:

Arturo Goetz

Arturo Goetz (June 24, 1944 Buenos Aires-July 28, 2014 Buenos Aires) also known as Antonio Goetz or Arturo L. Goetz was an Argentine actor.

Goetz began his acting career in the late 1960s and appeared in over 40 films, numerous television programs, and theater productions. He was acclaimed for his work in the 1976 film "La Patagonia Rebelde" and won the Best Supporting Actor Award at the San Sebastián International Film Festival for his performance in the 1991 film "Un lugar en el mundo". Apart from acting, Goetz was also a playwright, director, and drama teacher. He founded the theater group "El Cuervo" and directed over 50 productions. In addition to his successful career in the entertainment industry, Goetz was also a respected professor of acting, teaching generations of actors at the National University of Tucumán and the National University of La Plata.

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Jérôme Savary

Jérôme Savary (June 27, 1942 Buenos Aires-March 4, 2013 Levallois-Perret) also known as Jerome Savary was an Argentine screenwriter, film director and actor. He had four children, Robinson Savary, Manon Savary, Nina Savary and Beatriz-Carmen Savary.

He died in cancer.

Savary was known for his contributions to French theater, blending music, dance, and visual elements in his productions. He founded the Grand Magic Circus, a traveling troupe that combined circus and theater, and directed numerous operas and musicals throughout his career. Savary's most famous production was "Cabaret" which he directed in Paris in 1986, earning critical acclaim and launching the career of actress Nicole Croisille. In addition to his work in theater, Savary also published several books, including an autobiography titled "Le Rire de Rabelais." His innovative and eclectic productions had a significant impact on French and international theater, and he is remembered as a pioneer of the genre of musical theater.

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