Argentine actors who deceased at age 75

Here are 4 famous actors from Argentina died at 75:

Luis Sandrini

Luis Sandrini (February 22, 1905 Buenos Aires-July 5, 1980 Buenos Aires) also known as Luis Santiago Sandrini Lagomarsino or Luis Santiago Sandrini was an Argentine actor and film producer. He had one child, Sandra Sandrini.

Sandrini began his career in the entertainment industry in the 1920s, working as a comedian in the theater. He quickly became popular for his humorous performances and soon transitioned to film, where he acted in over 80 films. Many of his roles were in comedic films and he became known as one of the greatest comedians in Argentine cinema.

In addition to his work as an actor, Sandrini also produced several films. He was particularly interested in telling stories about the working-class and average people, which was reflected in many of the films he produced.

Sandrini was a beloved figure in Argentina, known both for his talent as an actor and for his kindness and generosity towards his fans. He continued to work in the film industry until his death in 1980 at the age of 75.

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Francisco de Paula

Francisco de Paula (February 20, 1914 Laboulaye-February 27, 1989 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.

He began his career in theater and later transitioned to film and television. De Paula acted in over 30 films, including "La Tía de Carlos" and "La Cigarra no es un bicho". He was also a popular television actor, appearing in several telenovelas and dramas throughout the 1970s and 80s. In addition to his work in entertainment, de Paula was also involved in politics and was a member of the Argentine Chamber of Deputies from 1963 to 1966. He died in Buenos Aires at the age of 75.

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Juan D'Arienzo

Juan D'Arienzo (December 14, 1900 Buenos Aires-January 14, 1976 Buenos Aires) also known as D'Arienzo Juan or D'Arienzo, Juan was an Argentine actor, film score composer, composer and conductor.

D'Arienzo was famous for his contributions to the development of the Argentine tango. He was nicknamed "El Rey del Compás" (The King of the Beat) for his unique style of playing tango music with a strong emphasis on the rhythm. D'Arienzo's orchestra was one of the most popular tango bands in Argentina during the Golden Age of Tango in the 1930s and 1940s. He recorded over 1,000 tango songs and composed several himself, including "La Cumparsita," which is one of the most famous tango compositions of all time. Beyond his music, D'Arienzo was a well-known figure in Argentine culture, appearing in films and on television. His legacy continues to influence tango music today.

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Carlos Moreno

Carlos Moreno (August 29, 1938 La Plata-March 9, 2014 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor and theatre director.

He died caused by myocardial infarction.

Carlos Moreno was considered one of the most versatile actors of Argentina, with a career spanning over five decades. He starred in numerous television shows, films, and theatre productions. Moreno was also known for his work as a theatre director, having directed several successful productions including "Cien veces no debo" which premiered in 1971 and was written by his wife, playwright Elsa Berenguer. In addition to his acting and directing work, Moreno was also a professor of theatre and taught at the National University of the Arts in Buenos Aires. He received several awards throughout his career, including the Konex Award for Best Actor in 1981 and the ACE Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "Las Hermanas Rosen" in 2000. Despite his passing, Carlos Moreno's legacy continues to live on as a prominent figure in Argentine theatre and film.

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