Argentine actors who deceased in 1965

Here are 2 famous actors from Argentina died in 1965:

Enrique Serrano

Enrique Serrano (November 27, 1891 Buenos Aires-November 27, 1965 Spain) a.k.a. Tony Tranquerita was an Argentine comedian and actor.

Enrique Serrano started his career by singing tango at the age of 18. He later began acting in theater productions and quickly became known for his comedic timing and talent. In the 1920s, Serrano moved to Spain where he starred in over 50 films, becoming a popular and well-loved actor in both Spain and Argentina. He often played the role of the classic Latin lover, charming audiences with his good looks and charismatic personality. Throughout his career, Serrano also wrote and directed several films, further showcasing his versatility in the entertainment industry. He continued to act until his death in 1965, leaving behind a legacy as one of the most beloved comedians and actors of his time.

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Pedro Laxalt

Pedro Laxalt (May 13, 1900 Aquitaine-August 31, 1965 Buenos Aires) otherwise known as Pedro Ascarateil Laxalt was an Argentine actor.

Pedro Laxalt was born in France, but his family moved to Argentina when he was a child. He started his acting career in 1925 in the theater, performing in both drama and comedy plays. He made his film debut in 1936 in the film "Los muchachos se divierten". Laxalt quickly became a popular actor in Argentina, appearing in more than 50 films throughout his career.

He was known for his versatility as an actor, easily transitioning between dramatic and comedic roles. Some of his notable film appearances include "El barrio de la Paloma", "Black Crown", and "Nobleza gaucha". In addition to his film work, he also appeared on television and radio programs.

Pedro Laxalt passed away in Buenos Aires in 1965 at the age of 65. Despite his passing, his contributions to Argentine cinema have continued to be recognized and celebrated.

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