Argentine actors who deceased in 2014

Here are 3 famous actors from Argentina died in 2014:

Alfredo Alcón

Alfredo Alcón (March 3, 1930 Liniers-April 11, 2014 Barrio Norte, Buenos Aires) also known as Alfredo Alcon, Alfredo Félix Alcón or Alfredo Félix Alcón Riesco was an Argentine actor.

He was considered one of the greatest actors in the history of Argentine cinema and theater. Alcón began his acting career on the stage in the 1950s, before transitioning to film in the 1960s. He starred in numerous popular Argentine films, including "La Patagonia Rebelde" and "Los Hijos de Fierro". Alcón was highly respected for his portrayals of complex characters and his ability to bring depth and nuance to his performances. In addition to his work in film and theater, he also worked in television, earning critical acclaim for his role in the series "Los Simuladores". Alcón received numerous awards for his work as an actor, including the Konex Award for Best Actor of the Decade in 1981. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 84.

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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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Carlos Moreno

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

Moreno began his career as an actor in the 1960s, making his debut in the film "El Túnel" (The Tunnel) in 1962. He became well-known for his roles in a number of popular Argentine films and television shows, including "Boquitas pintadas" (Painted Lips) and "La Ciénaga" (The Swamp).

In addition to his work as an actor, Moreno was also a prolific theatre director, and was considered one of the foremost figures in Argentine theatre during the second half of the 20th century. He founded his own theatre company, El Excéntrico de la 18, in 1968, which became known for producing innovative and experimental works.

Moreno was the recipient of numerous awards for his contributions to Argentine culture, including the Konex Award in 1981 for his work in theatre, and the Premio Sur award for Best Supporting Actor in 2001 for his role in the film "Sotto voce." He continued to work in film, television, and theatre until his death at the age of 75 in 2014.

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