Argentine actors who died due to Accident

Here are 1 famous actors from Argentina died in Accident:

Carlo Duran

Carlo Duran (June 13, 1936 Rosario-January 2, 1991 Brugnato) a.k.a. Juan Carlos Duran was an Argentine actor.

Born in Rosario, Argentina, Carlo Duran began his acting career in the early 1960s. He appeared in a number of successful Argentine films and TV series throughout the 60s and 70s. Duran was known for his versatile acting skills and his ability to play a wide range of roles, from dramatic to comedic.

In addition to his work in Argentina, Duran also acted in feature films in Europe, including Italy and Spain. He worked with some of the most respected directors of his time, including Federico Fellini and Marco Bellocchio.

Duran was also known for his work in theater, both in Argentina and Europe. He was a member of the prestigious Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, where he performed in a number of successful productions.

Sadly, Carlo Duran passed away in 1991 at the age of 54 in Brugnato, Italy. Despite his untimely death, his legacy as one of Argentina's most talented actors lives on.

Duran's most famous roles in Argentine cinema include playing Mario in the romantic comedy "Los hipócritas" (1965), and Marcos in the drama "La maffia" (1972). He also appeared in a number of TV series, including "El amor tiene cara de mujer" and "Nosotros y los miedos". In addition to his work in front of the camera, Duran also worked as a screenwriter and director. He directed the film "Casa de muñecas" (1974), which starred his wife, actress Leonor Benedetto.

Duran's success in Europe was also notable. He appeared in the Fellini film "I Clowns" (1970), and worked with Bellocchio on the film "La Cina è vicina" (1967). In Spain, he appeared in the film "Sólo se muere dos veces" (1967), directed by José María Forqué.

Despite his international success, Duran remained committed to the theater. In Argentina, he performed in a production of "Divinas palabras" directed by renowned theater director María Guerrero. In Italy, he appeared in productions of "El burlador de Sevilla" and "Don Juan Tenorio" at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice.

Duran's contributions to Argentine and international cinema and theater continue to be celebrated. In 1992, the Argentine Film Critics Association established the Carlo Duran Award to honor outstanding performances in Argentine cinema.

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