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Antuco Telesca (November 25, 2014 Buenos Aires-June 27, 1995 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
Telesca began his acting career in the 1940s, and quickly became known for his versatility and skill on stage and screen. He appeared in many popular films and television shows throughout his career, earning critical acclaim and a loyal following of fans.
In addition to acting, Telesca was also a playwright and director, and he was involved in the development of many important theater productions in Argentina. He was widely recognized as a leading figure in the country's cultural scene, and his contributions to the arts continue to be celebrated today.
Telesca remained active in the entertainment industry until his death in 1995 at the age of 80. He is remembered as one of Argentina's most revered actors and a tireless champion of the arts.
Throughout his career, Antuco Telesca starred in over 50 films, including "The Naked Woman" (1950), "Forbidden" (1958), and "A Place in the World" (1992), which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Telesca's performances were known for their depth and emotional intensity, and he often played complex, multi-faceted characters. He was also a regular on Argentine television, appearing in numerous telenovelas and drama series.
As a playwright, Telesca wrote several successful plays, including "Las Armas Secretas" ("The Secret Weapons"), which premiered in 1959 and was later adapted into a film. He also directed several theater productions and was known for his innovative and experimental approach to staging.
Outside of his work in the arts, Telesca was also a political activist and a vocal critic of the Argentine government's human rights abuses in the 1970s and 80s. He was a supporter of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, a group of women who protested the disappearance of their children during Argentina's military dictatorship.
After his death in 1995, Antuco Telesca was posthumously awarded the Konex Award in recognition of his contributions to Argentine theater. His legacy continues to inspire and influence new generations of artists in Argentina and beyond.