Argentine actors who died due to Peritonitis

Here are 2 famous actors from Argentina died in Peritonitis:

José Gola

José Gola (February 7, 1904 La Plata-April 27, 1939 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.

He began his acting career early in life and became one of the most popular actors in Argentine cinema during the 1930s. Gola appeared in over 30 films and often played comedic roles, earning him the nickname "El Gordo" (The Fat One). He worked with renowned Argentine filmmakers such as Enrique Telémaco Susini and Carlos Gardel. Despite his success, Gola suffered from health issues and passed away at the young age of 35 from a heart attack. His legacy in Argentine cinema has endured and he is still remembered as one of the great actors of the country's golden age of cinema.

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Vicente Padula

Vicente Padula (July 14, 1898 Buenos Aires-January 16, 1967 Glendale) also known as Vincente Padula or Vincent Padula was an Argentine actor.

He was born to Italian immigrant parents and began his career in theater in Buenos Aires before transitioning to film. Padula appeared in over 40 films, both in Argentina and the United States, including "The Devil's Daughter" and "That Night in Rio." He is known for his work in the Hollywood films "The Mark of Zorro" and "The Black Swan". In addition to his acting career, Padula was an accomplished singer and radio personality.

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