Argentine actors who died due to Respiratory failure

Here are 1 famous actors from Argentina died in Respiratory failure:

Alberto de Mendoza

Alberto de Mendoza (January 21, 1923 Belgrano, Buenos Aires-December 12, 2011 Madrid) a.k.a. Alberto Mendoza, Albert Mendoza, Alberto Manuel Rodríguez-Gallego González de Mendoza, De Mendoza or Alberto Manuel Rodríguez Gallego Gonzáles de Mendoza was an Argentine actor. He had three children, Daniel Mendoza, Fabian de Mendoza and Belen de Mendoza.

Alberto de Mendoza began his acting career in the 1940s in Argentina, making his film debut in "Los Dos Rivales." He went on to appear in numerous Argentine films and television shows over the next few decades, and also worked in theater. In 1960, he moved to Spain and continued to act in films, often playing supporting roles. Some of his notable films include "Cria Cuervos," "The Spirit of the Beehive," and "Dark Habits." He also appeared in international productions such as "Everybody's Fine" with Robert De Niro. In addition to his work as an actor, de Mendoza was also a writer, and published a novel and several collections of short stories. He received numerous awards for his contributions to film and theater, including the National Film Award of Argentina and the Medal of Merit in Fine Arts from the Spanish government.

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