Here are 2 famous actors from Argentina died in Traffic collision:
Carlos Monzón (August 7, 1942 San Javier-January 8, 1995 Santa Rosa de Calchines) also known as Carlos Monzon or Escopeta was an Argentine professional boxer and actor. His children are called Carlos Alberto Monzón, Silvia Beatriz Monzón, Abel Ricardo Monzón and Maximiliano Roque Monzón.
Monzón was a formidable middleweight boxer, reigning as the undisputed world champion from 1970 to 1977. He had an impressive record of 87 wins, 3 losses, and 9 draws. He retired from boxing in 1977 with a career-ending record of 14 consecutive title defenses.
After retiring from boxing, Monzón pursued a career in acting and appeared in several films and television shows. He also had a troubled personal life and was involved in several high-profile incidents, including the shooting and killing of his wife in 1988, for which he served time in prison before his death in a car accident in 1995. Despite his controversies outside of the ring, Monzón remains one of Argentina's most celebrated and beloved athletes.
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George Rigaud (August 11, 1905 Buenos Aires-January 17, 1984 Leganés) a.k.a. Jorge Rigaud, Georges Rigaud, Jorge Regaud, Giorgio Rigatto, Giorgio Rigato, Jorge Rigeaut, Pedro Jorge Rigato Delisset or Pedro Jorge Rigato Delissetche was an Argentine actor.
He began his career in theater in his home country before moving to Spain in the 1930s to work in the Spanish film industry. Rigaud went on to appear in over 200 films throughout his career, often playing suave and sophisticated characters. Some of his most notable roles include Don Fernando in the 1946 film "La Mestiza," Inspector Omar in the 1960 film "Journey to the Center of the Earth," and Monsieur Grammont in the 1966 film "Who Wants to Kill Sara?" Rigaud was a member of the Spanish Actors' Union and was awarded the Gold Medal for Fine Arts by the Spanish government in 1981. He passed away in 1984 in Leganés, Spain at the age of 78.
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