Here are 5 famous actresses from Argentina were born in 1944:
Nené Morales (May 16, 1944 Ciudadela, Buenos Aires-) also known as Clara Palmira Morales de la Canal or Nene Morales is an Argentine actor.
Nené Morales is known for her remarkable contributions to the Argentine film industry. She began her career in theater in the early 1960s, and later transitioned to television and film. She has appeared in numerous films and TV shows, including "El hombre de la deuda externa," "Los Enamorados," and "El Jardín de la Tía Isabel." Nené Morales also worked as a director, producer, and screenwriter. She is widely regarded as one of the most talented actors in Argentina, and she continues to inspire new generations of artists with her work. In addition to her acting and directing career, Morales has also been involved in a variety of social causes and advocacy work.
Selva Alemán (April 30, 1944 Argentina-) is an Argentine actor.
He was born in Buenos Aires and began his acting career in the 1960s. Alemán has appeared in numerous Argentine films and television series, including "Los Simuladores," "El hombre que volvió de la muerte," and "Brigada Cola." He has also worked in theater, both as an actor and a director. In addition to his acting career, Alemán is also a writer and has published several books. He is known for his dynamic performances and his ability to bring complex characters to life on screen.
Susana Giménez (January 29, 1944 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. Susana Gimenez, María Susana Giménez Aubert Sanders, Su, Susana or María Susana Giménez Aubert is an Argentine talk show host, actor, model and businessperson. She has one child, Mercedes Sarrabayrouse.
Susana Giménez began her career as a model and actress in the 1960s, starring in several films and television shows. She later became one of the most popular talk show hosts in Argentina, known for her charismatic personality and ability to attract high-profile guests.
In addition to her work in entertainment, Giménez has also been a successful businesswoman, launching her own line of fragrances, makeup, and clothing. She is also known for her philanthropic work, supporting a variety of causes including children's hospitals and organizations that help impoverished comunities.
Throughout her career, Giménez has received numerous accolades, including several Martín Fierro Awards (Argentina's highest honor for television), a Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Emmy Awards, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She remains a beloved and influential figure in Argentina and beyond.
Silvia Merlino (June 8, 1944 Buenos Aires-June 27, 2007 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
She started her acting career in the early 1960s and quickly gained popularity for her memorable performances in TV shows, films, and theatrical productions. Merlino was known for her versatility as an actress, having played a wide range of roles in dramas, comedies, and romance films. In addition to acting, she also worked as a voice-over artist and dubber, lending her voice to several characters in Argentine and foreign films. Merlino received critical acclaim for her work, winning multiple awards throughout her career, including the Martin Fierro Award for Best Supporting Actress. Her legacy as a talented and respected performer continues to be celebrated in Argentina to this day.
Zulma Faiad (February 21, 1944 Buenos Aires-) also known as Zulma Aurora Faiad, La Turca or La Lechuguita is an Argentine actor, singer and dancer.
Zulma Faiad began her career as a dancer in various theater productions in Buenos Aires. She later transitioned to acting and starred in numerous films, including "Los Salvajes" (1966), "La Cómplice" (1969) and "El Profesor Patagónico" (1971).
Faiad is also known for her work in television, and has appeared in several popular Argentine telenovelas such as "Señorita Maestra" (1983) and "La Banda del Golden Rocket" (1991).
Aside from her acting career, Faiad is also a talented singer and has released several albums throughout her career.
Throughout her career, Faiad has won numerous awards for her contributions to the arts in Argentina, including the Konex Award in 1981 and the ACE Award in 2003.