Here are 7 famous actresses from Argentina were born in 1948:
Mirta Miller (August 16, 1948 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. Mirata Miller, Mirta Jovita Bugni Chatard, Mirta Miler or Mirtha Miller is an Argentine actor.
She is best known for her roles in films such as "La Patagonia rebelde" (1974), "The Holy Girl" (2004) and "The Secret in Their Eyes" (2009), which won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Miller began her acting career in the 1960s and has since appeared in numerous Argentine films, theater productions, and television shows. In addition to acting, she has also worked as a drama teacher at various institutions and has been recognized for her contribution to Argentine culture. Miller is considered one of the most talented and respected actresses in the country and continues to inspire young actors with her passion and dedication to the craft.
Roxana Randón (May 17, 1948 San Juan-) also known as Roxana Randon or Roxana Rondon is an Argentine actor. She has two children, Leonardo Sbaraglia and Pablo Sbaraglia.
Roxana Randón began her acting career in the 1970s in Argentine television and theater productions. She later moved to Spain where she continued her acting career, appearing in films such as "The House of Bernarda Alba" and "The Game of Truth". Randón received critical acclaim for her role in the Argentine film "Rompecabezas" (Puzzle) in 2009. She has also acted in several international films, including "The Motorcycle Diaries" and "Una Noche". In addition to her work on screen, Randón has also been involved in teaching and mentoring young actors. She has served as a judge on the National Fund for the Arts and has taught acting workshops in both Argentina and Spain.
Leonor Manso (April 16, 1948 Almagro, Buenos Aires-) also known as Leonor Dionisia Manso is an Argentine actor. Her children are called Paloma Contreras Manso and Lucas Antonio Rebolini.
Manso began her acting career in theater and eventually transitioned to film and television. She has appeared in various Argentine films such as "Cuestion de principios" and "Rompecabezas", and has also acted in popular TV shows such as "Los Simuladores" and "Epitafios". Manso has received critical acclaim for her work and has been nominated for numerous awards including the Martín Fierro Award for Best Supporting Actress. In addition to acting, Manso is also a playwright and has written several plays including "Las descamisadas" and "Cuando estalla el verano". She is regarded as one of the most respected actors in the Argentinian entertainment industry.
Cristina Banegas (February 26, 1948 Constitución, Buenos Aires-) also known as Christina Banegas is an Argentine actor. She has one child, Valentina Fernández de Rosa.
Cristina Banegas began her acting career in the late 1960s and has since become one of the most respected actors in Argentine cinema and theater. She has worked with notable directors such as Alejandro Doria, Adolfo Aristarain, and Pablo Trapero, among others. Banegas has received several awards for her work, including two Silver Condor Awards, the most prestigious film award in Argentina. In addition to her acting career, she is also a professor of theater and has taught at various universities in Argentina. Banegas is known for her intense and nuanced performances, often portraying complex and conflicted characters. Her work has been recognized both nationally and internationally, solidifying her as one of the most prominent figures in Argentine acting.
María Cellario (June 19, 1948 Buenos Aires-) also known as Maria Cellario is an Argentine actor.
She began her acting career in the 1970s and has since appeared in numerous films, television shows, and theater productions. Some of her notable film credits include "La parte del león" (1978), "La Plata dulce" (1982), and "Mala época" (1998).
In addition to her work as an actor, Cellario has also been a director and producer in the Argentine theater scene. She co-founded the theater company "El baldío" in the early 1980s and has directed and produced numerous plays with the company.
Cellario is regarded as one of the most versatile actors in Argentina and has received numerous accolades for her work, including the Martín Fierro Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama for her role in the television series "Muñeca Brava" (1998). She continues to be an active figure in the Argentine entertainment industry.
Elena Tasisto (November 24, 1948 Buenos Aires-September 21, 2013 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
She began her acting career in the 1970s and appeared in numerous films, television shows and theater productions. Tasisto is known for her roles in films such as "The Official Story" (1985) and "The Dark Side of the Heart" (1992). She also received critical acclaim for her stage performances, notably in productions of Shakespeare's plays. Tasisto was a founding member of the National Theater Company of Argentina and was awarded the prestigious Konex Award for her contributions to Argentine theater. She passed away in Buenos Aires in 2013 at the age of 64.
Rosa María Bianchi (February 18, 1948 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine actor. She has two children, José María de Tavira and Julián de Tavira.
Bianchi started her career in theater in the early 1970s, and later transitioned to television and film. She has appeared in numerous telenovelas and TV series, such as "Amigos son los amigos," "Verano del '98," "Montecristo," and "Graduados." Bianchi has also worked in film, starring in "La Patagonia rebelde," "Kamchatka," and "El Amor Menos Pensado," among others.
In addition to her acting career, Bianchi is also known for her activism. She has been a vocal advocate for human rights, women's rights, and LGBT rights in Argentina. She was one of the founders of the Argentine Actors Association (AAA) and has worked with numerous organizations fighting for social justice in her country.