Argentine actresses who were born in 1956

Here are 5 famous actresses from Argentina were born in 1956:

Cecilia Roth

Cecilia Roth (August 8, 1956 Buenos Aires-) also known as Cecilia Rotemberg Rot, Cecilia Rotenberg, Cecilia Edith Rotenberg Rot or Cecilia Rotemberg is an Argentine actor. Her child is called Martín Páez.

Cecilia Roth has had a successful career in the entertainment industry, appearing in numerous films, television series, and theatre productions. She began her acting career in the late 1970s, working primarily in Argentina before branching out to other countries. She received critical acclaim for her performance in the 1984 film "Echeverría," and went on to star in several other popular Argentine films, including "La Historia Oficial" and "Man Facing Southeast."

Roth has also worked extensively in Spanish and international cinema. She appeared in Pedro Almodóvar's acclaimed films "All About My Mother" and "Talk to Her," for which she won the Goya Award for Best Actress. She also appeared in the American film "Better Things" and in the Spanish television series "Gran Hotel."

Aside from her work in film and television, Roth has also appeared on stage, performing in productions of "Hello Dolly!," "Chicago," and "Cabaret," among others. In 2013, she was awarded the "Konex de Platino" award for her contributions to Argentine theater.

Roth has been a strong advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and women's rights, using her platform to voice her support for these causes.

Cris Morena

Cris Morena (August 23, 1956 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. María Cristina De Giacomi, Cristina de Giacomi or Chris Morena is an Argentine actor, presenter, songwriter, model, writer, television producer, musician and film score composer. She has two children, Romina Yan and Tomás Yankelevich.

Cris Morena first gained fame as an actress in the 1970s, playing roles in various Argentine television series. In the mid-1980s, she transitioned to songwriting and writing for television, which would later become her main focus. Some of her most famous works as a television producer include hits like "Chiquititas," "Rebelde Way," and "Casi Ángeles," all of which have been highly popular with young audiences in Argentina and around the world.

Morena has also been an active musician, having produced numerous albums of songs for her various television shows, as well as several solo albums. Additionally, she has written several books, including children's novels and guides to parenting.

Throughout her career, Cris Morena has been recognized with multiple awards and honors, including the Golden Martín Fierro Award for Best Children's Television Program and the Argentine Konex Award for Best Children's Television Producer. She has also been a strong advocate for children's rights, supporting various charities and causes to help disadvantaged youth.

Mimí Ardú

Mimí Ardú (February 28, 1956 Río Cuarto-) a.k.a. Mimi Ardú is an Argentine actor.

She first gained recognition through her work on stage and later expanded her acting career to film and television. Ardú is known for portraying strong women characters and has won critical acclaim for her performances. She has appeared in Argentine hits such as "Love by Accident" (2004), "Glue" (2006), and "The Secret in Their Eyes" (2009). In addition to her acting career, Ardú is also an accomplished director and has directed several plays in Argentina. She has been nominated for multiple awards for both her acting and directing work, including several Martín Fierro Awards, which are the Argentine equivalent of the Emmy Awards. Outside of her professional career, Ardú is also involved in social and environmental activism, and has used her voice and platform to advocate for various causes.

Patricia Sosa

Patricia Sosa (January 23, 1956 Buenos Aires-) also known as Sosa, Patricia is an Argentine actor and singer.

She began her music career as a vocalist for the band La Torre in the 1980s, but it wasn't until the 1990s that she achieved international success with her solo career. Sosa's music is predominantly in the pop and rock genres, and she has released over a dozen albums throughout her career. In addition to her music, Sosa has also dabbled in acting, appearing in several television shows and films in Argentina. She has been recognized for her contributions to music and the arts, and is regarded as one of the most influential female artists in Argentina.

María Valenzuela

María Valenzuela (June 16, 1956 Buenos Aires-) also known as Mariquita is an Argentine actor. She has three children, Malena Mendizábal, Julián Mendizábal and Juan Mendizábal.

Valenzuela began her acting career in the 1970s and quickly became a popular figure in Argentine television and theater. She is best known for her work in telenovelas, including "Los Roldán," "Los Simuladores," and "Dulce Amor." Valenzuela has also starred in several films, including "La Rabona" and "La Película del Rey."

In addition to her acting career, Valenzuela is a well-respected theater director and producer. She has directed several successful productions, including "El Círculo de Tiza Caucasiano" and "El Cartero."

Throughout her career, Valenzuela has received numerous awards for her acting and directing work, including the prestigious ACE Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her role in "Drácula."

Valenzuela is also known for her philanthropic work, particularly her support of children's hospitals and organizations that aid children with disabilities.

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