Argentine actresses who were born in 1968

Here are 5 famous actresses from Argentina were born in 1968:

Julia Solomonoff

Julia Solomonoff (March 4, 1968 Rosario-) is an Argentine screenwriter, film director, television director, film producer and actor.

She is best known for her critically acclaimed films such as "Sisters", "The Last Summer of la Boyita", and "Nobody's Watching". Julia Solomonoff's work often focuses on themes related to identity, sexuality, and gender. She has won numerous awards for her work, including Best Screenplay at the Mar del Plata Film Festival and Best Film at the Miami Film Festival. Solomonoff has also worked as a teacher and mentor, sharing her knowledge and expertise with aspiring filmmakers. She is considered one of the most prominent voices in Argentine cinema today.

Valeria Lorca

Valeria Lorca (May 8, 1968 Buenos Aires-) also known as Vale is an Argentine actor. She has one child, Lucio Ferrigno.

Throughout her career in acting, Valeria has appeared in various films, TV shows, and theater productions. Her notable works include her roles in the films "Pigs" (1992), "Road to Hell" (1997), and "Felicitas" (2008). She also gained attention for her performance in the TV series "En Terapia" (2012-2013) and "El Marginal" (2016-2019). Valeria received critical acclaim and was awarded Best Supporting Actress at the Argentine Academy Awards for her portrayal of Berta in the film "Soldier" (2017). In addition to acting, she is also a director and acting coach, having directed the play "Five Women Wearing the Same Dress" in 2016. Valeria is also known for her activism work and support for various causes, such as human rights and gender equality.

Silvana Sosto

Silvana Sosto (June 29, 1968 Buenos Aires-) is an Argentine actor.

She is best known for her roles in popular telenovelas such as "Chiquititas," "Rebelde Way," and "Los Simuladores." Sosto began her acting career in the 1990s and quickly gained recognition for her talent and charisma on screen. In addition to her work on television, she has appeared in several films and stage productions throughout her career. Sosto is known for her commitment to social causes and has been involved in various charity projects over the years. She has received numerous awards for her contributions to the entertainment industry, and continues to be a respected figure in Argentine theater and television.

Marcela Guerty

Marcela Guerty (June 7, 1968 Olavarría-) otherwise known as Marcela Geraghty, Marcela Marta Guerty or Marcela Marta Geraghty Zabalza is an Argentine actor, screenwriter and television producer. Her child is called Jano Vitale.

Marcela Guerty began her career as an actor in Argentine theatre. She later transitioned to television where she starred in popular series such as "Muñeca Brava" and "Son de Fierro". Guerty also worked as a screenwriter for various TV shows including the Argentinian version of "Grey's Anatomy".

In addition to her work as an actor and screenwriter, Guerty has also produced numerous television series. She founded her own production company in 2010 and has produced successful shows such as "Los Simuladores" and "Graduados".

Outside of her career in entertainment, Guerty is known for her support of various social causes. She has been involved in campaigns to promote gender equality and combat violence against women in Argentina.

Despite living in the United States for several years with her husband, musician Pedro Aznar, and their son, Guerty has continued to work on Argentinian television productions. She is considered one of the most influential figures in the Argentinian entertainment industry.

Millie Stegmann

Millie Stegmann (May 2, 1968 Buenos Aires-) also known as Millie Stegman or Milagros Stegmann is an Argentine actor.

She began her acting career in the 1990s with appearances in Argentine telenovelas such as "De Corazón" and "Dulce Ana." Her breakout role came in 1999 when she played the villainous character of Jimena in the popular telenovela "Verano del '98."

Stegmann has also acted in films, including "La Fuga" and "Las Veredas de Saturno," and has made appearances in international television shows such as "CSI: Miami." Additionally, she has lent her voice to dubbing work for movies and TV shows in Spanish.

Outside of acting, Stegmann is known for her activism, particularly in the areas of animal rights and environmental conservation. She has participated in protests against animal cruelty and supported various organizations dedicated to protecting wildlife and the environment.

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