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|Birth Date/Birth Place||Ricardo Darín
(1957-01-16) January 16, 1957
Buenos Aires, Argentina
|Partner(s)||Susana Giménez (1978–1987)
Florencia Bas (1988–present)
|Kid(s)||Clara Darín, Ricardo Darín jr|
Ricardo Darín (1957-) is a leading Argentinean actor for his performances in films like The Nine Queens, The Son of the Bride, El Aura, XXY, In his eyes, Carancho and The New Savages, among others. He also has Spanish nationality since 2006.
Ricardo Darin’s Biography
Ricardo Darín was born on January 16, 1957 in Buenos Aires in a family very related to the world of the spectacle. He is the older brother of actress Alejandra Darín. At the age of ten, he started at the theater accompanied by his parents, Ricardo Darín and Renée Roxana. Although he worked hard, Darín never took a theater class. At age 16, he gets roles on Argentine television in programs like High Comedy or Retiro Stop. Under the direction of Alberto Migré, the great Argentine director of telenovelas, he is enjoying considerable popularity as he performs in various productions.
In the 1980s and always with Migré, Darín crossed a course and knew glory by being part of the galancitos, a group of young actors who spend television hit series in the world of theater. The galancitos are enjoying considerable success and thousands of admirers are following them all over Argentina, making each performance a complete success. Far from being stuck in roles of handsome boy, he continued in the 1990s his triumph in the world of television as a comedian, sharing the poster with Luis Brandoni in the series My brother-in-law, remake of a series of years 1960.
Despite his work on television, Darín has never abandoned theater and continues to play in works like Sucre, Strange couple, Taxi, Something in common and Art. He discreetly enters the world of the big screen by appearing in films intended especially for young audiences such as I was born on the shores, So is life, The truancy school, The success of love, The Tent of the Love, The Discotheque of Love or The Song of Buenos Aires. He tries a change in another register in the world of cinema and participates in new films such as Revenge, Revenge of a friend or La Rosales, but Darin’s real success comes later.
Criticism praises him for his performance in Lost for Lost, directed by beginner Alberti Lecchi. Later, he participates in Eduardo Mignogna’s film The Lighthouse and knows success in The Same Love, the same rain of Juan José Campanella.
He obtained the consecration in 2000 with the role of Marcos, a small thief in Argentina who begins to agonize economically in The Nine Queens. Darín shines in this film with Gastón Pauls and becomes a man of weight in the Argentine film industry. After the great success of the film, he obtained in 2001 a small role, but effective, always under the direction of Eduardo Mignogna in The Fugue. That same year, he played in Juan José Campanella’s Son of the Bride next to Natalia Verbeke, Héctor Alterio and Norma Aleandro. The film is another big hit in cinemas and critics, which leads to being nominated for Oscars in the best foreign film category in 2002.
In 2004, he played in Juan José Campanella’s Luna de Avellaneda, where he tried to save his parents’ social and sports club, and in 2005 in Fabián Bielinsky’s El Aura, where he played a taxidermist in photographic memory. , caught in a gear.
In 2006, he received, with Juan José Campanella, the Spanish nationality by naturalization, a special award of the Kingdom of Spain for people with a particular merit.
In 2007, in XXY of Lucía Puenzo, he plays the father of a teenager complexed by fifteen years of hermaphroditism. The same year, he played and debuted as a director in The Signal to finish the film that death prevented Eduardo Mignogna from completing.
In 2009, he played with Soledad Villamil and Guillermo Francella in Juan José Campanella’s In his eyes, a dramatic film, which won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.
In 2010, he played alongside Martina Gusmán the role of an unscrupulous lawyer in Carancho, a film by Pablo Trapero, a director he found two years later in Elefante Blanco. In 2011, he played with Muriel Santa Ana and Ignacio Huang in El Chino, a comedy directed by Sebastián Borensztein, who enjoyed success in the theater. That same year, he received the Konex Silver Award for Best Actor and the Golden Konex Award as a major figure in the Argentine show of the decade 2001-2010.
In 2014, he played Simón Fisher in Damián Szifrón’s The New Wild Beasts and Julián in Cesc Gay’s Truman, which earned him the Silver Shell for Best Actor at the San Sebastián Film Festival and the Goya of the best actor in Madrid.
In 2017, he plays the Argentine President in The Santiago Miter Summit.
At the San Sebastián International Film Festival 2017, he receives the Donostia Prize for his entire career.
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