Luis Machín

Luis Alfonso Manuel Machín (born April 10, 1968 in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina), better known as Luis Machín, is an Argentine theater, film and television actor. He is one of the most respected actors in the Argentine artistic medium and his extensive career includes many works in film, theater and television.

Luis Machín
Born
Luis Alfonso Manuel Machín

(1968-04-10) April 10, 1968 (age 52)
OccupationActor
Years active1996–present
Spouse(s)Gilda Scarpetta (2005–present)

BiographyEdit

He was born in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina. At 16, Luis Machín decided that he wanted to be an actor. He began studying acting in the theater workshops taught in the secondary school to which he belonged, Manuel Belgrano Commercial of the city of Rosario, attending courses taught by the actor and theater director Miguel Franchi. He continues studying at the Rosarino Center for Theater Research directed by Pepe Costa, where he carries out a large number of works. In 1986 he began studying at the National School of Theater of Rosario that opened that same year and from which he graduated in 1989 in the first promotion. In 1993, at 24 years old, he went to the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina with the aim of settling in this city and expanding his horizons as an artist. Contact the theatrical Sportivo directed by Ricardo Bartís and begins to develop in it. At the same time he takes acting courses with Alberto Ure in Canal 13.

CareerEdit

He is founder, along with other career partners, of the "Agrupación Filodramática Te quisimos con locura" group with which performs a large number of works, among which stand out Bip- du- bup, La importancia de llamarse Ernesto by Oscar Wilde and Noche de reyes by William Shakespeare. At the same time, he participates in different theater groups in the city such as Centro de Actores by Félix Reinoso, the group Arteón by Néstor Zapata and the group Sauco de Carlos Schwaderer being with the latter with which he made his first international tour in different cities of Spain in 1991 with the show of puppets and actors for adults Cabaretit. Together with the Arteón group and the work Malvinas, canto al sentimiento de un pueblo make a long tour of Venezuela. With El pecado que no se puede nombrar and Ricardo Bartís direction he toured Spain, France, Canada, Brazil, Belgium and Germany participating in the most prestigious international festivals such as Avignon, the autumn of Paris and of the Autumn of Madrid as well as the Kunsten of Belgium and the Theater of Welt of Germany. Then premieres on the Teatro San Martín works like Casa de muñecas by Henrik Ibsen, Lo que va dictando el sueño by Griselda Gambaro, in the circuito alternativo Varios pares de pies sobre piso de mármol work that is taken to Barcelona to an encounter with Harold Pinter, Cercano oriente with Alejandro Catalán, Teatro proletario de cámara in the Sportivo teatral, in the Centro Cultural Recoleta Dios perro and in the Teatro Payro Ella, by Susana Torres Molina. In the Theater The cube premiered Los padres terribles by Jean Cocteau and he comes back to Sportivo Teatral where it premieres La pesca, again with Ricardo Bartís. In 2011 with the direction of Cristina Banegas the only work written by Alberto Ure, La familia argentina and in 2012 with the direction of Daniel Veronese premieres in Argentina and for the commercial circuit La última sesión de Freud by Mark St. Germain.

FilmographyEdit

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Character Channel Notes
1996 Amor sagrado Dr. Cordero Telefe
1997 Chiquititas Dr. Mandel Telefe
1999 Vulnerables Canal 13
1999 Campeones de la vida Canal 13
2000 Tiempo final ex-con Telefe Episode: "La última cena"
2000 Ilusiones Dr. Samuel Presas Canal 13
2001 Cuatro amigas Canal 13
2002 Son amores Belucci Canal 13
2002 Tumberos President América TV
2002 Los simuladores Romagnoli Telefe Episode: "Seguro de desempleo"
2004 Padre Coraje Dr. Froilán Ponce Canal 13
2004 Epitafios Santiago Peñalver HBO
2005 Botines Lito Canal 13
2005 Mujeres asesinas Eduardo Canal 13 Episode: "Clara, la fantasiosa"
2005 Criminal Roca Canal 9
2005 Algo habrán hecho por la historia argentina Manuel Dorrego Canal 13 Episode: "La Vida Color de Rosas"
2006 Montecristo León Rocamora Telefe
2006 Hermanos y detectives Professor Fontán Telefe Episode: "El profesor Fontán"
2007 Los cuentos de Fontanarrosa Chelo TV Pública
2007 El hombre que volvió de la muerte Dante Mortensen Canal 13
2008 Mujeres asesinas Mendoza Canal 13 Episode: "Carolina, humillada"
2008 Socias Canal 13
2010 Todos contra Juan 2 Himself Telefe
2010 Para vestir santos Carlos Canal 13
2010 Alguien que me quiera Gustavo "Bambi" Melgarejo Canal 13
2010 Lo que el tiempo nos dejó Military Telefe Episode: "La ley primera"
2010 Caín y Abel Gregorio Mendel Telefe
2011 Historias de la primera vez América TV Episode: "La primevera vez en el amor"
2011 Maltratadas América TV Episode: "Eterno retorno"
2011 Televisión por la Inclusión Canal 9
2012 Lobo Toribio Páez de Toledo Canal 13
2012 La defensora Dr. Rafael Sartori TV Pública
2012 La viuda de Rafael Rafael TV Pública
2013 Historias de corazón Manuel Telefe Episode: "Para olvidar a Manuel"
2013 Las huellas del secretario Francisco Basualdo TV Pública
2013 Historia clínica Juan José Castelli Telefe Episode: "Juan José Castelli: El silencio del orador"
2014 La celebración Agustín Telefe Episode 4: "Bautismo"
2014-2015 Viudas e hijos del Rock & Roll Luis Emilio Arostegui III Telefe
2015 Cromo Rizzo TV Pública
2016 Loco por vos Claudio Telefe
2016 Educando a Nina Reinaldo Telefe
2016 Las palomas y las bombas TV Pública
2017 Vida de película TV Pública
2017 Quiero vivir a tu lado Guillermo Canal 13
2018 Sandro de América Oscar Anderle Telefe
2018 El lobista Canal 13
2018 Rizhoma Hotel Telefe
2018-2019 Mi hermano es un clon Juan Cruz Santillán Canal 13
2019 Atrapar a un ladrón Gabriel Prieto Telefe
2020 Inconvivencia Telefe

MoviesEdit

Year Movie Character Director
1999 La venganza Juan Carlos Desanzo
2000 Ojos que no ven Forensic Beda Docampo Feijóo
2000 El astillero David Lipszyc
2000 Felicidades Juan Lucho Bender
2001 Vidas privadas Eduardo Fito Páez
2002 Todos juntos Federico León
2002 Un oso rojo Sergio Adrián Caetano
2002 Claim Hotel Receptionist Martín Lagestee
2002 Potestad Colombres Luis César D'Angiolillo
2002 La entrega Police Inés de Oliveira Cézar
2005 A cada lado Hugo Grosso
2007 Maradona, the Hand of God Marcos Franchi Marco Risi
2008 La revolución es un sueño eterno Manuel Belgrano Nemesio Juárez
2010 La mosca en la ceniza Waiter José Gabriela David
2010 Plumíferos Mr. Puertas Daniel De Felippo
2010 El mural Natalio Félix Botana Héctor Olivera
2010 Sin retorno Ricardo Miguel Cohan
2011 El invierno de los raros Fabián Rodrigo Guerrero
2011 Violeta se fue a los cielos Interviewer Andrés Wood
2012 Dormir al sol Lucio Alejandro Chomski
2012 La sombra azul Commissar Sergio Schmucler
2013 Destino anunciado Pocho Jhon Dickinson
2014 Necrofobia Dante Daniel de la Vega
2016 Los últimos
2019 Sola José Cicala
2019 Así habló el cambista Federico Veiroj

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Work Result
2001 Silver Condor Awards Male Revelation El astillero Nominated
2004 Martín Fierro Awards Supporting Actor in Drama Padre Coraje Winner
2005 Martín Fierro Awards Supporting Actor in Drama Criminal Nominated
2006 Martín Fierro Awards Supporting Actor in Drama Montecristo Nominated
2007 Martín Fierro Awards Protagonist Actor of Miniseries El hombre que volvió de la muerte and Los cuentos de Fontanarrosa Nominated
2010 Martín Fierro Awards Supporting Actor Para vestir santos, Lo que el tiempo nos dejó and Caín y Abel Nominated
2011 Konex Foundation Theater Actor Trajectory of the last decade Winner
2013 Featured personality of the year, newspaper Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina Actor Year's Trajectory Winner

ReferencesEdit