Osvaldo Guidi

Osvaldo Oreste Guidi (born in Máximo Paz, Argentina on 10 March 1964 – died in Buenos Aires on 17 October 2011) was an Argentinian cinema, theater and television actor, and a dramaturge and theater director. He committed suicide by hanging.[1][2][3]

He studied acting and theater pedagogy and for twenty years engaged in teaching in his Buenos Aires theater studio. He appeared in many theater productions (as an actor, writer and director), films, and television series.[4]

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

  • 1979: Contragolpe
  • 1980: Canción de Buenos Aires
  • 1982: Plata dulce
  • 1998: Tango
  • 2000: Apariencias
  • 2000: Sin reserva
  • 2004: Peligrosa obsesión

TelevisionEdit

  • 1988: La bonita página
  • 1988: De carne somos
  • 1989: Rebelde
  • 1991: Chiquilina mía
  • 1991: Celeste
  • 1992: Antonella
  • 1993: Zona de riesgo
  • 1993: Casi todo casi nada
  • 1994: Milagros
  • 1994: Con alma de tango
  • 1994: Más allá del horizonte
  • 1995: Poliladron
  • 1998: Muñeca brava
  • 2000: Primicias
  • 2000: Amor latino
  • 2002: Infieles
  • 2003: Resistiré
  • 2003: Costumbres argentinas
  • 2004: La niñera
  • 2005: Amor mío
  • 2006: Se dice amor

TheaterEdit

as playwright and director
  • Ibseniana
  • Tango mortal
  • Milonga de ángeles
  • Sexo necesidad maldita
  • Yepeto
as actor
  • Feizbuk Stars
  • Escoria
  • Partes iguales
  • Ibseniana
  • Cyrano de Bergerac
  • Volpone y el zorro
  • Scapino
  • Tango mortal
  • Milonga de ángeles
  • Sexo necesidad maldita

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Se suicidó Osvaldo Guidi en su escuela de teatro" [Osvaldo Guidi committed suicide in his theater school]. MinutoUno (in Spanish). 17 October 2011. Archived from the original on 20 November 2011. Retrieved 25 May 2020.
  2. ^ "Se suicidó el actor Osvaldo Guidi" [Actor Osvaldo Guidi committed suicide]. Exitoina (in Spanish). 17 October 2011. Retrieved 25 May 2020.
  3. ^ "Soap opera star Osvaldo Guidi was killed himself". PlusThings.com. 19 October 2011. Archived from the original on 28 March 2015. Retrieved 25 May 2020.
  4. ^ "Osvaldo Guidi". Alternativa Teatral (in Spanish). Retrieved 25 May 2020.