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Darío Grandinetti

Darío Grandinetti
Darío Grandinetti
Born (1959-03-05) March 5, 1959
Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina
Occupation Actor
Spouse(s) Marisa Mondino (1995-2006)
Eulalia Lombarte Llorca (1989-1992)
Awards Cartagena Film Festival Award for Best Actor
1999 El Día que Murió el Silencio
Fantasporto Award for Best Actor
2004 Killing Words
Gramado Film Festival Award for Best Actor
1993 El Lado oscuro del corazón
Havana Film Festival Award for Best Actor
1992 El Lado oscuro del corazón

Darío Grandinetti (born March 5, 1959 in Rosario) is an Argentine actor. Among many other films, he worked under the direction of Pedro Almodóvar in the Academy Award winner Talk to Her.

Grandinetti started as a television actor to slowly move towards the cinema. His filmography is mainly of Argentine production or co-productions with his country. His first work in a foreign production was the Bolivian El Día que murió el silencio of 1998, and has recently worked in a number of Spanish films, and also participated as guest in Spanish TV series. He is considered one of the most important Argentine actors. In 2012 he won an International Emmy Award for his role in Televisión por la Inclusión (2011).


All Argentine productions unless otherwise stated:

  • Darse cuenta, 1984
  • Esperando la carroza, 1985
  • La Búsqueda, 1985
  • Les Longs manteaux, 1986 (France-Argentina)
  • Seguridad personal, 1986
  • Las Puertitas del señor López, 1988
  • Cien veces no debo, 1990
  • La Pandilla aventurera, 1990
  • El Lado oscuro del corazón, 1992 (Canada-Argentina)
  • La Balada de Donna Helena, 1994
  • Las Cosas del querer: Segunda parte, 1995 (Spain-Argentina)
  • No te mueras sin decirme adónde vas, 1995
  • El Dedo en la llaga, 1996 (Spain-Argentina)
  • Despabílate amor, 1996
  • Sus ojos se cerraron y el mundo sigue andando, 1997 (Spain-Argentina)
  • El Día que Murió el Silencio, 1998 (Bolivia)
  • El Amateur, 1999
  • Operación Fangio, 1999 (Spain-Argentina-Cuba)
  • La Casa de Tourner, 2001
  • El Lado oscuro del corazón 2, 2001 (Spain-Argentina)
  • Talk to Her 2002 (Spain)
  • Ilusión de movimiento, 2003
  • Tiempo de tormenta, 2003 (Spain)
  • Killing Words, 2003 (Spain)
  • El juego de Arcibel, 2003
  • Ciudad del sol, 2003
  • El Año del diluvio 2004 (France-Italy-Spain)
  • Próxima salida, 2004
  • Segundo asalto, 2005 (Spain)
  • La peli, 2006 (Argentina-Uruguay)
  • Quiereme, 2007 (Argentina-Spain)
  • Wild Tales, 2014
  • Francis: Pray for me,
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