Norma Aleandro

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Norma Aleandro
Norma Aleandro
Birthday/Birthplace Norma Aleandro Robledo
(1936-05-02) May 2, 1936
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Profession(s) Actress
Active Years 1952–present
Wife/Husband Oscar Ferrigno (divorced)
Eduardo Le Poole
Kid(s) Oscar Ferrigno (son)

Norma Aleandro (Buenos Aires, May 2, 1936) is an actress, screenwriter and director of Argentine theater.

She starred in La historia oficial (1985), the first Argentine film to win the Oscar for the best foreign film in 1986, for which she won the Cannes Film Festival award for best actress. For her role in Gaby: True Story (1989) became the first Argentine actress to be nominated for an Oscar. He also had small roles in Hollywood films such as Cousins ​​(1989), One Man’s War (1991) and The City Of Your Final Destination (2009).

Norma Aleandro’s Biography


Daughter of the actors Pedro Aleandro and María Luisa Robledo, and younger sister of María Vaner, make their first roles at the age of 9 at the Smart theater, with their parents.

Later he joined the cast of Las dos carátulas, on Radio Nacional and then, performing independent theater at the Instituto de Arte Moderno, he made his film debut in 1957 with La muerte en las calles, by Leo Fleider and in 1959 he participated in the television series Historias de jóvenes, where he made several characters.

In theater he acted in the works of Euripides, Molière, Lope de Vega, Cervantes, Tirso de Molina, Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller.

In the 60’s he had special appearances in films like The Last Floor, with Santiago Arrieta and Gente conmigo, with Milagros de la Vega and he excelled in Ricardo Talesnik’s La fiaca, 1969. In this decade he began to dabble on television in cycles such as Romeo and Juliet, Love has a woman’s face, Four women for Adam, among others.

Theater and television

Aleandro with Alfredo Alcón in the 1971 film, Güemes, the land in arms.

During the ’70s he was part of the People of Theater -or Clan Stivel group- directed by David Stivel, acting in the television series Cosa judged with books by Juan Carlos Gené and Martha Mercader that between 1969-72 was one of the key programs of the Argentine television of those years; the group formed by Bárbara Mujica, Marilina Ross, Carlos Carella, Federico Luppi, Emilio Alfaro and Juan Carlos Gené received awards and high audience ratings, in addition to the humorous cycle Nosotros los villalanos.

In 1970, Stivel directed his only feature film, Los heirs, whose script he wrote with Norma Aleandro and which was presented at the Berlin Festival.

In 1989 she was invited to the Cordially program where the singer and actress Marilina Ross dedicates a song composed by herself titled Norma de vida.

He starred in several films with Alfredo Alcón, Julio De Grazia and Carlos Carella as Güemes, the land in arms and Do not touch the girl.

Of great theatrical career, he acted in Beckett, The Caucasian chalk circle, De rigorous label, My dear liar, La Piaf, and dabbled in television in cycles such as The House of the Medina, Alias ​​Bueno Mozo, Nosotros y La mujer in the crowd.

On September 8, 2016, he will return to this show at Teatro Maipo: “Little Patriots”, together with Adriana Aizemberg.

Exile and return

Threatened by the Triple A, in 1975, Aleandro had to go into exile first in Uruguay where he did Medea and then in Spain for the military dictatorship imposed in Argentina, and there he continued his career with films like Tobi and Las verdes praderas.

After six years, he returned to the country in 1981, to star in the world premiere of the play La señorita de Tacna, by Mario Vargas Llosa. Later she filmed La historia oficial, with Héctor Alterio, for which she won the Best Actress award at the international festivals of Cannes and Cartagena, she also won mention at the Chicago festival, awards from associations of international critics and was elected Best Actress of 1985 by Argentine Chroniclers.

She herself, along with Jack Valenti, were the presenters of the Best Foreign Film category at the 1985 Oscar Awards ceremony, in which the official story was won. She was also a presenter with Charlton Heston from the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires at the 1989 International Oscar Awards.

He also acted in Hollywood with Lee Remick, Anthony Hopkins and Liv Ullmann. For her work in the foreign film Gaby: A True Story was nominated for the Oscar and the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress.

He has participated in more than 40 films, including Operation Slaughter, The Crazy Seven, The Interview, Prohibido, El Faro, among others. In 1990 he starred, directed by Alejandro Doria, Cien veces no debo, with Luis Brandoni and Andrea del Boca, and then with Federico Luppi Las graves. In that decade she also participated in a short film, in a film based on a moment in the life of Carlos Monzón and starred in Sol de otoño, for which she was awarded Best Actress in the international festivals of San Sebastian and Havana and received by second once the Chronicler’s prize.

In 1997 and 2012 she played Maria Callas in the Master class piece.

Norma with Francisco Rinaldi, in 1998.

In 2001, she performed with Ricardo Darín and Héctor Alterio in El hijo de la novia, which was a great success receiving the Konex de Brillante Award that same year. She starred in the films Cleopatra, Loved Ones, Cama adentro, Identidad perdida, composed a voice character in Patoruzito, the great adventure, performed with Natalia Oreiro and Diego Peretti in Música en espera and with Alejandra Manzo and Leonor Manso in Anita.

In 2009 he starred in the theater play Agosto, with Mercedes Morán.

In 2012 he appears in the new fiction of Pol-ka Producciones for Canal 13 Lobo with Gonzalo Heredia. He is also part of the cast of Canal 7 fiction, in Therapy, starring Diego Peretti, Julieta Cardinali, Germán Palacios, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Dolores Fonzi and Ailín Salas. In the same she interprets to Lucía Aranda, supervisor of Guillermo.

In 2004 she was appointed as the first president of the Academy of Arts and Cinematographic Sciences of Argentina.

In 2014 she was honored in the Chamber of Deputies of the Argentine Nation for her career and merit, and she received a Doctorate Honoris Causa from UADE.

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