How much is Ricardo Dar\u00edn worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Ricardo Dar\u00edn? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Ricardo Dar\u00edn's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Ricardo Alberto Dar\u00edn (Buenos Aires, Argentina, January 16, 1957) is an Argentine actor and director, whose career began in the television industry at the end of the 60s and, since then, He has appeared in films where he plays dramatic and comedic roles. He is known for his portrayal of the swindler Marcos in the 2000 film Nueve reinas, and of the retired judicial agent Benjam\u00edn Esposito in the Oscar-winning drama El secreto de sus ojos (2009). He has also appeared in more than forty films, including critical hits such as The Son of the Bride, Luna de Avellaneda, The Aura, Carancho, A Chinese Tale, White Elephant, Thesis on a Homicide and Wild Tales. \n He starred in three films nominated for the highest award in the Anglo-Saxon commercial film industry, the \u00d3scar Award. His acknowledgments include twelve nominations for the Condor de Plata Award and four for the Goya Award.In 2015 he won the Goya Award for Best Actor and the Silver Shell for Best Actor for his performance in the dramatic comedy Truman. of 2017 he received the Donostia prize for his career at the San Sebastian Festival, being the first Latin American to receive it. As for her private life, she was associated with Florencia Bas in 1987, with whom she has two children: Ricardo \u00abChino\u00bb and Clara. \n \n\nRicardo_Dar\u00edn's Biography \n First years \n He was ten when he made his debut in theater with his parents, Ricardo Dar\u00edn (father) and Ren\u00e9e Roxana. Although it is clear that despite his remarkable work, Dar\u00edn does not have an academic background in theater. At sixteen, he achieves stability within the world of Argentine television in programs such as "Alta Comedia" or "Estaci\u00f3n Retiro." Under the direction of Alberto Migr\u00e9, the biggest Argentine soap opera producer, he achieved considerable popularity as a protagonist in several of his productions. Dar\u00edn has Italian and Lebanese ancestry. \n Decade 1980: television success \n In the decade of the 80s, and still with Migr\u00e9, Dar\u00edn leaps to fame as part of the "galancitos", a group of young actors who transferred television successes to the world of theater. The galancitos harvest an incredible fame and thousands of followers are distributed throughout Argentina, making each performance a complete success. She starred in 1987 the telenovela Estrellita M\u00eda, with Andrea Del Boca, and two years later headed Rebelde, with Grecia Colmenares. \n Far from remaining stuck in the roles of beau, in the 90s he reaps his greatest triumph in the world of television as a comedian, sharing a poster with Luis Brandoni in the series "Mi cu\u00f1ado", a version of a series of the decade of the 70, from 1993 to 1996. \n Decade 1990: cinematographic success \nRicardo Dar\u00edn at the Montreal Film Festival with Jeanine Meerapfel and Jos\u00e9 Miguel Onaindia. \n Despite his constant work in the world of television, Dar\u00edn never leaves the theater and continues to perform works such as La pareja pareja (1984), Taxi (1985), Sugar (1986-1987), Rumors (1990), Something in common (1995) and Art (1997-1999). As a theater director, he made his debut in 1990, with the play Birds in the Nait, starring Adri\u00e1n Suar, Diego Torres, Leonardo Sbaraglia, among others. \n Discreetly enters the world of the big screen appearing in films destined, above all, to young audiences such as I was born on the riverbank, This is life, The rabona, The successes of love, The tent of love, The disco of love or the song of Buenos Aires. Try a change to a record in the world of cinema and new films, The Revenge, Revenge of a friend or La Rosales, but the real success of Darin would take a little longer to arrive. \n The review was set in Dar\u00edn and praised him with his role in the film Perdido por perdido, along with Enrique Pinti directed by debutant Alberto Lecchi. Later he participated in El faro, by Eduardo Mignogna and starred in El mismo amor, the same rain by Juan Jos\u00e9 Campanella, again being his praiseworthy role. But his final leap is achieved with his role as Marcos, a small-time thief in an Argentina that begins to agonize economically, in the movie Nine Queens. Dar\u00edn shone in this film that co-starred with Gast\u00f3n Pauls and finally got a strong name in the Argentine film industry. \n Decade 2000: international recognition \n After the great success of Nueve queens Ricardo had a small, but effective, role in 2001 again under the orders of Mignogna in the film La fuga. That same year he starred in El hijo de la novia, along with the actors Norma Aleandro and H\u00e9ctor Alterio. The film was another blockbuster and critical success, leading her to be nominated for "Best Foreign Language Film" at the 2002 Oscars. \n He starred in the film comedy Samy and I, together with Angie Cepeda, in 2002. The following year, he headed the drama Kamchatka with Cecilia Roth, shortlisted for the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. \n In 2004 he starred next to Mercedes Mor\u00e1n Luna de Avellaneda trying to rescue the social and sports club of his parents. In 2005 in the El aura he played the role of a taxidermist with photographic memory wrapped in a predicament that he did not want to be a part of. For the latter he won the C\u00f3ndor de Plata and Clar\u00edn awards for best actor. \n In 2006, along with Juan Jos\u00e9 Campanella, he was granted Spanish nationality by letter of nature, a special concession from the Kingdom of Spain to people of particular merit, and that same year he starred in the Spanish film La educaci\u00f3n de las hadas alongside Baby and Irene Jacob. \n In 2007 he participated in the XXY film, which shows him as the complex father of a fifteen-year-old hermaphrodite teenager. The same year, he starred and made his directorial debut with La se\u00f1al, continuing the project left half-way by Eduardo Mignogna after his death. \n In 2009, together with Soledad Villamil and Guillermo Francella, starred in El secreto de sus ojos, a dramatic film by Juan Jos\u00e9 Campanella, winner of the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film at the 82nd Academy Awards Awards The film was established as the second best box office in the history of Argentine cinema. For his portrayal of Benjam\u00edn Esp\u00f3sito, Ricardo won the C\u00f3ndor de Plata award for best actor, and his first nomination for the Goya award, in the same category. He was also awarded as best male performance at the Havana Film Festival. \n The same year he performed in Spain in the film El baile de la Victoria, being nominated again for the Goya award, this time as best supporting actor. \n Decade 2010: recent works \nRicardo Dar\u00edn with Paul and Maik at the premiere of Thesis about a homicide. \n In 2010 he released Carancho, a film he starred with Martina Gusm\u00e1n under the direction of Pablo Trapero, impersonating an unscrupulous lawyer. He also worked again with Susana Gim\u00e9nez starring in a series of commercials of Fr\u00e1vega. \n In 2011, together with Muriel Santa Ana and Ignacio Huang, he directed Un cuento chino, a comedy film directed by Sebasti\u00e1n Borensztein, with a blockbuster a few days after the premiere. The same year he received the Konex Platinum Award for Best Film Actor and the Konex de Brillante for the Major Figure of the Argentine Show from the decade 2001-2010. \n In 2012 he starred in Elefante Blanco, again with Martina Gusm\u00e1n. The following year he starred in the blockbusters Thesis about a homicide and Seventh. \n In 2013 he returned to the theater as protagonist, for two consecutive years, of the play Escenas de la vida coniugal, together with Valeria Bertuccelli. In 2015 he again headed the theater play in Mar del Plata with \u00c9rica Rivas. He received the Estrella de Mar award for best actor in dramatic comedy, for his performance in that work. \n In 2014 he starred in the film, hitherto, highest grossing in the history of Argentine cinema: Relatos salvajes, together with Leonardo Sbaraglia, Oscar Mart\u00ednez, Erica Rivas, Rita Cortese, Dar\u00edo Grandinetti and Julieta Zylberberg. This is his third Oscar nominated film, for which he was nominated for the third time in his career for the Goya Award in Spain, as best actor. \n He returns to the cinema, in 2015, as the protagonist of Truman, shot in Spain and Canada and directed by the Catalan Cesc Gay. He received the Silver Shell for it at the San Sebastian Festival, and the Goya at the better actor. \n In December 2016, the Government of Spain awarded him the Gold Medal for Merit in the Fine Arts. \n In 2017, Dar\u00edn receives the Donostia Award for the 65th edition of the San Sebastian International Film Festival, within the framework of the presentation of the film La Cordillera. The most important honorific award of the Zinemaldia recognizes the trajectory of the Argentinean interpreter, who has worked with filmmakers such as Adolfo Aristarain, Juan Jose Campanella, Fabi\u00e1n Bielinsky, Fernando Trueba, Pablo Trapero, Cesc Gay or Santiago Miter. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Ricardo Dar\u00edn\n\nThe Ricardo Dar\u00edn's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.