| Marcos Zucker|
| February 15, 1921Buenos Aires, Argentina|
May 13, 2003, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Lucrezia Borgia, Juvenilia, School of Champions, El Casamiento de Chichilo
Luis Bayon Herrera, Isidoro Navarro, Augusto Cesar Vatteone
Marcos Zucker Wikipedia
Marcos Zucker (15 February 1921 – 13 May 2003) was an Argentine actor and comedian, known for his work on stage, television, and in films, he is best known for his comedic roles and appeared in 66 films.
Marcos Zucker was born into a Polish-Jewish family who immigrated to the country at the beginning of the 20th century during the great European emigration. He was born and raised in the neighborhood of Balvanera (Abasto), Buenos Aires.
Started his acting career as a dramatic actor but gradually switched to comedy. He worked in several successful comedy programs in television from the 1960s to the 1990s, especially in the acclaimed comedy-skit La Tuerca.
He also acted in several movies and in theatre in Argentina and Chile where he worked seven seasons doing Fiddler on the Roof.
During the military dictatorship called the National Reorganization Process (1976–1983) one of his sons, Ricardo Marcos was abducted by security forces, becoming a disappeared.
Marcos Zucker is buried in the actors pantheon at Chacarita Cemetery in Buenos Aires.