Name Roberto Carnaghi
|Known for Work with Tato Bores|
Children Pablo Carnaghi
|Born May 13, 1938 (age 77) (1938-05-13) Villa Adelina|
Movies and TV shows En terapia, Elsa & Fred, Moebius, I Don't Want to Talk Abo, Autumn Sun
Similar People Mirta Busnelli, Mario Alarcon, Rita Cortese, Daniel Hendler, Juan Leyrado
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Roberto Luis Carnaghi Fernández (born May 13, 1938) is an Argentine actor who has appeared in 44 films, about 60 plays, more than 50 television programmes, and nearly 100 advertisements.
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Carnaghi was born on May 13, 1938 in Villa Adelina. He studied acting in the school of the Teatro Municipal de San Isidro and the National School of Drama, where he graduated in 1966.
He began his professional career as a stage actor in the Teatro General San Martin. His stage roles have included major roles in several plays of William Shakespeare, including King Lear and The Merchant of Venice.
Roberto Carnaghi got his start in advertising at the James Walter Thompson advertising agency. He was initially rejected, as his face was not up to standards, but he was eventually hired, and worked in nearly 100 advertisements, promoting brands such as Ford and Citroen. His work allowed him to work in TV in the 1980s, as well as some minor film roles. He became famous with his jobs at the talk shows of Tato Bores. He has worked in several genres and mediums along the years; his work with Tato Bores was comedic and his contemporary theater plays were dramas. He also worked for comedians Antonio Gasalla and Guillermo Francella.
He worked in the 2006 Argentine telenovela Montecristo, and his character referenced the kidnapping of babies of the Argentine guerrillas killed during the 1970s Dirty War. Although he is completely against such action, he tried to avoid making his character inherently evil, proposed to include in the script that he was married to an infertile wife. In that year he also received the Gold ACE Award, for his 40 years of work.
In 2012 he took part in the successful telenovela Graduados. Carnaghi and Mirta Busnelli played the parents of a Jewish family; he pointed that his relation with his sons differs from his character. He received a Tato Award as supporting actor, and he was declared a "featured personality of culture" by the legislature of the Buenos Aires city. This recognition, proposed by the legislator María José Lubertino, is complemented by a similar one from his home neighbourhood of Villa Urquiza.
Roberto Carnaghi's performances include the following: