Aníbal Di Salvo

Aníbal Di Salvo



Aníbal Di Salvo is an Argentine actor, director, and theatre professor who has made a significant contribution to the world of Argentine theatre. He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1955, and has been a part of the local theatre scene since his early youth.

Di Salvo started his career in the 1970s, when he received his first professional role in the film, “La Noche del Terror Ciego”. From there, he moved into theatre, making his stage debut in “La Cazadora” in 1974. He quickly rose to prominence, appearing in numerous plays and films throughout the 1970s and 1980s, including “La Historia de un Flechador”, “El inmortal”, “La fuga de los malditos”, and “La Mirada de los Otros”.

Di Salvo's career took a major turn in the early 1990s, when he became the artistic director of the Teatro Municipal de Buenos Aires. He held the position for nearly a decade, and during his tenure, he oversaw the production of some of the city's most acclaimed theatrical works. This included his own adaptation of the classic play, “Los hermanos Karamazov”, and the original works “El Buque Fantasma” and “Cuando los Ángeles Duermen”.

Di Salvo has also made a name for himself as a director and professor. He has directed a number of plays and films for the Teatro Municipal de Buenos Aires, and he currently teaches courses in theatre and film production at the Universidad de Buenos Aires. He is also a respected theatre critic, having published several books and articles on the art form.

Throughout his career, Di Salvo has been recognized for his contributions to the world of Argentine theatre. In 2009, he was awarded the National Prize for Theatre by the Argentine government, and in 2010, he was the recipient of the Theatre Critics Association's “Outstanding Contribution Award”. He continues to be a major presence in the local theatre scene, and his work has been an inspiration to countless artists and audiences alike.

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