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Biography

Alberto Olmedo is an Argentinian actor born in Rosario on August 24th, 1933. He joined the group La Troupe Juvenil Asturiana along with Antonio Ruiz Viñas in 1951. The couple made a couple of shows like Gitanerías. In 1954, Antonio decided to move to Buenos Aires to try his luck in the world of entertainment. He debuted in the TV show La Troupe de TV and later partook in the show Joe Bazooka. He also did monologues and small sketches. In 1959, Alberto Olmedo debuted in cinema with the movie Gringalet where he played a secondary role.

In 1981, Antonio started his most successful television show called No toca botón along with Porcel, Susana Giménez, and Hugo Sofovich. Later on he played the leading role in the comedy El Bicho Tuvo la Culpa and also participated in the movie Mirame la Palomita. Throughout his career, Antonio participated in numerous movies like Barcos de Papel, Las Aventuras del Capitán Piluso, and La Herencia to name a few. He also partook in numerous TV shows like El Chupete, and Las 36 Horas de Olmedo. Alberto Olmedo passed away on March 5th, 1988.

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