Marcos Montes

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Born
Marcos Esteban Montes

(1967-12-26) December 26, 1967 (age 54)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
NationalityArgentine
CitizenshipArgentina
Alma mater
  • Real Academia Espanola
  • Universidad de León
  • HB Studio
Occupation
  • Actor
  • Musician
  • Writer
Awards
  • Florencio Sánchez
  • Trinidad Guevara
  • Teatro del Mundo

Marcos Montes (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 26 december 1967) is an Argentine actor, musician and writer. In his homeland he has been awarded different prizes for his performances onstage, like the Florencio Sánchez [1], Trinidad Guevara[2], Luisa Vehil and Teatro del Mundo[3] prizes.

After becoming an actor in Argentina, he travelled to the United States to study at the HB Studio in New York. A trilingual actor, he has starred in French plays in Paris, at the Théâtre du Rond-Point and Théâtre de l'Athénée [4] since 2009. In his filmography, mainly shot in Argentina, he also worked with American directors such as James Ivory in his film The City of Your Final Destination and Roland Joffe's There Be Dragons. He is a close friend of Argentine leading actress Norma Aleandro with whom he worked in many plays in Argentina and abroad. Other films include Olympic Garage, Family Law (film), Los Marziano and My Friend from the Park and has collaborated with directors and artists such as Ana Katz, Eugenio Zanetti, Alfredo Arias (theatre producer), Marco Bechis, Daniel Burman,Julio Chávez among others.

Alongside his apperances onstage and both in films and television shows (El Maestro, El puntero), Montes is a dedicated writer and translator. He published a column on theatre and music in the legendary Argentine English-written newspaper The Buenos Aires Herald from 1997 to 2001. He also contributed to Diario Clarín, Revista Proa, Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos and many others with literary issues.

In 2019 he completed a Mastership in Hispanic Lexicography at the Real Academia Espanola and the Universidad de León.

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