Argentine Actor Pablo Cedrón Dies


Pablo Cedrón who has a prominent Argentine film, television and theater actor, died this past Wednesday at the age of 59 in Buenos Aires, the causes of his death have not been disclosed.

Born Pablo Aquiles Cedrón Elichiridehety in Mar del Plata on January 7, 1958, he made his acting debut in the 1971 film El habilitado, directed by his uncle, Jorge Cedrón. Shortly after, he'd become a regular in local productions, becoming a popular actor particularly on television.

His film credits include La Raulito (1975) by Lautaro Murúa, El juguete rabioso (1984) by Aníbal Di Salvo and José María Paolantonio, Las barras bravas (1985) by Enrique Carreras, Río escondido / Hidden River (1999) by Mercedes García, The Wind / El viento (2005) by Eduardo Mignogna, abd Six Shooters / Aballay, el hombre sin miedo (2010) by Fernando Spiner.

Cedrón also had a notable participation in the New Argentinean Cinema having worked with numerous key filmmakers including the late Lucho Bender in Felicidades (2000), his cousin Lucía Cedrón in In Absentia / En ausencia (2002), the late Fabián Bielinsky in The Aura / El aura (2005), Benjamín Naishtat in The Movement / El movimiento (2015), Emiliano Torres in The Winter / El invierno (2016), and Israel Adrián Caetano in The Lost Brother / El otro hermano (2017).

His last performance was in the 2017 Spanish-Argentinean coproduction You Only Live Once / Sólo se vive una vez (2017) by Federico Cueva opposite Peter Lanzani, Gérard Depardieu, and Santiago Segura.