Juan Diego Botto Movies and Career Information

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Aug 29, 1975
Buenos Aires
Actor, Director and Writer

Juan Diego Botto-Rota (born August 29, 1975, in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an Argentine-Spanish actor. Botto's father disappeared during the Argentine Dirty War when Juan Diego was only two years old. With his mother and older sister María, also an actress, he moved to Madrid, Spain, were he currently resides. Botto started acting at the age of 5 in his first role in Juego De Poder. With 37 films under his belt, he is a very accomplished and highly acclaimed actor in Spain. His role in the 1999 film Sobreviviré (I will survive) got him not only more national recognition but also at a global level, with the film dubbed into numerous languages and dialects. It was a hard-hitting film about a woman who falls in love with a man who is, though unknown to her, homosexual. Botto's career as an actor has taken him beyond the big screen and onto the stage starring in several critically acclaimed plays in Spain. He has also directed a play called Privilegio de ser perro ("Privilege of being a dog"), a play about the tough life that immigrants are subject to while trying to sneak into a country, and their life after that. Currently Juan Diego lives in Madrid with his partner, the Spanish

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