Tincho Zabala

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Tincho Zabala in 1982
Martín Pedro Zabalúa Marramoti

4 February 1923
Died23 February 2001
Nationality Uruguayan
Occupationactor, comedian

Martín Pedro Zabalúa Marramoti, known as Tincho Zabala (4 February 1923 in Montevideo 23 February 2001 in Buenos Aires) was a Uruguayan actor. He was active in radio, television and movies from his debut radio broadcast in 1937 for almost 60 years. His filmography includes more than 40 films.

Selected filmography


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