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|Born||September 13, 1896|
|Died||June 25, 1982 (age 85)|
Tito Lusiardo (September 13, 1896 – June 25, 1982 in Buenos Aires) was an iconic Argentine film actor and tango singer of the classic era.
Lusiardo began acting for film in 1933 and made some 50 film appearances as an actor.
He began appearing in tango films in the 1930s such as Idolos de la radio (1934), Así es el tango (1937), Adiós Buenos Aires (1938) and Así te quiero (1942).
In 1951 he appeared in the Cuban musical A La Habana me voy . He retired from the industry in 1969.
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