Sergio Kleiner

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Sergio Kleiner (born March 23, 1936 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an Argentine actor of soap operas and the cinema of Mexico.

He started his acting career at the age of 21 at a play in Buenos Aires. He then toured with the theater company to Central America and Mexico where he obtained a role in Los padres terribles of Jean Cocteau the following year (1962).

In 1968 he obtained his first roles in telenovelas in Mujeres sin amor and Juventud divino tesoro both with Irma Lozano. The same year he obtained his first starring role in Fando y Lis, a film by Alejandro Jodorowsky. Three years later he participated in the classic La generala starred by María Félix. In 1984 he played a doctor in "Ya nunca más" one of the films starred by singer Luis Miguel. He would spend the next decade acting in Televisa when in 1998 he moved to rival network TV Azteca to act in La casa del naranjo and six more telenovelas in the next seven years. In 2005 he returned to film with the movie Morirse está en Hebreo.

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