List of Argentines

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Argentines are people from Argentina. They are also called Argentinians. They are the citizens of Argentina, or their descendants abroad. Argentina is a multiethnic society, which means that it is home to people of many different ethnic backgrounds.

The list below are Argentines who are famous or notable.

Writers[change | edit source]

Roberto Arlt
Adolfo Bioy Casares
Jorge Luis Borges
Juan Gelman
Beatriz Guido
José Hernández
Leopoldo Lugones
Silvina Ocampo
Ernesto Sabato
María Elena Walsh

Composers[change | edit source]

Juan de Dios Filiberto
Ástor Piazzolla
Ariel Ramírez
Lalo Schifrin

Arts[change | edit source]

Martha Argerich
Marcelo Álvarez
Norma Fontenla
Sol Gabetta
Joaquín Lavado (Quino)
Lola Mora
Emilio Pettoruti
Eduardo Sívori
Xul Solar

Fashion[change | edit source]

Entertainment[change | edit source]

Héctor Alterio
Pampita Ardohain
Gato Barbieri
María Luisa Bemberg
Gustavo Cerati
Ricardo Darín
Raúl di Blasio
Ulíses Dumont
Carlos Gardel
León Gieco
Roberto Goyeneche
Olivia Hussey
Libertad Lamarque
Lorenzo Lamas
Federico Luppi
Fito Páez
Mario Pergolini
Osvaldo Pugliese
Gustavo Santaolalla
Lidia "Pinky" Satragno
María Marta Serra Lima
Fernando "Pino" Solanas
Pepe Soriano and Julia von Grolman
Mercedes Sosa
Luis Alberto Spinetta
Lita Stantic
Marcello Tinelli
Leopoldo Torre Nilsson and Alfredo Alcón
Aníbal Troilo
Atahualpa Yupanqui

A-K[change | edit source]

L-Z[change | edit source]

Journalism[change | edit source]

Tomás Eloy Martínez
Roberto Noble

Other categories[change | edit source]

Ladislao Biro
Alejandro Bustillo
Mauricio Macri
Jorge Newberry
Carlos Thays

Sports teams[change | edit source]

Sports[change | edit source]

Gabriel Batistuta
Juan Martín del Potro
Juan Manuel Fangio
Emanuél Ginobili
Diego Maradona
Lionel Messi
David Nalbandian
Andrés Nocioni
Gabriela Sabatini
Guillermo Vilas

(See Category:Argentine sportspeople for a complete list)

Religion[change | edit source]

Ceferino Namuncurá

Royalty[change | edit source]

Princess Máxima of the Netherlands

Public service[change | edit source]

Manuel Belgrano
Guillermo Brown
José de San Martín
Cristina and Néstor Kirchner
Mariano Moreno
Evita and Juan Perón
Che Guevara
Roque Sáenz Peña
Domingo Sarmiento
Hipólito Yrigoyen

Military[change | edit source]

Politics[change | edit source]

Sciences[change | edit source]

René Favaloro
Bernardo Houssay
Luis Federico Leloir
Domingo Liotta
Juan Vucetich

References[change | edit source]

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