About Susú Pecoraro
December 04, 1952
|Place of Birth||:||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Imdb Profile||:||IMDB Profile|
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Susú Pecoraro (born December 4, 1952) is Argentine film and television actress. She was cast by María Luisa Bemberg in her 1982 drama, Señora de nadie (Nobody's Wife), and in 1984, she starred in the title role in Bemberg's historical drama, Camila, portraying Camila O'Gorman, a 19th-century Argentine socialite. The role earned her a Best Actress award at the Karlovy Vary and Havana Film Festivals. Later notable film roles in the decade included that of the wife of a man abducted by the dictatorship in Fernando Solanas' Sur (1987), and of Argentine intellectual in Prague in Beda Docampo Feijóo's Los Amores de Kafka (1988).