Linda Peretz

Graduated from Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes (Argentine National School of Fine Arts).

Gradutated from  Escuela Nacional de Arte Dramático (Argentine National School of Drama).

For her completion of studies at the National Conservatory she played Soledad para Cuatro by Ricardo Halac.

She debuted her professional acting career in Leopoldo Torre Nilsson’s film El ojo by la cerradura.

She debuted in professional theater with the play The Tutor by Bertolt Brecht
Linda participated in many feature films, among them: El ídolo, Pimienta, La buena vida, La boutique, Martín Fierro, Ché OVNI, Chão, amor, Maternidad sin hombres, El dependiente, Somos novios, Quiero llenarme by ti, El bulín, Los debutantes en el amor, ¡Qué noche by casamiento!, La vida continúa, Los mochileros, Blum, Una cabaña en la pampa, Mosaico, Los Buenos sentimientos, Los neuróticos, La maffia, Juegos by verano, José María and María José: Una pareja by hoy, Clínica with música, Sobre gustos and colores, Un viaje by locos, Hay que romper la rutina, Seguro by castidad, Rebeldía, El profesor erótico, Las locas, Hotel by señoritas and Delito by corrupción.

Her work in theater includes Sin Salida by James Kirkup with Rodolfo Bebán and Fernanda Mistral, Los 120 días by Sodoma, by Marquis de Sade, The Rocky Horror Show, by Richard O’Brien, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams, La vera historia de Salomé by Miguel Ángel Rondano (musical), Yo argentino, with Rudy Chernicoff, Cena de Matrimonios with Alberto Closas, Al fin and al cabo es mi vida with Duilio Marzio, Pan y circo with Enrique pinti, Souffle, Potiche with Mirtha Legrand directed by Daniel Tinayre, Taxi, by Ray Cooney, Compañía, El enganche,  Las chicas del calendario,  Mix.

Linda PeretzIn 1992 she began her acting career in children’s theater with Popeye and Olive and later she created the character La Flaca Escopeta for theater and television.

With this character she stars in different theater plays among them Árbol de la Ilusión by Hugo Midón,  Misión Hamburguesa (musical), La Flaca dispara de nuevo, El club de la Flaca (theater and television) and La Flaca Clásica featuring an on stage chamber orchestra.

In 2001 Linda debuted with No seré feliz pero tengo marido by Viviana Gomez Thorpe, directed by Manuel González Gil.

She went on tour with this play to Madrid, Barcelona, Ciudad de México, Montreal Guadalajara, Puebla, cities in Uruguay and she has been on a national tour around Argentina since 2002 until this day.

On September 2016, after a tour in Madrid, she  started her 16 season.

She is currently president of La Casa del Teatro, an entity founded in 1927 that shelters and protects actors and actresses who in their old age, look for a place worthy to live.
http://casadelteatro.org.ar/

Awards:
She received numerous awards including Premio Estrella de Mar for Popeye and Olive (best theater play), Premio Estrella de Mar for  La flaca escopeta and No seré feliz pero tengo marido. Martín Fierro de cable for  La flaca escopeta, Premio el oso y el madroño in Madrid for No seré feliz pero tengo marido,  Best Actress by the Asociación de críticos de la Ciudad de México, Premio Florencio Sánchez for  No seré feliz pero tengo marido, Premio Atrevidas awarded by  Juana Patiño.