Marcelo Birmajer Net Worth

Marcelo Birmajer Net Worth is

Marcelo Birmajer Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Marcelo Birmajer (born November 29, 1966 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine Jewish author. The grandson of Romanian, Polish, Lithuanian and Syrian immigrants. Best known for writing the script for the 2004 film El abrazo partido. Birmajer's work usually revolves around the Porteño neighbourhood of Once and its colorful inhabitants. Most stories feature Jewish characters, and he frequently uses for them the names Javier, or Mordejai (Hebrew: מרדכי‎) depending on the character's level of religious observance. He also addresses Jewish issues such as synagogue attendance, Bar Mitzvahs, and the ever present alternative to immigrate to Israel.Other recurrent subjects are married life, especially in his series "Stories of married men" (Spanish: Historias de hombres casados), and the Argentine society and its crisis. Many of Birmajer's works have clear autobiographical lines, presenting a main character who is himself a writer. An important part of his bibliography, specially in his beginnings, is youth literature.Birmajer is a frequent contributor to one or two newspapers throughout the Spanish-speaking world.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthNovember 29, 1966
Place Of BirthBuenos Aires, Argentina
Star SignSagittarius


Francisco, El Jesuita2015TV Mini-Series screenplay - 4 episodes
Periodismo para todos2012TV Series writer
City Hunters2006TV Series written by - 8 episodes
No matarás2004Documentary
Lost Embrace2004
Un cuento de Navidad2002TV Movie tale
Sol de noche. La historia de Olga y Luis2002Documentary writer
Un día con Angela1993Short writer


La noche de Mirtha2016TV SeriesHimself - Guest
La vereda de la sombra2005DocumentaryInterviewed
No matarás2004DocumentaryHimself

Won Awards

2004Clarin AwardClarín Entertainment AwardsBest Screenplay - Film (Cine: Mejor Guion)El abrazo partido (2004)
2004Screenplay AwardLleida Latin-American Film FestivalEl abrazo partido (2004)
2002Best Unpublished ScreenplayHavana Film Festival

Nominated Awards

2005Silver CondorArgentinean Film Critics Association AwardsBest Screenplay, Original (Mejor Guión Original de Ficción)El abrazo partido (2004)

Known for movies

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