Jorge Bosso was born Jorge Óscar Bosso Cuello in Argentina in 1941. At twenty-two he left his home country to London, with a scholarship to study drama. In London he worked as an actor and producer for the BBC, and soon collaborated with the English union within the host committee of the South American exiles. He then spent twenty-six years in Spain, eighteen of which were involved in trade unionism, always within the art world.
He’s appeared in over 60 films and television appearances beginning with an appearance in the British TV series ‘Play for Today’ in 1975, using the alias Giorgio Bosso.
Given his experience in trade unionism in Spain, Bosso was a naturally selected to set up the CCOO and UGT Argentinian actors unions when they began to take shape.
In addition to his membership in this organization he holds the positions of secretary general of the Federation of Spanish Actors and is also President of the European Council of Artists, which is headquartered in Copenhagen.
BOSSO, Jorge (aka George Bosso, Giorgio Bosso, Giorgo Bosso, Jorge Boscar Bosso) (Jorge Óscar Bosso Cuello) [1941, Argentina - ] – TV actor, Secretary General of the Spanish Actors Union, President of the European Council of Artists.
Sons of Trinity – 1994 (1st gunslinger)
One Man’s Hero – 1998 (Colonel Maximo Nexor)