Pompeyo Audivert was born on August 10, 1959 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He’s worked at Estudio El Cuervo since 1990, where he teaches regular courses on acting. He studied theater with Alejandra Boero, Carlos Brana, Max Salas, Lorenzo Quinteros and Ricardo Bartis. As an actor he’s participated in "Waiting for Godot" by Samuel Beckett, directed by Leonor Manso; " Postales argentinas", by Richard P. Audivert Bartís; and "Hamlet" by Shakespeare, directed by R. Bartís; " Guitarra negra" by Alfredo Zitarroza, directed by Labrín Naldo; and "La hija del aire", Calderon de la Barca, directed by Jorge Lavelli. He has also performed in one man shows: "Muerte Rea" by Antonio Botta and " Recuerdos son recuerdos," and co-directed by Andrés Marcelo Mangone and Chaparro, " La fuerza de la costumbre" by Thomas Bernhard. Pompevo had directed almost twenty works.
Audivert has appeared in only one Euro-western as the undertaker in “Lucky Luke” (2008)
Today we celebrate Pompeyo Audivert’s 55th birthday.