Ángel Garasa (Ángel Garasa)

Ángel Garasa

Actor. He was born in Madrid, Spain. After the Spanish Civil War, he was forced to exile and he moved to Mexico, where developed a long career on stage, cinema and television. Among his works “¡Así es mi Tierra!” (1937), “Ay Jalisco, No te Rajes” (1941), “Los Tres Mosqueteros” (1942), “Caminito Alegre” (1943), “La Casa de la Troya” (1947), “La Rebelión de los Fantasmas” (1949), “La Vida en Broma” (1950), “Misericordia” (1953), “El Señor Fotógrafo” (1953), “Prohibido Enamorarse” (1961), “La Verbena de la Paloma” (1963), “El Padrecito” (1964), “Las Golfas” (1969), “Un Quijote sin Mancha” (1969), “La Novicia Rebelde” (1971), “Algo es Algo Dijo el Diablo” (1974) and “El Ministro y Yo” (1975), his last film.  (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)

Born

  • January, 12, 1905
  • Spain

Died

  • August, 08, 1976
  • Mexico

Cemetery

  • Panteón Jardín
  • Mexico

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