American movie stars in Madrid

Here are 5 famous actors from United States of America who live or lived in Madrid:

Wally Szczerbiak

Wally Szczerbiak (March 5, 1977 Madrid-) also known as Walter Robert Szczerbiak Jr. or Walter Robert "Wally" Szczerbiak is an American basketball player and actor. He has three children, Amberley Szczerbiak, Annabella Szczerbiak and Maximus Jack Szczerbiak. He has been widely known to be residing in Madrid.

Szczerbiak played college basketball for Miami University before being drafted by the Minnesota Timberwolves as the sixth overall pick in the 1999 NBA Draft. During his time in the NBA, he also played for the Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Seattle SuperSonics before retiring in 2009.

Szczerbiak was known for his sharpshooting abilities, and he was selected to the NBA All-Star Game in 2002. In addition to his basketball career, Szczerbiak has also appeared in several films and TV shows, including "Game of Thrones" and "Billions."

After retiring from basketball, Szczerbiak has worked as a basketball analyst for CBS Sports and the NBA on TNT. He also runs a youth basketball program and works as a motivational speaker.

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Kane (April 26, 1967 Torrejón de Ardoz-) a.k.a. The Big Red Machine, Mike Unabomb, The Seven–Foot Monster, The Big Red Monster, Fake Diesel, The Christmas Creature, Isaac Yankem, Glenn Thomas Jacobs, Unabomb, Doomsday, Angus King, Glen Thomas Jacobs, Diesel 2, Unibomb, Dr. Isaac Yankem, Isaac Yankem D.D.S., Diesel, Big Bruiser Mastino, Christmas Creature, Bruiser Mastino, The Big Red Psycho, The Big Red Machine of Destruction or The Devil's Favorite Demon is an American wrestler and actor. He has been publicly known to be residing in Knoxville and Madrid.

Kane began his wrestling career in the early 1990s, wrestling in small independent promotions before signing with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in 1995. He debuted as Isaac Yankem, DDS, a wrestling dentist, before adopting the character of "The Undertaker's brother" Kane in 1997. Kane quickly rose to prominence as one of the top stars of the Attitude Era, winning numerous championships and engaging in memorable feuds with wrestlers like Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock.

Outside of wrestling, Kane has had a successful acting career, appearing in films and TV shows like See No Evil and Smallville. He has also been active in politics, serving as the mayor of Knox County, Tennessee since 2018. Despite his many achievements outside of wrestling, Kane remains one of the most popular and recognizable wrestlers of his generation, and is widely regarded as one of the greatest big men in wrestling history.

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Enrique Iglesias

Enrique Iglesias (May 8, 1975 Madrid-) also known as Enriqué, Iglesias, Enrique, Enrique, Enrique Eglesias, Enrique Igleslas, Enrique Inglesias, Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler, Quique, "E", EI or Super Nova is an American singer-songwriter, actor, model, record producer, musician, singer and composer. He has been known to be residing in Madrid, Miami and Belgrade.

Enrique Iglesias started his music career in the mid-1990s on the Latin music scene. His self-titled debut album, released in 1995, was a commercial success in Latin America and Spain, launching his career as a pop star. He later released several albums in English that charted on the Billboard 200, such as "Escape", "7", and "Euphoria".

Aside from music, Iglesias has also dabbled in acting, making appearances in films such as "Once Upon a Time in Mexico" and TV shows such as "How I Met Your Mother". He has also been a recurring judge on "American Idol" and "The X Factor".

Iglesias has won numerous awards throughout his career, including Grammy Awards, Billboard Awards, and World Music Awards. He has sold over 170 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling Latin music artists of all time.

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Vincente Gomez

Vincente Gomez (July 8, 1911 Madrid-December 23, 2001 Los Angeles) was an American composer, actor and guitarist. He was residing in Madrid.

Gomez became a renowned flamenco guitarist and was part of the theatrical production of "La Argentina" in the 1930s. He also had roles in several Hollywood films and television shows, including "The Big Country" and "Zorro", and was a frequent guest on "The Ed Sullivan Show". In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Gomez composed music for films and ballets, including the score for the 1961 film "Return to Peyton Place". Throughout his career, he remained a prominent figure in the world of flamenco guitar and inspired generations of musicians.

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Antonio Moreno

Antonio Moreno (September 26, 1887 Madrid-February 15, 1967 Beverly Hills) otherwise known as Antonio Garride Monteagudo, Antonio Garrido Monteagudo, Anthony Moreno, Antonio "Tony" Moreno or Tony was an American actor and film director. He owned an apartment in Madrid.

Moreno began his film career in the silent era, appearing in over 150 films. He was a popular leading man during the 1920s, starring in films such as "The Last of the Mohicans" (1920) and "The Spanish Dancer" (1923). In the 1930s, he transitioned to directing and produced several successful films, including "The Torch" (1931) and "The Spanish Cape Mystery" (1935). Moreno was also known for his philanthropic work, particularly with the American Red Cross during World War II. He died in Beverly Hills in 1967 at the age of 79.

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