Mexican actors who were born in 1934

Here are 7 famous actors from Mexico were born in 1934:

Rubén Aguirre

Rubén Aguirre (June 15, 1934 Saltillo-) also known as Ruben Aguirre, Rubén Aguirre 'Shorty' or Aguirre Rubén Fuentes is a Mexican actor.

He is best known for his role as the beloved character "Profesor Jirafales" in the popular Mexican TV show "El Chavo del Ocho." In addition to acting, Aguirre was also a writer, director, and producer. He began his career in the entertainment industry in the 1960s and went on to appear in over 50 films and television shows throughout his career. Aguirre was also a successful businessman, owning a restaurant in Acapulco and a clothing store in Mexico City. He was married twice and had seven children. Aguirre passed away in 2016 at the age of 82 due to complications from pneumonia.

Gonzalo Martínez Ortega

Gonzalo Martínez Ortega (April 27, 1934 Camargo-June 2, 1998 Mexico) also known as Gonzalo Martínez was a Mexican film producer, film director, actor and screenwriter.

He began his career in the film industry in the early 1950s, working as an assistant director and screenwriter. In 1962, he debuted as a director with the film "La Fórmula Secreta" which received critical acclaim and established him as a notable filmmaker. He went on to direct several successful films, many of which were praised for their social commentary and exploration of Mexican culture.

In addition to directing, Martínez was also a prolific producer, working on over 50 films throughout his career. He collaborated with some of the most prominent actors and directors of his time, including Pedro Armendáriz, Dolores del Río, and Emilio Fernández.

Martínez was also an accomplished actor, appearing in numerous films throughout the 1960s and 1970s. He often played supporting roles in his own films and those of his colleagues, and his performances were praised for their nuance and depth.

Throughout his career, Martínez received numerous accolades for his contributions to Mexican cinema, including the National Prize for Arts and Sciences in the Fine Arts category in 1983. Today, he is remembered as one of the most important figures in the history of Mexican film.

Freddy Fernandez

Freddy Fernandez (January 16, 1934 Mexico City-May 10, 1995 Mexico City) a.k.a. Freddy Fernandez 'Pichi', Freddy Fernández 'Pichi', Fredy Fernández 'Pichi', Alfredo Fernández, Fredy Fernandez 'Pichi', El Pichi, Fredie Fernández 'El Pichi', Freddie Fernández 'El Pichi', Freddy Fernandez 'El Pichi', Freddy Fernández 'El Pichi', Freddy Fernández, Fredy Fernández, The Pichi, Alfredo Fernandez, Freddy Fernandez 'The Pichi', Freddie Fernandez 'The Pichi', Fredy Fernandez, Fredy Fernandez 'Pichi ', Freddy Fernández "El Pichi", Jesus Fernandez Alfredo Sáenz or Freddy Fernandez was a Mexican actor. His child is called Alfredo Fernandez.

Freddy Fernandez was known for his work in the golden age of Mexican cinema, appearing in over 200 films throughout his career. He made his film debut in 1951 in the movie "A toda máquina". Fernandez was often typecast in comedic roles due to his lively personality and comedic timing. However, he also showcased his dramatic acting skills in films like "El Hombre y el Monstruo" and "El Espectro de la novia". In addition to acting, Fernandez was also a talented singer and starred in several musical films. Despite his success in the film industry, Fernandez was plagued by personal problems including drug addiction and legal troubles. He passed away at the age 61 due to complications from cirrhosis of the liver.

Alfonso Mejía

Alfonso Mejía (November 16, 1934 Mexico City-) also known as Alfonso Mejia is a Mexican actor.

Mejía started his career in the Mexican film industry during the 1950s, playing supporting roles in several movies. He gained recognition for his roles in films such as "Tlayucan" (1962) and "Lola de mi vida" (1965). Mejía also appeared in several television series during his career, including "Los Beverly de Peralvillo" (1971) and "El Chavo del Ocho" (1973-1978). He was known for his versatility as an actor and his ability to bring depth to his characters. In addition to his work in film and television, Mejía was also a prominent stage actor and director in Mexico. He received several awards for his contributions to Mexican cinema and theater, including the Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor in "La Tía de las Muchachas" (1972).

Sergio Bustamante

Sergio Bustamante (October 18, 1934 Mexico City-May 22, 2014 Puebla) also known as Sergio Emilio Edgardo De Bustamante y Arteaga Roa, Sergio de Bustamante or Sergio de Bustamente was a Mexican actor. He had one child, Andrés Bustamante.

In addition to his notable career as an actor, Sergio Bustamante was also recognized for his talents as a writer and director in Mexican cinema. He was a graduate of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and began his acting career in the 1950s, quickly gaining recognition for his talent and charm. He appeared in more than 150 films, including "Macario," "The Treasure of the Amazon," and "Las Poquianchis," among others.

Bustamante also worked as a producer, director, and screenwriter. His directorial credits include the films "El Primer Paso," "Muñecas de Medianoche," and "La Rielera," among others. As a writer, he penned the screenplay for the 1982 film "El Hombre sin Miedo" and the 1989 film "Polvo de Muerte," which he also directed.

Despite his success in the entertainment industry, Sergio Bustamante was known for his humility and kindness. He was beloved by many in Mexico for his contributions to the country's cinema and for his generous spirit. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 79 in Puebla, Mexico.

Rene Campero

Rene Campero (October 18, 1934 Mexico City-) also known as René Campero is a Mexican actor.

Campero began his acting career in the 1950s and has since appeared in numerous Mexican films and television series. He is a versatile actor who has worked in various genres over the years, including drama, comedy, and action. Some of his notable film credits include "El esqueleto de la señora Morales," "El ángel exterminador," and "Los caifanes." In addition to his work on screen, Campero has also worked as a theatrical actor, performing in productions of classics such as "Hamlet" and "The Importance of Being Earnest." He is highly respected in the Mexican entertainment industry and continues to act to this day.

Manuel Gonzalez Casanova

Manuel Gonzalez Casanova (December 8, 1934 Mexico City-February 6, 2012 Mexico City) was a Mexican film director, screenwriter, actor and film producer.

He began his career as a literary critic before transitioning into film, directing his first film in 1965. Over the course of his career, he directed over 30 films and worked with many renowned actors such as Ana Ofelia Murguía, Claudio Brook, and Pedro Armendáriz Jr. He was known for his socially conscious films, often exploring political and philosophical themes. In addition to his work in film, he was also a professor of film history at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He received numerous awards and honors, such as the Ariel Award for Best Director and the Order of the Aztec Eagle, Mexico's highest honor for foreigners. His legacy as a filmmaker and scholar continues to be celebrated in Mexico and the international film community.

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