Mexican actors who were born in 1937

Here are 7 famous actors from Mexico were born in 1937:

Felipe Cazals

Felipe Cazals (July 28, 1937 Mexico-) is a Mexican film director, screenwriter, film producer and actor.

During the 1960s, Felipe Cazals worked as a journalist and film critic, and later went on to study filmmaking in Spain. He is best known for his socially and politically conscious films which often deal with themes of poverty, injustice, and inequality. Some of his notable films include "Canoa" (1976), which was based on a real-life incident of a group of university employees who were mistaken for leftist guerrillas and were brutally murdered by a mob; "Las Poquianchis" (1976), which tells the story of two sisters who ran a brothel and murdered their clients; and "Bajo la metralla" (1983), which depicts the experiences of Mexican soldiers during the Mexican Revolution. Cazals has won numerous awards for his work, including the Ariel Award, Mexico's top film award, on multiple occasions.

Sergio Jiménez

Sergio Jiménez (December 17, 1937 Mexico City-January 3, 2007 Mexico City) also known as El Profe was a Mexican actor and television director. His child is called Iana Jiménez.

Sergio Jiménez began his acting career in the 1960s and went on to appear in several popular Mexican telenovelas, including "Cuna de Lobos" and "Quinceañera". He was known for his commanding presence on screen and his ability to bring complex characters to life.

In addition to acting, Jiménez also had a successful career as a television director, directing episodes of popular shows such as "Mujer, casos de la vida real" and "La rosa de Guadalupe".

Despite his success, Jiménez remained humble and dedicated to his craft throughout his career. He was widely respected by his peers and was known for his generosity and willingness to help aspiring actors and directors.

Jiménez passed away in 2007 at the age of 69, but his legacy lives on through his work in television and film. He is remembered as one of the most talented and respected actors and directors in Mexican entertainment history.

Jaime Fernández

Jaime Fernández (December 6, 1937 Monterrey-April 16, 2005 Mexico City) also known as Jaime Fernandez, Jaime Fernández Sánchez or Jamie Fernandez was a Mexican actor and film director.

Fernández started his film career in the 1950s, appearing in small roles in Mexican films. He eventually gained recognition for his acting abilities and starred in several successful films, including "Dos Tipos de Cuidado" and "En la Palma de Tu Mano". In addition to acting, Fernández also directed several films, including "Juegos de Alcoba" and "El Diablo el Santo y el Tonto". He was known for his versatility as an actor, performing in a range of genres, including drama, comedy, and action films. Fernández was recognized for his contributions to the film industry and was awarded the Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1989. He passed away in 2005 at the age of 67, leaving behind a lasting legacy in Mexican cinema.

Eduardo Lopez Rojas

Eduardo Lopez Rojas (May 3, 1937 New York City-July 31, 1999 Mexico City) also known as Eduardo López Rojas or Eduardo Rojas was a Mexican actor.

He began his acting career in the 1960s and appeared in over 200 films and television shows throughout his career. Rojas was known for his versatility, playing both comedic and dramatic roles, and was a popular character actor in Mexico. Some of his notable films include "The Black Windmill" (1974), "Tintorera" (1977), and "Como Agua Para Chocolate" (1992). He also appeared in several popular telenovelas, including "Los Ricos También Lloran" (1979) and "María la del Barrio" (1995). In addition to acting, Rojas was also a singer and released several albums in the 1970s. Eduardo Lopez Rojas passed away in 1999 at the age of 62 due to complications from pneumonia.

Freddy Fender

Freddy Fender (June 4, 1937 San Benito-October 14, 2006 Corpus Christi) a.k.a. Freddie Fender, Baldemar Huerta, Baldemar Garza Huerta, Fender, Freddy, El Bebop Kid or Scotty Wayne was a Mexican singer, guitarist, musician and actor. His children are called Sonny Fender, Danny Fender, Tammy Fender and Marla Fender.

Freddy Fender began his music career in the 1950s and achieved success in the 1970s with hits such as "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" and "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights". He was one of the pioneers of the "Tex-Mex" sound, blending traditional Mexican music with country and rock.

Fender also appeared in several films, including "The Milagro Beanfield War" and "Roadside Prophets". He was inducted into the Texas Music Hall of Fame in 1990 and the Tejano Roots Hall of Fame in 2001.

Despite struggling with health issues, including diabetes and kidney disease, Fender continued to perform and record throughout his career. He passed away in 2006 at the age of 69. His legacy lives on in his music, which continues to inspire generations of fans.

Salomón Laiter

Salomón Laiter (July 16, 1937 Mexico City-August 10, 2001 Mexico City) was a Mexican film director, actor and screenwriter.

He began his career in the film industry as an actor in the 1950s, appearing in several Mexican films. In the 1970s, he started directing his own films and became known for his work in the horror genre. One of his most notable films was "Mansion of Madness" (1973), which won several awards at international film festivals.

Laiter also worked extensively as a screenwriter and was nominated for an Ariel Award (Mexico's national film award) for his work on the film "Bajo la Metralla" (1983). He continued to work in the film industry until his death in 2001.

Carlos Bracho

Carlos Bracho (October 6, 1937 Aguascalientes-) is a Mexican actor.

He began his acting career in the 1960s and has since appeared in over 70 films and television series. Bracho is best known for his work in telenovelas, including his roles in "El Diablo" and "El Privilegio de Amar". He has won several awards for his performances, including the Ariel Award for Best Actor. Bracho has also worked as a director and playwright, and has written over 20 plays. He is considered one of the most versatile actors in Mexico, known for his range and ability to play both comedic and dramatic roles.

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