Mexican actors who were born in 1955

Here are 5 famous actors from Mexico were born in 1955:

Antonio Serrano

Antonio Serrano (May 17, 1955 Mexico City-) a.k.a. José Antonio Serrano Argüelles is a Mexican screenwriter, film director, actor, television director and playwright.

Serrano began his career in the entertainment industry in the 1980s and has since become known for his work on several successful Mexican films and TV shows. He has directed and written for numerous telenovelas, including "El Privilegio de Amar" and "Amor Real," both of which were highly popular in Mexico and other Latin American countries. Serrano is also the writer and director of the critically acclaimed films "Sexo, pudor y lágrimas" and "Ciudad de ciegos." In addition to his work in film and television, Serrano is an accomplished playwright, having written several successful plays that have been staged in Mexico and overseas. He has received numerous awards and accolades throughout his career, including several Ariel Awards, which are Mexico's equivalent of the Academy Awards.

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Humberto Vélez

Humberto Vélez (March 30, 1955-) also known as Humberto E. Velez Sanchez, Francisco Humberto Vélez Montiel or Humberto Velez is a Mexican actor and voice actor.

He is best known for his role as the Spanish voice actor of Homer Simpson in the Latin American version of the TV series, The Simpsons. Humberto Vélez was born in Mexico City, Mexico and began his acting career in the 1980s. In addition to providing the voice of Homer Simpson, he also provided the voice for other characters in the show, such as Krusty the Clown, Barney Gumble, and Groundskeeper Willie. Vélez has also lent his voice to other popular animated shows, including Family Guy, American Dad!, and SpongeBob SquarePants. Outside of voice acting, Vélez has appeared in several Mexican telenovelas and films. He has also worked as a theater actor and director. Over the course of his career, Vélez has received several awards and nominations for his work in film, television, and theater.

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Paul Rodriguez

Paul Rodriguez (January 19, 1955 Culiacán-) a.k.a. Paul Rodriguez, Paul Rodriguez Sr. or Paul Rodríguez is a Mexican actor, film producer, screenwriter and comedian. He has two children, Paul Rodriguez and Lucas Rodriguez.

Paul Rodriguez started his career as a stand-up comedian in small clubs and later gained national recognition with performances on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and Late Night with David Letterman. He has acted in numerous films including Born in East L.A., Bloodwork, and Rat Race. He is also known for his voiceover work in animated movies such as The Proud Family Movie, Ratatouille, and Beverly Hills Chihuahua. In addition to his entertainment career, Rodriguez has been involved in various social causes such as advocating for increased representation of Latinos in Hollywood and supporting various Latino organizations.

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Alejandro Bracho

Alejandro Bracho (June 11, 1955 Mexico City-) is a Mexican actor, acting teacher and acting coach.

He is known for his work in theater, film and television, having appeared in over 40 movies and TV shows. Bracho began his acting career in the 1970s and gained recognition for his role in the film "The Garden of Aunt Isabel" in 1971. He has also acted in several acclaimed Mexican soap operas, such as "Cuna de lobos" and "El vuelo del águila".

Aside from his work in front of the camera, Bracho is also known for his work as an acting coach and teacher. He has been teaching acting for over 30 years and has had a significant impact on the Mexican theater scene, having trained numerous actors who have gone on to successful careers in film and television. Bracho has also directed several plays and has been recognized for his contributions to Mexican theater.

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Emmanuel (April 16, 1955 Mexico City-) also known as Jesús Emmanuel Acha Martínez is a Mexican singer and actor. He has one child, Alexander Acha.

Emmanuel's career as a singer began in the 1970s, when he joined the singing group "Dyango". He later went on to have a successful career as a solo artist, releasing numerous hit albums and singles. Some of his most well-known songs include "Quiero dormir cansado", "La chica de humo", and "Todo se derrumbó dentro de mí".

In addition to his music career, Emmanuel has also had success in film and television, appearing in several Mexican soap operas and films. He has won numerous awards for his work as both a singer and actor, including multiple Latin Grammy Awards.

Despite his success, Emmanuel has faced personal challenges, including a struggle with drug addiction in the 1980s. He has since been open about his experiences and has used his platform to raise awareness about addiction and recovery.

Today, Emmanuel continues to perform and record music, and has become a beloved icon in Mexican pop culture.

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