Mexican actors who deceased in 1970

Here are 2 famous actors from Mexico died in 1970:

Agustín Lara

Agustín Lara (October 30, 1897 Tlacotalpan-November 6, 1970 Mexico City) also known as Agustin Lara, Lara, Agustín, Ángel Agustín María Carlos Fausto Mariano Alfonso del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús Lara y Aguirre del Pino, Augustin Lara y su Orquestra de Solistas, Agustin Lara y Su Orquestra de Solistas, Agustin Lara y su Orquestra, El flaco de oro, La Orquestra de Solistas de Agustin Lara, The Golden Skinny, Augustín Lara or Lara, Augustín was a Mexican singer, songwriter, actor and film score composer. He had three children, Gerardo Agustín Lara Santacruz, Agustín Lara Lárraga and Rocío Durán.

Agustín Lara was one of the most prolific composers of Mexican music in the 20th century. He composed over 700 songs, some of which became international hits. His music was a fusion of different styles, including bolero, bossa nova and jazz. Some of his most famous songs include "Granada," "Solamente una vez" and "Maria Bonita."

Lara was also an accomplished actor, appearing in several Mexican films during the 1940s and 1950s. He was known for his dapper style and his signature fedora hat.

Despite his success, Lara had a tumultuous personal life, with multiple marriages and financial difficulties. He passed away in 1970 at the age of 73, but his music continues to be celebrated and performed by musicians all over the world.

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Jaime Bravo

Jaime Bravo (September 8, 1932 Tepito-February 2, 1970 Zacatecas) was a Mexican torero and actor. His children are called Estefan Bravo, Jaime A. Bravo Jr. and Aleco Jaime Bravo.

Bravo began his career in the bullring at the age of 16 and quickly rose to fame as one of the top matadors of his time. He was known for his daring and flamboyant style, which won him fans both inside and outside of the bullring.

Bravo also found success as an actor, appearing in several films throughout the 1960s. He often played roles that capitalized on his status as a torero, such as the lead in the 1969 film "Three Times Bullfighter."

Despite his success, Bravo's life was cut tragically short when he died in a car accident in 1970. He was just 37 years old at the time of his death, leaving behind his wife and three children. Despite his untimely passing, Bravo is remembered to this day as an icon of Mexican culture and a legend of the bullring.

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