Mexican actors who deceased in 1994

Here are 4 famous actors from Mexico died in 1994:

Miguel M. Delgado

Miguel M. Delgado (May 17, 1905 Mexico City-January 2, 1994) otherwise known as Miguel Delgado, M.M. Delgado, Miguel María Delgado, Miguel Melitón Delgado or Miguel Melitón Delgado Pardavé was a Mexican film director, screenwriter and actor.

He is best known for his work in comedic films, particularly with the popular Mexican comedian Cantinflas. Delgado directed over 50 films, with some of his most notable works including "El siete machos" (The Seven Machos), "Ahí está el detalle" (There's the Detail), and "El padrecito" (The Little Priest). He received several awards throughout his career, including a Silver Ariel from the Mexican Academy of Film for his work on "El ángel exterminador" (The Exterminating Angel) in 1963. In addition to his film work, Delgado was also involved in television, directing several popular telenovelas in Mexico. He passed away at the age of 88 in Mexico City.

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Raúl 'Chato' Padilla

Raúl 'Chato' Padilla (June 17, 1918 Monterrey-February 3, 1994 Mexico City) a.k.a. Raul Padilla Mendoza, Raul ''Chato'' Padilla or Raul Chato Padilla was a Mexican actor. He had three children, Raúl Padilla, Aurelia "Maye" Padilla and Rafael Padilla.

Raúl 'Chato' Padilla began his acting career in the 1940s with small roles in Mexican films. He quickly became known for his comedic talent and worked alongside famous Mexican comedians, such as Cantinflas and Tin Tan. Padilla's most famous role was on the Mexican television show El Chavo del Ocho, where he played Don Ramón, the sometimes-difficult neighbor of the show's main character, El Chavo.

Padilla appeared in over 100 films and television shows throughout his career, and was beloved by audiences for his humor and warmth. He was also a successful voice actor and lent his voice to several animated films in Spanish.

Padilla's legacy continues today, as he is remembered as one of Mexico's most talented and beloved actors.

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Rafael Baledón

Rafael Baledón (November 25, 1919 Campeche-May 6, 1994 Mexico) also known as Rafael Baledon, Rafael Baledón Cárdenas or Rafael Baledón padre was a Mexican actor, screenwriter, film producer, film director and writer. He had five children, Rafael Baledón, Leonor Baledón, Ana Laura Baledón, Lourdes Baledón and Lilia Baledón.

Baledón began his career as an actor in the 1940s with his first film appearance being in the movie "El Diablo no es tan diablo" in 1949. He quickly gained recognition for his talent, and soon he became a sought-after actor for leading and supporting roles. Throughout his career, he starred in more than a hundred films, including "La Escondida," "Mujeres divinas," "Los Fernández de Peralvillo," and "Dos tontos y un loco."

Aside from his acting career, Baledón was also successful as a screenwriter, film producer, film director, and writer. He wrote and directed several movies, including "¿Con quién andan nuestras hijas?", "Ojos tapatíos," and "La Odalisca No. 13." As a film producer, he produced "El escándalo," "El cielo y la tierra," and "El vengador justiciero," among others.

Baledón's career spanned over four decades and left a lasting impact on the Mexican film industry. He was regarded as one of the most versatile and talented actors of his time, with his works continuing to be celebrated by fans and critics today.

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David Reynoso

David Reynoso (January 29, 1926 Aguascalientes-June 9, 1994 Mexico City) also known as David Reinoso was a Mexican actor, film director and singer. He had two children, Jorge Reynoso and Sergio Reynoso.

Starting his career in the 1950s, Reynoso appeared in over 150 films and television shows throughout his career. He was known for his roles in Mexican Westerns, or "charro" films, and often played tough, no-nonsense characters. In addition to his acting work, Reynoso also directed several films, including "Gallo Colorado" and "Tierra de Valientes." He was also a successful singer, recording numerous albums in the 1960s and 1970s. Reynoso received several awards throughout his career, including the Best Actor award at the Ariel Awards in 1961 for his role in "Tlayucan." He passed away in 1994 at the age of 68.

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