Spanish movie actors died when they were 77

Here are 3 famous actors from Spain died at 77:

Frank Braña

Frank Braña (February 24, 1934 Pola de Allande-February 13, 2012 Majadahonda) also known as Francisco Braña, Francisco Braña Pérez, Frankie Bradford, Frank Blank, Frank Branya, Francisco Brama, Paco Braña, Franck Brana, Frank Brana, Francisco Brana, Paco or Paco Brana was a Spanish actor, miner and chauffeur.

He died in respiratory failure.

Frank Braña began his career as an actor in the 1950s when he moved to Madrid to study at the Escuela de Actores de Madrid. He quickly became a prolific character actor, appearing in over 200 films and television shows throughout his career. He was often cast in action and western films, working with directors like Sergio Leone and Clint Eastwood.

In addition to his acting career, Braña worked as a miner and chauffeur, and was known for his humble nature and hard work ethic. He was a familiar face to Spanish audiences and gained international recognition for his roles in films like "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" and "For a Few Dollars More."

Braña was also a talented voice actor, providing Spanish dubbing for Hollywood films and TV shows. He was a beloved figure in Spanish cinema and remained active in the industry until his death in 2012 at the age of 77.

Read more about Frank Braña on Wikipedia »

Ángel Álvarez

Ángel Álvarez (September 26, 1906 Madrid-December 13, 1983 Madrid) a.k.a. Angel Alvarez, Albert Alvarez, Álvarez or Ángel Alvarez Fernández was a Spanish actor and screenwriter.

He began his acting career in the 1930s, and appeared in over 100 films throughout his career. Some of his most notable roles include "Raza" (1941), "The Rocket from Calabuch" (1956), and "The Executioner" (1963). In addition to his work as an actor, Ángel Alvarez also wrote screenplays for several films, including "El Escarabajo de Oro" (1975) and "La Lola, dicen que no vive sola" (1977). Throughout his career, he was a familiar face to Spanish audiences, and is remembered as one of the great character actors of Spanish cinema.

Read more about Ángel Álvarez on Wikipedia »

Miguel Ligero

Miguel Ligero (October 21, 1890 Madrid-January 26, 1968 Madrid) also known as Miguel Ligero Rodríguez was a Spanish actor. His child is called Luis Ligero.

Ligero began his acting career in the early 1910s, performing on stage in Madrid. He soon transitioned to film and appeared in over seventy movies, including many silent films. He was known for his roles in both comedies and dramas, and he worked with many esteemed directors, such as Luis Buñuel and Edgar Neville.

Ligero was also an accomplished musician and composer, having studied at the Madrid Royal Conservatory. He is credited with creating music for several of the films he appeared in. Additionally, Ligero was an avid lover of the arts and culture, and he was well-versed in theater, literature, and painting.

Despite his success on screen, Ligero was known for being a humble and down-to-earth person. He was beloved both by his colleagues and the general public for his warm personality and dedication to his craft.

Ligero continued acting well into the 1960s, and his legacy as one of Spain's most iconic actors still endures to this day.

Read more about Miguel Ligero on Wikipedia »

Related articles