Spanish movie actors died in the year 1984

Here are 2 famous actors from Spain died in 1984:

Ismael Merlo

Ismael Merlo (September 1, 1918 Valencia-September 10, 1984 Madrid) also known as Ismael Merlo Piquer, I. Merlo or Ismaël Merlo was a Spanish actor. He had two children, María Luisa Merlo and David Merlo.

Merlo began his acting career in the 1940s and appeared in over 100 films throughout his career. He was known for his roles in Spanish films such as "El espíritu de la colmena" (The Spirit of the Beehive), "El verdugo" (The Executioner) and "El pisito" (The Little Apartment). Merlo also worked in theater and was a part of the Spanish National Theater company. In addition to his acting career, Merlo was a member of the Spanish Communist Party and was known for his leftist political views. Merlo passed away in 1984 at the age of 66.

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Tom Hernández

Tom Hernández (October 9, 1915 Puerto de la Cruz-June 2, 1984 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Tom Hernandez, Tomás Hernández or Domingo Tomás Hernández Betancourt was a Spanish actor.

Hernández began his acting career in Spain in the 1930s and quickly became a popular stage performer. He also appeared in several films in his native country, including "La Dolores" (1940) and "Cinco lobitos" (1945). However, he left Spain in the early 1950s and moved to Mexico, where he continued his successful acting career.

In the 1960s, Hernández also began to work in Hollywood, appearing in films such as "The Professionals" (1966) and "The Appaloosa" (1966). He also had recurring roles on TV shows like "The High Chaparral" and "Bonanza."

Hernández had a reputation for being a versatile actor who could play a wide range of characters, from romantic heroes to villains. He was also known for his mastery of different accents and languages, which allowed him to work in multiple countries and cultures throughout his career.

Overall, Hernández appeared in over 70 films and TV shows during his career, making him a prolific and well-respected actor in both Spanish-speaking and English-speaking entertainment industries.

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