Here are 2 famous actors from Spain died in 1986:
Valentín Parera (August 14, 1895 Granada-November 27, 1986 Madrid) was a Spanish actor.
Parera began his career in the early 1920s, performing in various touring theater companies throughout Spain. He later transitioned to film, starring in over 60 movies during his career. Parera is known for his roles in notable Spanish films such as "La Verbena de la Paloma" (1935), "Balarrasa" (1950), and "El Tigre de Chamberí" (1957). He was a well-known supporting character actor and often portrayed authority figures, such as judges or police officers. Parera was also a prolific voice actor, lending his voice to many Spanish-dubbed foreign films. He received numerous awards for his contributions to Spanish cinema, including the Cross of Saint George in 1978.
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Rafael Gil (May 22, 1913 Madrid-July 10, 1986 Madrid) otherwise known as Rafael Gil Álvarez or R. Gil was a Spanish screenwriter, film director and actor. He had six children, Vicente Gil Álvarez, César Gil Álvarez, Rafael Gil Álvarez, Gabriel Gil Álvarez, Miguel Gil Álvarez and Javier Gil Álvarez.
Throughout his career, Rafael Gil directed more than 60 films, making him one of the most prolific Spanish filmmakers of the 20th century. He started working in the film industry in 1934 as a scriptwriter and assistant director, before moving on to directing his own films. His films were often focused on melodramatic themes, highlighting the customs of Spanish society and the concerns of the working class.
Some of his most notable films include "Tragic Hunt" (1947), "The Lioness of Castille" (1951), "The Troublemaker" (1950) and "The Rocket from Calabuch" (1956). In addition to his work in film, Rafael Gil also wrote several plays, including "El hombre que se come a las gallinas" and "Doña Clarines".
Despite facing various obstacles throughout his career, including censorship during Franco's regime, Rafael Gil continued to work in the film industry until his death. He was awarded the Gold Medal for Fine Arts in 1981 for his significant contributions to Spanish cinema.
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