Spanish movie actors died in the year 2005

Here are 3 famous actors from Spain died in 2005:

Agustín González

Agustín González (March 24, 1930 Madrid-January 16, 2005 Madrid) also known as Agustin Gonzalez, Agustín González Martínez, Agustin González or Agustín Gonzalez was a Spanish actor.

He began his acting career in the 1950s and worked in both film and television. González was primarily known for his work in comedy films, but he was also respected for his dramatic roles. He had a long and successful career, appearing in over 150 films and receiving numerous awards for his work, including the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1993. His most notable performances include "El Verdugo" (The Executioner) and "Belle Epoque," which won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1993. Gonzalez was also a beloved television actor in Spain, appearing in numerous series throughout his career. In addition to acting, he was also a passionate theater director and worked in various theaters across Spain. Gonzalez was widely regarded as one of the greatest Spanish actors of his time and his legacy continues to inspire new generations of artists.

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Luis Barbero

Luis Barbero (August 8, 1916 Madrid-August 3, 2005 Madrid) was a Spanish actor.

He began his acting career in the 1940s and appeared in numerous films and television series throughout his career. Barbero was known for his versatility and ability to play a variety of roles, ranging from comedic to dramatic. He was a regular collaborator with acclaimed Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar, appearing in several of his films including "What Have I Done to Deserve This?", "Matador", and "The Flower of My Secret". Barbero was also a prolific voice actor, lending his voice to several animated films including the Spanish versions of "Pinocchio" and "The Jungle Book". In recognition of his contributions to Spanish cinema, Barbero was awarded the Gold Medal for Fine Arts in 1999.

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Miguel Gallardo

Miguel Gallardo (September 29, 1950 Granada-November 11, 2005 Madrid) also known as Gallardo, Miguel or José Miguel Gallardo Vera was a Spanish actor and singer-songwriter.

He became famous for his romantic ballads, including "Hoy Tengo Ganas De Ti" and "Otro Ocupa Mi Lugar". Starting in the 1980s, Gallardo also began carving out a successful acting career, appearing in several films and TV shows such as "Fiebre del oro", "Estudio 1" and "Hostal Royal Manzanares". He won a Goya Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1997 for his role in "Carreteras Secundarias". Tragically, Gallardo was diagnosed with leukemia in 2002 and died in 2005 at the age of 55. His music and acting legacy continues to inspire fans across Spain and beyond.

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