Spanish movie actors died in the year 2010

Here are 5 famous actors from Spain died in 2010:

Aldo Sambrell

Aldo Sambrell (February 23, 1931 Vallecas-July 10, 2010 Alicante) also known as Alfredo Sánchez Brell, Aldo S. Brell, Aldo San Brell, Aldo Sanbrel, Adolf Sambrell, Alfred S. Brell, Ald Sambrell, Alfred Brel Sánchez, Aldo Brell, Aldo Sambreli, Aldo Sandrell, Aldo Sambrel, Al Sambrell, Aldo Sanbrell, Alfredo Brel Sánchez, Alfredo Sanchez Brell, Aldo Sanblell, Alfred Brel Sanchez or Harold Sambrel was a Spanish film director, actor, film producer, screenwriter and television director. His child is called Alfredo Xavier Sánchez Cavaleiro.

Sambrell was born in Vallecas, Madrid, Spain, and began his career in the film industry as a stuntman in the 1950s. He appeared in over 150 films during his career, many of them in the western genre. Some of his notable roles include playing Tuco's henchman in the classic western "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" (1966), as well as roles in "For a Few Dollars More" (1965) and "A Fistful of Dollars" (1964).

Aside from acting, Sambrell also directed and produced films, primarily in the western genre. He directed films such as "Sonora" (1968) and "Two Crosses at Danger Pass" (1967). In addition, Sambrell worked as a television director and screenwriter.

Sambrell passed away in Alicante, Spain in 2010 at the age of 79. Throughout his career, he was a prolific and influential figure in the Spanish film industry, particularly in the western genre.

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Manuel Alexandre

Manuel Alexandre (November 11, 1917 Madrid-October 12, 2010 Madrid) a.k.a. Manuel Alexandre Abarca, Manuel Alejandre, Manuel Aleixandre, Manolo Alexandre or Manuel Alejandre Abarca was a Spanish actor.

Alexander was born in Madrid, Spain in 1917. He began his acting career in the 1940s and went on to become one of the most respected and beloved actors in Spain. Over the course of his career, he appeared in more than 300 films and television shows. Some of his most famous roles include "Los Tarantos", "The Executioner", and "All About My Mother". Alexander was known for his versatility and ability to play a range of characters. In addition to his work as an actor, he was also a talented screenwriter and director. Throughout his career, he received numerous awards and recognition for his contributions to Spanish cinema, including two Goya Awards. He continued to act well into his 90s, and he passed away in 2010 at the age of 92.

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Luis García Berlanga

Luis García Berlanga (June 12, 1921 Valencia-November 13, 2010 Madrid) otherwise known as Luis García Berlanga Martí, Luis Berlanga, Luis G. Berlanga, L.G. Berlanga, Berlanga, Luis Gª. Berlanga, Luis Gª Berlanga, Luis García-Berlanga or Luis Garcia Berlanga was a Spanish film director, screenwriter, actor and television director. He had four children, Jorge García Berlanga, Fernando García Berlanga, José Luis García Berlanga and Carlos Berlanga.

Berlanga is considered one of the most important Spanish filmmakers, with a career spanning over five decades. He began making films in the 1950s and is recognized as a key figure in the Spanish film industry during that era, known for his satirical and critical approach to Spanish society and politics.

One of his most renowned films, 'The Executioner' (1963), is widely regarded as a masterpiece of Spanish cinema, and was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry. Over the course of his career, Berlanga won numerous awards and accolades including the Goya Award for Best Director in 1986, and was recognized with the Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts in 1997.

In addition to his work in film, Berlanga was also a prominent figure in Spanish television, directing and producing series such as 'Verano Azul'. He continued to work in the industry until the end of his life, passing away in Madrid in 2010 at the age of 89, leaving behind a legacy that continues to inspire filmmakers today.

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Jordi Estadella

Jordi Estadella (November 11, 1948 Barcelona-April 30, 2010 Barcelona) was a Spanish voice actor, journalist and actor.

Estadella was known for his work as a voice actor in many popular animated TV shows and movies, including the Spanish version of The Simpsons, Batman: The Animated Series, and the Disney classic The Little Mermaid. He also had a successful career as a television presenter and journalist, hosting various talk shows and news programs in Spain. In addition, Estadella appeared in several Spanish films, including The Other Side of the Bed and All About My Mother. He remained active in the entertainment industry until his death in 2010 at the age of 61.

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Antonio Ozores

Antonio Ozores (August 24, 1928 Burjassot-May 12, 2010 Madrid) also known as Antonio Ozores Puchol was a Spanish actor, screenwriter and film director. His child is called Emma Ozores.

Antonio Ozores started his career in the entertainment industry as a theater actor in the 1950s. He then transitioned to the silver screen, working as an actor in over 100 films throughout his career. He was known for his roles in comedy films, where he often played the role of a bumbling, comedic character.

Aside from acting, Ozores also worked as a screenwriter and director in both film and television. He wrote and directed several successful comedy films, including "El hermano listo de Sherlock Holmes" and "Los caraduros."

Throughout his career, Antonio Ozores received several awards and recognitions for his contributions to the Spanish film industry, including the prestigious Medalla de Oro al Mérito en las Bellas Artes (Gold Medal for Fine Arts Merit) in 1999.

Ozores passed away in Madrid in 2010 at the age of 81, leaving behind a rich legacy of work and contributions to the Spanish entertainment industry.

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