Spanish actors who died due to Natural causes

Here are 7 famous actors from Spain died in Natural causes:

Pedro Carrasco

Pedro Carrasco (July 11, 1943 Alosno-January 27, 2001 Madrid) was a Spanish professional boxer and actor. He had one child, Rocío Carrasco.

Carrasco became the national lightweight champion of Spain in 1965 and held that title until 1969. He also won the European lightweight title in 1968 and defended it twice before losing it in 1969. Carrasco later fought for the world lightweight title in 1971 but lost to Ken Buchanan. He retired from boxing in 1976 with a record of 110 wins (57 by knockout), 12 losses and 6 draws.

After retiring from boxing, Carrasco pursued an acting career and appeared in a number of Spanish films and television shows. His most notable roles were in “Manolo la nuit” (1973) and “La otra alcoba” (1976).

Carrasco's daughter Rocío Carrasco also became a well-known television personality in Spain. She became estranged from her father in the mid-1990s and did not reconcile with him before his death in 2001 at the age of 57 from a heart attack. His legacy as a boxer and an actor continues to be celebrated in Spain.

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José Suárez

José Suárez (September 19, 1919 Asturias-August 6, 1981 Moreda, Aller) also known as José Suárez Sánchez, Jose Suarez, José Suarez or José Lisardo Suárez Sánchez was a Spanish actor. He had one child, María Eugenia Suárez.

José Suárez began his acting career in the late 1940s, and quickly became known for his work in the Spanish film industry. He appeared in over 100 films during his career, including notable works such as "El Cid" and "The Young Ones". Suárez was also a prolific television actor, with roles on popular Spanish shows such as "Cañas y barro" and "La casa de los Martínez". In addition to his acting work, Suárez was also a theater director and was involved in several Spanish theater productions throughout his career. He was known for his versatility as an actor, able to play a wide range of characters with ease. José Suárez remained active in the Spanish entertainment industry until his death in 1981.

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Lorenzo Robledo

Lorenzo Robledo (July 3, 1921 Madrid-September 1, 2006 Madrid) also known as Norman Preston, L. Robledo or Lorenz Robel was a Spanish actor.

He began his acting career in the mid-1940s and quickly became a familiar face in Spanish films. One of his most famous roles was in Luis Buñuel's film "The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz" (1955). Robledo was known for his versatility and range as an actor, appearing in dramas, comedies, and westerns throughout his career. He also worked in theater and television, earning critical acclaim for his performances in both mediums. In addition to his acting work, Robledo was a gifted singer and recorded several albums of popular music during his lifetime. He remained active in the Spanish entertainment industry until his death in 2006 at the age of 85.

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Víctor Israel

Víctor Israel (June 13, 1929 Barcelona-September 19, 2009 Spain) also known as Victor Rael, Josep Maria Soler Vilanova, Víctor D'Israel, Victor Israel, Víctor Isrrael or José María Soler Vilanova was a Spanish actor.

He appeared in over 170 films during his career, including notable roles in westerns such as "A Fistful of Dollars" and "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly". Israel was also known for his performances in horror films, particularly those directed by Paul Naschy. He often played the role of the villain due to his imposing physical appearance and deep voice. Outside of acting, Israel was also a bullfighter and briefly competed in the sport under the name "El Legionario". He passed away at the age of 80 from respiratory failure.

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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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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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Júnior (September 10, 1943 Manila-April 15, 2014 Torrelodones) otherwise known as Antonio Morales Barretto, Antonio Morales, Antonio Barreto Morales Jr., Juan y Junior, Los Brincos or Junior was a Spanish singer, actor and singer-songwriter. He had three children, Shaila Dúrcal, Carmen Morales and Antonio Morales.

Júnior became famous in the 1960s as a member of the Spanish music group Los Brincos, which was one of the most popular bands of the Ye-Yé music era in Spain. As a solo artist, Júnior was known for his romantic ballads, and he released several albums throughout his career.

Besides his music career, Júnior appeared in several Spanish films, including "Los chicos con las chicas" (1967) and "El lobo y la paloma" (1985). He also hosted his own television show, "El gran precio del éxito", and was a judge on the Spanish version of "American Idol", called "Operación Triunfo".

Júnior was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2011 and passed away in 2014 at the age of 70 in Torrelodones, Spain.

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