Agustín González

Agustín González Martínez (24 March 1930 in Linares – 16 January 2005 in Madrid) was a Spanish actor who appeared in more than 180 films, including El nido (1980), by Jaime de Armiñan; Volver a empezar (1981), by José Luis Garci; La colmena (1982), by Mario Camús; Dos mejor que uno (1984), by Ángel Llorente and Las bicicletas son para el verano (1984), by Fernando Fernán Gómez.[1]

Agustín González
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Agustín González in September 2004
Born
Agustín González Martínez

(1930-03-24)24 March 1930
Died16 January 2005(2005-01-16) (aged 74)
Madrid, Spain
OccupationActor
Partner(s)
RelativesManuel González Martínez

BiographyEdit

He was brother of Manuel González, one of the members of Los Brincos.

He started several university studies in Engineering and Philosophy and Literature, but he didn't finish. He started his career as an actor in the Teatro Español Universitario, where he stayed several years during his stage as a student. He grew as one of the most important Spanish actors thanks to his theatre performances and cinema directors such as Carlos Saura, Juan Antonio Bardem, Mario Camus or Fernando Fernán Gómez. He worked in 140 movies, theatre plays and TV series. From 1954 to 1986, he had a relationship with the actress María Luisa Ponte, 12 years older than he was, but they never got married. His last film was Tiovivo 1950, by José Luis Garci. His last theatre play was Tres hombres y un destino, in Madrid, but he had to be replaced because of his sickness. He died on 16 January 2005 of pneumonia in the clinic La Zarzuela, in Madrid, at aged 74.[2]

PrizesEdit

FilmographyEdit

In his filmography, he appears in humorous and dramatic films and he has been considered one of the best Spanish actors in supporting roles

FilmEdit

TV seriesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Agustín González, un gran actor de cine, teatro y televisión". El Mundo (in Spanish). Madrid: Mundinteractivos, S.A. 17 January 2005. Retrieved 15 October 2018.
  2. ^ "Fallece el actor Agustín González tras sufrir una neumonía". El Mundo (in Spanish). Madrid: Mundinteractivos, S.A. 17 January 2005. Retrieved 15 October 2018.
  3. ^ "«La vida de Rita» recupera para TVE al tándem Forqué-Iborra". ABC. 3 January 2003.

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