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Andrés Soler (born Andrés Díaz Pavía; 18 November 1898 – 26 July 1969) was a Mexican actor. He was considered one of the greatest figures of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. Soler appeared in about two hundred films and received four Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor nominations in his long career.
Andrés Díaz Pavía
18 November 1898
|Died||26 July 1969 (aged 70)|
Mexico City, Mexico
|Resting place||Panteón Jardín|
|Other names||Don Andrés Soler|
Andrés Soler was born in Saltillo, Coahuila as Andrés Díaz Pavía on 18 November 1898 to Domingo Díaz García and Irene Pavía Soler. He was the younger brother of Fernando Soler and the elder brother of Domingo Soler, Julián Soler, and Mercedes Soler. His family is known as the Soler Dynasty.
- I'm a Real Mexican (1942)
- La razón de la culpa (1942)
- Romeo and Juliet (1943)
- Michael Strogoff (1944)
- A Day with the Devil (1945)
- Fly Away, Young Man! (1947)
- Jalisco Fair (1948)
- Over the Waves (1950)
- Serenade in Acapulco (1951)
- María Montecristo (1951)
- Engagement Ring (1951)
- Women Without Tomorrow (1951)
- If I Were a Congressman (1952)
- A Place Near Heaven (1952)
- Snow White (1952)
- The Rapture (1954)
- The Viscount of Monte Cristo (1954)
- Take Me in Your Arms (1954)
- When I Leave (1954)
- Look What Happened to Samson (1955)
- The Miracle Roses (1960)
- Juan Polainas (1960)
Soler was interred at the Panteón Jardín in San Ángel. Thousands of people attended his funeral to say goodbye and offer their condolences. Katy Jurado, Luis Aguilar, Carmelita González, and Elsa Cárdenas were also present to memorize him.
- Gutiérrez, Estephanie (24 May 2018). "Dinastía Soler, los reyes de la Época de Oro del Cine Mexicano". De10 (in Spanish). Retrieved 16 August 2018.
- Avendaño, Reyna (26 July 2018). "Andrés Soler desayunó, cayó en coma y ya no despertó". El Universal (in Spanish). Retrieved 16 August 2018.
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