José Elías Moreno
José Elías Moreno (12 November 1910 – 15 July 1969) was a Mexican character actor of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, best-remembered for his versatility in playing different characters. He appeared in 184 films between 1937 and 1969. He was from the state of Jalisco.
José Elías Moreno
José Elías Moreno Padilla
12 November 1910
|Died||15 July 1969 (aged 58)|
|Spouse(s)||Beatriz González de Cossío|
José Elías Moreno Jr.
His son with the same name, born in 1956, is also a successful actor in television, cinema, and stage.
Moreno was born José Elías Moreno Padilla in the small town of Las Palmas, municipality of Unión de San Antonio, at six in the morning on 12 November 1910. His parents were Ignacio Moreno Padilla and María Padilla Hurtado.
- Such Is My Country (1937) (uncredited)
- Heads or Tails (1937) as extra
- Wild Flower (1943)
- Porfirio Díaz (1944)
- The White Monk (1945)
- Tragic Wedding (1946)
- I Am a Fugitive (1946)
- Symphony of Life (1946)
- Angels of the Arrabal (1949)
- Midnight (1949)
- The Perez Family (1949) as Toribio Sánchez
- Cuatro contra el mundo (1950) as Comandante Canseco
- Las Tres perfectas casadas (1953) as Máximo
- Luz en el páramo (1953) as José
- The Boxer (1958)
- Una cita de amor (1958) as Juez de Acordada
- Santa Claus (1959) as Santa Claus
- Invincible Guns (1960)
- Caperucita y Pulgarcito contra los monstruos (1962) as Ogre
- El padrecito (1964) as Don Silvestre Manzanos
- Viento Negro (film) (1965) as Lorenzo Montes
- La Valentina (1966) as Don Juan Zúñiga
- Rage (1966) as Fortunato
- The Partisan of Villa (1967)
- "Mexico, Jalisco, Civil Registration, 1857-2000 - Unión de San Antonio - Nacimientos 1908-1912". Retrieved 28 June 2011.
- Unión de San Antonio: Historia - Personajes ilustres Archived 2 April 2012 at the Wayback Machine