José Manuel Cervino

José Manuel Cervino (born 29 October 1940) is a Spanish film and television actor. He won the Goya Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2007 and was nominated for the Goya Award for Best Actor in 1987.

José Manuel
Born
José Manuel Cervino Almeida

(1940-10-29) 29 October 1940 (age 81)
OccupationActor
Spouse(s)Maite Blasco (1977–present)
AwardsGoya Award for Best Supporting Actor,
for Las 13 rosas (2007)[1]

Life and careerEdit

José Manuel Cervino Almeida was born in Arona, on the island of Tenerife (Canary Islands), in 1940.

Despite his left-wing political beliefs and reputation for kindness, he often played right-wing villains for director Eloy de la Iglesia.[2] He generally worked in films that explored themes of marginalization, juvenile delinquency, and drug abuse.[3] He won the Goya Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in 13 Roses.[4]

He appeared in the 2008 television series Men Hunters, which garnered good critical reviews, prompting Antena 3 to keep it on the air despite low viewership until the end of its first and only season.[5] In 2009 he was a member of the jury at the 12th Malaga Film Festival.[6]

In 2013 he appeared in the daily television series Gran Reserva: El Origen,[7] which explored the background of series Gran Reserva, focusing on the lives of two winery families (Cortázar and Reverte) in the 1960s.

FilmographyEdit

Featute filmsEdit

Year Film Director
2017 Oro Agustín Díaz Yanes
2016 La chispa de la vida Álex de la Iglesia
2010 Balada triste de trompeta Álex de la Iglesia
2009 Dos billetes Javier Serrano
2007 Las 13 rosas Emilio Martínez Lázaro
El prado de las estrellas Mario Camus
Lola Miguel Hermoso
2006 La caja Juan Carlos Falcón
2004 Tánger Juan Madrid
¡Hay motivo! Joaquín Oristrell
2003 Los abajo firmantes Joaquín Oristrell
1996 Más que amor, frenesí Miguel Bardem
Alfonso Albacete
David Menkes
1995 Hermana, pero ¿qué has hecho? Pedro Masó
1987 El Lute: camina o revienta Vicente Aranda
Guarapo Santiago Ríos
Teodoro Ríos
1986 Adiós pequeña Imanol Uribe
La monja alférez Javier Aguirre Fernández
1983 El pico Eloy de la Iglesia
El crack II José Luis Garci
Círculo de pasiones Claude d'Anna
1982 Colegas Eloy de la Iglesia
1981 La mujer del ministro Eloy de la Iglesia
Maravillas Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón
1980 Gary Cooper, que estás en los cielos Pilar Miró
Navajeros Eloy de la Iglesia
El crimen de Cuenca Pilar Miró
1979 Operación Ogro Gillo Pontecorvo
Siete días de enero Juan Antonio Bardem
1978 El diputado Eloy de la Iglesia
El sacerdote
1977 Camada negra Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón
1976 Colorín, colorado José Luis García Sánchez
Emilia... parada y fonda Angelino Fons
1970 Pierna creciente, falda menguante Javier Aguirre
1963 Eva 63 Pedro Lazaga

Short filmsEdit

Año Cortometrajes Director
1994 Party line José Luis Cubillo
1970 El corazón de un bandido (voz) Chumy Chúmez

TelevisionEdit

Year Series/Miniseries Director
2020 Vamos Juan Borja Cobeaga
Víctor García León
2013 Gran Reserva. El origen Miguel Conde
Rubén Torrejón
Iñaki Mercero
Antonio Hernández
David Ulloa
2008 Cuéntame cómo pasó Azucena Rodríguez
2004 Aquí no hay quien viva Laura Caballero
1998 Entre naranjos Josefina Molina
1994 Compuesta y sin novio Pedro Masó
1993 Brigada Central 2: la guerra blanca
1991 Historias del otro lado José Luis Garci
La huella del crimen: El crimen del expreso de Andalucía Imanol Uribe
1990 La mujer y el pelele Mario Camus
1987 Lorca, muerte de un poeta Juan Antonio Bardem
1985 La huella del crimen: Jarabo
1984 Goya (serie de televisión) José Ramón Larraz
1981 Cervantes Alfonso Ungría
1980 Les chevaux du soleil François Villiers
1979 Estudio 1: La fierecilla domada | Francisco Abad/Alfredo Castellón
1976–1977 Curro Jiménez Joaquín Luis Romero Marchent

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ HERNÁNDEZ, Virginia. "José Manuel Cervino". El Mundo. Retrieved 23 December 2020.
  2. ^ Interview with José Manuel Cervino
  3. ^ "Eloy de la Iglesia dies". blogdecine.com. Retrieved March 24, 2006.
  4. ^ "Candidates for the Goya 2008 (José Manuel C ervino)". El Mundo. Retrieved February 3, 2008.
  5. ^ «Agoníasin euthanasia for the "Hunters of men"»
  6. ^ "Malaga Festival Jury". Fotogramas (magazine). Retrieved April 25, 2009.
  7. ^ 'Gran Reserva. The Origin' will be the witness prequel to 'Gran Reserva', in May on RTVE

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