Augusto Gerardo Junco Tassinari (3 October 1915 – 9 December 1983), known professionally as Tito Junco, was a Mexican actor. He was considered one of the greatest actors of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema.
Augusto Gerardo Junco Tassinari
3 October 1915
Gutiérrez Zamora, Veracruz, Mexico
|Died||9 December 1983 (aged 68)|
Mexico City, Mexico
|Resting place||Panteón Jardín|
|Education||Heroica Escuela Naval Militar|
|Relatives||Víctor Junco (brother)|
During his career, Junco appeared in about 200 films and received an Ariel Award nomination for his supporting performance in the 1948 film Que Dios me perdone.
- The Count of Monte Cristo (1942)
- Red Konga (1943)
- María Magdalena: Pecadora de Magdala (1946)
- Reina de reinas: La Virgen María (1948)
- Cuatro contra el mundo (1950)
- Our Lady of Fatima (1951)
- Remember to Live (1953)
- Where Are Our Children Going? (1958)
- The Life of Agustín Lara (1959)
- Spicy Chile (1983)
- ^ "Tito Junco. Actor from the Golden Age of Mexican film industry". TheCubanHistory. 5 November 2014. Retrieved 19 August 2018.
- Tito Junco at IMDb