Alfredo Landa

Birthday:
03/03/1933
Place of birth:
Pamplona, Navarra, Spain:
Biography:
Alfredo Landa (3 March 1933 – 9 May 2013) was a Spanish actor. Alfredo Landa Arena born in Pamplona (Navarre), Spain. He finished his pre-university studies in San Sebastián. He then began university studies on Law, where he began to work with university school groups. He left university to work in the theater. After working as a dubbing actor for a short time in the 1950s, he debuted with his first considerable role in film in José María Forqué's Atraco a las tres in 1962. When Francisco Franco died in 1975, censorship began to disappear. This led to a growth of erotic comedies on Spanish cinema. Landa became the "sexually repressed" role of that trend, especially under directors Mariano Ozores and Pedro Lazaga. He even created his own trend, that some people called landismo.[2] Afterwards, Landa changed his image, taking much deeper roles, like his bandit in El Bosque animado. Landa, along with Francisco Rabal, won Best Actor award at 1984 Cannes Film Festival for his memorable performance in Los santos inocentes. He is now widely recognized as a great dramatic actor. After a career with more than one hundred and twenty movies, one dozen of television series, and several stage successes, with a great amount of Spanish and European awards, 74-year-old Landa announced his retirement at the X Festival de Cine de Málaga (10th Movie Festival of Málaga) while receiving a new award. Description above from the Wikipedia article Alfredo Landa (actor), licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Credits

El Quijote desde la platea (2019)
as Himself - Actor / Sancho Panza (archive footage)
El precio de la risa (2017)
as Himself (archive footage)
Luz de domingo (2007)
as Joaco
Tiovivo c. 1950 (2004)
as Eusebio Cascajero y Esparza
El oro de Moscú (2003)
as Faustino Peláez
La luz prodigiosa (2003)
as Joaquín Panjero
Historia de un Beso (2002)
Los porretas (1996)
El rey del río (1995)
¡Por fin solos! (1994)
Canción de cuna (1994)
La marrana (1992)
as Bartolomé
Aquí, el que no corre... vuela (1992)
as Teo
El Quijote de Miguel de Cervantes (1992)
as Sancho Panza
El río que nos lleva (1988)
as El americano
Sinatra (1988)
as Sinatra
El bosque animado (1987)
as Melvis
El pecador impecable (1987)
as Honorio Sigüenza
¡Biba la banda! (1987)
as Sargento Pérez
Bandera negra (1986)
as Patxi
Tata Mía (1986)
as Teo
La vaquilla (1985)
as Brigada Castro
Los paraísos perdidos (1985)
Una rosa al viento (1984)
as José
Los santos inocentes (1984)
as Paco, El Bajo
Piernas cruzadas (1984)
as Jeremías
El crack dos (1983)
as Germán “el Piojo” Areta
Un Rolls para Hipólito (1983)
as Hipólito Castañón
Las autonosuyas (1983)
as Austrasigildo
La próxima estación (1982)
as José Luis
Profesor eróticus (1981)
El poderoso influjo de la luna (1981)
as Morán
El crack (1981)
as Germán Areta el Piojo
Préstame tu mujer (1981)
as Blas
El canto de la cigarra (1980)
as Aris
El alcalde y la política (1980)
as Tomás Sierra
Amigo (1980)
as Padre Velasco
Paco el seguro (1979)
as Paco
El rediezcubrimiento de México (1979)
as Ceferino Díaz Fernández
Polvos mágicos (1979)
as Arturo
Las verdes praderas (1979)
as José Rebolledo
Historia de S (1979)
as Sebastián
El puente (1977)
as Juan
Celedonio y yo somos así (1977)
as Daniel Martínez
Alcalde por elección (1976)
as Federico Villalba/Ricardo Smith
Esclava te doy (1976)
as Alberto
Mayordomo para todo (1976)
as Germán
Solo ante el Streaking (1975)
as Ángel Perales
Los pecados de una chica casi decente (1975)
Tío, ¿de verdad vienen de París? (1975)
Cuando el cuerno suena (1975)
as José
Las obsesiones de Armando (1974)
as Armando
El reprimido (1974)
as Lucas Trigo
Fin de semana al desnudo (1974)
as Rodolfo Cisneros
Pisito de solteras (1974)
as Emilio Vallejo
Jenaro el de los 14 (1974)
as Jenaro Castrillo
Dormir y ligar: todo es empezar (1974)
as Saturnino del Olmo
Un curita cañón (1974)
Manolo, la nuit (1973)
as Manolo Olmedillo
Las estrellas están verdes (1973)
París bien vale una moza (1972)
Guapo heredero busca esposa (1972)
as Fidel Frutos
Los novios de mi mujer (1972)
as Emilio Antúnez
¡No firmes más letras, cielo! (1972)
as Sabino Gurupe
Vente a ligar al Oeste (1972)
as Benito
Los días de Cabirio (1971)
as Alfredo Velázquez
No desearás a la mujer del vecino (1971)
as Pedro
El diablo Cojuelo (1971)
Si estás muerto, ¿por qué bailas? (1971)
as Inspector Murphy
Aunque la hormona se vista de seda... (1971)
as Bienvenido Garcés
Préstame quince días (1971)
as Galdino
La decente (1971)
as Comisario Miranda
Simón, contamos contigo (1971)
as Simón Giménez
¡Vente a Alemania, Pepe! (1971)
as Pepe
No desearás al vecino del quinto (1970)
as Antón Gutiérrez
Cateto a babor (1970)
as Miguel Cañete Moste
El alma se serena (1970)
Soltera y madre en la vida (1969)
as Paco
Cuatro noches de boda (1969)
¿Por qué te engaña tu marido? (1969)
as Eduardo
Una vez al año ser hippy no hace daño (1969)
as Ricardo
Las Leandras (1969)
as Casildo
La dinamita está servida (1968)
as Bruno
Los subdesarrollados (1968)
as Timoteo Fonseca
Los que tocan el piano (1968)
as Venancio Torralba 'El Torralba'
No somos de piedra (1968)
Un diablo bajo la almohada (1968)
as Brocheros
40 Grados A La Sombra (1967)
as Máximo
Novios 68 (1967)
as Pepe García Moratillo, fontanero
Las que tienen que servir (1967)
De cuerpo presente (1967)
Cronica de nueve meses (1967)
Las cicatrices (1967)
as Tormento
Pero... ¿En qué país vivimos? (1967)
as Rodolfo Sicilia
¿Qué hacemos con los hijos? (1967)
as Enrique
Amor a la española (1967)
El arte de casarse (1966)
as Dr. León Hernández
Las viudas (1966)
as Valentín Martínez (segment "El Retrato de Regino")
Hoy como ayer (1966)
as Felipe
El arte de no casarse (1966)
as Alfonso de la Peña y Peña, abogado (1) / Alfredo, marqués (2) / Benito López (3) / Pascual, soldado (4)
Nuevo en esta plaza (1966)
La ciudad no es para mí (1966)
as Genaro
Nobleza baturra (1965)
as Perico
Historias de la televisión (1965)
Ninette y un señor de Murcia (1965)
as Armando
Casi un caballero (1964)
as Agustín
La niña de luto (1964)
as Rafael Castroviejo
I marziani hanno 12 mani (1964)
as X2
El verdugo (1963)
as Sacristán
Atraco a las tres (1962)
as Castrillo
Around the World in Eighty Days (1956)
as Extra (uncredited)

VideoAccent.com © 2020

Powered by: