Mexican actor Miguel Ángel Ferriz dies
February 6, 2013 2:26 PM, PST | PeopleEnEspanol.com
The actor Miguel Ángel Ferriz died on the morning of Wednesday February 6, 2013 the victim of pneumonia after being hospitalized since last weekend at the Institute of Pneumonia in Mexico City.
Ferriz, was the son of actor Ángel Ferriz, and the grandson of actor Miguel Ángel Ferriz. Ferriz acted in film, theater and television. Among his more than 20 films were “Los indolentes” (1978), “Lo mejor de Teresa” (1976), “La Casta Divina” (1977), “Morirse está en Hebreo” (2007), and his only Euro-western “Garden of Venus” (1979) with Chuck Connors, John Ireland and Jorge Rivero where he was credited as Miguel Fieman.
Miguel appeared in more than two dozen stage plays including “A Long Day’s Journey into Night” (1977) “Crazy Love” (1987) by Sam Shepard and “Orphans” (2003) by Anton Chekhov.
He was the director of the Center for Arts Education Televisa Monterrey and founder of the Center for Television Azteca acting school.
The actor had a project underway with TV Azteca, a soap opera, in which he would share credits with Paola Núñez and Mauricio Islas.
FERRIZ, Miguel Ángel
Born: 6/19/1950, Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
Died: 2/6/2013. Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
Miguel Ángel Ferriz’s western – actor:
Garden of Venus – 1979 (Miguel) [credited as Miguel Fieman]