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June 24, 2014
MEXICO CITY -. The actor, filmmaker and writer Raul Ramirez died on Sunday at age 87 after health complications because of age, today his death was reported.
Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, on January 28, 1927, the outstanding actor also served as a producer of films and soap operas and managed to intervene in his 50 year work history, 117 jobs.
He studied acting at school Andrés Soler and his first job was in “La cinta Marejada” in 1952, where he shared credits with actors Carlos Navarro, Isabela Corona and Barbara Gil.
His last works were interpretive in soap operas such as “Salome” and “Mariana de la Noche”.
Ramirez chaired the National Association of Interpreters (ANDI) 1980-1988, where he faced trial for mismanagement at the end of it in 1988 and was imprisoned three months.
In 2000, the Mexican Society of Directors, Raúl Ramírez awarded the Silver Medal of Merit of the
Director for his 25 years in film.
The remains of Raúl Ramírez were veiled and cremated yesterday at a funeral home in Mexico City Sullivan.
RAMIREZ, Raúl (Raúl Ramírez Martinou)
Born: 1/28/1927, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Died: 6/22/2014, Mexico, Federal District, Mexico
Raúl Ramírez’ westerns – actor, assistant art director:
El aguila negra en ‘El vengador solitario) - 1954
Pueblo quieto – 1955
Mal de amores (Rogaciano el huapanguero) – 1957 (Alvaro)
El ciclon – 1959 (Pedro Zarate)
La diligencia de la muerte – 1961 (Don Regino)
La moneda rota - 1962
Las bravuconas – 1963
Entre bala y bala – 1963
Herencia maldita - 1963
Vuelve el Texano – 1966
Los tres salvajes – 1966
El fugitivo - 1966
La leyenda del bandido – 1967
Todo el horizonte para morir - 1971
Alguien tiene que morir - 1979
One Man’s Hero – 1999 [assistant art director]