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Carlos Bracho
Carlos Bracho in 2014.jpg
Bracho in 2014
Born
Carlos Enrique Bracho González

(1937-10-06) October 6, 1937 (age 83)[1]
OccupationActor, writer, producer
Years active1954–present

Carlos Enrique Bracho González[1] (born October 6, 1937) is a Mexican actor and writer.[2][3]

Filmography

Films

Year Title Role Notes
1968 Los ángeles de Puebla Tirso Film debut
1970 Claudia y el deseo Dr. Pimentel
1970 Flor de durazno Enrique
1970 Rubí César
1970 Alguien nos quiere matar Juan Pablo Ortigosa
1971 La Generala Manuel Sampedro / ingeniero Alejandro Robles Escandón
1971 Vuelo 701 Eduardo Váldes
1971 Mamá Dolores Luis Borges
1972 Me he de comer esa tuna
1972 Lo que más queremos
1972 El vals sin fin
1972 Vendedor de diamantes Short film
1973 Aquellos años
1973 Mamá Dolores
1973 San Simón de los Magueyes Esteban Writer/producer[1]
1976 Espejismo de la ciudad José Inés
1977 La coquito
1978 Ángel Negro
1978 Cananea Esteban Baca Calderón
1981 El sexo de los ricos Luis Alcántara
1982 Antonieta José Vasconcelos
1990 Con el miedo en las venas Luis Beltrán
1995 Como sacar 10 en civismo Short film
1995 Juego limpio The Boss
2011 La última muerte Mateo Wilkins

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1966 El patio de Tlaquepaque Television debut
1967 La tormenta Teniente Fernández
1967 Lo prohibido
1967 Lágrimas amargas
1967 Incertidumbre
1968 Leyendas de México
1968 Mariana Miguel
1968 Los Caudillos Allende
1969 Sin palabras Pierre Duhamel
1969 Más allá de la muerte Ángel Ramírez
1969 El retrato de Dorian Gray
1970 La constitución
1970 La cruz de Marisa Cruces
1970 El precio de un hombre
1972 El carruaje Octavio Rivera
1973 Mi rival Gonzalo
1973 La hiena Emilio Martínez
1974 Marina
1975 Pobre Clara Francisco Escobedo
1976 Mañana será otro día Armando
1978 Pasiones encendidas Fernando
1979 Aprendiendo a amar Alfredo
1980 La madre
1982 En busca del paraíso José Luis
1983 El maleficio Juanito
1988 Pasión y poder Arturo Montenegro Lead role
1989 Tres Generaciones
1989 Morir para vivir Andrés Guzmán
1989 Luz y sombra Ricardo Saucedo
1990 Mi pequeña Soledad Hernán
1991 Valeria y Maximiliano Miguel Landero
1991 Milagro y magia George O'Higgins
1995–96 Agujetas de color de rosa Jorge
1996 Mi querida Isabel Bernardo
1996 La sombra del otro Don Clemente
1997 Amada enemiga
1997 Sin ti Félix Guzmán
1998 Ángela Salvador Bautista
1999 Tres mujeres Dr. de la Garza
1999 Por tu amor
1999 Alma Rebelde
2000 Mujeres engañadas Lic. Ernesto Sierra
2001 El derecho de nacer Rafael del Junco Co-lead role
2004–2005 Mujer de Madera Ramiro Linares
2006 Vecinos Tranquilino Bravo Episode: "Aguas turbias"
2006–2007 La fea más bella Don Humberto Mendiola
2007 Muchachitas como tú Bernardo Barbosa
2007 Amor sin maquillaje Himself
2008 Fuego en la sangre Don Bernardo Elizondo 6 episodes
2008 Mujeres asesinas Leonardo Episode: "Emma, costurera"
2010 Soy tu dueña Father Justino Samaniego 22 episodes
2011 El Equipo Edmundo 5 episodes
2012 Por ella soy Eva Modesto Caballero 149 episodes
2015–2016 La vecina Licenciado Uribe
2017 Enamorándome de Ramón Pedro Lamadrid
2018 Mi marido tiene familia Canuto "Tito" Córcega

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Bracho, Carlos". Escritores Cinemexicanos (in Spanish). Archived from the original on July 18, 2010. Retrieved August 4, 2015.
  2. ^ "Carlos Bracho describe un México lleno de corrupción e impunidad". Entorno Inteligente (in Spanish). Retrieved August 9, 2015.
  3. ^ Jesús Ibarra (2006). Los Bracho: tres generaciones de cine mexicano (in Spanish). ISBN 9789703230747. Retrieved August 9, 2015.

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