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Damián Alcázar

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Damián Alcázar
Alcázar in 2019
Born
Jorge Damián Alcázar Castello

(1953-01-08) January 8, 1953 (age 71)
Occupation(s)Actor, politician
Years active1985 - present

Jorge Damián Alcázar Castello (born January 8, 1953) is a Mexican actor and politician, who is best known outside of Mexico as Lord Sopespian in The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian and Alberto Reyes in Blue Beetle. He was a deputy in the Constituent Assembly of Mexico City from the MORENA political party.

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Career

Damián Alcázar studied acting first at the National Institute of Fine Arts and at the Theatrical Experimentation Center, then continued at the Faculty of Theater of the Veracruz University, where in later years he would work as a teacher.

He served as an actor for eight years in two theatre companies, alongside the most prestigious directors in Mexico. Notably under the direction of George Labaudan, he appeared on Jean Genet's play, The Balcony.

He has appeared in six foreign films and more than twenty-eight Mexican films. He was awarded the Ariel for Best Actor in 1999 and in 2004, for the films Under California: The Time Limit, by Carlos Bolado, and Crónicas, by Sebastián Cordero. He also won the prize for Best Actor at the Festival of Valladolid in Spain, for the latter.

He received the Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor for El anzuelo, by Ernesto Rimoch; for Lolo, by Francisco Athié; and for Carlos Carrera's successful film, The Crime of Padre Amaro. Alcázar has been nominated to receive this same award four other times. He won the award for Best Actor at the Cartagena Film Festival in Colombia for the film Two Crimes, by Roberto Sneider.

He has also worked on telenovelas, the most recent one being Secretos del corazón, produced by Epigmenio Ibarra for TV Azteca.

In April 2013 he was awarded the Honor Prize of the Latin American Film Show of Lleida with José Coronado.

In June 2016 he was elected as deputy by the political party MORENA in the Constituent Assembly of Mexico City, but left the position in January 2017 after being absent for three months.[1]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1985 El centro del laberinto Short film
1986 Debutantes Short film
1987 Pasa en las mejores familias
Carta de un sobrino Short film
1989 Romero Campesino
La ciudad al desnudo La Suavecita Nominated — Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor
1990 La ciudad al desnudo Short film
1991 Un cielo cruel y una tierra colorada Short film
Sombra de ángel Short film
La leyenda de una máscara Olmo Robles
Bandidos Mexican man
Mujer del puerto Marro
El Patrullero Suspect #1
Diplomatic Immunity Pool Cleaner / Hitman Uncredited
1992 De barros Short film
Cita en el paraíso Pablo Short film
1993 Abuelita de Bakman Escritor
Lolo Marcelino Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor
1994 Ámbar Prisoner #3
1995 Dos crímenes Marcos González Nominated — Ariel Award for Best Actor
Algunas nubes La Rata
En el aire Cmdr. Paco
1996 Tres minutos en la oscuridad
El anzuelo Humberto Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor
Katuwira Caronte
Overkill José
1997 Men with Guns Padre Portillo
1998 Bajo California: El límite del tiempo Damián Ariel Award for Best Actor
1999 Ave María Cuña
Herod's Law Juan Vargas Ariel Award for Best Actor
Sofía Pedro
2000 Compassionate Sex Virgin man
Crónica de un desayuno Taxi driver
2001 Pachito Rex - Me voy pero no del todo
La habitación azul Garduño
2002 The Crime of Father Amaro Padre Natalio Pérez Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor
2004 Crónicas Vinicio Cepeda Ariel Award for Best Actor
Héctor Martín
2005 Borderland Ulises
Las vueltas del citrillo Sargent Collazo Ariel Award for Best Actor
2006 Un mundo maravilloso Juan Pérez
Only God Knows Presagio
Fuera del cielo Officer Rojas
2007 Satanás Eliseo
¡Pega Martín pega!
2008 El viaje de Teo Wenceslao
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian Lord Sopespian
2009 Marea de arena
Bala mordida Commander
Don't Let Me Drown Ramón
Of Love and Other Demons Abrenuncio
2009 Corto libre
2010 De la infancia Basilio Niebla
Chicogrande Chicogrande
Garcia Garcia
El Infierno Benjamín "El Benny" García Ariel Award for Best Actor
El último comandante Paco Jarquín
2012 Fecha de caducidad Genaro
Hermano lejano Psychologist
2013 Ciudadano Buelna Lucio Blanco
Forgotten José Mendieta
2014 The Perfect Dictatorship Governor Carmelo Vargas
La sargento Matacho Feliciano Pachón
Eddie Reynolds y los ángeles de acero Lalo / Eddie Winner - Best Actor at the Hermosillo International Film Festival[2]
Magallanes
2015 The Thin Yellow Line Toño Nominated — Ariel Award for Best Actor
2019 The Mongolian Conspiracy Filiberto García
Miss Bala Chief Rafael Saucedo
2021 The Mighty Victoria Don Federico
Presencias
2022 The Monroy Affaire Ronnie Monroy
2023 Blue Beetle Alberto Reyes
¡Que viva México! Rosendo

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1986 El camino secreto José Luis
1990 Mi pequeña Soledad Florentino
1991 Yo no creo en los hombres Juan
1999 Cuentos para solitarios Ramón Episode: "La mala hora de Ramón"
2000–2001 Todo por amor Don Mariano
2003 And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself Gen. Rodolfo Fierro Television film
2003–2004 El alma herida Francisco "Frank" López
2009–2012 Kdabra René 33 episodes
2010 Las Aparicio Hernán Almada
2011 El encanto del águila Plutarco Elías Calles 3 episodes
2012 Lynch Eduardo Zúñiga 2 episodes
Capadocia Alberto Gómez 7 episodes
2014 Metástasis Tuco Salamanca 4 episodes
Señora Acero Vicente Acero Guest role (season 1); archive footage (seasons 2-3)
2015–2016 El Dandy Juan Antonio Ramírez / El Chueco Main role
2016–2017 2091 Sr. Patrick Hull 12 episodes
Narcos Gilberto Rodríguez Orejuela Main role; 18 episodes
2017 Sin senos sí hay paraíso Don Chalo Recurring role
2018 José José, el príncipe de la canción José Sosa Esquivel Recurring role
Rubirosa Rafael Trujillo
2019 Preso No. 1 Salvador Recurring role
2021- 2022 Acapulco Don Pablo Bonilla Recurring role
2021 Narcos: Mexico Gilberto Rodríguez Orejuela

References

  1. ^ Suárez, Gerardo (2017-01-11). "Damián Alcázar renuncia a la Asamblea Constituyente". El Universal (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 2020-12-19. Retrieved 2020-12-19.
  2. ^ "CineCorto.org – Una plataforma para el cortometraje latinoamericano". www.cinecorto.org. Retrieved 2023-04-17.

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