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Héctor Ortega

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Héctor Ortega Gómez
Héctor Ortega Gómez.jpg
Born(1939-01-12)12 January 1939
Died3 June 2020(2020-06-03) (aged 81)[1]
NationalityMexican
OccupationActor
Spouse(s)María Asunción Stoupignan
Childrenone son, Damián Ortega

Héctor Ortega Gómez (12 January 1939 — 3 June 2020) was a Mexican film, television, and theater actor. He was also a screenwriter and a director.[2]

Early life

In 1967 Ortega and María Asunción Stoupignan had a son, Damián Ortega, an artist who began his career as a cartoonist in the newspaper, La Jornada.[3]

Career

Ortega's early work as an actor was primarily in the theatrical field, his first work as an actor was in the film There are no thieves in this village (En este pueblo no hay ladrones) 1964 in which he portrayed an effeminate waiter. After his film debut he appeared in a multitude of films that include Los días del amor, La montaña sagrada, El hombre del puente.[4]

He has appeared in many telenovelas, among them were: Colorina, Cicatrices del alma, Cenizas y diamantes, La última esperanza, La sombra del otro, El privilegio de amar, Mi destino eres tú, Aventuras en el tiempo, Alegrijes y rebujos, La verdad oculta and Querida enemiga.

Ortega has also had an extensive career in theater, both acting and directing.[5]

He has appeared in productions such as ¡Ay Cuauhtémoc no te rajes!, El huevo de Colón, works that he also directed; and in 1822: El año que fuimos imperio for which he received the Best Actor Award by the Mexican Association of Theater Critics (Asociación Mexicana de Críticos Teatrales). He directed works such as Silencio: locos trabajando in which Mexican acting legends such as Héctor Suárez, Fernando Luján, Martha Navarro and Susana Alexander also participated. He directed the theater production Ensalada de locos with Manuel "El Loco" Valdés, Héctor Lechuga and Alejandro Suárez, as well as The accidental death of an anarchist (La muerte accidental de un anarquista) 1983 which was one of the most important works of his career, a production that he also appeared in.

He has also stood out as a scriptwriter and playwright, together with Alfonso Arau,[6] Francisco Córdova and Emilio Carballido he co-wrote the original plot and screenplay for El aguila descalza[7] in 1969. Working together with Arau , Alfonso de la Cabada and the caricaturist Eduardo del Río "Rius", and the comic book Los supermachos for the film Calzonzin Inspector in 1973. In 1976 for the film Cuartelazo, he wrote the original plot and together with Alberto Isaac and María Antonieta Domínguez wrote the screenplay.

In 1976 Ortega made his directing film debut with La palomilla al rescate. The following year he directed his second film Vacaciones misteriosas.

Union of Cinema Production Workers

In April 1994 Ortega was elected General Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Union of Cinema Production Workers, a four-year position that would last only 10 months. He had been part of the union for 17 years (STPC), a union comprised not only of people who work in cinema, but theater, night clubs and clowns as well. Ortega was dismissed in January 1995 after being accused by a sector of the union of a lack of commitment to its members.[8][9][10]

In 2012 Ortega participated in the Bellas Artes reading promotional program "Leo… luego existo" (I read, therefore I exist) at the El Cubo in the Tijuana Cultural Center, where he read from his book "Revistas políticas" (Political Magazines).[2]

Filmography

Film

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
1965 There Are No Thieves in This Village Mesero
1971 El águila descalza Factory worker / Transit police
1971 Pubertinaje (segment "Una cena de navidad")
1972 Los días del amor[11] General Terrazas
1972 The Garden of Aunt Isabel
1972 El vals sin fin Francisco Madero
1972 El rincón de las vírgenes Gobernador
1972 Los cacos
1973 The Holy Mountain Drug Master
1973 El premio Nobel del amor
1973 Those Years Estrada
1973 El profeta Mimi Padre de Mimi
1974 Cinco mil dólares de recompensa
1974 Calzonzin Inspector Periodista
1975 Tívoli Lic. Félix Pantoja
1975 Las fuerzas vivas Leandro
1976 El hombre del puente Secretario del presidente
1976 La palomilla al rescate Uncredited
1977 Cuartelazo Belisarío Domínguez
1978 Duro pero seguro Periodista
1979 Adriana del Río, actriz
1981 Cuentos de Principes y Princesas
1986 Outra Vez
1987 Mariana, Mariana Priest
1987 Herencia maldita
1987 El misterio de la casa abandonada Librero
1988 Punto de arroz Short
1989 El costo de la vida
1989 Santa sangre Doctor
1990 ¡Maten a Chinto! Inés
1990 Tú decides sobre el sida Short
1991 La leyenda de una máscara Juan J. Luna
1993 Fray Bartolomé de las Casas Emperador Carlos V
1995 Algunas nubes Writer
1995 'Mujeres insumisas Urtiz
1996 Cuestión de gustos Tío Eustaquio Short
1999 Las delicias del poder Santos Barboza
1999 La paloma de Marsella
2000 Por la libre Felipe
2001 Otaola o la república del exilio Indalecio
2002 Francisca
2003 Lucía, Lucía[12] The Cannibal
2003 La hija del caníbal El Caníbal
2006 El Cobrador: In God We Trust Periodista 1
2010 No eres tú, soy yo Edmundo

Telenovelas

Telenovela roles
Year Title Role Notes
1978 No todo lo que brilla es oro
1980-1981 Colorina Toribio 4 episodes
1984 Los años felices El Padrino 3 episodes
1986 Cicatrices del alma Padre René 3 episodes
1987 Herencia maldita Episode: " El motel"
1990 Cenizas y diamantes Gabino 3 episodes
1993 La última esperanza Don Moy 3 episodes
1996 La sombra del otro Dr. Frank Gluck
1997 No tengo madre Ezequiel 3 episodes
1998–1999 El privilegio de amar Valentín Fonseca 52 episodes
2000 Amigos para siempre Crispín Ávila 2 episodes
2000 Mi destino eres tú Anselmo Sánchez Pérez 3 episodes
2001 Aventuras en el tiempo Kent Wolf
2001 Navidad sin fin Gregorio 1 episode
2003–2004 Alegrijes y rebujos[13] Don Darvelio Granados 5 episodes
2006 La verdad oculta Santiago Guzmán / Fausto Guillén / Mario Genovés 121 episodes
2006–2007 Las dos caras de Ana Leopoldo "Polo" Ribadavia 1 episode
2008 Querida enemiga Toribio Ugarte 1 episode
2010 Zacatillo, un lugar en tu corazón Abundio Zárate 129 episodes
2011–2012 Amorcito corazón Padre Crisóstomo
2012 Por ella soy Eva Richard Fairbanks Episode: "Pierde un negocio importante"
2013–2014 Por siempre mi amor Doctor 8 episodes
2015–2016 Simplemente María Priest
2018 Hijas de la luna Padre Camilo 20 episodes, (final appearance)

TV series

Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
1973 Detective de hotel
1983 Mi colonia la esperanza
1989 Hora marcada Lalo Ep. "El motel"
1990 El motel de la muerte TV movie
1997 Mujer, casos de la vida real
1998 Qué nos pasa?
2001 Diseñador ambos sexos Papá de Jean Phillipe Ep. 8: ¿Quién diablos es Jordy? Ep. 9 Cita a ciegas
2007 Vecinos Don Severiano Ep. "La última conquista"
2009 Hermanos y detectives
2010 Gritos de muerte y libertad Don Agustín Pomposo Ep. "Retrato de una Leona"
2013 Como dice el dicho Don Laco

Awards and nominations

  • Mexican Association of Theater Critics – Best Actor Award for 1822: El Año en que Fuimos Imperio in 2002[14]
  • Ariel Award – Best Picture Award for Mariana, Mariana in 1987
  • 19th Ariel Awards – Best Actor Nomination for Cuartelazo in 1977
  • 15th Ariel Awards – Best Supporting Actor Nomination for El Rincón de las Vírgenes as Gobernador in 1972
  • Ariel Award – Best Original Story for El águila descalza in 1972[15]
  • Ariel Award - Best Picture for El águila descalza in 1972[15]

Stage

  • Para leer Cien años de Soledad 2008, Ortega also directed[16][17]
  • 1822, el año que fuimos imperio 1996[18][19]

Bibliography

2006 – Revistas Políticas. Las últimas revistas cómico políticas del siglo y del milenio[20]

1994 - El cómico proceso de José K.: adaptación de la obra El proceso de Franz Kafka[21]

References

  1. ^ "Fallece el actor mexicano Héctor Ortega a los 81 años". www.diariodemorelos.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 4 June 2020.
  2. ^ a b "Héctor Ortega gives life to the characters of Ay Cuauhtémoc no te rajes in the CECUT". Poder Edomex. Mexico. 24 May 2012. Archived from the original on 24 June 2018. Retrieved 12 June 2018.
  3. ^ Villoro, Juan. "Damián Ortega: How to disarm the world". Gatopardo. Mexico. Retrieved 12 June 2018.
  4. ^ "Se Presenta Libro de Héctor Ortega". Secretaria de Cultura del Gobierno del Distrito Federal. Mexico City. 27 June 2006. Archived from the original on 1 October 2010.
  5. ^ Navarrete Maya, Laura (12 January 2018). "Héctor Ortega". Enciclopedia de la literatura en México. Fundación para las Letras Mexicanas.
  6. ^ Olivas, Basilio (27 May 2018). "Deja novelas para hacer LECTURAS". El Mexicano, Gran Diario Regional.
  7. ^ "Recibe Alfonso Arau medalla al mérito cinematográfico". El Siglo de Torreón. Matamoros. 20 September 2016. Retrieved 6 June 2016.
  8. ^ "PRIMERO SE REFORMARAN LOS ESTATUTOS DEL STPC, Y LUEGO VENDRAN LAS ELECCIONES, DICE SU SECRETARIO INTERINO". Proceso. Mexico City, Mexico. 1 May 1995. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
  9. ^ Bojórquez, Alberto; Rivera J., Héctor (20 February 1995). "Contra Héctor Ortega". Proceso. Mexico City, Mexico. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
  10. ^ "Para el actor Héctor Ortega, fue un complot el que lo destituyó de la Secretaría del Sindicato de la Producción cinematográfica; acusa a Elizondo". Proceso. Mexico City, Mexico. 13 February 1995.
  11. ^ "50th Directors Fortnight May 9–19, 2018, Los Dias Del Amor FORTNIGHT 1972, FEATURE FILM, 89". quinzaine-realisateurs.com. Quinzaine des Réalisateurs. May 2018. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
  12. ^ Mitchell, Elvis (25 July 2003). The New York Times. New York https://www.nytimes.com/2003/07/25/movies/film-review-her-husband-disappears-so-she-must-find-herself.html. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  13. ^ "¿Se acerca un reencuentro de Alegrijes y Rebujos? esta fotografía desató todo". Mundo TKM. 21 December 2012. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
  14. ^ Martínez Arias, Eunice. "No añora el pasado". El Siglo de Torreón. Matamoros, Mexico. Retrieved 12 June 2018.
  15. ^ a b Bentley Hammer, Tad (1991). International film prizes: an encyclopedia. University of Michigan: Garland. p. 352. ISBN 0824070992.
  16. ^ "Arranca Para leer Cien años de Soledad en la Feria del Libro del Zócalo". artesehistoria.mx. Artes e Historia. 10 October 2008. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
  17. ^ Vargas, Ángel (14 June 2008). "Héctor Ortega persiste en fomentar el gusto por la lectura mediante el teatro". .jornada.unam.mx. La Jornada. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
  18. ^ Estrada, Oswaldo; Mar Nogar, Anna (2014). Colonial Itineraries of Contemporary Mexico: Literary and Cultural Inquiries. University of Arizona Press. p. 264. ISBN 978-0816531080.
  19. ^ "1822, el año que fuimos imperio, retrata las coincidencias políticas con la época actual". La Jornada. 29 March 1996. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
  20. ^ Ortega, Hector (2006). Revistas Políticas. University of Texas: Escenología A.C. ISBN 9687881402.
  21. ^ Ortega, Héctor; Kafka, Franz (1994). El cómico proceso de José K.: adaptación de la obra El proceso de Franz Kafka. Universidad Autónoma de Baja California. ISBN 9789687326108.

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