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Jorge Lavat
Jorge Lavat.jpg
Born
Jorge Lavat Bayona

(1933-08-03)3 August 1933
Died14 September 2011(2011-09-14) (aged 78)
Mexico City, Mexico
OccupationActor
Years active1958–2011
Spouse(s)Rebeca Manríquez
Children4; including:
Adriana Lavat

Jorge Lavat Bayona (3 August 1933 − 14 September 2011)[1] was a Mexican film and television actor.

Life and work

Born in Mexico City, Mexico, he appeared in more than 25 serialized telenovelas over the decades between 1958 and 2001, including his participation in Senda prohibida, the first telenovela ever produced in Mexico. He was also known for his recordings combining music and the spoken word, particularly a single he released for the essay-poem Desiderata.

He was married four times: first with Ana María Torres, then with Silvia Burgos, his third marriage was once again with Ana María Torres and finally he was the husband of the actress Rebeca Manríquez. He had two sons and two daughters. One of them, Adriana Lavat, also became an actress. He is also related to the Mexican telenovela actress Queta Lavat, his sister, and his brother is also an actor, José Lavat.

Death

He died on September 14, 2011; after a back operation, he suffered a severe infection; he was kept in a coma and was never able to recover. He died from complications of a respiratory infection in a Mexico City hospital; his remains were cremated.[2]

Filmography

Films

Year Title Role Notes
1958 A Thousand and One Nights
1959 El que con niños se acuesta Empleado de Chon Uncredited
1959 Dos corazones y un cielo Representante de auditorio Uncredited
1961 El proceso de las señoritas Vivanco Empleado hotel Uncredited
1961 Chicas casaderas Policía
1961 Azahares rojos
1963 Una joven de 16 años Uncredited
1964 Napoleoncito Marcos
1964 El gallo de oro Jugador de cartas
1965 Los chicos de la noche Padre adoptivo de Gabriela
1965 ¡Ay, Jalisco, no te rajes! Juan
1965 Especialista en chamacas
1966 La Valentina Erasmo
1967 Qué hombre tan sin embargo Amigo de Raúl Uncredited
1967 Domingo salvaje
1968 El escapulario Capitán
1968 Cuatro hombres marcados
1969 Flor marchita Bernardo Molina
1969 La marcha de Zacatecas Capitán Agustín Tovar
1969 Las impuras Capitán
1969 El aviso inoportuno Cliente gasolineria
1969 El criado malcriado Alejandro
1970 La hermanita Dinamita Dr. Miranda
1970 Las figuras de arena
1971 Rosario Lorenzo
1971 El ídolo
1971 Yesenia Osvaldo
1971 Secreto de confesión Esteban
1971 Dos mujeres y un hombre Mario Christie
1972 La criada bien criada Ricardo Montes
1972 Sucedió en Jalisco Cornelio
1972 Triángulo Miguel Escontria
1972 La gatita Daniel
1973 Besos, besos y más besos Segment: "Dos veces por semana"
1973 Santo y el águila real Manuel Villafuerte
1973 La tigresa Manuel Villafuerte
1974 Algo es algo dijo el diablo
1975 Eva, ¿qué hace ese hombre en tu cama? César
1977 Sor Tequila Ignacio
1978 Duro pero seguro Armando Flores
1980 El perdón de la hija de nadie
1981 La Jorobada
1981 La casa prohibida
1982 Vividores de mujeres
1983 Las modelos de desnudos
1983 El amor es un juego extraño
1984 El billetero
1985 La caravana de la muerte Elmo
1985 Los malvivientes
1985 Los guaruras
1991 Infamia
1992 Inventando un crimen Christián González
2009 El estudiante Chano
2010 Marcelino, pan y vino Fray Malo

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1958 Senda prohibida Television debut
1964 Corona de lágrimas
1965 Un grito en la obscuridad
1966 La sombra del pecado
1967 El usurpador
1967 Obsesión
1967 Deborah
1967 Anita de Montemar
1968 Cynthia
1968 Cruz de amor Marcos Belmar
1969 Una plegaria en el camino Roberto
1969 La familia
1969 De turno con la angustia
1970 Yesenia Oswaldo Leroux
1970 La constitución Jaime López
1971 Cristo negro
1972 Hermanos Coraje Jeronimo Coraje Lead role
1973 El honorable Señor Valdez Héctor
1976 Mi hermana la nena Jorge
1978 Julia
1979 Añoranza
1981 El periquillo sangriento
1982 Lo que el cielo no perdona
1983 El amor ajeno Charlie
1986 Monte calvario Armando
1987 Yesenia
1987 Quinceañera Roberto Villanueva
1991 Muchachitas Guillermo Sánchez-Zúñiga
1998 Perla César
1999 La vida en el espejo Don Omar
2001 Cara o cruz Melchor Hidalgo
2002 La Virgen de Guadalupe Agustin Xolotl TV mini-series
2008 La historia detrás del mito Himself TV series documentary
2010 Vidas al límite Himself Episode: "El jugoso negocio del refrito"
2010 Grandes finales de telenovelas Roberto Villanueva Archive footage
2010 Eva Luna Julio Arisméndi

References

  1. ^ "Fallece el actor mexicano Jorge Lavat". Ciudadanía Express (in Spanish). September 15, 2011. Retrieved September 15, 2011.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-02-15. Retrieved 2011-09-15.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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