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Miguel Ligero (Argentine actor)

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Miguel Ligero
Miguel Ligero.JPG
Born1911
Died1 February 1989
NationalityArgentinian
OccupationActor

Miguel Ligero (1911–1989) was a film, television and theater actor from Argentina.[1]

Biography

Ligero was born in 1911 in Rosario, Santa Fe.[2] In 1938 he made his film debut with The Caranchos of Florida and went on to appear in some twenty films. For his work in Castigo al traidor (Punishment to the Traitor) and El ojo que espía (the spying eye), both from 1966, he was awarded the Silver Condor award for best supporting actor. In 1965 he received the Martin Fierro Award for Best Actor in a novel. Other works were Palo y hueso (1967), La guerra del cerdo (1975), El soltero (1977) and El hombre del subsuelo (1981).[1]

In theater he worked with Luis Arata, Enrique de Rosas and Olinda Bozán and acted for several seasons at the Teatro General San Martín. Among other works, he appeared in Waiting for Godot and The Caucasian Chalk Circle.[1] After the beginning of television soap operas he worked on Señorita Medianoche (Miss Midnight - 1963), Mariana and other programs. He was received the Konex Award in 1981 in the category of Actor in a Comedy Film and Theater.

He died on 1 February 1989 (aged 77) in Buenos Aires, Argentina after a heart attack.[1]

Films

Miguel Ligero appeared in the following films:[2]

Theatre

Television

  • Amar... al salvaje (1983) Series .... Serafín (1983)
  • Quiero gritar tu nombre (1981) Series .... (1981)
  • Mañana puedo morir (1979) (TV)
  • Los bulbos (1974) mini-series
  • Alta comedia (episode Los árboles mueren de pie (1974) .... Balboa
  • Esta noche... miedo (1970) Series
  • El mundo del espectáculo (1968) Series
  • Burbuja (1967) Series .... León Ramos
  • Mariana (1966) Series .... Padre Florencio
  • Show Standard Electric (1965) mini-series .... (1965)
  • Candilejas (1965) Series .... Felipe
  • Dos gotas de agua (1964) Serie .... Don Paco
  • Señorita Medianoche (1963) Serie .... Don César
  • Mañana puede ser verdad (episodio El hombre que perdió su risa (1962) series.
  • Blum
  • Teatro como en el Teatro

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Miguel Ligero". CineNacional. Retrieved 2012-04-26.
  2. ^ a b Miguel Ligero at IMDb
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