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Tito García
David Bailey with Tito Garcia in Seven Guns for the MacGregors, 1967.jpg
Born
Pablo García González

(1931-08-17)August 17, 1931
DiedMay 6, 2003(2003-05-06) (aged 71)
OccupationActor

Pablo García González, known as Tito García (1931–2003) was a Spanish actor.

Biography

Working as a torero in his youth, he played a minor role in Pelusa (1961).[1] After this, he intended to dedicate himself to an acting career, and came to be one of the most frequently featured supporting actor in the Spanish cinema of the 1960s and 1970s. He often played villains in the Spaghetti Western genre of the 1960s. During his later career, during the 1980s and 1990s, he reduced his activity in cinema productions and appeared more frequently on television. He died in April 2003 aged 71.[2]

Filmography

Films

TV series

  • Crónicas de un pueblo (1971-1974) as Benito
  • Cuentos y leyendas (1974-1976) as Carpintero
  • Los libros (1974-1976) as Hombre en tren / Lego Bartolo
  • El pícaro (1975) as El Jayán
  • Kara Ben Nemsi Effendi (1975) as Tschurak / Kadi Helper
  • Este señor de negro (1975) as Colista 3º
  • El quinto jinete (1975) as Posadero
  • Zum kleinen Fisch (1977) as Fischer
  • Estudio 1 (1977)
  • Curro Jiménez (1977)
  • Es muß nicht immer Kaviar sein (1977)
  • El hotel de las mil y una estrellas (1978-1979)
  • Escrito en América (1979)
  • Cervantes (1981) as Alcaide
  • Verano azul (1982) as Comerciante
  • Los gozos y las sombras (1982) as Cubeiro
  • Proceso a Mariana Pineda (1984)
  • Página de sucesos (1985) as Taxista
  • Media naranja (1986) as Policía municipal
  • Turno de oficio (1986) as Carnicero
  • Eva y Adán, agencia matrimonial (1990)
  • Farmacia de guardia (1992-1993) as Ceferino / Panadero / Cliente
  • Habitación 503 (1993-1994)
  • La mujer de tu vida 2 (1994)
  • Compuesta y sin novio (1994)
  • Médico de familia (1995) as Eulogio, panadero
  • Los ladrones van a la oficina (1995) as Celestino
  • Aquí hay negocio (1995)
  • Colegio mayor (1996) as Taxista
  • Kety no para (1997) as Braulio
  • Hermanas (1998)
  • Manos a la obra (1998)
  • A las once en casa (1999)
  • Periodistas (1998)
  • Cuéntame cómo pasó (2002) as Piroperador

References

  1. ^ Serrano Cueto, José Manuel (2003). Aldo Sambrell, la mirada más despiadada: confesiones de uno de los malos del cine español. Fancy Ediciones. p. 45. ISBN 9788495455284.
  2. ^ "Tito García, actor". El País (in Spanish). Prisa. 5 May 2003. Retrieved 9 April 2019.

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