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JORGE MISTRAL (fue un actor español)

Biografía

Biografía

MODESTO LLOSAS ROSELL (AldayaValencia24 de noviembre de 1920Ciudad de México21 de abril de 1972), conocido como JORGE MISTRAL, fue un actor español.  Hizo cine extranjero en México, país en donde realizó varias películas.

 

Biografía y carrera

Después de abandonar prematuramente su carrera de Derecho, decidió dedicarse al teatro donde empezó a desarrollar el rol de galán, que no abandonaría en toda su carrera. Sucesivamente se integraría en las compañías de teatro de José Rivero, Ana Adamuz y Josita Hernán.

 

Debuta en el cine en 1944 en la película La llamada de la mar del director José Gaspar. Firma en ese momento un contrato en exclusiva con la que entonces era la productora más potente del país: Cifesa.

 

En 1949 hizo su primera gira teatral por Hispanoamérica, donde tuvo mucho éxito y pasó a desarrollar gran parte de su carrera como actor, sobre todo en México.

 

En los años 1940 y 1950 participó en algunos de los filmes españoles más populares, como PequeñecesLocura de amor (con Aurora Bautista y Fernando Rey), la versión de 1952 de La hermana San Sulpicio (con Carmen Sevilla) y uno de los mayores éxitos de Sara MontielCarmen la de Ronda.

 

Tuvo también papeles protagónicos en producciones mexicanas e internacionales, como Camelia (con María Félix), Deseada (con Dolores del Río), Cabo de Hornos (con Silvia Pinal), Boy on a Dolphin (con Sophia Loren), Cuentos de verano (con Sylva Koscina) y La spada e la croce (con Yvonne De Carlo y Rossana Podestà).

 

En la década de 1960 intentó dar el salto a la realización con las películas La fiebre del deseo (1964) y La piel desnuda (1964).

 

El 21 de abril de 1972 se suicidó en México, después de un periodo depresivo, agravado por un cáncer duodenal que padecía desde hace un tiempo, cuando se hallaba realizando la telenovela mexicana Hermanos Coraje, que se transmitía por Televisión Independiente de México (TIM), Canal 8.

Biography

Wikipedia in English

 

MODESTO LLOSAS ROSELL (Aldaya, Valencia, November 24, 1920-Mexico City, April 21, 1972), known as JORGE MISTRAL, was a Spanish actor. He made foreign cinema in Mexico, a country where he made several films.

 

Biography and career

After prematurely abandoning his law career, he decided to dedicate himself to the theater where he began to develop the role of heartthrob, which he would not abandon throughout his career. He would subsequently join the theater companies of José Rivero, Ana Adamuz and Josita Hernán.

 

He made his film debut in 1944 in the film The Call of the Sea by director José Gaspar. At that time, I signed an exclusive contract with what was then the most powerful producer in the country: Cifesa.

 

In 1949 he made his first theatrical tour of Latin America, where he was very successful and went on to develop a large part of his acting career, especially in Mexico.

 

In the 1940s and 1950s he participated in some of the most popular Spanish films, such as Pequeñeces, Locura de amor (with Aurora Bautista and Fernando Rey), the 1952 version of La Sister San Sulpicio (with Carmen Sevilla) and one of the older Sara Montiel’s successes: Carmen la de Ronda.

 

He also had leading roles in Mexican and international productions, such as Camelia (with María Félix), Deseada (with Dolores del Río), Cabo de Hornos (with Silvia Pinal), Boy on a Dolphin (with Sophia Loren), Cuentos de verano (with Sylva Koscina) and La spada e la croce (with Yvonne De Carlo and Rossana Podestà).

 

In the 1960s, I have tried to make the leap to filmmaking with the films La Fever del Desire (1964) and La Piel Naked (1964).

 

On April 21, 1972, he committed suicide in Mexico, after a depressive period, aggravated by a duodenal cancer that he had suffered for some time, when he was making the Mexican telenovela Hermanos Coraje, which was broadcast on Televisión Independiente de México (TIM ), Channel 8.

 

Filmography

1944 The Call of the Sea

1945 Angela is like this

1946 The Gypsy Woman and the King

1946 open sea

1946 White Mission

1947 Heroes of ’95

1947 The Lady with the Ermine

1947 The captain ship

1947 The concerns of Shanti Andía

1948 Anchor Button

1948 Madness of love

1948 Pototo, Boliche y Compañía

1949 Currito de la Cruz

1949 The Duchess of Benamejí

1949 The jungle without god

1949 Sabela de Cambados

1949 Neutrality

1950 Little Things …

1950 poor heart

1951 Loving was his sin

1951 Taunted

1951 Wanted

1951 The Air Lashing

1951 Mount of Mercy

1951 Pilgrim

1952 Passionate

1952 The right to be born

1952 The sea and you

1952 Sister Saint Sulpice

1952 The lie

1952 The Woman You Want

1952 The night is ours

1952 Three men in my life

1953 The Count of Monte Cristo

1953 Death is my partner (I want to live)

1954 Abyss of passion

1954 camellia

1954 Orchids for my wife

1954 Three dates with destiny

1954 An Andalusian gentleman

1955 Love in four times

1955 The Case of the Murdered Woman

1955 The express train

1955 Stronger than love

1955 forever

1956 Express of Andalusia

1956 the cat

1956 The Big Lie

1956 The Legion of Silence

1957 Boy on a Dolphin

1957 Cape Horn

1957 Le schiave di Cartagine

1958 Forbidden love

1958 Amore at first sight

1958 La spada e la croce

1958 Revenge

1958 Racconti stand

1959 Carmen the one from Ronda

1960 I believe in you

1960 È arrivata la parigina

1960 The White Sister

1961 Juana Gallo

1961 The girl

1961 Three Romeos and a Juliet

1961 Ventolera

1962 Under One Face

1962 The Love of Loves

1962 Sin

1963 One Night’s Story

1963 Shéhérazade

1964 Gunfighters of Big House

1966 The Fever of Desire

1966 Bare Skin

1968 Crime without forgetting

1969 The debutantes in love

1971 The Burning Desire

1971 The Gates of Paradise

1971 The corrupted

1973 Diamonds, gold and love

1973 Invasion of the Dead

1973 Justice is twelve years old.

 

TV soaps

1965 The Price of Pride

1966 the network

1967 Women and prison

1967 Madness of love

1971 Story of a master.

⭐ Nació: 24/11/1920 ⚰ Murió: 21/04/1972

MODESTO LLOSAS ROSELL (AldayaValencia24 de noviembre de 1920Ciudad de México21 de abril de 1972), conocido como JORGE MISTRAL, fue un actor español.  Hizo cine extranjero en México, país en donde realizó varias películas.

 

Biografía y carrera

Después de abandonar prematuramente su carrera de Derecho, decidió dedicarse al teatro donde empezó a desarrollar el rol de galán, que no abandonaría en toda su carrera. Sucesivamente se integraría en las compañías de teatro de José Rivero, Ana Adamuz y Josita Hernán.

 

Debuta en el cine en 1944 en la película La llamada de la mar del director José Gaspar. Firma en ese momento un contrato en exclusiva con la que entonces era la productora más potente del país: Cifesa.

 

En 1949 hizo su primera gira teatral por Hispanoamérica, donde tuvo mucho éxito y pasó a desarrollar gran parte de su carrera como actor, sobre todo en México.

 

En los años 1940 y 1950 participó en algunos de los filmes españoles más populares, como PequeñecesLocura de amor (con Aurora Bautista y Fernando Rey), la versión de 1952 de La hermana San Sulpicio (con Carmen Sevilla) y uno de los mayores éxitos de Sara MontielCarmen la de Ronda.

 

Tuvo también papeles protagónicos en producciones mexicanas e internacionales, como Camelia (con María Félix), Deseada (con Dolores del Río), Cabo de Hornos (con Silvia Pinal), Boy on a Dolphin (con Sophia Loren), Cuentos de verano (con Sylva Koscina) y La spada e la croce (con Yvonne De Carlo y Rossana Podestà).

 

En la década de 1960 intentó dar el salto a la realización con las películas La fiebre del deseo (1964) y La piel desnuda (1964).

 

El 21 de abril de 1972 se suicidó en México, después de un periodo depresivo, agravado por un cáncer duodenal que padecía desde hace un tiempo, cuando se hallaba realizando la telenovela mexicana Hermanos Coraje, que se transmitía por Televisión Independiente de México (TIM), Canal 8.

Wikipedia in English

 

MODESTO LLOSAS ROSELL (Aldaya, Valencia, November 24, 1920-Mexico City, April 21, 1972), known as JORGE MISTRAL, was a Spanish actor. He made foreign cinema in Mexico, a country where he made several films.

 

Biography and career

After prematurely abandoning his law career, he decided to dedicate himself to the theater where he began to develop the role of heartthrob, which he would not abandon throughout his career. He would subsequently join the theater companies of José Rivero, Ana Adamuz and Josita Hernán.

 

He made his film debut in 1944 in the film The Call of the Sea by director José Gaspar. At that time, I signed an exclusive contract with what was then the most powerful producer in the country: Cifesa.

 

In 1949 he made his first theatrical tour of Latin America, where he was very successful and went on to develop a large part of his acting career, especially in Mexico.

 

In the 1940s and 1950s he participated in some of the most popular Spanish films, such as Pequeñeces, Locura de amor (with Aurora Bautista and Fernando Rey), the 1952 version of La Sister San Sulpicio (with Carmen Sevilla) and one of the older Sara Montiel’s successes: Carmen la de Ronda.

 

He also had leading roles in Mexican and international productions, such as Camelia (with María Félix), Deseada (with Dolores del Río), Cabo de Hornos (with Silvia Pinal), Boy on a Dolphin (with Sophia Loren), Cuentos de verano (with Sylva Koscina) and La spada e la croce (with Yvonne De Carlo and Rossana Podestà).

 

In the 1960s, I have tried to make the leap to filmmaking with the films La Fever del Desire (1964) and La Piel Naked (1964).

 

On April 21, 1972, he committed suicide in Mexico, after a depressive period, aggravated by a duodenal cancer that he had suffered for some time, when he was making the Mexican telenovela Hermanos Coraje, which was broadcast on Televisión Independiente de México (TIM ), Channel 8.

 

Filmography

1944 The Call of the Sea

1945 Angela is like this

1946 The Gypsy Woman and the King

1946 open sea

1946 White Mission

1947 Heroes of ’95

1947 The Lady with the Ermine

1947 The captain ship

1947 The concerns of Shanti Andía

1948 Anchor Button

1948 Madness of love

1948 Pototo, Boliche y Compañía

1949 Currito de la Cruz

1949 The Duchess of Benamejí

1949 The jungle without god

1949 Sabela de Cambados

1949 Neutrality

1950 Little Things …

1950 poor heart

1951 Loving was his sin

1951 Taunted

1951 Wanted

1951 The Air Lashing

1951 Mount of Mercy

1951 Pilgrim

1952 Passionate

1952 The right to be born

1952 The sea and you

1952 Sister Saint Sulpice

1952 The lie

1952 The Woman You Want

1952 The night is ours

1952 Three men in my life

1953 The Count of Monte Cristo

1953 Death is my partner (I want to live)

1954 Abyss of passion

1954 camellia

1954 Orchids for my wife

1954 Three dates with destiny

1954 An Andalusian gentleman

1955 Love in four times

1955 The Case of the Murdered Woman

1955 The express train

1955 Stronger than love

1955 forever

1956 Express of Andalusia

1956 the cat

1956 The Big Lie

1956 The Legion of Silence

1957 Boy on a Dolphin

1957 Cape Horn

1957 Le schiave di Cartagine

1958 Forbidden love

1958 Amore at first sight

1958 La spada e la croce

1958 Revenge

1958 Racconti stand

1959 Carmen the one from Ronda

1960 I believe in you

1960 È arrivata la parigina

1960 The White Sister

1961 Juana Gallo

1961 The girl

1961 Three Romeos and a Juliet

1961 Ventolera

1962 Under One Face

1962 The Love of Loves

1962 Sin

1963 One Night’s Story

1963 Shéhérazade

1964 Gunfighters of Big House

1966 The Fever of Desire

1966 Bare Skin

1968 Crime without forgetting

1969 The debutantes in love

1971 The Burning Desire

1971 The Gates of Paradise

1971 The corrupted

1973 Diamonds, gold and love

1973 Invasion of the Dead

1973 Justice is twelve years old.

 

TV soaps

1965 The Price of Pride

1966 the network

1967 Women and prison

1967 Madness of love

1971 Story of a master.

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