Miguel Bordoy i Gil was born in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain on April 10, 1944. Although he’s been acting in films since his first uncredited appearance in 1965’s “Fata/Morgana” (Left-Handed Fate) there’s little known about the man. He’s appeared in over 75 films, the latest being as a barman in “Donante de esperma salva la tierra”. Two more 2015 films are in post- production: “Capa Negra” where he plays Vell, and “Los silenciosos” where he plays the Comisario Juan Márquez.
Bordoy appeared uncredited in two Euro-westerns: “The Boldest Job in the West” starring Mark Edwards and “God in Heaven, Arizona on Earth” starring Peter Lee Lawrence.
BORDOY, Miguel (Miguel Bordoy i Gil) [4/10/1944, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain - ] – stage, TV actor.
The Boldest Job in the West - 1971
God in Heaven, Arizona on Earth – 1972