Sunday, October 11, 2009
Who Are Those Guys? - Simón Andreu
Born Simón Andreu Trobat on January 11, 1941 in Sa Pablo, Spain. He began dramatic lessons but never finished them when offered a role in the 1961 film “Siempre es domingo” directed by Fernando Palacios. He took the stage name Simón Andreu as most of his film career was spent in French films. He has appeared in over 135 films and television productions. Simón appeared in eight Euro-westerns usually as the brother of a leading character or in supporting roles as Mexicans. Now in his 60s he's still active mainly in TV productions and just finished a role in the 2010 British, Canadian, Spanish production of “Ben Hur” to be released on TV.
ANDREU, Simón (aka Sam Alston) (Simón Andreu Trobat) [1/11/1941, Sa Pablo, Mallorca, Spain - ] – TV actor.
Ballad of a Bounty Hunter – 1965 (Jimmy Patterson) [as Sam Alston]
I Do Not Forgive… I Kill! – 1967 (Stuart)
Bad Man’s River – 1972 (Angel Santos)
Those Dirty Dogs – 1972 (Angel Sanchez)
Dollar for the Dead (TV) – 1997 (Lopez/Akers)
Triumphs of a Man Called Horse – 1982 (Gance)
Outlaw Justice (TV) – 1997 (Colonel Lupo)
The Return of El Coyote – 1997 (Luis Montalban)
[Simón Andreu today]
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Está rodando film sobre El Camino de Santiago, con los actores gallegos Martin Sheen y Emilio Estevez, bajo la producción de Filmax (Julio Rodriguez)ReplyDelete
Gracias, this U.S. film now in production is called the "The Way".ReplyDelete