Félix Dafauce Tarancon was a Spanish theater, film and television actor born in Madrid, Spain on November 13, 1896. Félix made his stage debut at the age of 10 and in 1925, Dafauce played in his first film "Nobleza Baturra." The prolific actor appeared in over 165 films and TV appearances between 1925 and 1987. His last film appearances was in 1988’s "La Diputada" (1988) as the president of the courts. He appeared after that in three television episodes finally retiring in 1990. He died shortly thereafter in Madrid on October 4, 1990.
Félix was married to Carmen Ruiz (Carmen Ruiz Moragas) [1898-1936] and they had a son Carlos Dafauce.
Dafauce appeared in only two Euro-westerns. In “Two Mafiamen in the Far West” in 1964 as Judge Wilson and in “A Man, a Colt” in 1967 as Doctor García Gómez.
DAFAUCE, Felix (aka Félix Dafáuce, Felix Dauface, Felix de Fauce) (Félix Dafauce Tarancon) [11/13/1896, Madrid, Madrid, Spain – 10/4/1990, Madrid, Madrid, Spain] – theater, film, TV actor, married to Carmen Ruiz father of Carlos Dafauce [19??- ].
Two Mafiamen in the
A Man, a Colt – 1967 (Doctor García Gómez)