The Madrid actor Jesus Guzmanone of the most prolific Spanish performers and known above all for giving life to Braulio, the postman Chronicles of a townhas died at the age of 97.
As reported this Tuesday by the Actors and Dancers Management Entity (Aisge), Guzmán, who was born in 1926, leaves behind fundamental titles in the history of Spanish cinema and television as Chronicles of a townwhere he gave life to the postman in this TVE series issued between 1971 and 1974 which told the daily life of Puebla Nueva del Rey Sancho (fictitious town).
But Jesus Guzman He participated in 155 films and more than 300 comedies, apart from in several dozen magazines and other television series, because his career as an actor began when he was 9 years old in his parents’ theater company.
“Being son, grandson and great-grandson of actors, he was condemned to be an actor. And I learned everything from them,” explained the Madrid interpreter in an interview with Aisge when he turned 81.
Other titles in his biography include Manolo, urban guard (1956), a film he shot with Manolo Morán and Tony Leblanc, as well as Three of the Red Cross, Robbery at three, The big family, Television stories o Series Citroën.