The Info List - Fernando Rey

Fernando Casado Arambillet (20 September 1917 – 9 March 1994), best known as Fernando Rey, was a Spanish film, theatre, and television actor, who worked in both Europe and the United States. A suave, international actor best known for his roles in the films of surrealist director Luis Buñuel
Luis Buñuel
(Tristana, 1970; Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, 1972; That Obscure Object of Desire, 1977) and as a drug lord in The French Connection (1971), he appeared in more than 150 films over half a century. The debonair Rey was described by French Connection producer Philip D'Antoni as "the last of the Continental guys". He achieved his greatest notoriety after he turned 50: "Perhaps it is a pity that my success came so late in life", he told the Los Angeles Times. "It might have been better to have been successful while young, like El Cordobés in the bullring. Then your life is all before you to enjoy it."[1]


1 Biography

1.1 The beginnings 1.2 International career 1.3 Back in Spain 1.4 Recognition and awards

2 Personal life and death 3 Selected filmography 4 See also 5 References 6 Bibliography 7 External links

Biography[edit] The beginnings[edit] Rey was born in A Coruña, Spain, the son of Captain Casado Veiga. He studied architecture, but the Spanish Civil War
Spanish Civil War
interrupted his university studies which led him to his success.

Fernando Rey
Fernando Rey
with Silvia Pinal
Silvia Pinal
in Viridiana, in the cover of the film script book.

Fernando Rey
Fernando Rey
with Gloria Grahame
Gloria Grahame
in Tarot (The Magician, 1973).

Fernando Rey, as Don Quixote, with Alfredo Landa, as Sancho Panza, in El Quijote de Miguel de Cervantes (1991).

In 1936, Rey began his career in movies as an extra, sometimes even getting credited. It was then that he chose his stage name, Fernando Rey. He kept his first name, but took his mother's second surname, Rey, a short surname with a clear meaning ("Rey" is Spanish for "King"). In 1944, his first speaking role was the Duke of Alba
Duke of Alba
in José López Rubio's Eugenia de Montijo. Four years later, he acted the part of Felipe I el Hermoso, King of Spain, in the Spanish cinema blockbuster Locura de amor. This was the start of a prolific career in film (he played in around two hundred films), radio, theatre, and television. Rey was also a great dubbing actor in Spanish television. His voice was considered intense and personal, and he became the narrator of important Spanish movies including Luis García Berlanga's Bienvenido Mr. Marshall (1953), Ladislao Vajda's Marcelino Pan y Vino (1955), and even the 1992 re-dubbed version of Orson Welles' Don Quixote. In fact, Rey acted in four different film versions of Don Quixote
Don Quixote
in different roles, if one counts the Welles version (for which Rey supplied offscreen narration in the final scene). His brilliant performance in the role of a demotivated and doubtful actor in Juan Antonio Bardem's Cómicos (1954), while showing him for the first time in a successful lead part, paradoxically, as he saw himself as the real incarnation of the role, plunged him in a professional depression, of which he did not emerge until his collaboration with Luis Buñuel
Luis Buñuel
several years later. However, in the short term, Buñuel's disconcerting public remark on Rey's performance in another of Bardem's film, Sonatas (1959), "I love how this actor plays a corpse", could only increase Rey's apprehensions. Nevertheless, eventually Rey became Buñuel's preferred actor and closest friend. International career[edit] Rey's first international performance was in The Night Heaven Fell (Les bijoutiers du clair de lune) a 1958 French-Italian film directed by Roger Vadim, where he acted alongside Stephen Boyd, Marina Vlady and Brigitte Bardot. Previously he had played in an American TV series, It happens in Spain, the story of the exploits of a private detective, operating out in Spain, who helps distressed American tourists. In 1959, Rey co-starred with Steve Reeves
Steve Reeves
and Christine Kaufmann
Christine Kaufmann
in the Italian sword and sandal film The Last Days of Pompeii. In 1961 Rey played in a European Western, The Savage Guns, and as the popularity of that genre increased during that decade appeared in some other movies, including the political The Price of Power
The Price of Power
(1969), the bizarre cult classic Compañeros, and two sequels of The Magnificent Seven, namely Return of the Seven
Return of the Seven
(1966) and Guns of the Magnificent Seven (1969). It was his work with Orson Welles
Orson Welles
and Luis Buñuel
Luis Buñuel
during the 1960s and 1970s that made Rey internationally prominent; becoming the first 'international Spanish actor.' Rey starred in Buñuel's Viridiana (1961), Tristana (1970), The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie
(Le charme discret de la bourgeoisie) (1972) (a surreal movie which received the 1972 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film) and That Obscure Object of Desire
That Obscure Object of Desire
(1977). For Welles, Rey performed in two completed films, Chimes at Midnight
Chimes at Midnight
(1966) and The Immortal Story (1968). Rey played memorably the French villain Alain Charnier in William Friedkin's The French Connection (1971). Initially, Friedkin intended to cast Francisco Rabal
Francisco Rabal
as Charnier, but could not remember his name after seeing him in Luis Buñuel's Belle de jour; he only knew the person he had in mind was a Spanish actor who had worked with Buñuel. Rey was hired after he flew to New York to be met by a surprised Friedkin. Rey's English and French were not perfect, but Friedkin discovered that Rabal spoke neither of them,[2] and opted to keep Rey, who reprised the role in the less successful sequel, French Connection II (1975). Along 1970s and 1980s Rey played in many international co-productions, some of his appearances being cameos. These films include Lewis Gilbert's The Adventurers (1970), Mauro Bolognini's Drama of the Rich (1974), Vincente Minnelli's A Matter of Time (1976), Valerio Zurlini's The Desert of the Tartars
The Desert of the Tartars
(1976), Robert Altman's Quintet (1979), J. Lee Thompson's Caboblanco
(1980) and Frank Perry's Monsignor (1982). One of Rey's greater successes in these years was Elisa, vida mía, a 1977 Spanish drama film written and directed by Carlos Saura. On his work in Stuart Rosenberg's Voyage of the Damned
Voyage of the Damned
(1976), Rey once said: "I played [Cuban] president Brú; a cameo. They paid me a lot of money for less than six hours of shooting, in the Barcelona Stock Exchange building, with James Mason. I got more money than Orson Welles, who played a great role ...".[3] Back in Spain[edit] In later years, Rey preferred to work in Spain, with successes as Francisco Regueiro's Padre Nuestro (1985), José Luis Cuerda's El bosque animado (1987) and Jaime de Armiñán's Al otro lado del túnel (1992) as well as his portrayal of Don Quixote, alongside Alfredo Landa as Sancho Panza, in the memorable Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón's El Quijote de Miguel de Cervantes (1991) for the Spanish National TV. His last appearance on the screen was in a supporting role in the Spanish black comedy El cianuro ... ¿sólo o con leche? (Cyanide ... pure or with milk?) (1994). Recognition and awards[edit] In 1971 Fernando Rey
Fernando Rey
won the best actor award in the San Sebastián International Film Festival, for his performance in Rafael Gil's La duda, based, like Viridiana
and Tristana, on a novel by Benito Pérez Galdós. Another of the successes of Rey-Buñuel's collaboration was That Obscure Object of Desire (1977), nominated for another Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. It was also nominated for a Golden Globe in the same category, though the movie failed to win either. Rey's voice had to be dubbed by Michel Piccoli. In Lina Wertmüller's Academy Award-nominated film, Seven Beauties (1975), Rey played the role of Pedro the anarchist who, as a friend of the protagonist and fellow prisoner Pasqualino Settebellezze, chooses a gruesome suicide, rather than spend another day in a Nazi concentration camp. Rey won Best Actor award at 1977 Cannes Film Festival
Cannes Film Festival
for his performance in Elisa, vida mía. In 1988 he again won the best actor award in the San Sebastián International Film Festival, this time for his performance in two films: Francisco Regueiro's Diario de invierno and Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi's El Aire de un Crimen (The Hint of a Crime). Fernando Rey
Fernando Rey
was also awarded the gold medal of the Spanish Movie Arts and Sciences Academy. Personal life and death[edit] In 1960, Rey married the Argentine actress Mabel Karr. In 1992 he became chairman of the Spanish Movie Arts and Sciences Academy. He died of bladder cancer in Madrid
in 1994.[4] Selected filmography[edit]

Fazendo Fitas (1935) Nuestra Natacha (1936) Los cuatro robinsones (1939) Leyenda rota (1940) as Extra (uncredited) El rey que rabió (1940) as Extra (uncredited) La Dolores (1940) as Extra (uncredited) La gitanilla (1940) as Extra (uncredited) ¡A mí no me mire usted! (1941) as Viajero (uncredited) Escuadrilla (1941) as Extra (uncredited) Eugenia de Montijo (1944) as Duque de Alba Thirsty Land (1945) Last Stand in the Philippines (1945) as Juan Chamizo Estaba escrito (1945) White Mission (1946) as Carlos The Prodigal Woman (1946) as José Don Quixote
Don Quixote
(1947) as Sansón Carrasco The Holy Queen (1947) as Infante Alfonso The Princess of the Ursines (1947) as Felipe V Fuenteovejuna (1947) as Frondoso La próxima vez que vivamos (1948) as Óscar Mulden Madness for Love
Madness for Love
(1948) as Felipe el Hermoso Mare Nostrum (1948) as Ulises / Capitán Ferragut Si te hubieses casado conmigo (1948) as Enrique Marín Sabela de Cambados (1949) as Narrator (voice, uncredited) Noche de Reyes (1949) Aventuras de Juan Lucas (1949) as Juan Lucas Agustina of Aragon (1950) as General Palafox / Lorenzo, el pastor Black Sky (1951) as Ángel López Veiga La trinca del aire (1951) (voice) Our Lady of Fatima (1951) as Lorenzo Duarte Devil's Roundup (1952) as Atracador La laguna negra (1952) as Miguel Les amants de Tolède (1953) (voice) Cabaret (1953) as Carlos Jiménez Welcome Mr. Marshall!
Welcome Mr. Marshall!
(1953) as Narrador (voice) Airport (1953) as Fernando Crimen en el entreacto (1954) The Mayor of Zalamea (1954) as El Rey Rebellion (1954) as Capellán Comedians (1954) as Miguel Solís Miracle of Marcelino
Miracle of Marcelino
(1955) as Narrator Monk Billete para Tánger (1955) as Inspector La vida en un bloc (1956) (voice, uncredited) Una aventura de Gil Blas (1956) as Capitaine Rolando Playa prohibida (1956) Don Juan (1956) as Don Iñigo Calle Mayor
Calle Mayor
(1956) as Federico Rivas (voice, uncredited) The Singer from Mexico
The Singer from Mexico
(1956) as Cartoni - l'impresario (uncredited) Faustina (1957) as Valentín Horas de pánico (1957) Madrugada (1957) as Mauricio (voice, uncredited) Un marido de ida y vuelta (1957) as Paco Las últimas banderas (1957) El andén (1957) as Don Enrique The Night Heaven Fell
The Night Heaven Fell
(1958) as Tío (alternate version) La venganza (1958) as Escritor ¡Viva lo imposible! (1958) as Narrator (voice, uncredited) Parque de Madrid
(1959) as Don Luis Sonatas (1959) as Capitán Casares The Last Days of Pompeii (1959) as Arbaces, High Priest of Isis Las dos y media... y veneno (1959) as Ramón Mission in Morocco (1959) as Princ Achmed La rana verde (1960) as Narrator (voice) Culpable (1960) as Mario Vida sin risas (1960) Don Lucio y el hermano pío (1960) as Señor Aguilar The Revolt of the Slaves
The Revolt of the Slaves
(1960) as Valerio Teresa (1961) as Profesor Héctor de la Barrera Goliath Against the Giants
Goliath Against the Giants
(1961) as Bokan, i usurpario Viridiana
(1961, directed by Luis Buñuel) as Don Jaime Fantasmas en la casa (1961) as Raimundo Rodríguez de Toledo Siempre es domingo (1961) as Juez Andonelli My Son, the Hero
My Son, the Hero
(1962) as Sumo Sacerdote / High Priest Tierra brutal (1962) as Don Hernán Face of Terror (1962) as Dr. Charles Taylor Rogelia (1962) as Máximo García El valle de las espadas (1963) as Ramiro II, rey de León The Running Man (1963) as Police Official Shéhérazade (1963) The Ceremony (1963) as Sanchez Backfire (1964) as Commissioner of Beirut harbor El espontáneo (1964) as El Rico Pintor Los Palomos (1964) as Don Alberto Fin de semana (1964) as Entrevistador La nueva Cenicienta (1964) as Juan Echarre La hora incógnita (1964) as Sacerdote El señor de La Salle (1964) as Luis XIV Dulcinea del Toboso (1964) El Diablo también llora (1965) as Ramòn Quiroga Son of a Gunfighter (1965) as Don Pedro Fortuna Das Vermächtnis des Inka
Das Vermächtnis des Inka
(1965) as President Castillo I grandi condottieri (1965) as Lo straniero / The Stranger - Angel of the Lord Two Mafiosi Against Goldfinger
Two Mafiosi Against Goldfinger
(1965) as Goldginger Espionage in Lisbon
Espionage in Lisbon
(1965) as Agent of the New World Organization El marqués (1965) as Publisher Ramos Chimes at Midnight
Chimes at Midnight
(1965) as Worcester Cartes sur table (1966) as Sir Percy Zampo y yo (1966) as Luis 'Zampo' El Greco (1966, directed by Luciano Salce) as Felipe II Return of the Seven
Return of the Seven
(1966) as Priest Navajo Joe
Navajo Joe
(1966, directed by Sergio Corbucci) as Rev. Rattigan The Desperate Ones (1967) as Ibram Le vicomte règle ses comptes (1967) as Marco Demoygne Run Like a Thief (1967) as Col. Romero Cervantes (1967, directed by Vincent Sherman) as Philip II Love in Flight
Love in Flight
(1967) as Carlos Mª Saldiez The Immortal Story
The Immortal Story
(1968, directed by Orson Welles) as Merchant telling Clay's history (uncredited) Villa Rides (1968) as Fuentes Guns of the Magnificent Seven
Guns of the Magnificent Seven
(1969) as Quintero Land Raiders (1969) as Priest Un sudario a la medida (1969) as Marco Augusto The Price of Power
The Price of Power
(1969, directed by Tonino Valerii) as Pinkerton The Adventurers (1970, directed by Lewis Gilbert) as Jaime Xenos Tristana (1970, directed by Luis Buñuel) as Don Lope Aoom (1970) Chicas de club (1970) as Padrino Elisa La collera del vento (1970, directed by Mario Camus) as Don Antonio Compañeros
(1970, directed by Sergio Corbucci) as Prof. Xantos Historia de una traición (1971) as Luis Cold Eyes of Fear
Cold Eyes of Fear
(1971, directed by Enzo G. Castellari) as Judge Bedell A Town Called Bastard (1971, directed by Robert Parrish) as Old blind man The Light at the Edge of the World (1971, directed by Kevin Billington) as Captain Moriz The French Connection (1971, directed by William Friedkin) as Alain Charnier This Kind of Love (1972) as Giovanna's father Antony and Cleopatra (1972) as Lepidus The Two Faces of Fear
The Two Faces of Fear
(1972) as Inspector Nardi Bianco, rosso e...
Bianco, rosso e...
(1972, directed by Alberto Lattuada) as Jefe médico The Doubt (1972) as Don Rodrigo - Conde de Albrit The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie
(1972, directed by Luis Buñuel) as Don Rafael Acosta Tarot (1973) as Arthur High Crime
High Crime
(1973, directed by Enzo G. Castellari) as Cafiero One Way (1973) as Mr. David La Chute d'un corps (1973) as M. Nansoit White Fang (1973, directed by Lucio Fulci) as Father Oatley Pena de muerte (1974) as Oscar Bataille ¿... Y el prójimo? (1974) as Luis Ignacio Dites-le avec des fleurs (1974) as Jacques Berger Drama of the Rich
Drama of the Rich
(1974, directed by Mauro Bolognini) as Il professore Murri La Femme aux bottes rouges (fr) (1974, directed by Juan Luis Buñuel) as Perrot Corruzione al palazzo di giustizia (1975, directed by Marcello Aliprandi) as Judge Vanini French Connection II
French Connection II
(1975, directed by John Frankenheimer) as Alain Charnier Seven Beauties
Seven Beauties
(1975, directed by Lina Wertmüller) as Pedro the Anarchist Prisoner Illustrious Corpses (1976, directed by Francesco Rosi) as Security Minister Manuela (1976) as Don Ramón A Matter of Time (1976, directed by Vincente Minnelli) as Charles Van Maar The Desert of the Tartars
The Desert of the Tartars
(1976, directed by Valerio Zurlini) as Colonel Nathanson Voyage of the Damned
Voyage of the Damned
(1976, directed by Stuart Rosenberg) as President Bru Striptease (1976) as Alfonso El segundo poder (1976) as Cardenal Jesus of Nazareth (TV miniseries) (1977, directed by Franco Zeffirelli) as Gaspar Elisa, vida mía
Elisa, vida mía
(1977, directed by Carlos Saura) as Luis The Assignment (1977, directed by Mats Arehn) as Roberto Bidara Eyes Behind the Wall (1977) as Ivano That Obscure Object of Desire
That Obscure Object of Desire
(1977, directed by Luis Buñuel) as Mathieu Le Dernier Amant romantique (1978) as Max Rebeldía (1978) as Don Luis Traffic Jam (1979, directed by Luigi Comencini) as Carlo Quintet (1979, directed by Robert Altman) as Grigor Caboblanco
(1980, directed by J. Lee Thompson) as Police Captain Terredo The Crime of Cuenca
The Crime of Cuenca
(1980) as Contreras Memorias de Leticia Valle (1980) as Don Fernando Valle The Lady of the Camellias (1981, directed by Mauro Bolognini) as Count Stackelberg Honey (1981) as Editor Chaste and Pure
Chaste and Pure
(1981, directed by Salvatore Samperi) as Antonio Di Maggio Trágala, perro (1981) as Juez Cercasi Gesù (1982) as Don Filippo A Estrangeira (1982) as André Monsignor (1982, directed by Frank Perry) as Santoni Bearn o la sala de las muñecas (1983) as Don Antonio The Hit (1984, directed by Stephen Frears) as Senior Policeman A Strange Passion
A Strange Passion
(1984) as Piacchi A.D. (1985, directed by Stuart Cooper) as Seneca Black Arrow (1985, directed by John Hough) as Warwick Padre nuestro (1985) as Cardenal Rustlers' Rhapsody
Rustlers' Rhapsody
(1985, directed by Hugh Wilson) as Railroad Colonel The Knight of the Dragon
The Knight of the Dragon
(1985, directed by Fernando Colomo) as Fray Lupo Saving Grace (1986, directed by Robert M. Young) as Cardinal Stefano Biondi Elogio della pazzia (1986) Commando Mengele (1987) as Ohmei Felsberg Hôtel du Paradis (1987, directed by Jana Boková) as Joseph Mi general (1987) as Director Almirante El bosque animado
El bosque animado
(1987, directed by José Luis Cuerda) as Sr. D'Abondo The Tunnel (1988) as Allende Pasodoble (1988) as Don Nuño Moon over Parador
Moon over Parador
(1988, directed by Paul Mazursky) as Alejandro Diario de invierno (1988) as Padre El aire de un crimen (1988) as Fayón Esmeralda Bay (1989) as Ramos Naked Tango (1990, directed by Leonard Schrader) as Juez Torres Breath of Life (1990, directed by Beppe Cino) as Gran Magno La batalla de los Tres Reyes (1990) as Papa Pablo V Don Quixote
Don Quixote
(1992) as Closing Scene Narrator (voice, uncredited) 1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992, directed by Ridley Scott) as Marchena Después del sueño (1992) as Ramiro Lanza La marrana (1992) as Fray Juan L'Atlantide (1992, directed by Bob Swaim) as Father Mauritius Madregilda (1993) as Padre de Franco On the Far Side of the Tunnel (1994, directed by Jaime de Armiñán) as Miguel El cianuro... ¿solo o con leche? (1994) as Gregorio (final film role)

See also[edit]

Biography portal

Cinema of Spain


^ Olive, Myrna (20 March 1994). "Fernando Rey, 76; Debonair Film Star". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 17 December 2015.  ^ " William Friedkin
William Friedkin
on Casting Fernando Rey". YouTube. AFISilverTheatre's channel. Retrieved 4 October 2014.  ^ Cebollada, Pascual, Fernando Rey, Madrid
1992 page 299. ^ Fernando Rey
Fernando Rey
dies of cancer


Cebollada, Pascual (1992). Fernando Rey. Madrid: C.I.L.E.H. ISBN 84-87411-12-6.  Torres, Augusto M. (1994). Diccionario del cine español. Madrid: Espasa Calpe. ISBN 84-239-9203-9. 

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Fernando Rey
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Cannes Film Festival
Best Actor Award


Ray Milland
Ray Milland
(1946) Edward G. Robinson
Edward G. Robinson
(1949) Michael Redgrave
Michael Redgrave
(1951) Marlon Brando
Marlon Brando
(1952) Charles Vanel
Charles Vanel
(1953) Spencer Tracy/cast of Bolshaya Semya (1955) John Kitzmiller
John Kitzmiller
(1957) Paul Newman
Paul Newman
(1958) Bradford Dillman/Dean Stockwell/ Orson Welles
Orson Welles
(1959) Anthony Perkins
Anthony Perkins
(1961) Dean Stockwell/Jason Robards/Ralph Richardson/ Murray Melvin
Murray Melvin
(1962) Richard Harris
Richard Harris
(1963) Antal Páger/ Saro Urzì
Saro Urzì
(1964) Terence Stamp
Terence Stamp
(1965) Per Oscarsson
Per Oscarsson
(1966) Oded Kotler
Oded Kotler
(1967) Jean-Louis Trintignant
Jean-Louis Trintignant
(1969) Marcello Mastroianni
Marcello Mastroianni
(1970) Riccardo Cucciolla
Riccardo Cucciolla
(1971) Jean Yanne (1972) Giancarlo Giannini
Giancarlo Giannini
(1973) Jack Nicholson
Jack Nicholson
(1974) Vittorio Gassman
Vittorio Gassman


José Luis Gómez
José Luis Gómez
(1976) Fernando Rey
Fernando Rey
(1977) Jon Voight
Jon Voight
(1978) Jack Lemmon
Jack Lemmon
(1979) Michel Piccoli
Michel Piccoli
(1980) Ugo Tognazzi
Ugo Tognazzi
(1981) Jack Lemmon
Jack Lemmon
(1982) Gian Maria Volontè
Gian Maria Volontè
(1983) Alfredo Landa/ Francisco Rabal
Francisco Rabal
(1984) William Hurt
William Hurt
(1985) Michel Blanc/ Bob Hoskins
Bob Hoskins
(1986) Marcello Mastroianni
Marcello Mastroianni
(1987) Forest Whitaker
Forest Whitaker
(1988) James Spader
James Spader
(1989) Gérard Depardieu
Gérard Depardieu
(1990) John Turturro
John Turturro
(1991) Tim Robbins
Tim Robbins
(1992) David Thewlis
David Thewlis
(1993) Ge You (1994) Jonathan Pryce
Jonathan Pryce
(1995) Pascal Duquenne/ Daniel Auteuil
Daniel Auteuil
(1996) Sean Penn
Sean Penn
(1997) Peter Mullan
Peter Mullan
(1998) Emmanuel Schotte (1999) Tony Leung Chiu-wai
Tony Leung Chiu-wai


Benoît Magimel
Benoît Magimel
(2001) Olivier Gourmet
Olivier Gourmet
(2002) Muzaffer Ozdemir/Emin Toprak (2003) Yūya Yagira (2004) Tommy Lee Jones
Tommy Lee Jones
(2005) Jamel Debbouze/Samy Naceri/Roschdy Zem/Sami Bouajila/Bernard Blancan (2006) Konstantin Lavronenko (2007) Benicio del Toro
Benicio del Toro
(2008) Christoph Waltz
Christoph Waltz
(2009) Javier Bardem/ Elio Germano
Elio Germano
(2010) Jean Dujardin
Jean Dujardin
(2011) Mads Mikkelsen
Mads Mikkelsen
(2012) Bruce Dern
Bruce Dern
(2013) Timothy Spall
Timothy Spall
(2014) Vincent Lindon
Vincent Lindon
(2015) Shahab Hosseini
Shahab Hosseini
(2016) Joaquin Phoenix
Joaquin Phoenix

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Goya Award for Best Actor


Fernando Fernán Gómez
Fernando Fernán Gómez
(1986) Alfredo Landa
Alfredo Landa
(1987) Fernando Rey
Fernando Rey
(1988) Jorge Sanz (1989)


Andrés Pajares
Andrés Pajares
(1990) Fernando Guillén (1991) Alfredo Landa
Alfredo Landa
(1992) Juan Echanove
Juan Echanove
(1993) Carmelo Gómez
Carmelo Gómez
(1994) Javier Bardem
Javier Bardem
(1995) Santiago Ramos (1996) Antonio Resines
Antonio Resines
(1997) Fernando Fernán Gómez
Fernando Fernán Gómez
(1998) Francisco Rabal
Francisco Rabal


Juan Luis Galiardo
Juan Luis Galiardo
(2000) Eduard Fernández
Eduard Fernández
(2001) Javier Bardem
Javier Bardem
(2002) Luis Tosar
Luis Tosar
(2003) Javier Bardem
Javier Bardem
(2004) Óscar Jaenada
Óscar Jaenada
(2005) Juan Diego (2006) Alberto San Juan
Alberto San Juan
(2007) Benicio del Toro
Benicio del Toro
(2008) Luis Tosar
Luis Tosar


Javier Bardem
Javier Bardem
(2010) José Coronado
José Coronado
(2011) José Sacristán
José Sacristán
(2012) Javier Cámara
Javier Cámara
(2013) Javier Gutiérrez (2014) Ricardo Darín
Ricardo Darín
(2015) Roberto Álamo
Roberto Álamo
(2016) Javier Gutiérrez (2017)

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