Tuesday, July 2, 2013

RIP Tony Vilas


Actor Tony Vilas has died
 
He died at age 69 after a long career in theater, film and TV.
 
The actor Tony Vilas who had a long career in theater, film and TV, died today at age 69. Although the cause of death was not reported, it was revealed that Vilas was hospitalized a few weeks ago.
 
The actor had graduated from the National School of Drama and was one of the figures featured the cast of the then General San Martin Municipal Theatre, while the group existed.
 
There he was seen in "The invested" by José González Castillo, in the memorable version of Alberto Ure, "Old friends" by Roberto Cossa, directed by Daniel Marcove, "The Tempest" by William Shakespeare, directed by Lluís Pasqual .
 
In these and other scenarios he was seen in "Ghosts" by Henrik Ibsen, led by José María Paolantonio, "Paternoster" by Jacobo Langsner, "Chronicle of the fall of one of the men in it," Daniel Veronese, directed by Salvador Lloveras, and "Twelve Angry Men" by Reginald Rose, directed by China Zorrilla, among many other productions.
 
Trinidad Guevara won the 1989 best actor for "Antigone" by Sophocles, also directed by Ure, and appeared in television cycles as "The strange lady", "black octopus", "My name is Courage" and "Firsts ".
 
The film was summoned in 1968 to "Ufa with sex" by Rodolfo Kuhn, never released by pressures of censorship then, but later appeared in "Hippolytus and Evita", "The Return of Martin Fierro", "Women's Correctional "," Obsession for revenge "," Eva Peron "and" Wild "(1997).

 
VILAS, Tony
Born: 6/3/1944, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Died: 7/1/2013, Buenos Aires, Argentina
 
Tony Vilas western – actor:
The Return of Martin Fierro - 1974

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