Jesús Guzman – Biography of Jesús Guzman

Actor Jesús Guzmán was born on June 15, 1926 in Madrid. He is also a writer for television programs.

He was born into a family of actors, and, although he was born in Madrid, he grew up in the city of Barcelona, ​​where he made his theatrical debut when he was only 9 years old. From then on, he participated in various works, the first in secondary roles, to later join prestigious companies such as Guadalupe Muñoz Sampedro’s and even made a long tour throughout Latin America.

In 1956 the actor made the leap to the cinema, participating in the film “Manolo, urban guard” by Rafael J. Salvia. From here the actor works in a large number of films, having an extensive filmography, most of the comedy genre, since they usually give him comic roles. He also participated in some of the western genre films that Sergio Leone used to direct.

Among the titles of the feature films in which he has worked we will cite a few, such as “The man who traveled slowly”, Robbery at three, “Death had a price”, “The good, the ugly and the bad”, “Se set up the nativity scene! ” or “You owe me a dead man”, among many others.

Regarding television, he made his debut in 1971. Despite the extensive work that the actor had already behind him, it was in this debut that he reached his great popularity, when he joined the cast of the series “Crónicas de un town ”, directed by Antonio Mercero. In it, Jesús played Braulio, the town’s postman, a role that made him a very familiar face to Spanish viewers, and that he played until 1974.

Later he participated in the series “Farmacia de Guardia”, between 1992 and 1995, and, in 1996 in “Hostal Royal Manzanares” and “Colegio Mayor”. Other series in which the actor has participated are “The house of trouble”, “Family doctor”. “Let’s get to work”, “Can you?” or “Aida”.

In 2012 he was awarded the Gold Medal by the Association of Friends of the Theaters of Spain for his long professional career and for the affection that viewers feel towards the actor.