Guillermo Toledo

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Willy Toledo (2011).

Guillermo Toledo (born Madrid, 22 May 1970), professionally known as Willy Toledo, is a Spanish film, television, theater and voice actor and producer.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Director
1995 Morirás en Chafarinas Pedro Olea
1995 La Ley de la frontera Adolfo Aristarain
1998 Insomnio Chus Gutiérrez
1998 La vuelta del Coyote Mario Camus
1998 Mensaka, páginas de una historia Salvador García Ruíz
1999 Se buscan fullmontis Alejandro Calvo-Sotelo
1999 La mujer más fea del mundo Miguel Bardem
1999 La lengua de las mariposas José Luis Cuerda
1999 Manolito Gafotas Miguel Albaladejo
1999 Zapping Juan Manuel Chumilla Carbajosa
2000 El otro barrio Salvador García Ruiz
2000 La espalda de Dios Pablo Llorca
2001 Amor, curiosidad, prozak y dudas Miguel Santesmases
2001 Juana la Loca Vicente Aranda
2001 The Old Man Who Read Love Stories Rolf de Heer
2001 Intacto Juan Carlos Fresnadillo
2002 El otro lado de la cama Emilio Martínez Lázaro
2003 Días de fútbol David Serrano de la Peña
2003 Al sur de Granada Fernando Colomo
2003 El misterio Galíndez Gerardo Herrero
2004 Las voces de la noche Salvador García Ruiz
2004 El asombroso mundo de Borjamari y Pocholo Enrique López Lavigne
2004 Seres queridos Teresa de Pelegrí
2004 Crimen ferpecto Alex de la Iglesia
2006 Los 2 lados de la cama Emilio Martínez Lázaro
2007 Salir pitando Álvaro Fernández Armero
2007 Santos Nicolás López
2008 La buena nueva Helena Taberna
2009 After Alberto Rodríguez
2010 Desechos David Marqués
2012 Los amantes pasajeros Pedro Almodóvar
2013 Diamantes negros Miguel Alcantud
2013 Historias de Lavapiés Ramón Luque
2016 La reina de España Fernando Trueba

Controversies[edit]

In March 2010, in a round table in support of POLISARIO, celebrated in Madrid Spain, Toledo declared that Cuban political activist Orlando Zapata Tamayo, who died after a hunger strike that lasted 86 days and had been recognized as a political prisoner by Amnesty International, was merely a common criminal and not a dissident. He added that "all political prisoners in Cuba were not dissidents but people who had committed terrorist acts against the Cuban Government, acts that constitute treason against the Homeland and a bunch of crimes". He also declared in the same meeting that "the Cuban Government is a victim of a sort of paranoid persecution" by the Western democracies and the international community.[1] He then opined about the Castro government by saying that "with its defects and virtues, it is a model to be followed in many aspects".

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