Jaime Sánchez (actor)
Jaime Sánchez (born December 19, 1938) is a Puerto Rican stage, film and television actor, active since the 1950s.
Jaime Luis Sánchez Rodríguez, appearing as Jamie Sanchez, began his acting career on Broadway at the age of 18 in 1957, when he played Chino in the original cast of West Side Story. He also performed in numerous off-Broadway theater productions, including an appearance as Marc Antony in Joseph Papp's 1979 production of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
Sánchez' film appearances include Frank Perry's David and Lisa (1962), Sidney Lumet's The Pawnbroker (1964), Cornel Wilde's Beach Red (1967) and Sam Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch (1969). He also had two different roles in both Brian De Palma's Carlito's Way (1993) and its 2005 prequel, Carlito's Way: Rise to Power, directed by Michael Bregman.
- 1962: David and Lisa (Frank Perry) - Carlos
- 1964: The Pawnbroker (Sidney Lumet) - Jesus Ortiz
- 1965: Heroina (Jeronimo Mitchell Melendez) - Chico
- 1967: Beach Red (Cornel Wilde) - Colombo
- 1969: The Wild Bunch (Sam Peckinpah) - Angel
- 1969: El escuadrón del pánico (Nuestro Regimiento) (Manuel Mur Oti)
- 1970: Arocho y Clemente (Miguel Ángel Álvarez) - Arocho
- 1971: La Palomilla (Efrain Lopez Neris)
- 1973: Serpico (Sidney Lumet) - A cop (uncredited)
- 1974: The Minutes and Hours (Frany Sardou)
- 1976: The Next Man (Richard C. Sarafian) - New York security
- 1977: Bobby Deerfield (Sydney Pollack) - Delveccio
- 1980: On the Nickel (Ralph Waite) - Joe
- 1985: Invasion USA (Joseph Zito) - Castillo
- 1986: Big Trouble (John Cassavetes) - Terrorist chief
- 1986: Florida Straits (Mike Hodges) (TV Movie) - Innocente
- 1992: In the Soup (Alexandre Rockwell) - Uncle Theo
- 1992: Bad Lieutenant (Abel Ferrara) - Priest
- 1993: Carlito's Way (Brian De Palma) - Rudy
- 1995: Fear of Man (short film) (William Nunez) (Short) - The patrol leader
- 1996: Looking for Richard (Al Pacino) - Himself
- 1998: The City (La Ciudad) (David Riker) - The director of the clothing store
- 2002: Piñero (Leon Ichaso) - Miguel's father
- 2005: The Krutch (half-hour film) (Judith R. Escalona) (Short) - Dr. Guzman
- 2007: 3 Americas (Cristina Kotz Cornejo) - Henry
- 2011: The King Hector Lavoe (Antony Felton) - Hector Maisonave
- 2011: Diega! (James Aviles Martin) - Guillermo Diego
- In production : An Artist's Emblem (Michael J. Narvaez) - Paco the activist
- 2005 : Carlito's Way: Rise to Power (Michael Bregman) : Eddie
In 2002, Sánchez received the HOLA Lifetime Achievement Award from the Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA).
- "Vida para recordar (p.8)" (PDF).
-  Jaime Sanchez (actor credit)
- Sesame Street - Beginning theme to episode #179, YouTube
- Garcia Berumen, Frank Javier (2014). Latino Image Makers in Hollywood: Performers, Filmmakers and Films Since the 60's. McFarland & Co Inc. ISBN 0786474327.
- Rivera, Miluka (2010). Legado Puertorriqueno En Hollywood : Famosos y Olvidados. HLO Productions. ISBN 978-0-578-06993-7.
- Weddle, David (1994). If they move...Kill'em ! The Life and Times of Sam Peckinpah. Grove Press. ISBN 0802137768.
- Jaime Sánchez on IMDb
- Jaime Sánchez at the Internet Broadway Database
- Jaime Sánchez at the Lortel Archives
- Jaime Sanchez at the University of Wisconsin's Actors Studio audio collection
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