Jordi Dauder

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Jordi Dauder
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Born Jordi Dauder i Guardiola
(1938-03-05)March 5, 1938
Badalona, Barcelona, Spain
Died September 16, 2011(2011-09-16) (aged 73)
Madrid, Spain
Occupation Actor
Years active 1983–2011

Jordi Dauder i Guardiola (March 5, 1938 – September 16, 2011[1][2]) was a Spanish actor. Dauder was a veteran actor with a prolific career that includes over a hundred films, plays and television series.

He developed to the immense majority of his work in France, where he appeared as actor in productions different from theatre, simultaneously that was taking part in the different political organizations.

Early life and career[edit]

Dauder was born in Barcelona, Spain. After graduating in Arts at the University of Barcelona and History at the University of Paris, where he had to emigrate for political reasons. They began taking their first steps into the theater as well as participating in various social movements that would provide the French revolution of May 1968.

Dauder is one of the side of Spanish cinema forever and participated in La flaqueza del Bolchevique (2003), of Martin Cuenca; Amor idiota (2004), of Ventura Pons; and La caja (2007).

In Azaña (2007), of Santiago San Miguel, he played President of the Second Spanish Republic Manuel Azaña. On television, one of his most recent roles he has played in the series for TV3 Nissaga de poder (1996).

Catalan was also an actor, voice-dubbing Gregory Peck or Nick Nolte, among others, as well as a writer, author of the novels and short stories and poetry.

Dauder was awarded the Sant Jordi Award for Best Spanish Actor (1991), the Audience Award for Best Catalan Actor (1997), and the Camino the Goya Award for Best Supporting Actor, and Award of the Spanish Actors Union (2009). In 2008, he received the Creu de Sant Jordi.

Death[edit]

He died in Madrid on September 16, 2011.[1][2]

Filmography[edit]

Theatre work[edit]

  • Medea (1983), for Núria Espert
  • El último vals (1992), for Samuel Beckett
  • La Celestina (1996), Fernando de Rojas, per dirigir Hermann Bonnin
  • El lector por horas (1999) by José Sanchis Sinisterra
  • El alcalde de Zalamea (2000), for Sergi Belbel
  • Via Gagarin (2003), Jesús Diez, a Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
  • Don Gil de las verdes Calzas (2007), for Eduardo Vasco has Teatre Nacional de Catalunya

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b RTVE (2011-09-16). "Muere el actor Jordi Dauder, premio Goya al mejor actor de reparto en 2009" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2011-09-16. 
  2. ^ a b Ara.cat (2011-09-16). "Mor l'actor Jordi Dauder" (in Catalan). Retrieved 2011-09-16. 

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