Miguel Rellán

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Miguel Rellán
Born
Miguel Ángel Rellán García

(1942-11-07) 7 November 1942 (age 76)
OccupationActor
Height1.84 m (6 ft 12 in)
Spouse(s)
Olvido Lorente (m. 1976–2000)
Websitemiguelrellan.com

Miguel Ángel Rellán García (7 November 1942) is a Spanish actor. He was the first actor to win a Goya Award for Best Supporting Actor for Tata mía at the 1987 edition.[1][2]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Television series[edit]

  • Tiempos de guerra (2017) as Dámaso
  • Vergüenza (2017–¿?) as Carlos
  • Cuéntame cómo pasó (2016) as General (Papel episódico)
  • La que se avecina (2016) as Cristóbal López García (Papel recurrente)
  • Águila Roja (2015) as El emisario real
  • El ministerio del tiempo (2015–2016) as Gil Pérez
  • Los misterios de Laura (2011, 2014) as Isidoro de la Villa/Sebastián de la Villa
  • Frágiles (2013) as Ricardo
  • Fenómenos (2012) as Eugenio Nebot
  • Rescatando a Sara (2011) as Ministro de exteriores
  • Historias robadas (2011) as Doctor Gil
  • Plaza de España (2011) as Don Benito
  • Raphael: una historia de superación personal (2010) as Doctor Llano
  • El comisario (2008–2009)
  • Soy el solitario (2008)
  • La dársena de poniente(2007) as Leopoldo
  • Regreso a Moira (2006), by Mateo Gil as Vicente
  • Los Serrano (2005) (Personaje episódico)
  • Paco y Veva (2004) as Clemente
  • Compañeros (1998–2002) as Félix Torán
  • Menudo es mi padre (1996–1998) as Antonio
  • La Regenta (1995), by Fernando Méndez Leite as Frígilis
  • El Buscavidas (1993) as Fermín
  • Tango (1992) as Aledre
  • Una hija más (1991) as Demetrio Sánchez
  • Las gallinas de Cervantes (1988) as Cervantes
  • Turno de oficio: cap 5°: "Cosecha del 73" (1986) as El Pato
  • Goya (1985)
  • Los desastres de la guerra (1983)
  • Juanita la larga (1982) as El cura

Theatre[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tata mía". Premios Goya (in Spanish). Retrieved 30 January 2019.
  2. ^ "Cronología de los Premios Goya. Premios Goya 2010". ABC (in Spanish). Retrieved 30 January 2019.

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