Mexican cinema had several gallants who conquered the public with their roles on the big screen, this was the case of Valentin Trujillo, a actor who stood out for being the hero in the action movies he starred in. The interpreter not only became famous for his tapes, but also for his Physical attractiveness with which he captivated women of the time and was listed as the most handsome in national cinematography.
The histrion was one of the great idols of the national cinema, because in addition to act in 142 movies, he also directed 20 and produced another 20. Among his characters stand out those of the anti-drug police, supportive friend, avenger and self-sacrificing son, however, andhe role of the gallant was the one that caused the most fury among the female public, because Trujillo was characterized by having a manly image and an attractive face.
Valentin Trujillo debuted at the Cine de Oro
Rafael Valentin Trujillo Gazcón was born in Atotonilco, Jalisco, on March 28, 1951, and at an early age he joined the list of Children’s talents of the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema, Since it was grandchild from the film producer Valentine Gazcón Y nephew from the director Gilberto Gazcón, who invited him to work on several of their projects.
Trujillo debuted on the big screen at the age of 7 in the movie ‘El gran rascal’, directed by his uncle and which was starring Adalberto Martínez ‘Springs’ Y Wild flower, who at that time was already married to the singer and actor Antonio Aguilar. Meanwhile, Valentín continued to act in other tapes such as’The extra‘(1962), where he shared credits with Mario Moreno “Cantinflas”, Y ‘Evil’ (1966), con Glenn Ford y Stella Stevens.
In 1969, at the age of 18, starred in his first feature film called ‘The sand figures’, this work gave him the recognition Male Revelation and it gave him the opportunity to work on other films such as ‘We are already men’, ‘Beyond violence’, ‘El Ausente’, ‘The other virginity’ and ‘Stray dog’.
Despite the fact that in my youth I was already a star national cinematography, the actor did not put aside his studies and entered the career of Right at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (ONE).
Valentín Trujillo, the gallant and superhero of Mexican cinema
During the 1980s and 1990s, Valentin Trujillo He became the favorite actor of the Mexican public, as he starred in the highest grossing action genre films such as ‘Stray dog’, ‘In danger of death’, ‘Rape’, ‘Loading with the tiezo’, ‘The last escape’ and ‘Impossible to kill’, to name a few.
‘Rats of the city’ from 1985 marked his directorial debut and then ‘A ruthless man’ and ‘Young delinquents’, among others, would follow. What’s more, in 1989 co-produced ‘Red Dawn’, in which the massacre is narrated to students on October 2, 1968 on the Plaza de las Tres Culturas in Tlatelolco, Mexico City. In this film they participate Red mary, Héctor Bonilla, Bruno Bichir and Demián Bichir.
The actor who also worked in soap operas such as ‘Tomorrow will be another day’, ‘Pasiones encendidas’, ‘Pequeñeces’ and ‘Juana Iris’, and who was married to the actress and singer Patricia Maria and he was the boyfriend of Lucia Mendez, died on May 4, 2006 at age 55s, due to a myocardial infarction.
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