Jesús Puente1930 — 2000 Age: 69 years old
Jesus Puente Alzaga (Madrid, December 18, 1930 - October 26, 2000) was a Spanish actor and TV presenter. He developed his acting career in all media, both in film and theater and television. He began to study medicine but left in fourth grade, due to its vocation for interpretation. He then began his theater career with works of Lope de Vega and Calderon. His career on stage has been full of successes. At the same time he made his debut in the world of radio, specifically in Radio Nacional de España. Throughout the 60s working as a voice actor, putting voice on numerous occasions to American actor James Stewart, among others. In 1957 he made his film debut. Present on television almost from the arrival of this medium to Spain, debuted in 1957 in Spanish Television. In 1990 he was hired by the chain Telecinco to present the contest “Su media naranja”.
December 18, 1930, Madrid, Madrid, Spain
October 26, 2000
1959 The Last Days of PompeiiRoman Senator 1963 Rocío de la ManchaCarlos 1964 Hour of DeathClifford 1965 Adiós GringoSheriff Saul Slaughter 1965 Hands of A GunfighterSheriff Robert Rogers 1966 Due mafiosi contro Al CaponeTony 1968 Ringo: The Lone RiderMayor Gorbet 1969 One on Top of the OtherSergeant Rodriguez 1969 A 45 revoluciones por minutoAranda 1970 Count DraculaMinister of Interior (uncredited) 1970 Hatchet for the HoneymoonInspector Russell 1971 MartaDon Carlos 1984 Memorias del General EscobarGeneral Rojo 1987 The Tobacconist of VallecasComisario 2000 You're the OneDr. BermannLimited to the 15 most popular items