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Biography

Jorge Sanz is a Spaniard actor born in Madrid on August 26th, 1969. He debuted in the movie La Miel in 1979. Then in 1982 he appeared in the movie Conan el Bárbaro and then in Crónica del Alba which was a great success. Still a teenager, Jorge Sanz exceled in movies like Mambrú se fue a la guerra and El año de las luces. Later on he did more relevant movies with Vicente Aranda like Si te dicen que caí and Libertarias. He also participated in the television series Los jinetes del alba.

Jorge Sanz’s career grew internationally when he participated in Belle Époque in 1992. Since then he has participated in great movies like the comedies: Los peores años de nuestra vida, Cha-cha-chá, and Oviedo Express. Later on in 2003, Jorge landed his opportunity to jump into theater with plays like Arsénico, porfavor. He also has participated in television series like Colegio mayor and A las once e casa.

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