Carlos Muñoz Poster

Biography

Born Carlos Muñoz Arosa in Vigo, Spain on April 3, 1919. His career began to dawn after the Spanish Civil War. Making his stage debut in 1936, appearing on plays such as "Las Ranas" and "El Testamento." At which time he was involved in numerous warlike and patriotic films, fashionable at the time.

From that time his collaborations date in Sin novedad in the Alcázar (1940), Escuadrilla (1941), Los últimos de Filipinas (1945) or El santuario no se rinde (1949). However, he combined war films with other genres and participated in the drama Marianela (1940), by Benito Perojo , starring Mary Carrillo and based on the homonymous work Benito Perez Galdós as well as Cristina Guzman , where he met later Would be his wife, The actress protagonist of the film, Marta Santaolalla (n. 1922). 2

During three decades he worked assiduously in the Spanish cinema like actor of distribution, while also worked in theater:

Canción de cuna , 1946, by Gregorio Martínez Sierra ; Seis personajes en busca de autor , 1955, by Pirandello ; El Amor Tiene Su Aquel , 1955, by Carlos Llopis ; La Estrella de Sevilla , 1958, by Felix Lope de Vega ; Donde Vas Alfonso XII? , 1958, by Torcuato Luca de Tena ; La Encantadora Familia Bliss , 1959, by Noel Coward ; 3 Medea , 1959; Don Juan Tenorio , 1964, by José Zorrilla ; From Paris Viene Mamá , 1960, by Victor Ruiz Iriarte ; Los Derechos de la Mujer , 1962; Los Palomos , 1964; Y Nero-Paso , 1969 the three of Alfonso Paso . In 1967 reached its stage of greater professional success when interpreting the paper of head of family in the famous television series the La Casa de Los Martinez , that remained in screen until 1971 .

Subsequent to the end of the series, he would return to the cinema, playing supporting roles in films such as Mariano Ozores's La Graduada (1971) and Lina Morgan .