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Actor, Fernando Rey, was born Fernando Casado Arambillet on Sep 20, 1917 in A Coruna, Spain. Rey died at the age of 76 on Mar 9, 1994 in Madrid, Spain .



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President of the Spanish Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. [1992-1994]

Thanks to his work with Luis Buñuel he was the first Spanish actor who gained international fame.

Was also a voice actor, and provided the Castilian Spanish dubbed voice for Laurence Olivier in Hamlet (1948) and The Prince and the Showgirl (1957); for Henry Fonda in The Longest Day (1962), and for the character "Jim" in the animated feature When the Wind Blows (1986) (John Mills in the original). He also dubbed himself into Spanish in the roles he performed in other languages, as well as other Spanish actors in Spanish movies whose voice was deemed unsuitable for the screen.

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