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Cantinflas relationship history


Cantinflas died on 20th April, 1993. His last relationship was with Pat Sheehan.

During his life he was married to Valentina Ivanova from 1934 to 1966.

He also dated Irán Eory in 1969, Marion Roberts in 1959 and Joyce Jett.

Cantinflas was rumored to have hooked up with Pat Sheehan from 1975 to 1976 and Miroslava in 1947.
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Acting Credits


1982
El barrendero (1982)
Napoleón 'Don Napo'

1978
Diógenes Bravo

1976
Mateo Melgarejo 'Mateíto'

1974
Úrsulo

1971
The Professor (1971)
Sócrates García

1969
Gen. Marcos

1969
Justo Leal y Aventado

1968
Fidencio Barrenillo

1967
Su excelencia (1967)
Lopez 'Lopitos', His Excellency the Ambassador of Los Cocos

1965
Salvador Medina, Chava

1964
Padre Sebastián

1963
Agente XU 777 (1963)
Feliciano

1962
The Extra (1962)
Rogaciano

1961
Inocencio Prieto y Calvo

1960
Pepe (1960)
Pepe

1959
Sube y baja (1959)
El falso Jorge Masiel

1958
Housewife to Your Neighbor
Luis

1957
El Bolero

1956
Passepartout

1955
Cantinflas

1954
Cantinflas

1953
Cantinflas

1952
Agente 777

1952
Cantinflas

1951
Margarito, El Siete Machos

1950
El portero (1950)
El Portero

1949
El mago (1949)
Cantinflas

1948
El supersabio (1948)
Cantinflas

1947
Cantinflas

1946
Cantinflas

1945
One Day with the Devil
Juan Pérez

1944
Gran Hotel (1944)
Cantinflas, el trece

1943
El circo (1943)
El Zapatero

1943

1942
Cantinflas, D'Artagnan

1942
Carnaval en el trópico
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1941
Agente 777

1941
Cantinflas, Manolete

1940
Cantinflas

1940
Cantinflas boxeador (Short Film)
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1940
Cantinflas torero (1940) (Short Film)
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1940
Cantinflas y los censos (Short Film)
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1940
Cantinflas y su prima (Short Film)
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1940
Cantinflas ruletero (Short Film)
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1939
Cantinflas

1939
Cantinflas jengibre contra dinamita (Short Film)
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1939
Siempre listo en las tinieblas (Short Film)
Chencho Albondigon

1938
Águila o sol (1938)
Polito Sol

1937
Canti

1937
Tejón

Producer Credits


1972
Aventuras de Cantinflas (Short Film)
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1972
Aventuras de Cantinflas II
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1972
Aventuras de Cantinflas III (Short Film)
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1972
Aventuras de Cantinflas IV
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Writer Credits


1982
El barrendero (1982)
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1976
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1971
The Professor (1971)
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1968
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1967
Su excelencia (1967)
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1952
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1952
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Biography

Mario Fortino Alfonso Moreno Reyes, known casually as Mario Moreno, and known professionally as Cantinflas (August 12, 1911 – April 20, 1993), was a Mexican comic film actor, producer, and screenwriter. He often portrayed impoverished campesinos or a peasant of pelado origin. The character came to be associated with the national identity of Mexico, and allowed Cantinflas to establish a long, successful film career that included a foray into Hollywood. Charlie Chaplin once commented that he was the best comedian alive, and Moreno has been referred to as the "Charlie Chaplin of Mexico". To audiences in the United States, he is best remembered as co-starring with David Niven in the Academy Award winner for Best Picture film Around the World in 80 Days, for which Moreno won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

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First Name
Middle Name
Last Name
Full Name at Birth
Mario Fortino Alfonso Moreno Reyes
Other Names
Mario Fortino Alfonso Moreno Reyes
Mario Moreno Reyes
Cantinflas
Age
81 (age at death)
Date of Birth
Birthplace
Date of Death
Location of Death
Cause of Death
Height
Build
Eye Color
Hair Color
Star Sign
Sexuality
Religion
Ethnicity
Nationality
Occupation
Comic film actor
Occupation Category
Claim to Fame
Around the World in Eighty Days
Year(s) Active
1937–82
1937–1982
Official Website
Father
Mother
Other Family Members
Mario Moreno Ivanova (son)
Gabriel (grandson)
Mario Moreno Bernat (grandson) (r.i.p)
Marissa (grandaughter)
Sandra Bernat (daughter-in-law)
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