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Carmelo Gómez

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Carmelo Gómez

Carmelo Gómez (Sahagún, León, January 2, 1962), is an award-winning Spanish actor. He was born and worked in the village of Sahagún until he moved for his acting studies to Salamanca. He is the recipient of two Goya Awards, for best supporting actor in El método and best leading actor in Días contados.


Year Film Director
2007 Oviedo Express Gonzalo Suárez
2006 La noche de los girasoles Jorge Sánchez-Cabezudo
2005 El método Marcelo Piñeyro
2004 Hay motivo several directors
2002 La playa de los galgos Mario Camus
2002 Nos miran Norberto López Amado
2002 El viaje de Carol Imanol Uribe
2000 El portero Gonzalo Suárez
1999 Extraños Imanol Uribe
1999 Entre las piernas Manuel Gómez Pereira
1997 Secretos del corazón Montxo Armendáriz
1996 Territorio comanche Gerardo Herrero
1996 El perro del hortelano Pilar Miró
1996 Tu nombre envenena mis sueños Pilar Miró
1996 Tierra Julio Medem
1995 Entre rojas Azucena Rodríguez
1994 El detective y la muerte Gonzalo Suárez
1994 Días contados Imanol Uribe
1994 Canción de cuna (1994 film) José Luis Garci
1993 La ardilla roja Julio Medem
1992 Después del sueño Mario Camus
1991 Vacas Julio Medem
1988 Bajarse al moro Fernando Colomo
1986 El viaje a ninguna parte Fernando Fernán Gómez



  • La cena (2004–2005).
  • Elling (2012).

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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