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Rodolfo de Anda (1943)

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Rodolfo de Anda (July 6, 1943 – February 1, 2010) was a Mexican actor most well known for his roles in the film La gran aventura del Zorro and the television series El Pantera. He was born in Mexico City.

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Rodolfo de Anda was the son of producer, director, actor Raul de Anda. His son is Rodolfo de Anda, Jr. and his brothers include producer Raul de Anda Jr. and director, actor Gilberto de Anda.

He began his own acting career in the mid 1950s. De Anda’s IMDB listing has over 150 acting entries both in film and on television beginning with La venganza del Diablo and Echenme al gato. De Anda also starred in many Mexican western films known as rancheras particularly in the 1960-70s, including El zurdo and its sequel Un hombre peligroso.

In 1999, he played General Ampudia in “One Man's Hero” starring Tom Berenger and, Prince Albert of Monaco – the son of Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier.

 death
Rodolfo de Anda died Feb. 1, 2010.The cause of death was complications from diabetes and thrombosis. He had been hospitalized since the week before due to a stroke caused by diabetic issues.

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