Who was Héctor Suárez? a review of his great career will discover the genius that through comedy with a critical style, made its way into the world of television, theater and cinema.
Héctor Suárez came into this world on October 21, 1938 , since his appearance in the artistic medium, he showed his talent in the world of comedy, in which through various characters It brought smiles and at the same time, invited reflection.
The actor developed his concern about acting in 1960, television productions such as "A son fell from the sky and" Baubles "alongside actors from the epoch, marked their beginnings in the middle.
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In the 1960s, the big screen was another challenge for Suarez, in which he managed to succeed with tapes such as "Throw your sorrows into the wind" in 1965, directed by Jaime Salvador, in which he gave life to the character of "Alexander"later in 1969 starred with Enrique Guzmán, Hilda Aguirre and Sara García in the film "No se mande profe".
Others Titles as "Pantaleón Requejo", in Ambición Sangrienta, from 1968; “Sargento Margarito”, in The March of Zacatecas and “Marcelino”, in El Ángel, both from 1969 and Armodio Horcasitas, in To serve you, from 1971, were with those who Héctor Suárez, ended the first decade of his career.
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But it was in the year of 1972 moment when another of the tapes in which he participated along with great artists, the Mexican tape "was released"National Mechanics"in which he gave life to the character of“ Gregorio-Goyo ”acting together with Manolo Fábregas, Lucha Villa, Sara García, Alma Muriel, among others.
Later the following years were marked by more titles and participations, in 1976
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Without a doubt, the decade of the sixty and seventy were times of glory for the actor, a moment for which he already had a recognized career after other large participations.
However, the moment that will catapult him forever into television was "What's wrong with us?" a series described as a social satire that portrayed the reality of the country of that time.
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The decade of 1980 when television welcomed great characterizations of Suárez such as "The thousand uses" (1981), "There is no" and "Doña Soyla" in the remembered program "What's happening to us?"they imprinted the hallmark of his career.
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The Program, It was a resounding success and two seasons were held, the first from 1985 to 1987, and the second from 1998 to 2000. It is worth mentioning that for the actor the comedy it was more than a means of expression.
Comedy is serious, comedy if it is not done seriously, it is not comedy, everything else is cheap, but the real comedy is seriously, the root of comedy is the pain of others, which is laughable, while things happen to someone else and not you, you're going to die of laughter ”, shared the actor in an interview for the TAP program on Channel 11, in 2013.