Tomás Blanco may refer to:
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1973 (MCMLXXIII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1973rd year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 973rd year of the 2nd millennium, the 73rd year of the 20th century, and the 4th year of the 1970s decade.
Tomás Blanco was a Puerto Rican writer, poet, narrator, historian, author and physician. Blanco was a writer during the 1930s who was known for his critical essays that analyzed the Puerto Rican culture. Similar to other authors of his generation that lived through the Great Depression, his work focused on political and social issues. He also wrote novels, short stories and poetry.
Adrián Kirzner Schwartz better known as Adrián Suar is an American-born Argentine actor, media producer and businessman, better known as the programme director of Canal 13.
Nada is a 1947 Spanish drama film directed by Edgar Neville. It is based on Carmen Laforet's famous novel Nada which won the Premio Nadal. It was written by Carmen Laforet.
Tomás Mejías Osorio is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for EFL Championship club Middlesbrough.
Cristian Karlo Rivero Schoster is a Peruvian television host, actor and male model, most known for being Gisela Valcarcel's co-host in all her TV shows.
Rebelde is a Brazilian soap opera produced by RecordTV. Written by Margareth Boury, the show is inspired by the original work created by Cris Morena. It is a remake of the Mexican soap opera Rebelde, which in its turn was adapted from the original Argentine soap opera, Rebelde Way.
Carlos Blanco may refer to:
Blanco is a surname of Spanish origin, meaning "white". Notable people with the surname include:
Events in the year 1910 in Spain.
Events from the year 1952 in Sweden
Francisco 'Paco' Sanz is a Spanish actor. He has appeared in more than eighty films since 1964. He is known for The Relentless Four (1965), El hombre que mató a Billy el Niño (1967), Cervantes (1981) and Teresa de Jesús (1984). He has worked with Miguel Fernández Milá, Tomás Blanco, Manuel Alexandre, Federico de Urrutia, Fausto Tozzi, Antonio Pica, José Orjas, Gloria Milland, José Mallorquí and Álvaro de Luna.
Uruguayan Peruvians are people born in Uruguay who live in Peru, or Peruvian-born people of Uruguayan descent.
Guest of Darkness is a 1948 Spanish historical drama film directed by Antonio del Amo and starring Carlos Muñoz and Pastora Peña. It portrays the life of the nineteenth century romanticist poet and writer Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer.
Jorge Blanco may refer to:
La fiera is a Venezuelan telenovela written by Julio César Mármol and produced by Radio Caracas Television in 1978.
Tomás Blanco is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a forward for Quilmes.