Tomás Perrín

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Tomás Perrín
Born4 January 1914
Died10 May 1986
Mexico City, Mexico
OccupationActor
Years active1939–1960 (film)

Tomás Perrín (January 4, 1914 – May 10, 1985) was a Mexican film actor. He appeared with María Félix in the historical film The White Monk in 1945. [1]

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Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1939 Su adorable majadero Félix Mariscal
1939Café ConcordiaErnesto de la Fuente
1939 El signo de la muerte Carlos Manzano
1940La locura de Don Juan
1940Madre a la fuerzaArturo Morales
1941El hijo de Cruz Diablo
1941La casa del rencorHéctor
1942Las cinco noches de AdánChucho Orozco
1943Tentación
1943La hija del cieloSerafín
1944 El rosario Garth
1944Cuando escuches este vals
1944El rey se divierte
1945 The White Monk Conde Hugo del Saso / Fray Paracleto
1946Amor de una vidaCarlos Landa
1956El hombre que quiso ser pobrePeriodista
1960La sombra del CaudilloDiputado Axcaná González(final film role)

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References

  1. Taibo p.155

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