Banderas, [Jose] Antonio [Dominguez]

Born: Aug 10, 1960 AD
Currently alive, at 55 years of age.

Nationality: Spanish
Categories: Actors

1960 - Born on the 10th of August in Malaga, Spain.


1981 - Moved to Madrid and won a place as an ensemble member of the esteemed National Theater of Spain.


1982-1990 - Banderas first gained wide attention through a series of films by director Pedro Almodóvar.


1988 - Starred in movies "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown" as Carlos.


1992 - Banderas appeared in the film The Mambo Kings.


1993 - He won in Oscar as best actor in supporting role in the movie "Philadelphia".


1994 - He starred in the movie "Interview with the Vampire" as Armand.


1995 - Appeared major Hollywood releases in a starring role in the Robert Rodriguez-directed film, Desperado.


         - Antonio and Melanie Griffith stared in the flick "Two Much" and became romantically linked.


1996 - Married Melanie Griffith in May.


         - He showed his incredible talent for dance and singing in the musical "Evita" with Madonna.


1998 - He also playing the title role in the The Mask of Zorro.


1999 - Banderas directed movie "Crazy in Alabama".


2003 - Banderas appeared, to great acclaim, in the Broadway revival of Maury Yeston's musical Nine, based on the film 8 1/2.


2005 - He starred in the film The Legend of Zorro.


2006 - His latest film, Take the Lead, a high-school movie in which he plays a real-life ballroom dancing teacher.




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