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Roberto Alvarez found incredible success as an accomplished actor, appearing in a variety of films throughout his Hollywood career. In his early acting career, Alvarez appeared in such films as the Olivier Gruner drama "Angel Town" (1990), the action flick "Hitz" (1992) with Emilia Crow and the Michelle Pfeiffer dramatic adaptation "Dangerous Minds" (1995). He also appeared in the dramedy "Manly Love" (1997) with Loles Leon. His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the drama "Santo Luzbel" (1997) with Rafael Cortes, "Nada en la Nevera" (1998) and "La Mujer mas fea del mundo" (1999). He also appeared in "Ataque Verbal" (1999) with Antonia San Juan. Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the Manuel Manquiña crime picture "Lena" (2001), the Maria Adanez comedy "Tiempos de Azucar" (2001) and "Mad Love" (2002). He also appeared in "Talk to Her" (2002) with Javier Cámara and the thriller "Nobody's Life" (2003) with José Coronado. Alvarez most recently acted in the Paz Vega dramatic period piece "Los Borgia" (2009).

Roberto Alvarez found incredible success as an accomplished actor, appearing in a variety of films throughout his Hollywood career. In his early acting career, Alvarez appeared in such films as the Olivier Gruner drama "Angel Town" (1990), the action flick "Hitz" (1992) with Emilia Crow and the Michelle Pfeiffer dramatic adaptation "Dangerous Minds" (1995). He also appeared in the dramedy "Manly Love" (1997) with Loles Leon. His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the drama "Santo Luzbel" (1997) with Rafael Cortes, "Nada en la Nevera" (1998) and "La Mujer mas fea del mundo" (1999). He also appeared in "Ataque Verbal" (1999) with Antonia San Juan. Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the Manuel Manquiña crime picture "Lena" (2001), the Maria Adanez comedy "Tiempos de Azucar" (2001) and "Mad Love" (2002). He also appeared in "Talk to Her" (2002) with Javier Cámara and the thriller "Nobody's Life" (2003) with José Coronado. Alvarez most recently acted in the Paz Vega dramatic period piece "Los Borgia" (2009).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Los Borgia (2007)
2.
 Lena (2006) Milio
3.
 Nobody's Life (2006)
4.
 Manly Love (2003) Alvaro
5.
 Talk to Her (2002) Doctor
6.
7.
 Mad Love (2001) Almirante
8.
 Living the Life (2001) Chucho
9.
 Portero, El (2000) Don Constantino
10.
 Manolito Gafotas (2000) Manolo
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