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Hello fans,

Today we're catching up with Ricardo Montalban. One thing I
was totally happy to see is that he has been married to the
same woman since 1944. That is something you just don't see
often inn Hollywood.

Be Well,



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- Barbara Bel Geddes: Starred as Miss Ellie on the TV series 
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- Dack Rambo: Played Jack Ewing on the show from 1985 to 1987

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                     RICARDO MONTALBAN

BIRTH DATE: November 25, 1920, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico

BIRTH NAME: Ricardo Gonzalo Pedro Montalban y Merino

CLAIM TO FAME: Ricardo is best known for his rola as Mr. Roarke
in 'Fantasy Island'. 

FAMILY LIFE: Georgiana Young  (October 1944 - present) 4 children

INFO: Ricardo was originally a song-and-dance man in both Mexican 
and American movie musicals. After that genre faded he became a 
character actor, often relegated to 'ethnic roles.' In 'Sayonara'
with Marlon Brando he played Japanese, he won an Emmy playing a 
Sioux on the mini-series How the West was Won, and he was also 
sometimes cast as Arabs or Greeks. Usually, though, he played the 
"Latin lover," and eventually he broke through stereotype-casting 
to become known as just a damn fine actor.

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TRIVIA: Wife Georgiana's sister was actress Loretta Young.

Had a 9 1/2 hour operation on his spine to repair an injury he 
received making 'Across the Wide Missouri'. He has been in 
constant pain ever since and for the most part he is confined 
to a wheelchair since 1993. 

For years, was a commercial spokesman for Chrysler automobiles.
You remember how he waxed eloquently about the "fine Corinthian 

Agreed to reprise his role of "Khan" in Star Trek: The Wrath of 
Khan for only $100,000 because he loved the role so much.

Was nominated for Broadway's 1958 Tony Award as Best Actor 
(Musical) for "Jamaica."

Is the only "Star Trek" movie villain who previously appeared on 
"Star Trek" (1966). He played Khan Noonien Singh in the "Star 
Trek" (1966) episode "Space Seed" and Star Trek: The Wrath of 
Khan (1982).

In 1970, he founded the non-profit organization "Nosotros" whose 
goal is "to help fulfill the goals of persons of Spanish-speaking 
origin in the motion picture and television industry." 

In 1999, he purchased an old Hollywood theater designed by the 
well known architect John C. Austin and built in 1927: "conceiving 
a plan to rebuild this theater to benefit the diverse community 
and to build a state-of- art school to compliment this live theater."

WHERE IS HE NOW: Ricardo has continued to work, doing many voice
roles in cartoons both for TV an dthe Big Screen. 

He usually delivers his lines from a wheelchair. In his most recent 
role, he played Grandfather Cortex in the Spy Kids films. He also 
provided the voice for Señor Senior Sr. on Disney's 'Kim Possible' 
and the Council Chairman in the big-screen cartoon 'The Ant Bully.'

In 2003 he received the Catholics in Media Associates Lifetime
Achievement Award.

In 1980 he aslo wrote his memoir called, Reflections: A Life in 
Two Worlds.

Ricardo Montalban
c/o Tim Curtis
William Morris Agency (WMA-LA)
One William Morris Pl
Beverly Hills, CA 90212


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"Kim Possible" .... Señor Senior Sr.(2002-2007)
The Ant Bully (2006) (voice) .... Head of Council
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (2003) .... Grandfather
Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams (2002) .... Grandfather
"Dora the Explorer" .... El Encantador (1 episode, 2002)
    - The Missing Piece (2002) TV Episode (voice) .... El Encantador
"Titans" .... Mr. Sanchez (1 episode, 2001)
    - Someone Wicked This Way Comes (2001) TV Episode .... Mr. Sanchez
"Buzz Lightyear of Star Command" .... Vartkes (1 episode, 2000)
    - Lone Wolf (2000) TV Episode (voice) .... Vartkes
"The Love Boat: The Next Wave" .... Manuel Kaire (1 episode, 1998)
    - Getting to Know You (1998) TV Episode .... Manuel Kaire
"Chicago Hope" .... Col. Martin Nieves (1 episode, 1997)
    - Colonel of Truth (1997) TV Episode .... Col. Martin Nieves
"Freakazoid!" .... Armondo Guitierrez (1995-1996)
"Heaven Help Us" (1994) TV Series .... Mr. Shepherd (unknown episodes)
"The Golden Palace" .... Lawrence Gentry (1 episode, 1993)
    - Senor Stinky Learns Nothing About Life (1993) .... Lawrence Gentry
"Dream On" .... Alejandro Goldman (1 episode, 1991)
    - The Second Greatest Story Ever Told (1991) .... Alejandro Goldman
"Murder, She Wrote" .... Vaaclav Maryska (1 episode, 1990)
    - Murder in F Sharp (1990) TV Episode .... Vaaclav Maryska
"B.L. Stryker" .... Victor Costanza (1 episode, 1990)
    - High Rise (1990) TV Episode .... Victor Costanza
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988) .... Vincent Ludwig
"The Colbys" .... Zach Powers / ... (1985-1987)
"Dynasty" .... Zach Powers / ... (1986)
    - The Choice (1986) TV Episode .... Zachary 'Zach' Powers
    - Souvenirs (1986) TV Episode .... Zach Powers
Cannonball Run II (1984) .... King
"Fantasy Island" .... Mr. Roarke (1978-1984)
Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (1982) .... Khan Noonien Singh
"B.J. and the Bear" .... Six Killer (1 episode, 1979)
    - Fly a Wild Horse (1979) TV Episode .... Six Killer
"How the West Was Won" (1978) (mini) TV Series .... Satangkai (episodes 1-3)
Return to Fantasy Island (1978) (TV) .... Mr. Roarke
Captains Courageous (1977) (TV) .... Manuel
Mission to Glory: A True Story (1977)
"Police Story" .... Major Sergio Flores (1 episode, 1977)
    - Hard Rock Brown (1977) TV Episode .... Major Sergio Flores
"Executive Suite" .... David Valerio (1976-1977)
Fantasy Island (1977) (TV) .... Mr. Roarke
Joe Panther (1976) .... Turtle George
Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976) .... Silent film star
McNaughton's Daughter (1976) (TV) .... Dist. Atty. Charles Quintero
Columbo: A Matter of Honor (1976) (TV) .... Luis Montoya
"Switch" .... Jean-Paul (1 episode, 1975)
    - Kiss of Death (1975) TV Episode .... Jean-Paul
The Mark of Zorro (1974) (TV) .... Captain Esteban
Wonder Woman (1974) (TV) .... Abner Smith

For the entire listing of Ricardo's credits and Then & Now 
pictures, visit: Ricardo Montalban Then & Now

LOOSE LIPS: Upon winning his Emmy for the mini-series "How 
the West Was Won" (1978): "I don't know about Mr. Roarke, but 
this certainly fulfills my fantasy. Thank you very much."
- Ricardo Montalban

--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE

- Larry Hagman - ALIVE
  Born: 09/21/1931
- Barbara Bel Geddes - DEAD (Cancer)
  Born: 10/31/1922  Died: 08/08/2005 
- Dack Rambo - DEAD (AIDS)
  Born: 11/13/1941  Died: 3/21/1994


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- José Roberto Espinosa, 59, Mexican footballer, coach and 
  journalist, pneumonia and cancer. 
- Johnny Frigo, 90, American jazz violinist and bass player, cancer.
- Kuo Tai-cheng, 46, Taiwanese former chairman of Foxconn, brother 
  of Terry Gou, leukemia. 
- Bill Pinkney, 81, American who was the last original member of 
  The Drifters, heart attack. 
- Osvaldo Romo, 70, Chilean security agent jailed for human rights 
  abuses during the Pinochet regime, heart and respiratory problems. 

- Claude Pompidou, 94, French widow of former Prime Minister and 
  President Georges Pompidou. 
- Boots Randolph, 80, American saxophonist famous for 1963 hit 
  "Yakety Sax," cerebral hemorrhage. 
- John White, American politician, member of Mississippi Senate 
  for 18 years, after long illness.  

- James Capozzola, 44, American blogger, brain hemorrhage. 
- Howell Estes, 92, United States Air Force general during the 
  Vietnam War, heart ailment. 
- Ray Goins, 71, American bluegrass musician. 
- Beverly Sills, 78, American opera singer, lung cancer. 
- Jimmy Walker, 63, American basketball player (Detroit Pistons, 
  Houston Rockets, Kansas City Kings), lung cancer. 
- Hy Zaret, 99, American lyricist ("Unchained Melody"). 

- Bob Gordon, 69, American journalist, editor of The Clarion-Ledger 
  (1982–1986), heart complications. 
- David Ritcheson, 18, American hate crime victim, suicide by jumping 
  from a ship

- Jim Corbett, 82, American politician, Mayor of Tucson, Arizona 
  (1967–1971), Arizona legislator (1956–1958), heart problems. 
- Will Schaefer, American composer of background music for I Dream 
  of Jeannie and The Flintstones, cancer. 
- John Svenson, 58, American developer, co-owner of the Boston 
  Celtics, cancer. 
- Robert E. Sweeney, 82, American politician, US Representative 
  from Ohio (1965-1967), heart problems.  

- Frank W. Burke, 87, American politician, US Representative 
  (1959–1963), Mayor of Louisville (1969–1973). 
- Raymond E. Douglas, 58, American NY Times executive who helped 
  add color to its pages, pulmonary embolism. 
- John Hansl, 82, Croatian ex-concentration camp guard whose United 
  States citizenhip was revoked in 2005, congestive heart failure. 
- George McCorkle, 60, American guitarist with The Marshall Tucker 
  Band, cancer. 
- Fred Saberhagen, 77, American writer of Berserker series, cancer. 
- Joel Siegel, 63, American film critic for Good Morning America 
  on ABC, colon cancer.  

- Inez Baskin, 91, American journalist, covered the Montgomery Bus 
- Leo Burmester, 63, American actor, leukemia. 
- Eugene B. Fluckey, 93, American submarine commander awarded the 
  Medal of Honor during World War II. 
- Hugh Johns, 83, British football commentator with ITV. 
- Bruce Kennedy, 68, American businessman, former chairman and CEO 
  of Alaska Airlines, light plane crash. 
- Kiichi Miyazawa, 87, Japanese Prime Minister (1991–1993),  
- Gregory Reeves, 57, American journalist, complications from ALS. 
- Howie Schneider, 77, American cartoonist (Eek and Meek), 
  complications of heart surgery. 
- Catherine Troeh, 96, American native people activist and historian. 

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