• 1900
  •  Mexico City, Mexico

Miguel Inclán


Miguel Inclan was a popular villain of Mexican cinema from the 1930s into the 1950s, although he also had some sympathetic roles, notably as the kindly policeman in Les bas-fonds de Mexico (1949) and several appearances as Benito Juárez. Inclán came from a theatrical family and started out working in the carpa theatres (he later bought a theatre with his film earnings and put his extended family to work in it). His son Miguel Inclán García also had a long career as an actor, although mostly on the stage. Other relatives of Inclán who made their mark in the entertainment industry are his grand-nephew Rafael Inclán, Raúl 'Chato' Padilla and Alfonso Zayas.


Movie Name Release Date
Maria Candelaria (1944) September 11, 1944
Ξεχασμένοι από την κοινωνία – Los olvidados (1950) March 24, 1952