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Joaquín Martínez

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Joaquín Martínez
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Age 79
Birthday 5 November, 1932
Birthplace Mexico
Died 3 January, 2012
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Nationality Mexican
Occupation Actor
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Joaquin Martinez (November 5, 1930 – January 3, 2012) was a Mexican-born American film, theatre and television actor. Often appearing in Westerns, Martinez was perhaps best known for starring roles in the 1972 film, Jeremiah Johnson, in which he played a Crow chief, Paints His Shirt Red, and the 1972 film, Ulzana's Raid, which was directed by Robert Aldrich and starred Burt Lancaster. Martinez was often typecast in roles that stereotyped Latinos, Native Americans, and Mexicans, but he frequently changed and reworked his characters through his acting, sometimes causing tensions with a production's director.

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