Esta obra contiene una traducción derivada de «, "Cancer Claims Character Actor Rafael Campos", Dinah Washington and Rafael Campos – One of the Queen’s Men, "Downtown Randall Brown: Luís Campos: Celebrity of ciphers - Randall Brown", Anne Francis Movie Schedule: FUNNY GIRL, IMPASSE, BLACKBOARD JUNGLE, "Rafael Campos, 49, character actor who launched his career...", Rafael Campos (I) (1936–1985), Rhoda (TV Series), Licencia Creative Commons Atribución-CompartirIgual 3.0 Unported, https://es.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rafael_Campos&oldid=128990365, Actores de teatro de la República Dominicana, Actores de televisión de la República Dominicana, Wikipedia:Páginas con traducciones del inglés, Wikipedia:Artículos con identificadores VIAF, Wikipedia:Artículos con identificadores LCCN, Licencia Creative Commons Atribución Compartir Igual 3.0. [2] In 1961, Jet magazine published a photo with Washington embracing both Campos, reportedly her seventh husband, and her ex-husband Eddie Chamblee, reportedly her fifth husband. Campos was married twice, to singer Dinah Washington and model Sally Boyd, and divorced twice. [5], Campos had a career that lasted 30 years. Fue diagnosticado con cáncer de estómago y entró al hospital en diciembre de 1984. On the ″Centennial″ TV miniseries, he played the part of Nacho. Connect with the definitive source for global and local news. He was 49. [7] In the 1955 film Trial, he played the part of a Chicano teenager wrongfully accused of murdering a white girl from a rich family at a beach party. He is being defended by a college law instructor, played by Glenn Ford. Le sobrevivieron dos hijas, cinco hermanos y tres hermanas. Nacido en Santiago, República Dominicana, emigró a los Estados Unidos en el año 1949[1]​. Gracias a Brooks, obtuvo un papel junto a Vic Morrow, Margaret Hayes y Sidney Poitier en la película de 1955 Semilla de maldad[7]​. Fue descubierto por el director Richard Brooks durante una representación teatral de la obra Heavenly Express. In his last years, the actor had turned to writing and directing. Estuvo casado durante un breve tiempo con la cantante de blues y pianista Dinah Washington. Thanks to Brooks,[6] he had a starring role alongside Vic Morrow, Margaret Hayes and Sidney Poitier in the 1955 film Blackboard Jungle. Funeral arrangements are pending. Fue enterrado en el cementerio Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park de Westlake Village. Campos was married twice, to singer Dinah Washington and model Sally Boyd, and divorced twice. Dos hermanos de Campos son el criptógrafo, artista y poeta Luis Campos, y el presidente de los premios New York's Latin ACE Fernando Campos[5]​. He died on 10 July 1985, aged 49. Posiblemente su última actuación reflejada en los créditos llegó en 1986 en The Return of Josey Wales, encarnando a Chato[12]​. When he cast his latest film, about gambling - ″Fever,″ due for release in October - he had a character named Raphael saved for Campos, although they had not worked together since ″Blackboard Jungle,″ he said. He played the lead as a teen gang member who kills and robs a man who turns out to be a mob boss. [1] Other appearances include an episode of Have Gun – Will Travel, playing a teenager who stole a statue of St. Francis of Assisi. Después se casó con la modelo Sally Boyd, con la que tuvo dos hijas[4]​. [8] Rafael Campos, un dominicano que brilló en la época dorada del cine en Hollywood ... Después de separarse de Washington, se casó con la modelo Sally Boyd, con quien tuvo dos hijas. Rafael Campos, 49, died of stomach cancer Tuesday, July 9, 1985, at the Motion Picture and Television Hospital in Woodland Hills, and was buried at Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park in Westlake Village, California. Falleció el 9 de julio de 1985, a los 49 años de edad, en el Motion Picture and Television Hospital de Woodland Hills, California. En los años 1960 actuó en la película dirigida por Ted V. Mikels The Astro-Zombies, que protagonizaban John Carradine, Wendell Corey y Tura Satana[9]​. He was also, for a brief period of time, married to the blues singer and pianist Dinah Washington Rafael Campos (13 May 1936 – 9 July 1985) was an actor from the Dominican Republic whose credits include Blackboard Jungle (1955), Dino (1957), The Light in the Forest (1958), Slumber Party '57 (1976), The Astro-Zombies (1968), Centennial (1978) and V (1983). For the Argentine Olympic equestrian, see, "Cancer Claims Character Actor Rafael Campos", Dinah Washington and Rafael Campos – One of the Queen’s Men, "Downtown Randall Brown: Luís Campos: Celebrity of ciphers – Randall Brown", Anne Francis Movie Schedule: FUNNY GIRL, IMPASSE, BLACKBOARD JUNGLE, "Rafael Campos, 49, character actor who launched his career...", Rafael Campos (I) (1936–1985), Rhoda (TV Series), https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rafael_Campos&oldid=984671281, Dominican Republic expatriates in the United States, Short description is different from Wikidata, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 21 October 2020, at 12:07. Además, entre 1977 y 1978 tuvo el papel recurrente de Ramon Diaz Jr. en la serie Rhoda[10]​, rodando diez episodios del show[11]​. Originally from the Dominican Republic, he moved to the United States in 1949. [4], He was diagnosed with stomach cancer and entered hospital in December 1984. https://www.pgatour.com/players/player.32070.rafael-campos.html Esta página se editó por última vez el 3 sep 2020 a las 15:23. From 1961 to 1962, he was married to Dinah Washington, who was 12 years his senior. He played the part of Juan. Campos tuvo una carrera que duró 30 años[6]​. Join Facebook to connect with Sally Campos and others you may know. LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Actor Raphael Campos, whose 30-year film career began with ″Blackboard Jungle″ and included regular roles on television’s ″Rhoda″ and ″Centennial,′ ′ has died of cancer at the Motion Picture and Television Hospital. Other cast members breaking into the movies with that film included Vic Morrow, Jamie Farr, Paul Mazursky and Sidney Poitier. [1], One of Campos's brothers is the cryptographer, artist, and poet Luis Campos; another brother, Fernando Campos, is the president of New York's Latin ACE awards. Rafael Campos (13 de mayo de 1936 – 9 de julio de 1985) fue un actor cinematográfico y televisivo dominicano, conocido por su trabajo en producciones como Semilla de maldad (1955), Dino (1957), The Light in the Forest (1958), Slumber Party '57 (1976), The Astro-Zombies (1968), Centennial (1978) y V (1983). En la cinta de 1955 Trial, encarnó a un adolescente chicano, actuando junto a Glenn Ford[8]​. Dos de ellas llegaron con un episodio de Have Gun – Will Travel y otro de All in the Family. A Rafael Campos le diagnosticaron un cáncer de estómago en 1984, siendo hospitalizado en diciembre de ese año. Rafael Campos (13 de mayo de 1936 – 9 de julio de 1985) fue un actor cinematográfico y televisivo dominicano, conocido por su trabajo en producciones como Semilla de maldad (1955), Dino (1957), The Light in the Forest (1958), Slumber Party '57 (1976), The Astro-Zombies (1968), Centennial (1978) y V (1983). Entre 1961 y 1962 estuvo casado con Dinah Washington, que era doce años mayor que él[2]​[3]​. Survivors include daughters Lucy and Mimi by Ms. Boyd as well as nine brothers and sisters. En televisión tuvo varias actuaciones relevantes. [3] He then married the model Sally Boyd, with whom he had two daughters. He came to the United States in 1949 and was appearing in the Equity Library Theater production of ″Heavenly Express″ when director Richard Brooks discovered him in New York and signed him and several other youths for ″Blackboard Jungle,″ which starred Glenn Ford as an embattled inner-city teacher. [6] He was spotted by the director Richard Brooks during a theater production of Heavenly Express. He was survived by his two daughters, five brothers and three sisters. He contributed regularly to the New York magazine, Canales, and was working on a book about Hispanics in film called ″Hollywood Se Habla Espanol,″ said Kimberly Tuttle, a theatrical assistant with The Light Co., which represented Campos. Campos, born May 13, 1936, in Santiago, Dominican Republic, died Tuesday at the show-business hospital in suburban Woodland Hills, spokeswoman Jean Ferris said Wednesday. During the 1960s, he was in the Ted V. Mikels-directed film The Astro-Zombies, which starred John Carradine, Wendell Corey and Tura Satana. Elsewhere″ and ″V.″. Brooks never forgot Campos. Rafael Campos (13 May 1936 – 9 July 1985) was an actor from the Dominican Republic whose credits include Blackboard Jungle (1955), Dino (1957), The Light in the Forest (1958), Slumber Party '57 (1976), The Astro-Zombies (1968), Centennial (1978) and V (1983). He also directed the play ″White Wings for a Black Dove″ on Broadway, Ms. Tuttle said. In 1980, he won an Ace award from the New York Hispanic Press Association, and on Friday he will posthumously receive the Golden Eagle Award from the Nosotros civic group for his contributions to Hispanic culture, she said. He was also, for a brief period of time, married to the blues singer and pianist Dinah Washington. In ″Rhoda,″ he played Ramon Diaz Jr. Campos more recently appeared in episodes of ″St. View the profiles of people named Sally Campos. Survivors include daughters Lucy and Mimi by Ms. Boyd as well as nine brothers and sisters. Other Campos film roles included ″Trial,″ in which he played an accused boy of Mexican descent, ″Dino″ with Sal Mineo, ″The Appaloosa″ with Marlon Brando, ″Mister Buddwing″ with James Garner, and ″Oklahoma Crude″ with George C. Scott. Funeral arrangements are pending. https://www.conectate.com.do/articulo/rafael-campos-biografia-filmografia [10][6] He appeared in 10 episodes of the show. [9], Among his TV credits is a 1962 appearance on Alfred Hitchcock Presents, titled “The Big Score.” He also played a young Mexican boy, Juan De La O, who stole a horse in an episode of Laramie (season 3, episode 15), titled "The Barefoot Kid". [11], Possibly his last credited film role was in 1986 in The Return of Josey Wales, in which he played Chato.[12]. Rafael had a memorable role in an episode of All In the Family where Archie is told to lay off part of his crew at work and from 1977 to 1978, the actor had a recurring role as Ramon Diaz Jr. in the series Rhoda.