Film actor who has worked in more than 175 Mexican films and has also appeared in many American movies. He skyrocketed to fame for saying the 36th most famous movie quote in history: “Badges? We don’t need no stinkin’ badges!”
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|FULL NAME:||Alfonso Bedoya|
|BIRTH DATE:||April 16, 1904|
|AGE:||116 years old|
Alfonso Bedoya is a Movie Actor. He was born in Vicam and lived a nomadic life with his family until he received a formal education in Texas. He got his beginning as a character actor in the United States in the 1930s and 1940s.
DID YOU KNOW His best known role is in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre as Gold Hat. The film was ranked thirty on AFI’s 100 Years…100 Movies list.
FACT Both he and Orson Welles acted in the 1950 film, The Black Rose.
Currently, Alfonso Bedoya is 116 years old. He will celebrate his 117th birthday on a Saturday, April 16th. Below we countdown to his upcoming birthday.
Alfonso Bedoya’s zodiac sign is Aries. According to astrologers, Aries’ life pursuit is the thrill of the moment and a secret desire to lead the way for others. People of this zodiac sign like taking on leadership roles, physical challenges, individual sports and dislike inactivity, delays, and work that does not use one’s talents. The strengths of this sign are: courageous, determined, confident, enthusiastic, optimistic, honest, passionate, while weaknesses can be to be impatient, moody, short-tempered, impulsive and aggressive. The greatest overall compatibility with Aries are Libra and Leo.
Alfonso Bedoya was born in the Year of the Dragon. The dragon is a powerful sign. People born under this year are energetic and excitable. They hate hypocrisy and gossip and can sometimes be a bit arrogant and impatient. This year is the year of the .
DID YOU KNOW Life expectancy in United States is about 79 years.
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