Juan Manuel Soriano (1920 – 10 October 1995) was a Spanish voice actor and his career spanned over 50 years including a radio program of Don Juan Tenorio. In radio, he dubbed American actors such as Clark Gable, Kirk Douglas and James Stewart. He created the Radio Nacional de España (RNE) radio program Teatro invisible. He also won a Premios Ondas for Best Actor in the RNE programs in 1957.
Deathday1995-10-10 (75 years old)
Birth nameJuan Manuel Soriano Ruiz
Place of birthSanta Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
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