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Hector Elizondo - SIGNATURE - DOCUMENT 4191321

Signature: Hector Elizondo on 3"x5" card.

Hector Elizondo (born December 22, 1936) is a Golden Globe-nominated and Emmy Award-winning American actor.

From 1962-1963, Elizondo studied dance at the Ballet Arts Company at Carnegie Hall and in 1963 he landed parts in two Off-Broadway shows: Kill the One-Eyed Man and The Great White Hope. His first major success came when he played "God" in guise of a Puerto Rican steam room attendant in the play Steambath.

Elizondo won an Obie Award for his performance. Many of his roles involve playing a friend or sympathizer to the lead character. He provided the voice of Bane, one of the more aggressively themed characters in Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman.

In the 1980s, Elizondo befriended Garry Marshall; Marshall was impressed with his talent and it was to become a lifelong friendship, which would bring benefits for both. Their first movie together was Young Doctors in Love followed by The Other Sister.

In some of the movies in which Elizondo appeared, he went uncredited and he would not have minded staying that way for the movie Pretty Woman, however it was Marshall who insisted on crediting him. His role in Pretty Woman only lasted 10 minutes, but it led to his receiving a Golden Globe nomination. Elizondo has participated in over 80 movies and 12 of them have been Marshall's.


PRODUCT CONDITION.-    We have carefully inspected corners, edges and surface and we grade card's condition as: "In Excellent Condition". This item has never been displayed, so it has no pin holes and no tape marks of any kind. We store our collections flat at optimal conditions; such as clean air, and a dust-free environment.


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