Spanish film mogul FERNANDO FERNAN-GOMEZ has died in Madrid, aged 86. Born in Lima, Peru, the actor/director made over 200 appearances in Spain's top TV series and films. His big screen hits included 1992's Oscar-winning La Belle Epoque. Fernan-Gomez received the Principe de Asturias prize and six Goyas, Spain's Oscars.
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