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Birth name Pablo Willy Krögh Baraona
Nationality Chili
Birth 21 february 1963
Death 2 september 2013 (at 50 years)

Pablo Krögh (né le 21 février 1963 à Santiago et mort le 2 septembre 2013 (à 50 ans) dans la même ville) est un acteur chilien.


Sa carrière d'acteur démarre en 1986, après des études de communication visuelle, de photographie et de théâtre. Il est célèbre pour avoir joué José Tohá dans le film Dawson. Isla 10 en 2009 et pour son rôle dans la pièce de théâtre El avión rojo.

En 2002, il crée la compagnie théâtrale El Lunar, qu'il dirige.

Un cancer de la langue lui est diagnostiqué en 2012 dont il décède un an après, le 2 septembre 2013, âgé de 50 ans.

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Filmography of Pablo Krögh (7 films)

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Gloria (2013)
, 1h50
Directed by Sebastián Lelio
Origin Chili
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Paulina García, Coca Guazzini, Sergio Hernández, Marcial Tagle, Pablo Krögh, Marcela Said
Roles Pablo
Rating66% 3.3484753.3484753.3484753.3484753.348475
Gloria (García) is a 58-year-old divorcée. Her grown son and daughter have their own lives. She meets Rodolfo (Hernández), seven years her senior who, like her, is seeking companionship, but he cannot give up his other relationships.
No (2012)
, 1h57
Directed by Pablo Larraín
Origin Mexique
Genres Drama, Historical
Themes Seafaring films, Politique, Théâtre, Transport films, Political films, Films about Latin American military dictatorships, Films based on plays
Actors Gael García Bernal, Antonia Zegers, Néstor Cantillana, Richard Dreyfuss, Alfredo Castro, Marcial Tagle
Roles Director de campaña
Rating73% 3.698583.698583.698583.698583.69858
After fifteen years of military dictatorship but facing considerable international pressure, the public of Chile is asked by the government to vote in the national plebiscite of 1988 on whether General Augusto Pinochet should stay in power for another eight years or whether there should be an open democratic presidential election the next year.
Young and Wild, 1h36
Directed by Marialy Rivas
Origin Chili
Genres Drama, Thriller, Comedy, Romance
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about religion, Films about sexuality, Bisexuality-related films, LGBT-related films, La sexualité des mineurs, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films about religion, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Alicia Rodríguez, Alicia Rodríguez, Aline Küppenheim, Pablo Krögh, Andrea García-Huidobro, Catalina Saavedra
Roles Josué
Rating60% 3.0476153.0476153.0476153.0476153.047615
Daniela is a 17-year-old girl who lives in Santiago, Chile. Despite her family's deeply held Protestant beliefs, she eagerly explores her sexuality, through both casual sex and a blog, Young and Wild. The blog serves as a place where she questions her church's teachings and documents her sexual adventures, including her first experiences with masturbation, oral sex, and anal sex. As her blog becomes more popular, it attracts comments from people who range from supportive to gossipy to outright propositioning her for sex.
Dawson Isla 10, 1h57
Directed by Miguel Littín
Genres Drama
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films, Political films, Films about Latin American military dictatorships
Actors Benjamín Vicuña, Cristián de la Fuente, Pablo Krögh, Sergio Hernández
Roles José Tohá
Rating61% 3.053093.053093.053093.053093.05309
The 1973 Chilean coup d'état resulted in President Salvador Allende being overthrown and Augusto Pinochet coming to power in Chile. This film tells the story of the former members of Allende's cabinet, who were arrested and incarcerated in a political prison, specially designed as a concentration camp on Dawson Island, Tierra del Fuego. The camp had been used in the early 20th century to house Selk'nam and other indigenous peoples, moving them from the main island to end their interference with the large sheep ranches that had been established, as they persisted in hunting in their former territories.
Machuca (2004)
, 2h
Directed by Andrés Wood
Origin Chili
Genres Drama
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Seafaring films, Politique, Films about sexuality, Transport films, La sexualité des mineurs, Political films, Films about Latin American military dictatorships
Actors Manuela Martelli, Ariel Mateluna, Matías Quer, Aline Küppenheim, Federico Luppi, Francisco Reyes Morandé
Roles Colonel Sotomayor
Rating77% 3.898563.898563.898563.898563.89856
The film is from the perspective of Gonzalo Infante, a privileged Chilean boy, during a time period in which the lower classes are politically mobilized, demanding more rights and forcing fundamental change. At the same time the upper middle class, including Gonzalo's own family, grow fearful of the growing socialist movement and plot against the country's elected president, Salvador Allende. Gonzalo's father, while sympathetic to the poor and not part of the right-wing movement, wants to leave the country to Italy, where he frequently travels for work, to avoid the Socialist policies. Sra. Infante is having an affair with a wealthy older gentleman, who gives Gonzalo gifts to keep him quiet. Gonzalo is sometimes bullied by his sister's boyfriend, who is a violent anti-Allende right-winger who uses nun-chucks to intimidate people. The family often buys products off of the black market, due to rationing and shortages.
Coronation (2000)

Directed by Silvio Caiozzi
Genres Drama
Actors Adela Secall, Pablo Krögh, Boris Quercia
Roles Young Carlos
Rating71% 3.5849753.5849753.5849753.5849753.584975