Roy Harley Andes Plane Crash Survivor: Netflix presents a Spanish Survival Drama movie “Society of the Snow,” based on a real-life incident. The movie is adapted from the book “Society of the Snow” by Pablo Vierci.

In 1972, a horrible incident happened during a plane trip, which was full of rugby players and crashed in the Andean Mountain range. In that incident, among 40 members, only 16 of them survived. Roy Harley is one of them. For his athletic body and insane dedication, he survived till the last.

In this article, we are gonna discuss where he is now and how he is leading his life. But before starting the discussion, let’s have a quick understanding of the story of the movie. The movie depicts the horrible incident of the 1972 plane crash in the Andean Mountain range. In this accident, 16 people survived. The movie shows their journey and their hard work.

In the movie, the character of “Roy Harley” has been played by Andy Pruss. This is Andy’s second movie, “Camila Comes Out Tonight” (2021).

Roy Harley is one of those 16 people. He helped his friends to survive in the hard situation. His dedication is appreciated by people around the world. In this article, we will discuss where he is now and how he is spending his life.

He survived for 70 days in extreme cold conditions. With his strong mental condition, he helped his team to fight in any situation. He played a huge role in this survival journey. As he has a little bit of knowledge of electricity, he used to repair the plane’s radio to connect with the broadcast channel. Unfortunately, it didn’t work. With the help of Nando & Roberto, he and others survived.

After coming from the Andean Mountain, he started to spend a simple life. He completed his engineering course and married a girl. Right now, he is a father of two children. He is enjoying his retirement and a peaceful life with his children and wife. His survival story is a great motivation for the young generation.

That’s all about Roy Harley. He is alive and enjoying his life. “Society of the Snow” is currently streaming on Netflix with multiple languages along with subtitles



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