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Biography

Toni Cantó was born in Valencia, Spain on January 14th, 1965. He first started to work as a model and studied at Centro Dramático Nacional. In 1986, Toni landed his first job in front of a camera in the TV show La tarde from Televisión Española. A year later he started to present the musical Sábado Noche. Throughout the decade of the 90s, he partook in several TV series like El destino en sus manos, Entre naranjos, and Querido maestro. Toni Cantó became popular when he played David Pérez in the TV series 7 vidas.

Besides television, Toni also participated in cinema. Throughout the years he has been in over twenty movies like Tu nombre envenena mis sueños and Todo sobre mi madre. Toni Cantó also participated in numerous theater plays like El pez gordo and Razas to name a few. Later on Toni became a political activist through several organizations and political parties.

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