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Biography

Fernando Colunga is a Mexican actor born in Mexico City on March 3rd, 1966. He debuted in cinema until he worked as a double of Eduardo Yáñez in the telenovela Dulce Desafío. From there on, he studied in the Centro de Educación Artística de Televisa and then became well-known when he landed a role in the Mexican version of the show Plaza Séseamo. He also appeared in shows likes La Telaraña, Hora Marcada, and Todo de todo.

Later on, Fernando Colunga participated in telenovelas like Cenizas y Diamantes, Madres Egoístas, and María Mercedes. Soon after, Carla Estrada offered him a role in the telenovela Más Allá del Puente along with María Sorté. Then he partook in the famous telenovela Marimar, where interpreted Adrián Rosales. His most recent works has been in Soy Tu Dueña where he landed the role of protagonist and in Porque El Amor Manda where he acted along with Erick Elías and Claudia Álvarez.

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