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Biography

Fernando Esteso was born in Zaragoza, Spain on February 16th, 1945. Since he was a little boy, Fernando worked in a circus as a clown along with his dad. When he was 19 years old, he moved to Madrid and debuted as an actor in theater. In the 1970s, Fernando gained popularity when he participated as a humorist for various television shows and also did commercials like Coñac La Parra. Around the same time he started to appear in cinema as an extra for movies like Y si no, nos enfadamos.

Besides acting, Fernando also had success as a humorist singer. His most recognized songs were El Bellotero and La Ramona. Soon after he wrote, directed, and acted in the movie Viva la risa and also landed the role of protagonist for the theater play La extraña pareja. Later on he hosted the show La Ruleta de la Fortuna and Veraneando. His most recent work has been in the web-series Los Hijos de Mambrú.

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