Don Fernando

Don Fernando



Don Fernando is an iconic Mexican actor known for his roles in films, television, and theater. He was born Fernando Colunga Olivares on March 3, 1966 in Mexico City, Mexico. He is the only son of Maria del Refugio Olivares and Fernando Colunga, a businessman.

In his youth, Don Fernando studied acting at the National Theater School of Mexico and began his career in 1985 with a role in the telenovela “Quinceañera”. His career quickly took off and he was soon cast in several telenovelas, including “Volver a Empezar”, “María Mercedes”, “Salomé”, “Abrázame Muy Fuerte”, “Amor Real”, and “Pasión”.

In 2000, Don Fernando moved to the big screen with the film “Todos los Hombres Soñaron una Vez”. Since then, he has gone on to star in a number of films, including “Amarte Duele”, “La Leyenda”, “El Gran Secreto”, “La Ley de Herodes”, “Oculto”, and “Juntos y Revueltos”.

Don Fernando has also made a name for himself in the theater. His stage credits include “El Mago de Oz”, “Los Locos del Oeste”, and “Espectacular”. He has also appeared in several music videos and television commercials.

Don Fernando is widely regarded as one of the most iconic and influential Mexican actors of his generation. His film and television roles have earned him a number of awards, including the Silver Goddess Award for Best Actor in a Telenovela (“Pasión”) and the Ariel Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (“La Ley de Herodes”).

Don Fernando remains active in the entertainment industry today. He is currently working on a new film, “La Leyenda de la Llorona”, and is set to appear in the upcoming television series “Atrapada en el Tiempo”. He is also an active philanthropist, supporting a number of charitable causes in his native Mexico.

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April 12, 1948

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