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Fernando Tejero is a Actor Espagnol born on 24 february 1967 at Córdoba (Espagne)

Fernando Tejero

Fernando Tejero
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Nationality Espagne
Birth 24 february 1967 (55 years) at Córdoba (Espagne)

Fernando Tejero Muñoz-Torrero (born 24 February 1967) is a Spanish actor who spent his childhood and adolescence in Córdoba, Andalucía.

Since he was very young, Tejero knew he wanted to be an actor. However his father wanted Tejero to become a bullfighter. Tejero studied acting at the Escuela de Arte Dramático de Córdoba, the Centro Andaluz de Teatro and the Escuela de Arte Dramático Cristina Rota de Madrid.

As a struggling actor, Tejero worked with his parents in a seafood market. According to Tejero, during this period in his life, he had his first bad experience with showbusiness. He said he met a very famous Spanish actress with whom he had a cordial conversation. She ignored him and looked at him with contempt when she discovered he worked at a seafood market.

Tejero went on to perform in bit parts in Spanish movies, slowly gaining recognition. He was able to establish a bond with a production company called Animalario. In 2003, he was offered a role in Días de fútbol, for which he won the Goya Award for best new actor. In that same year, during the casting of the now-famous Spanish ensemble comedy Aquí no hay quien viva, he was originally offered the part of Paco, the video store clerk. However, a new role was subsequently created for him, that of Emilio, the concierge; this allowed him a much more visible role than originally planned. With the show's great success, Tejero has become a household name in Spain.

Since then, he has had leading roles in films, such as El penalti más largo del mundo.

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Filmography of Fernando Tejero (8 films)

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Ozzy, la Grande Évasion, 1h30
Directed by Alberto Rodríguez
Origin Espagne
Genres Animation
Actors José Mota, Fernando Tejero, Michelle Jenner, Elsa Pataky, Carlos Areces, Pablo Espinosa
Roles Radar (voice)
Rating51% 2.5774352.5774352.5774352.5774352.577435
Ozzy, un adorable chien, fait le bonheur de ses maîtres. Ceux-ci devant partir quelques mois à l'étranger le confient à un luxueux hôtel pour chiens. Ils ignorent qu'en réalité Blue Creek est une prison. Ozzy ne se laissera pas faire. Avec l'aide de ses copains de cellule, il fera tout pour retrouver la liberté.
As Luck Would Have It, 1h35
Directed by Álex de la Iglesia
Origin Espagne
Genres Drama, Comedy
Themes Films about the labor movement, La précarité
Actors Salma Hayek, José Mota, Juan Luis Galiardo, Blanca Portillo, Carolina Bang, Javier Botet
Roles Johnnie
Rating60% 3.049173.049173.049173.049173.04917
Roberto Gómez, a former advertising executive, has been unemployed for several years. Though he is happily married, he is depressed and feels as if he has failed his family. His wife, Luisa, attempts to cheer him up as he leaves for an interview with a former business partner and friend, Javier Gándara. When Roberto arrives, his former co-workers are distant and cold. Gándara tells him that there are no positions available, and Roberto leaves dejected. Remembering that his wife wants to vacation at the hotel where they spent their honeymoon, he impulsively drives off to visit it, only to find that it is now the site of a museum and important archeological dig. As Roberto wanders about the site during an important press event, he panics when he sees security guard Claudio and falls a great distance.
Chef's Special, 1h51
Genres Comedy
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Javier Cámara, Benjamín Vicuña, Lola Dueñas, Chus Lampreave, Fernando Tejero, Luis Varela
Roles Ramiro
Rating60% 3.045943.045943.045943.045943.04594
Maxi (Javier Cámara) is the chef and owner of a restaurant, Xantarella, who aspires to win a Michelin Star but is having financial difficulties. He helps Álex (Lola Dueñas), a maître d’ who is desperately looking for a boyfriend. It has been a while since Maxi has come out of the closet and declared his homosexuality. Since then, he left behind his wife and his two children whom he hasn’t seen in the last seven years. His wife’s death leads him to have to take care of his two estranged kids. Meanwhile, an Argentinian soccer player, Horacio (Benjamín Vicuña), comes into Maxi and Alex’s lives and passes himself off as heterosexual when in reality he’s homosexual. The film develops from the love triangle formed between Maxi, Álex, and Horacio, Maxi’s responsibility to his kids, and the future of the restaurant.
The Ferpect Crime, 1h45
Directed by Álex de la Iglesia
Origin Espagne
Genres Thriller, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Comedy thriller, Crime
Actors Guillermo Toledo, Fernando Tejero, Luis Varela, Kira Miró, Montse Mostaza, Álex Gadea
Roles Alonso
Rating70% 3.5445353.5445353.5445353.5445353.544535
Rafael is a women's clothing clerk at a large Madrid department store, Yeyo's. His department is filled with beautiful, comely young women whom Rafael routinely seduces. When Rafael vies for a management position with Don Antonio, a men's clothing clerk whom Rafael despises, a fluke causes Don Antonio to win the promotion. He fires Rafael and a fight ensues in which Rafael accidentally kills Don Antonio. Lourdes, an ugly and unassuming clerk at the store, witnesses the outcome of the fight, helps Rafael incinerate the body, and provides an alibi for the police. Rafael wins his coveted promotion, but at a terrible cost: Lourdes blackmails Rafael into an unwanted relationship. He is forced to fire his many former lovers, to marry Lourdes (she proposes on a live reality TV show) and to support clown-like women's clothing of her design. Rafael becomes so depressed he begins to hallucinate, seeing the ghost of Don Antonio who suggests Rafael should kill Lourdes. As the police are also pressing him again, he causes a fire in the department store and fakes his death, in front of his wife and a police officer. Five years later, he (with a false identity) has a small business selling ties and socks, but Lourdes' clown-like clothes are a success and she becomes a millionaire.
Soccer Days, 1h58
Directed by David Serrano
Genres Comedy
Themes Sports films, Association football films
Actors Natalia Verbeke, Fernando Tejero, María Esteve, Lola Dueñas, Pilar Castro, Eva Santolaria Millán
Roles Serafín
Rating61% 3.098343.098343.098343.098343.09834
Jorge et ses amis sont des trentenaires qui s'ennuient. Ils décident de reformer l'équipe de football de leur enfance et participent à un tournoi local.
Torremolinos 73, 1h31
Directed by Pablo Berger
Origin Danemark
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Actors Javier Cámara, Candela Peña, Mads Mikkelsen, Fernando Tejero, Thomas Bo Larsen, Nuria González
Roles Juan Luis
Rating64% 3.247373.247373.247373.247373.24737
Alfredo López is an exasperated encyclopedia salesman for the Montoya Publishing House and lives with his faithful wife Carmen in 1973 Spain. Carmen and Alfredo are offered by the Montoya Publishing House to create pornographic films that will be imported into Scandinavian countries under the pretence of being an audiovisual encyclopedia of human reproduction. They have no other choice as Alfredo's encyclopedia sales are practically zero and Carmen loses her job. Unknowingly, Carmen becomes an adult film star in the Northern European countries though they are well-paid for their films. In the meantime Alfredo and Carmen are trying to have a child and Carmen discovers that Alfredo has a sperm count of zero.
Mondays in the Sun, 1h53
Directed by Fernando León de Aranoa
Origin Espagne
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Javier Bardem, Luis Tosar, Aida Folch, Fernando Tejero, Serge Riaboukine, Antonio Mourelos
Roles Lázaro
Rating74% 3.7473853.7473853.7473853.7473853.747385
After the closure of their shipyard in Northern Spain, a few former workers – Santa, José, Lino, Amador, Sergei and Reina – keep in touch. They meet mainly at a bar owned by their former colleague Rico. Santa is the most superficially confident and the unofficial leader of the group. A court case hangs over him relating to a shipyard lamp he smashed during protest against the closure. José is bitter that his wife, Ana, is employed when he is not. The gap between them is widening and he is fearful that she will leave him for a co-worker. Despite arthritic legs, Ana endures night shifts at a fish factory and thinks her looks are now lost. Not everyone seems to agree including her boss. Lino, an aging family man, doggedly pursues positions beyond his qualifications. The oldest member of the group, Amador, has degenerated into alcoholism after being abandoned by his wife; maintaining an increasingly transparent pretense that his wife will soon return from holiday. Reina has managed to find a job as a watchman at a football club, smuggling his friends into a game. Lino attends job interviews despite applicants being nearer his son's age. Sergei claims his career as an astronaut was forestalled by economic measures in the Soviet Space program.