Tito Valverde

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Tito Valverde
(Tito Valverde) Clausura del XIV Festival de Cine Social de CLM (cropped).jpg
At the FECISO festival in 2017
Born
Fernando García Valverde

(1951-04-26) 26 April 1951 (age 72)
Ávila, Spain
Other namesFernando Valverde
OccupationActor
Years active1977-present

Fernando García Valverde (born 26 April 1951), [1] better known as Fernando Valverde or Tito Valverde, is a Spanish actor. Born in Ávila, [1] he became very popular to a television audience for his performance as Pepe in the 1995 comedy television series Pepa y Pepe . [2] He has later starred as Gerardo Castilla in the television series El comisario . [3]

Contents

Selected filmography

Film
YearTitleRoleNotesRef.
1977La guerra de papá [2]
1987 El bosque animado (The Enchanted Forest)Geraldo [4]
1989 Esquilache Bernardo
Amanece, que no es poco Morencos [5]
1991 Lo más natural (The Most Natural Thing)Iván [6]
Alas de mariposa (Butterfly Wings)Gabriel [7]
1993 Sombras en una batalla (Shadows in a Conflict)Darío [8]
¿Por qué lo llaman amor cuando quieren decir sexo? (Why Do They Call It Love When They Mean Sex?)Karim [9]
The Devil's Breath (El aliento del diablo)Ginés [10]
1994 Amor propio  [ es ]Hilario Lanza [11]
1997 El color de las nubes (The Color of the Clouds)José María [12]
2001 La gran vida (Living It Up)Salva [13]
2005 Reinas (Queens)Héctor [14]
2013 15 años y un día (15 Years and One Day)Max [15]
2019 Mientras dure la guerra (While at War) General Cabanellas [16]
2023 El fantástico caso del Golem (The Fantastic Golem Affairs)Gustavo [17]
¡Vaya vacaciones! José [18]
Television
YearTitleRoleNotesRef.
1986 Tristeza de amor  [ es ]Blas [1]
1993 Celia Tío Rodrigo [1]
1995 Pepa y Pepe Pepe [19]
1996–1998 Todos los hombres sois iguales Manolo [1]
1997 La banda de Pérez  [ es ]Alfonso [1]
1999–2009 El comisario Gerardo Castilla12 seasons [1]
2013–2014 Velvet Don Rafael Márquez [1]
2014–2015 Sin identidad Enrique Vergel [1]
2019 Matadero Salvador [1]
2021 Alba Víctor Entrerríos [1]
2022 A Private Affair Ramirez [20]

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