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Tony MacFarland (born Antonio José MacFarland on September 15, 1982 in Puebla, Puebla) is a Mexican actor and show host, who made his first appearance in television in the Mexican edition of the reality show Big Brother .

In 2003, he participated in the film Sexos prósperos , directed by Matha Luna, alongside Julio Bracho, and Consuelo Duval. He has also appeared in some television commercials. He is currently an administrator of a night club in his native city, called "Bios". Tony MacFarland also hosted Día de perros , alongside Vanessa Aguilar and Renato Bartilotti.


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