Andrés Bustamante

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Andrés García de Bustamante Caballero (born May 27, 1959), better known by his stage name Andrés Bustamante, is a Mexican comedian and actor who works at TV Azteca. He has worked with TV Azteca (previously State-owned Imevision). His work include children's show Los Cuentos del Espejo, and multi-character sketch format shows Entre Amigos, Sin Tornillos and El Güiri Güiri. He has authored two books: ¿Y yo por que? ('Why me?') and ¿Por que yo no? ('Why not me?').

Fritz Glockner compared him with Tin Tan.[1]