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April 5, 1928|
|Died||August 23, 1990
|Occupation||Presenter, Personality, Voice actor|
He began building engineering studies, which he combined with sport, becoming a University champion of Spain in Athletics. He quit studies to began a career in radio. He started as an apprentice in University radio Radio SEU, and afterwards he began his professional career in Radio Intercontinental, and then in Radio Nacional de España. From 1952, García also worked in dubbing, becoming the Spanish voice of actors like Cary Grant, Glenn Ford, Alain Delon, Peter O'Toole or Albert Finney. He later began his television career in TVE.
In 1984, García was dismissed by the management board of TVE due to his connection to advertising company Unipublic.
In 1970, García was handed an Antena de Oro award for his radio work.
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