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Emilio Aragón Álvarez (born 1959), is a Spanish director, musician, actor, presenter and producer. He was the original presenter of the Spanish game show VIP Noche, which was a popular 1990s game show on the Spanish Telecinco network. He later hosted and directed the first season of El gran juego de la oca on Antena 3, also in Spain. Since 2006 he has been the president of the television network La Sexta .
Emilio Aragón Álvarez was born 16 April 1959  in Havana, Cuba. His father, Emilio Aragón Bermúdez or Miliki, was a clown, along with his grandfather Emilio Aragón Foureaux, known as Emig. He began his career in the program The Great Circus of TVE in 1977, using stage name Milikito, with his father, his uncle Gabriel Aragón (Gaby), and his cousin Alfonso Aragón (Fofó) which were better know as Los Payasos de la Tele. He also went in to get his undergraduate degree in History from Suffolk University in Boston, Ma. Here he also an honorary PhD in Art due to his donations to their university.
^Beatriz Muñoz-Seca, Josep Riverola -The new operational culture: the case of the theatre industry - 2009 Page 44 "Two of their sons, Fofito and Milikito, continued the family tradition working as clowns, but Milikito later gave up his stage name and his clown's costume, and became Emilio Aragon, who went on to become one of the most widely respected TV ...