Luis Chataing

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Luis Chataing
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Born Luis Eduardo Chataing Zambrano
(1967-04-08) April 8, 1967 (age 50)
Caracas, Venezuela
Occupation Actor, Speaker, Television presenter
Years active 1998–present

Luis Eduardo Chataing Zambrano (born April 8, 1967 in Caracas) is an announcer, actor, television presenter, and comedian. He is known for the show Stand Up Comedy.

Personal life[edit]

His father is the architect Alejandro Chataing Roncajolo, a member of a large family of architects who have shaped Venezuelan architecture, and Gisela Zambrano Perdomo. Grandson of the architect Luis Eduardo Chataing (designer of the country's hospital network, Liceo Andres Bello, Military Hospital, Hospital Oncológico, School of Nursing and Customs of La Guaira), who was the son of another then-famous architect, Alejandro Chataing Poleo (Nuevo Circo in Caracas, Military History Museum, Arch of Carabobo, Academy of Fine Arts, Caracas Municipal Council).


Year Title Character Director
2011[1] Er Conde Jones[1] TBA Benjamín Rausseo
Year Title Station
2007–Feb 7, 2017 De Nuevo en la Mañana LaMega 107.3fm
Year Title Channel
1998 Nunca en Domingo RCTV
1999 Ni Tan Tarde Televen-PumaTV
2006 ¿Sucede en Serio? Sony Entertainment Television
2006 Así Lo Veo Globovision
2007 Por Fin en Fin TV Azteca
2007 Ya Es 1/2 Dia En China Sony Entertainment Television
2012–2014 ( 10 / 06 /2014 ) Chataing Televen


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