Pedro Fernández

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Pedro Fernández
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Background information
Birth name José Martín Cuevas Cobos
Born (1969-09-28) 28 September 1969 (age 46)
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Origin Mexico
Genres Latin pop, folk, mariachi, banda, ranchera, ballads
Occupation(s) Singer, actor, songwriter, TV host
Instruments Vocals, guitar, piano
Years active 1979–present
Website [1] Pedro Fernández - Oficial

José Martín Cuevas Cobos was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico on September 28, 1969 (age 46). Singer, actor, TV host and songwriter known professionally as Pedro Fernández began his international career at the age of seven, following his album and film "La de la mochila azul" (The Girl of the Blue Backpack). Today Pedro has 38 albums recorded, starred in 7 soap operas, 25 films and continues captivating audiences all over the world. He has achieved 3 Diamond records, 37 Gold records and 26 Platinum records.[1]

Pedro Fernández is a Mexican recording artist, composer, producer, actor and winner of endless national and international awards such as, TVyNovelas Award for Best Lead Actor (2010) Hasta Que el Dinero Nos Separe, Latin Grammy Best Regional/Mexican Album (2001) "Yo No Fui", Latin Grammy Best Regional/Mexican Song (2010) "Amarte a La Antigua", Latin Grammy Best Regional/Mexican Song (2013) "Cachito de Cielo", Latin Grammy Award for Best Ranchero Album (2015) "Acaríciame El Corazón".[2][3][4][5]

He is widely recognized (not only in Latin America and Spain but around the world) for his variety of music and for his protagonist role of "Rafael Medina Nuñez" in Televisa's award-winning telenovela Hasta Que El Dinero Nos Separe from which he won the Premios TVyNovelas Award for Best Lead Actor in 2010, see TVyNovelas Award for Best Lead Actor. He is married and has three daughters and one grandson.

Most recently Pedro Fernández has appeared as a team coach for La Voz Kids 2015 and 2016[6] and as an official Presenter/Host for the Billboard Latin Music Awards 2015 and 2016.[7] He continues touring and performing concerts with his Mariachi when not performing in his television roles and is working in his next album.

Discography[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Pedro Fernández in 2014.
Year Title Role Notes
1979 La niña de la mochila azul Raúl García Palomares Credited as Pedrito Fernández
1980 Amigos Poncho Also known as Forja de amigos
1980 El oreja rajada Julián
1980 Mamá sólita
1981 La niña de la mochila azul 2 Raúl García Palomares
1981 Allá en la plaza Garibaldi Julio
1982 La Mugrosita Andrés
1983 Los dos carnales Pablo
1983 Niño pobre, niño rico Mario y el niño chico es Pepe
1983 Coqueta Pablo
1984 La niña de los hoyitos
1984 Delincuente Alejandro
1986 Como si fuéramos novios Andresito
1988 Un sábado más Martín
1989 Vacaciones de terror Julio
1989 Pánico en la montaña Pedro
1989 Había una vez una estrella Rodrigo
1990 Un corazón para dos Bernardo
1990 Trampa infernal Nacho
1991 Vacaciones de terror 2 Julio
1992 El ganador
1992 Crónica de un crimen Alex Kamper
1992 Comando de federales 2 Puma
1993 Las mil y una aventuras del metro
1993 Derecho de asilo

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1985 Juana Iris Juan Bernardo
1987 Tal como somos Valerio Cisneros
1991 Alcanzar Una Estrella II Jorge
1993 Buscando el Paraíso Julio
2009–2010 Hasta que el dinero nos separe Rafael Medina Nuñez Lead role; 231 episodes
2012 Cachito de cielo Salvador Lead role; 110 episodes
2014 Hasta el fin del mundo Salvador "Chava" Cruz Sánchez Lead role; 80 episodes
2015–2016 La Voz Kids Coach – Team Pedro Seasons 3–4

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