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Jesús Vázquez Martínez
Born Jesús Vázquez Martínez
9 September 1965 (1965-09-09) (age 44)
Ferrol, Galicia, Spain
Other name(s) Jesús Vázquez
Occupation Television presenter, model
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Jesús Vázquez Martínez was born on 9 September 1965 in the City and Naval Station of El Ferrol, in Galicia, North-western Spain. He is one of the best known television presenters in Spain.

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Biography

As a child in Ferrol he did his first and middle school years at The London Institute and his Baccalaureate at Montefaro School receiving a first class private education like many other local upper middle class children. To complete his education after having completed successfully his A-levels, he travelled to Melilla, attracted to the exoticness of this Spanish province in northern Africa, where he joined as an undergraduate at the local Veterinary School starting his studies to become a University Graduate though before he could even complete his studies he was driven to Madrid attracted by the numerous opportunities which the Spanish capital had in offer, back in the 1980s for a young man talented in the performing arts. It was at this time when his meteoric success as a model and later television presenter started. In November 2005 he married Roberto Cortes. [1]

National career as a television presenter in Spain

  • La quinta marcha (1990-1991) in Telecinco.
  • Hablando se entiende la basca (1991-1993) in Telecinco.
  • Desde Palma con amor (1992) in Telecinco with Concha Velasco.
  • La Ruleta de la Suerte (1993-1994) in Telecinco.
  • Manos a la obra (1998) in Antena 3.
  • Gente con chispa (1999-2000) in TV Autonómicas.
  • De qué hablan las Mujeres (2000) Antena 3TV (just one edition)
  • La central (2000) in Antena 3.
  • ¿De qué hablan las mujeres? (2000) in Antena 3.
  • Ésta es mi gente (2001-2002) in Telemadrid.
  • Popstars (2002) in Telecinco.
  • Gran Hermano (2002-2003) in Telecinco.
  • Hotel Glamour (2003) in Telecinco.
  • Nadie es perfecto (2003) en Telecinco.
  • Vivo cantando (2003) in Telecinco.
  • Gran Hermano VIP: El desafío (2004-2005) in Telecinco.
  • ¡Allá tú! (2004- ) in Telecinco.
  • Operación triunfo (2005-2006, 2008) in Telecinco.
  • Supervivientes (2006- ) in Telecinco.
  • 100th episode of Yo soy Bea (2006) in Telecinco.
  • Nadie es perfecto (2007- ) in Telecinco.

Showbiz industry awards in Spain

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Ondas award

ATV awards

Year Category Program Outcome
2005 Comunicador de Programas de Entretenimiento Operación triunfo and ¡Allá tú! Nominated
2004 Comunicador de Programas de Entretenimiento ¡Allá tú! Nominated

Gold TP

Year Category Program Outcome
2006 Presentador de Variedades y Espectáculos Operación triunfo and ¡Allá tú! Winner
2005 Presentador de Programas de Entretenimiento Operación triunfo and ¡Allá tú! Winner
2004 Presentador de Programas de Entretenimiento ¡Allá tú! Winner
1991 Presentador La quinta marcha and Hablando se entiende la basca Nominated

References

  1. ^ El Mundo:Jesús Vázquez se casa con su novio Roberto (spain)

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