Carlos Villagran


Carlos Villagran was born in Mexico City, Mexico on January 12th, 1944 and is the Comedian. At the age of 80, Carlos Villagran biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 12, 1944
Place of Birth
Mexico City, Mexico
80 years old
Zodiac Sign
$10 Million
Film Actor, Television Actor
Carlos Villagran Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

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Hair Color
Dark brown
Eye Color
Dark brown
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Carlos Villagran Life

Carlos Villagrán Eslava (born 12 January 1944) is a Mexican actor, comedian, and former journalist best known for his appearances in El Chavo del Ocho and Televisa's Ah cabellos!'

Personal life

Villagrán has three sons and three daughters.


Carlos Villagran Career

Life and career

He worked as a newspaper reporter for Mexico City. Rubén Aguirre, a screenwriter and prospective co-star, became a writer and co-star. In the then-upcoming El Chavo del Ocho Televisa television series, Aguirre was recruited by Chespirito (Roberto Gómez Bolaos) to play Professor Jirafales. Aguirre held a party for relatives and friends at his house, and Villagrán impressed him by expanding his cheeks out of proportion during one of the party's comedic steps. As a matter of fact, that movement would later become a part of the character he'd portray in El Chavo.

Villagrán was recommended to Chespirito by Aguirre, and Villagrán was given the Quico voice in the film. He appeared on El Chapuln Colorado, Chespirito's other hit show. Both of Chespirito's shows became international hits all over Iberoamerica, Spain, the United States, and other nations. Villagrán also gained a following with these shows.

Villagrán appeared on television in 1978, mainly because he and Chespirito were embroiled in a court contest over the rights of the Quico character. Ramón Valdés performed at the same time as well as Ramón Valdés. Both productions came to an end, although re-runs are also seen in many countries around the world.

Villagrán moved to Venezuela, where he appeared in various Radio Caracas Televisión shows El nio de papel (1981), Federico (1982), and El circo de monsieur Cachetón (1985). As Chespirito's factories had been established in Mexico, they were not profitable. When Teley recruited him to produce the short-lived television show Ah que Kiko!, he and Valdés were reunited in Mexico. In the new version, Chespirito was unable to stop the name Kiko, with its different spelling, from being used. The performance was on point until Valdés died of stomach cancer in 1988. Don Cejudo, a local comic, was brought in for a short time for a brief period of time, but the chemistry was not right, so the show was soon to be taken off the air.

Villagrán, like many of his co-stars in the Chespirito series, went on to pursue a circus career, performing with his El circo de Kiko.

Villagrán did what his buddy Aguirre had done before, transferring to Argentina, where Chespirito had no rights over the Quico character and playing his old character there.

Villagrán and Chespiriton reconciled their differences in 2000, after an El Chavo del Ocho special reunited all the actors from the series (except Ramón Valdés, Angelines Fernández, Ral Padilla, Horacio Gómez Bolaos, and Ana Lilian de la Macorra, who was not present), who later reconciled their differences (except Ramón Valdés, Fernández

Ademar, the school's director and antagonist of the film, is the producer of the Brazilian film "Como se Tornar o Pior Aluno da Escola," which was literally translated: "How to be the worst student in the academy" in 2017. It was based on Danilo Gentili's eponymous book.