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Joaquín Cordero is a Mexican actor from Puebla, Mexico.
He was born in Puebla, Mexico, and died at 90 in Mexico City, Mexico. Being an August-born makes him a Leo.
In his early '50s, he began getting more significant roles, considering the fact that his acting career began with small roles in various films. He rose to fame as one of Mexico's most recognized actors. In addition to acting on stage, he also performed on television, participated in many telenovelas and won many honors.
He played the role of antagonist in 2005's series 'La Madrastra'. He had three children with his wife, Alma Guzman.
The net worth of Joaquin Cordero can be estimated to be between $1 million-5 million, which he made through his successful career as an actor.
It is uncertain how much Joaquin Cordero earned in a year. His primary source of income was earned through his various acting gigs.
It is uncertain how tall Joaquin Cordero was.
On August 16, 1922, he was born in Puebla. He passed away in Mexico City on February 19, 2013, at 90.
Joaquín Cordero was born in Puebla, Mexico on August 16, 1922. His parents were Don Rafael Cordero Pita and Rosario Aurrecoechea. Joaquín cordero also has a sibling named Víctor Cordero Aurrecoechea. As soon as he was born, his family moved to Mexico City. Before opting to pursue a legal profession, he attended a seminary and even considered becoming a pastor. In defiance of his family's desires, he opted to pursue acting and became an actor after three years of law school.
Joaquín Cordero married Alma Guzman. His wife died on July 18, 2012. Gabriel Cordero Guzmán, Antonio Cordero Guzmán, and David Cordero Guzmán are the names of their three children.
Joaquin Cordero is most well-known for his roles in recent telenovelas 'Destilando Amor' and 'La Madrastra'.
In 1951 Joaquín Cordero won the Silver Ariel, Ariel Awards, Mexico, in the category of Best Supporting Actor for his part in the '50s film 'Las Dos Huerfanitas'. In 1964 he won the Silver Goddess, Mexican Cinema Journalists award in the Best Actor category for his role in 1962's film 'La Risa De La Ciudad'.
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