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Antonio Molina

  • Antonio Molina © EFE

    Antonio Molina © EFE



Flamenco, Music



Date of birth

Mar 9, 1928

Date of death

Mar 18, 1992

" Actor and copla and flamenco singer. Known for his particular timbre of voice, he enjoyed widespread popularity thanks to his work in numerous theatrical shows, and his several film roles."

He was born in Malaga in 1928 into a family of humble origins. He did his military service in Madrid, while training with Maestro Legaza. He entered a competition organised by Radio Madrid and won first prize. This event marked the start of his recording career and he embarked on a series of tours around Spain. He made his theatre debut in the Gran Teatro in Cordoba, and staged his own show, 'Hechizo' (1954), in the Calderón theatre in Madrid, before taking it on tour around Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Mexico and various European countries. He starred in various films including particularly 'El pescador de coplas', 'Esa voz es una mina', 'La hija de Juan Simón' and 'El Cristo de los faroles'. He died in March 1992.


Platinum disk in recognition of his artistic career (1990)

Highlighted works

  • Soy minero
  • El Cristo de los Faroles
  • Cocinero, cocinero
  • Piedad
  • Dos cruces

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