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Chicho Ibañez Serrador

  • Chicho Ibañez Serrador © Alberto Cuéllar / EL MUNDO

    Chicho Ibañez Serrador © Alberto Cuéllar / EL MUNDO






Date of birth

Jul 4, 1935

Date of death

Jun 7, 2019

"Film and television director and scriptwriter. He created the legendary television game show ‘Un, dos, tres… responda otra vez’, known as ‘3-2-1’ in the United Kingdom."

Narciso Ibáñez Serrador was born in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1935. In 1963, he started working for Spanish Television, which soon made him famous. His first great success came with the horror stories, ‘Historias de no dormir’ (1965). He parodied censorship in the 1968 ‘Historia de la frivolidad’. Four years later, he came up with the programme-game show which made television history. ‘Un, dos, tres… responda otra vez’, which was sold to several international television companies. He is known for his prolific creation of television programmes, such as ‘Waku Waku’, ‘Hablemos del sexo’ and ‘El semáforo’. He also directed the films ‘The House that Screamed’ and ‘Island of the Damned’. He died in Madrid in 2019.


Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts (2002)
Honorary Goya Award (2019)

Highlighted works

  • Historias para no dormir
  • Un, dos, tres... responda otra vez
  • Island of the Damned
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