The Antena 3 channel's Pasapalabra program has a new cast of guest characters. To the rhythm of the baton of the presenter Roberto Leal, four new celebrities have joined: Javier Coronas, Lucía Jiménez, Angy Fernández and Raúl Cimas.
Gone are the times of Rafa Castaño, winner of the jackpot, and also of Orestes Barbero in this program. They marked an unrepeatable period in the history of television in Spain.
Javier Coronas (Barcelona, 1969) began collaborating at a very young age in the Barcelona media. However, his first great recognition as a television comedian would come with Que viene el lobo with Luis Larrodera in 1997 in Zaragoza.
Four years later, Coronas signed for Canal's Lo Plus space, where his popularity grew among the general public of television in Spain.
Thus, for two seasons (2003-2005) Javier Coronas had his own program on the private channel under the title Te Vale XXXL.
The premiere of the Cuatro chain made him one of the fixed stars of the private chain. Thus he presented the reality show Los 4 de Cuatro, Fame loses us, I am the one who knows the most about television in the world, Noche Hache and These are not the news, among other programs.
In recent years, together with Alaska, he also formed the team of presenters for the Alaska y Coronas program on TVE. In addition to the Movistar Ilustres Ignorantes space, which has to its credit more than 400 broadcasts and 16 seasons on the grid.
Coronas has also written two books: Don't tell me stories and Post Mortem Interviews. In addition, she has had some minor roles in series such as Coconut Museum or Married with children.
During the Pasapalabra program on Tuesday, Javier Conoras applied to replace Roberto as presenter. It was before El Rosco and when he was talking about the program he presents with Javier Cansado and Pepe Colubi. "In comparison, in Pasapalabra all the responsibility falls on a single driver," said the comedian.
However, Coronas also sent a message to those responsible for Antena 3 to take charge of the contest: "The easiest thing to do on television," the comedian declared with great irony.
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