Camilo Sesto - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Camilo Sesto’s height is 6ft (1.83 m)

Camilo Sesto is the stage name of Camilo Blanes Cortés (born 16 September 1946). He is one of the most famous singers from Spain. He is also a songwriter, a music producer and composer of romantic pop and rock ballads in the Latino genre. Sesto sang in two pop bands during the 1960s and won a contest in a Madrid TV show. He played a part in the Spanish filming of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Later, he teamed up with singer and producer Juan Pardo, but success would come on its own accord, with his own music works.

First Name: Camilo
Last Name: Sesto
Birth Full Name: Camilo Blanes Cortés
Other Names: Camilo Sexto
Born: 16 September, 1946
Birthplace: Alcoy, Alicante, Spain
Height: 6ft (1.83 m)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown – Light
Astrological Sign: Virgo
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: Spanish
Occupation: Singer-songwriter
Genre: Latin pop
Latin ballad
Official Websites:
siemprecamilosesto.com
Father: Eliseo Blanes
Mother: Joaquina Cortés
Sister(s): Consuelo Blanes
Favorite Colors: Blue
Filmography: Las vacaciones del amor (1981), La playa del amor (1980), The Disco of Love (1980), Hamelín (1969), Los chicos del Preu (1967), La playa del amor (1980), The Disco of Love (1980), Ochéntame… otra vez (2014), Wild at Heart (2013, TV Show), ¿Donde estabas tú en los 70? (2012), The One (2011, TV Show), Tu cara me suena (2011, TV Show), Menuda és la nit (2010), 50 años de (2009, TV Show), Rated R (2008), Rosario y amigos (2008, TV Movie), Menuda noche (2008), Banda sonora (2007, TV Show), Memòries de la tele (2007, TV Show), La tele de tu vida (2007, TV Show), Cándida (2006), Scandalous (2006), Las 100 mejores canciones del Pop-Rock español de Rolling Stone (2006, TV Movie), A Love to Keep (2006, TV Movie), Coro de la cárcel, El (2006, TV Show), Killer Women (2005, TV Show), Locas de amor (2004, TV Show), Nuestra mejor canción (2004, TV Movie), Bitter Kas (2004, Short Film), Operación triunfo (2001, TV Show), El grito en el cielo (1998), Megacities (1998), Querida mamá (1982, TV Show), Los éxitos del amor (1979), Festival de la canción OTI (1972, TV Show), Mosaico de canciones (1972), Torres y Reyes (2013), ¡Qué tiempo tan feliz! (2010, TV Show), En antena (2006, TV Show), La tierra de las 1000 músicas (2005, TV Show), Las cerezas (2004, TV Show), El show de Flo (2002, TV Show), XVI premios Goya (2002, TV Show), A plena luz (2002, TV Show), Noche y día (2001, TV Show), Ahora (2000, TV Show), Gala Únicas (2000), Sabor a tí (1998, TV Show), La noche abierta (1998, TV Show), Tómbola (1997, TV Show), Risas y estrellas (1997, TV Show), Hola, hola, hola (1997, TV Show), Hoy es posible (1997), Caiga quien caiga (1996, TV Show), De pe a pa (1995, TV Show), Cine de barrio (1995, TV Show), Luar (1992, TV Show), Primero izquierda (1991, TV Show), Mundo del espectáculo, El (1987, TV Show), Entre amigos (1985, TV Show), Especial Nochevieja 1983: Viva 84 (1983, TV Movie), Especial Nochevieja 1980: Feliz 1981 (1981, TV Movie), Aplauso (1978, TV Show), Especial Nochevieja 1976 (1976, TV Movie), Especial Nochevieja 1975 (1975, TV Movie), ¡Señoras y señores! (1973, TV Show), Especial Nochevieja 1972 (1973, TV Movie), Un, dos, tres… responda otra vez (1972, TV Show), Festival de la canción OTI (1972, TV Show), Mosaico de canciones (1972), Tarde para todos (1972, TV Show), Festival Internacional de la Canción de Viña del Mar (1963, TV Show)

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