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José Martín Cuevas Cobos
(born September 28, 1969), known professionally as Pedro Fernández
, is a Mexican
The United Mexican States , commonly known as Mexico , is a federal constitutional republic in North America. It is bordered on the north by the United States; on the south and west by the Pacific Ocean; on the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea; and on the east by the Gulf of...
recording artist and actor
An actor is a person who acts in a dramatic production and who works in film, television, theatre, or radio in that capacity...
- 1979: La De La Mochila Azul
- 1989: Vicio
- 1990: Por Un Amigo Más
- 1991: Muñecos De Papel
- 1993: Lo Mucho Que Te Quiero
- 1994: Mi Forma De Sentir
- 1995: Pedro Fernández
- 1996: Deseos y Delirios
- 1997: Un Mundo Raro
- 1997: Tributo a Jose Alfredo Jimenez
- 1998: Aventurero
- 2000: Yo No Fuí
Yo No Fuí is an album by Mexican latin pop singer Pedro Fernández. It was released in 2000.-Track listing:# "Muro"# "Caprichosa"# "Yo No Fuí"# "Para Bien O Para Mal"# "Besame Morenita"# "Rosa Para Ti"# "Laberinto de Pasion"# "Sin Tu Amor"# "Hoy"...
- 2001: Mi Cariño
- 2002: De Corazón
- 2006: Escúchame
- 2008: Dime Mi Amor
- 2009: Amarte a la Antigua
Amarte a la Antigua is an album by Mexican recording artist Pedro Fernández, released by Fonovisa Records on October 20, 2009. The album received a Latin Grammy Award nomination for "Best Ranchero Album".-Track listing:-Critical reception:...
- 2010: Hasta Que el Dinero Nos Separe
- 2009: Hasta Que El Dinero Nos Separe
Hasta Que el Dinero Nos Separe is a telenovela produced by Emilio Larrosa. It is a remake of the Colombian soap opera Hasta Que la Plata Nos Separe. Hasta Que el Dinero Nos Separe stars Itatí Cantoral, Pedro Fernández, Victor Noriega, Luz Elena González and Joana Benedek...
.... Rafael Medina Núñez
- 1994: Buscando el Paraíso .... Julio
- 1991: Alcanzar una Estrella II .... Jorge
- 1990: Alcanzar una Estrella .... Jorge
- 1987: Tal Como Somos
- 1985: Juana Iris
- 1993: Derecho de Asilo
- 1993: Las Mil y Una Aventuras del Metro
- 1992: El Ganador .... Bruno
- 1992: Comando de federales II .... Puma
- 1992: Crónica de un Crimen
- 1991: Vacaciones de Terror 2 .... Julio
- 1990: Trampa Infernal .... Nacho
- 1990: Un Corazón Para Dos
- 1989: Pánico en la Montaña
- 1989: Vacaciones de Terror .... Julio
- 1989: Había una vez una estrella .... Rodrigo
- 1985: Un sábado más
Un sábado más is Mexican motion picture categorized as action and drama. The film was released in 1988.- Plot :Martin is a dirt-bike racer living in a small town who goes up against a much richer boy, Diego who can afford the best of everything, including motorbikes and repair work...
(credited as Pedrito Fernández) .... Martin
- 1984: La Niña de los Hoyitos .... Ferco
- 1984: Delincuente
Delincuente is a Mexican motion picture categorized as musical and romance film released in 1985. In this movie, the writers looked for pleasing the public of the starring couple, since the fans didn't like the idea that Lucerito died in the movie Coqueta .- Synopsis :Cecilia Suárez poses for a...
(credited as Pedrito Fernández) .... Alejandro
- 1983: Los Dos Carnales .... Pablo
- 1983: Niño Pobre, Niño Rico .... Mario
- 1983: Coqueta
Coqueta is a musical drama Mexican motion picture released in 1983.- Synopsis :It tells the story of Rocío , an optimistic adolescent, who finds true love in Pablo...
(credited as Pedrito Fernández) .... Pablo
- 1982: Como Si Fueramos Novios ... Andres
- 1982: La Mugrosita .... Andres
- 1981: La Niña de la Mochila Azul 2 .... Raul
- 1981: Alla en la Plaza Garibaldi (credited as Pedrito Fernández) .... Julio
- 1980: Mamá Solita (credited as Pedrito Fernández)
- 1980: El oreja rajada (credited as Pedrito Fernandez) .... Julian
- 1980: Amigo
Amigo is a 2010 American drama film written and directed by John Sayles. The film takes place in the Philippines in 1900 during the Philippine–American War...
- 1979: La Niña de la Mochila Azul (credited as Pedrito Fernandez) .... Raul