Enrique Almada

Part of "Telecataplúm" cast, from left to right: Enrique Almada, Eduardo D'Angelo, Raimundo Soto, Ricardo Espalter and Emilio Vidal.
This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Almada and the second or maternal family name is Cavo.

Enrique Milton Almada Cavo (Montevideo, 15 July 1934 - 29 April 1990), also known as Quique Almada, was a Uruguayan actor and comedian.[1]

In the 1960s he started a long career on television. Together with a notable group of Uruguayan humorists (Eduardo D'Angelo, Ricardo Espalter, Julio Frade, Raimundo Soto), he was part of several successful humor programs: Telecataplúm (1962), Jaujarana (1969-1972), Hupumorpo (1974-1977), Comicolor (1980-1984), Híperhumor (1984-1989), Decalegrón (1977-2002).

In 1990 he died of cancer. The Uruguayan Senate held a solemn session in his honor.[2]


This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Spanish Wikipedia.

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