Today Doodle, shown by Spain-based visitor craftsman Cinta Arribas, observes Spanish jokester, actor, director, writer, singer, and arranger Emilio Aragón Bermúdez, known affectionately by his stage name Miliki.
Among his numerous masterful achievements, Aragón featured in the Spanish youngsters’ program show “El Gran Circo de TVE” (“TVE’s Great Circus”) which is generally viewed as one of most notorious shows throughout the entire existence of Spanish TV.
Emilio Alberto Aragón Bermúdez was conceived on this day in 1929 in the town of Carmona in southwestern Spain.
The child of a jokester and an equestrian aerobatic exhibition expert, Aragón sharpened his ability for execution workmanship as a kid encompassed by performers.
Resolved to carry on the family convention, Aragón dispatched his playing profession by the age of 11, performing with his siblings at scenes like Madrid’s incredible Circo (Price Circus).
The kin moved to Cuba during the 1940s and accomplished popularity throughout the next a long time as they displayed their charming gifts over the Americas.
They discovered their way back to Spain in 1972 and the following year, they surprised Spanish TV as the hosts of the kids’ show which in the long run got known as “El Gran Circo de TVE.”
Following a gigantically fruitful decade on air, Aragón moved past his way of life as a comedian and all through the remainder of vocation investigated new undertakings as an author, TV moderator, movie producer, and recording performer—an ability which acquired him two Latin Grammy Awards.
¡Feliz cumpleaños, Miliki!