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Emilio Aragón Bermúdez

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Miliki
MilikiPhoto.jpg
Born
Emilio Alberto Aragón Bermúdez

4 November 1929
Died18 November 2012(2012-11-18) (aged 83)
Madrid, Spain
OccupationClown, singer
Years active1939 - 2012

Emilio Alberto Aragón Bermúdez (Spanish pronunciation: [eˈmiljo alˈβeɾto aɾaˈɣon beɾˈmuðeθ]. 4 November 1929 – 18 November 2012),[1] better known as Miliki (pronounced [miˈliki]), was a Spanish clown, accordionist and singer, he was a member of the artist family Aragón. He was declared "Son of the City of Carmona" and received the Silver Medal of that town.

He was born in Carmona (Seville), Spain, the son of the clown Emilio Aragón Foureaux, known as Emig, and nephew of Pompoff and Thedy. At a very young age he joined his brothers Gabriel (Gaby) and Alfonso (Fofó) to form the trio Gaby, Fofó and Miliki. They began working during the 1930s and held several seasons at the Circo Price in Madrid.

His mother was the horseback acrobat dancer Rocío Bermúdez (born in Carmona) and also had a younger sister, Rocío, a flamenco dancer.[2] He was the father of the famous actor, comedian, musician, filmmaker, composer, clown and entrepreneur audiovisual Emilio Aragón Álvarez, also known as Milikito.

Los payasos de la tele

After a stay in Cuba, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and Argentina, he returned to Spain in 1972 and the following year began work on the TV program El gran circo de TVE, which made the group (which became known as Los payasos de la tele, the TV clowns) a completely sociological phenomenon in Spain. Following the withdrawal of the program in 1983, he left the group and launched a new phase in his career.

Miliki and Rita Irasema

After the professional separation of the clowns, Miliki dedicated to the world of musical production (he launched the band Monano y su banda), and formed an artistic tandem with his daughter Rita Irasema. Together they recorded several albums such as La vuelta al mundo en 30 minutos (1986), El flautista de Hamelín (1987), Vamos a marcarnos una canción (1991) and ¡Superdiscoguay! (1992) or ¿Estás contento? ¡Sí señor! (1994). He also directed the film Yo quiero ser torero (1987)

With the advent of private television in Spain, he returned to television to host children's programs, with his daughter Rita. They hosted La merienda (1990-1991) and La guardería (1990-1991), both in Antena 3, and Superguay (1991-1993) in Telecinco. In 1993, they relaunched on TVE El gran circo de TVE, which lasted until 1995.

Writer

He wrote in 2008 the book La providencia under the pseudonym Emile A. Foureaux aimed at an adult audience, it tells the story of Martín, a guerrilla militant in the Cuban revolution that has to escape a hunt orchestrated by Fidel Castro in New York.

Death

On November 18, 2012, Miliki died of pneumonia, aged 83, in Madrid. He was also reported to have suffered from Parkinson's disease for the last year of his life.[3]

Discography

With Los Payasos de la Tele

  • Lo que tanto esperé (1950)
  • Gaby, Fofó, Miliki y familia en el show de las 5 (1963)
  • Pinocho (1965)
  • A sus amiguitos
  • Adelantando éxitos
  • Todos los niños del mundo son nuestros amiguitos
  • Había una vez un circo
  • Gaby, Fofó, Miliki con Fofito
  • Los más grandes éxitos
  • Susanita, Papá y Mamá, El Sombrero de Gaspar, etc
  • La familia unida
  • Había una vez un disco
  • Como me pica la nariz
  • Cantando, siempre cantando
  • El loco mundo de los payasos
  • La historia de los payasos

With Rita Irasema

  • La vuelta al mundo en 30 minutos (1986)
  • El flautista de Hamelín (1987)
  • Vamos a marcarnos una canción (1991)
  • ¡Superdiscoguay! (1992)
  • ¿Estás contento?, ¡sí señor! (1994)

Single

Studio albums

Year Title Label
1999 A Mis Niños de 30 Años Crab & Bat
2000 ¿Cómo están ustedes? Crab & Bat
2001 Navidades Animadas Crab Producciones Musicales
2002 De película Crab Producciones Musicales
2003 El Desván Mágico de Miliki Crab Producciones Musicales
2005 Las tablas de multiplicar Crab Producciones Musicales
2006 Al Cole con Miliki Crab Producciones Musicales
2009 Miliki y los cantantes ayudantes Crab Producciones Musicales

Álbumes Recopilatorios

Year Title Label
2001 Canta con Miliki Crab Producciones Musicales
2008 A Mis Niños de 40 Años Crab Producciones Musicales
2009 A todos mis niños Crab Producciones Musicales

External albums

Year Title Label
2001 Miliki te cuenta cuentos Crab Producciones Musicales
2009 Con alma de niño Everest Editoriales
2010 Pequeño planeta Vol. 1 Crab Producciones Musicales

Other

Collaborations

Song Singer
El profesor distraído Carlitos Balá
La Cuba mía Celia Cruz and Willy Chirino
Qué bien cocina mamá Siempre Así
El ratón de Susanita Fofito

Filmography[4]

  • 1948: El nieto del Zorro.
  • 1955: Tres bárbaros en un jeep.
  • 1972: Había una vez un circo.
  • 1973: Los padrinos.
  • 1982: Tompy, el conejito de trapo.
  • 1999: Trilocos (TV series).
  • 2002: Miliki presenta... Había una vez.
  • 2002: La Cuba mía.
  • 2003: El desván mágico de Miliki.
  • 2005: 90 millas, as Pancho.
  • 2008: Carlitos y el campo de los sueños, as Miliki.
  • 2010: Pájaros de papel.

Books

  • 1996: Recuerdos.
  • 2001: La máquina de los coches.
  • 2003: Juan Olores.
  • 2008: La Providencia.
  • 2009: Con alma de niño.
  • 2012: Mientras duermen los murciélagos.

Notes

References

  1. ^ "Fallece 'Miliki' a los 83 años". El País. 18 November 2012.
  2. ^ Orígenes de los Payasos de la tele
  3. ^ Familiares y amigos dan su último adiós a Emilio Aragón (in Spanish)
  4. ^ Source IMDB.com.

External links

This page was last edited on 14 November 2021, at 09:03
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