Famous People Named Fernando
Take a look at famous people named Fernand, such as Fernando Valenzuela, Fernando Botero, and Fernando Bujones.
Director, Journalist, Playwright, Poet / 1932 -Fernando Arrabal is a Spanish French Absurdist playwright, novelist, and filmmaker whose early plays brought him to the attention of the French avant-garde.
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profile name: Fernando Botero profile occupation: Painter, Sculptor
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profile name: Fernando Valenzuela profile occupation: Baseball Player
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profile name: Fernando Bujones profile occupation: Ballet Dancer
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profile name: Fernando Arrabal profile occupation: Director, Journalist, Playwright, Poet
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