The comedian Carlos Vílchez, a member of the cast of JB in ATV, offered an interview to the Sunday program Día D, where he recalled his beginnings before reaching television and those who accompanied him on that path.
He showed his old house that is located in Cercado de Lima. There, he referred to his seven siblings and some anecdotes from his childhood.
“I who would have been a moth, assailant. I don’t know where I would be, I have to thank my mother … so that I can tell her after 15 years that she doesn’t have to work anymore, “he said.
At one point in the conversation, he was moved to remember his father, who passed away in 1993, before he could achieve fame on national television.
“I miss my dad, I miss my brother; Every time I talk about my dad and my brother, I get excited because my dad couldn’t see my career, my dad passed away in 93 ″, lamented the comedian.
He also referred to the years he lived when he worked supporting comic stars such as Adolfo Chuiman, ‘Betito’, Carlos Álvarez, ‘Felpudini’ and ‘Machucao’ Y Jorge Benavides. “I was the opening act, not the one who came out first, but the one who pulled the curtain for all the figures … Pure stars,” he said.
In addition, he revealed that he was an altar boy in the churches of his neighborhood and attended 6 masses with the intention of taking some money home. Now, he works at ATV and as an announcer on Panamericana radio.
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