Eulalio “Lalo” González Ramírez, nicknamed “Piporro”, was a Mexican actor, humorist, singer-songwriter, screenwriter, announcer, film director, and film producer.
|Birth name:||Eulalio González Ramírez|
|Born:||December 16, 1921, Los Herreras, Nuevo León, Mexico|
|Died:||September 1, 2003, San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León, Mexico|
|Genres:||Norteño, corrido, ranchera|
|Associated acts:||Luis Aguilar, María Félix, Pedro Infante|
About Eulalio González
Mexican film comedic icon who became known for his role as Piporro in Ahi Viene Martin Corona. He won a Silver Goddess Award for Best Comedy Performance in 1971 for El poncho.
He studied accounting and medicine before finding work as a radio announcer.
He became also known for his starring ’60s role in Que Hombre tan sin Embargo and El Rata.
His niece is actress Cynthia Pinot.
He co-starred in La Valentina with leading lady Maria Felix .
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