Mario Beut | Announcer, presenter and voice actor Mario Beut dies aged 91

Radio host, TV presenter and voice actor Mario Beutwhich achieved great popularity in the 60s of the last century, died in Barcelona at 89informed his family.

Born in 1933 in Arenys de Mar (Barcelona), Mario Beut Padrós was the son of singers and actors Mariano Beut Martínez and Carme Padrós.

Beut was studying third year law and sixth year piano when he was discovered by a radio show manager Barcelona during an amateur theatrical performance, and thus began a radio career that led him to go through the microphones of this station, Cadena Ser, Radio Miramar, RNE and COPE, among others.

At the most successful time in his professional history, between 1959 and 1969, he made 14 shows a week. He has also won a host of awards, including four Ondas awards and the People’s Pueblo Newspaper Award.

From radio jumped to televisionbeing one of the pioneers of TVE presenters in entertainment programs and competitions, which brought him great popularity at the national level.

He made his debut in this medium in 1961 with the program ‘Hier nouvelles, today argent’ on TVE, which was followed by many others, such as ‘Cherche ton partner’, ‘Souriez, s’il-vais’. , ‘The longest word’, ‘Club midi’ , ‘Seen and heard’ and ‘We know Spain’.

He reached the highest levels of popularity with the program ‘L’union fait la force’ (1964), a ratings phenomenon at the time, and in 1966 he received a tribute at the Palacio Municipal de los Deportes in Barcelona, ​​which was attended by over 15,000 people.

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In addition to working on radio and television, he dubbed films and lent his voice to actors such as Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jean-Luis Trintignant, George Peppard, Tony Curtis and Sidney Poitier.

Mario Beut’s farewell ceremony will take place tomorrow at 12:00 p.m. at Les Corts funeral home in Barcelona.

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