Fernando Luján

Fernando Luján
Born Fernando Ciangherotti Díaz
(1938-08-23) August 23, 1938
Mexico City, Mexico
Occupation Actor
Years active 1952-present
Spouse(s) Martha Mariana Castro
Children 10

Fernando Luján (born Fernando Ciangherotti Díaz on August 23, 1938) is an actor, born in Mexico City, Mexico. His father; Alejandro Ciangherotti, brother Alejandro Ciangherotti Jr., wife Martha Mariana Castro, son Fernando Ciangherotti and daughter Vanessa Ciangherotti are also actors. He is not related to actress Daniela Luján.


He is the son of Alejandro Ciangherotti I and Mercedes Soler, the youngest of the famous Soler family. His late brother, Alejandro Ciangherotti, ex-wife, Adriana Parra, wife Martha Mariana Castro, children Fernando, Vanessa, Canek, Franco Paolo,[1] granddaughter and son-in-law Vaita and Roberto Sosa, nephews Alejandro III, Alexis and Alan are also actors in Azteca, except his daughter, Cassandra,[2] who works for the rival company, Televisa.

He has 10 children; 5 daughters and 5 sons.

Una vuelta al corazón

In 2009, his wife and daughter, Martha Mariana and Vanessa, produced a trilogy of the family in celebrating the ninth anniversary of Lo que callamos las mujeres, starring his children, nephews and granddaughter, where Vanessa and Fernando Ciangherotti serve as the director.

Acting career

He started his acting career as a child in the Cinema of Mexico credited as Fernando Ciangherotti, but changed his stage name to Fernando Luján a few years later. After appearing in more than eight films, mostly light comedies, he obtained a role in the telenovela Cuatro en la trampa at age twenty-three. The next eighteen years, he alternated his film career with television, culminating with the worldwide famous production Los ricos también lloran. The next twelve years, he did not participate in telenovelas and only starred in four films. He returned to television with Vida robada and Cadenas de amargura in 1991.

After participating in three other telenovelas for Televisa in the next five years, he signed a contract with TV Azteca to co-star with Angélica Aragón in the second telenovela of that new network titled Mirada de mujer. This telenovela was a success and would produce a sequel six years later. After Mirada de mujer, he obtained significant roles in film, especially as the star of the film-version of Gabriel García Márquez's book No One Writes to the Colonel in 1999 (El coronel no tiene quien le escriba). His performance in this film was qualified as "remarkable" by The New York Times. In 2005, he received the Ariel Award by the Mexican Academy of Film in honoring his career and contributions to film.





  • Sólo para ti (1966) as Juan Negro
  • El falso heredero (1966)
  • Acapulco a go-go (1966)
  • Lanza tus penas al viento (1966)
  • Novias impacientes (1966)
  • Un novio para dos hermanas (1966)
  • Viento negro (1965) as Ingeniero Julio
  • Fiebre de juventud (1965)
  • Juventud sin ley (1965)
  • Que haremos con papá? (1965)
  • Los perversos a go go (1965)
  • Amor y sexo (1964) as Gallina, interno
  • El gángster (1964)
  • Neutrón contra los asesinos del karate (1964)
  • El pueblo fantasma (1963)
  • La sombra de los hijos (1963)
  • Dile que la quiero (1963)
  • El cielo y la tierra (1962)
  • Jóvenes y bellas (1961)
  • Juventud rebelde (1961)
  • Vacaciones en Acapulco (1960)
  • Dangers of Youth (1960)
  • La sombra en defensa de la juventud (1959)
  • La edad de la tentación (1958)
  • El mil amores (1954) as Ricardo Rodríguez
  • La segunda mujer (1952)
  • La cobarde (1952)


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