Víctor Hugo Morales

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Víctor Hugo Morales was born on December 26, 1948 in Cardona, Soriano, Uruguay as Víctor Hugo Morales Pérez. He is an actor, known for Pájaros volando (2010), Historias Breves 4 (2004) and 18-j (2004). See full bio »

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Known For

Pájaros volando Presentador
18-j Locutor (Episodio "Mitzvah")


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 2012 Lila (Short)
 2011 Recordando el show de Alejandro Molina (TV Mini Series)
Dr. Washington Tacuarembó
- El símbolo y la cosa (2011) ... Dr. Washington Tacuarembó
 2010 Pájaros volando
 2004 El disfraz (TV Movie)
 2004 18-j
Locutor (Episodio "Mitzvah")
 1999 La Argentina de Tato (TV Series)
Julio Sosa
- Episode #1.4 (1999) ... Julio Sosa
 1997 R.R.D.T (TV Series)
Víctor Hugo Morales
- Episode #1.1 (1997) ... Víctor Hugo Morales
 1988 Fútbol por Julio Lavallén (Short) (voice)
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Alternate Names:

Victor Hugo

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Regarded as one of the best football commentators in the Spanish-speaking world. Called Diego Maradona's second goal in the 1986 World Cup quarter-finals against England.

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