Museo Coconut - Netflix
Museo Coconut is a Spanish TV sitcom which is aired in Neox since November 1, 2010. The series revolves around the situations that happen in Coconut Museum, a museum of contemporary art. Jaime Walter (Raúl Cimas) becomes its new director, after failing as head of the MOMA in New York and in his love life. On arrival, he must deal with both the owner of the museum, Mrs. Coconut (Carlos Areces), and with their employees.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Museo Coconut - Joaquín Reyes (actor) - Netflix
Joaquín Reyes Cano (born 16 August 1974 in Albacete, Castile-La Mancha, Spain) is a Spanish actor, draftsman and comedian. He currently manages the humorist sitcom Museo Coconut at Neox, a TDT channel of Antena 3, playing the role of Onofre. He previously worked on the Televisión Española program Muchachada Nui, La Hora Chanante in La 2, Fibrilando and Camera Café (Telecinco); and collaborates for the radio program No Somos Nadie (M80). Reyes studied Fine Arts at the University of Castile-La Mancha and he has worked as an illustrator for publications like “El barco de vapor” or Zumo de lluvia, by Teresa Broseta.
In 2002, he joined Ernesto Sevilla, Pablo Chiapella and Raúl Cimas, the so-called “Trío de Albacete” (“Albacete's Trio”, they were all from that province) for the Paramount Comedy program La Hora Chanante.
In 2017 Reyes enjoyed a Netflix special, Joaquín Reyes Una y No Mas, which served to introduce him to American publics.
Museo Coconut - Television - Netflix
Cero en Historia (2017-), #0 Muchachada Nui (2007-), La 2 Camera Café (2005-), Richard, Telecinco La Hora Chanante (2002–2006), Paramount Comedy A Pelo (2006–2007), La Sexta Nuevos Cómicos (2001), Paramount Comedy ¡Salvemos Eurovisión! (2008), La 1 Planeta Finito en Escocia (2007), La Sexta Lo + Plus (2004–2005), Roberto Picazo, Canal+ Smonka! (2005), Onofre, Paramount Comedy Noche sin tregua (2004–2006), Roberto Picazo, Paramount Comedy Miradas 2 (2007), TVE Cámara Abierta 2.0 (2007), TVE Informe Semanal (2007), TVE Silenci? (2006), TV3
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