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Gifted with a deep, raspy baritone vocal range, Spanish actor and singer Manuel Otero Aparicio was born on June 25, 1942, in Madrid, Spain. The son of baritone opera singer Manuel Otero and actress Amelia Aparicio, he began his music career in 1968, introducing singles like "Nuestro Pueblo" and "¿Dónde Vas?" to the world. However, his international fame did not solidify until 1974, when he released the song "Todo el Tiempo del Mundo," a Spanish cover of the Christmas song "When a Child Is Born" that stayed atop the charts for 18 weeks. Throughout the 1970s, Manolo Otero delivered a string of popular hit singles such as "¿Qué He de Hacer Para Olvidarte?" (1975) and "Bella Mujer" (1976), two romantic ballads that would eventually become some of the most beloved songs in his catalog. Simultaneously, he ventured into an acting career, showcasing his talent in films like El Libro del Buen Amor II, The film also featured his song, "Canción del Buen Amor." During the 1980s, Manolo Otero's discography expanded with a series of successful albums: Cantando (1982), Septiembre (1983), and Super Romántico (1988). Concurrently, he continued to evolve his acting career, with performances in both theatre and film. In 1991, Manolo Otero relocated to Brazil and sustained his artistic career. His work received several awards, including gold and platinum records. Manolo Otero passed away from liver cancer on June 1, 2011, in São Paulo, Brazil, at the age of 68.