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"My biggest challenge in making this project is that people have a good time, enjoy my work and see a different performance, they see things that surprise, it's worth paying a ticket to see an actor." (The Century Torreón) After spending several months touring with his work, in 2005, Fernando returns to television with the telenovela of Carla Estrada, Alborada, a story of time set in Mexico in the eighteenth century.
The couple in this case Fernando Lucero, sharing the stage with actors like Valentino Lanús, Daniela Romo, Mariana Garza, Luis Roberto Guzmán, Vanessa Guzman, Arturo Peniche, Iran Castillo and a long list of actors. In 2007 returns to star in a telenovela time, Passion, which is also produced by Carla Estrada.
In this novel gives life to Carlos Daniel Bracho, a man who knows that the usurper, Paulina has replaced his wife Paola is under blackmail of it.
"I liked playing him because he is quite different from me, but we seem that we are not sexist.
After this role, he spent time away from telenovelas, which he used to study acting and production. In 2003 he worked in Amor Real, a production of Carla Estrada, where he plays Manuel Fuentes Guerra, the bastard son of a rich landowner.
His next show was in 1998, La Usurpadora with Venezuelan actress Gabriela Spanic and actors he had worked before and Juan Pablo Gamboa, Chantal Andere, Alejandro Ruiz, Enrique Lizalde and Dominika Paleta, among others.In 2012, Juan Osorio would summon him to star in Porque el Amor Manda with Blanca Soto and Erick Elias and Claudia Alvarez as antagonists, debuting in the genre of telenovela a comic touch.Porque el Amor Manda is a Mexican telenovela produced by Juan Osorio, the company licensed Colombian Snail, adaptation than it was in 2011 Secretary.He appeared in other shows like "The web", "Marked time" and "All of it." He had appearances in telenovelas like Cenizas y Diamantes, Madres Egoístas and Maria Mercedes.Carla Estrada offered him a role in the soap operas Más Allá del Puente with Maria Sorté in 1993-1994.