Who was Juan Joya Borja (El Risitas)?
Juan Joya Borja – El Risitas was a spanish comedian, who was born on 5 April 1956. He was a Spanish comedian and actor known by the stage name El Risitas. He gained widespread popularity in 2015 thanks to a series of memes based on a television interview from June 2007 on Jesús Quintero’s show Ratones coloraos.
Juan Joya Borja – El Risitas Biography
|Real/Full Name||Juan Joya Borja|
|Famous As||El Risitas|
|Height||170 cm (5 ft 7 in)|
|Famous For||famous because of his laughing|
|Age(as in 2021)||65 Years|
|Date Of Birth/Birthday||5th April 1956, in Seville, Andalusia, Spain|
|Mother Tongue||Not Known|
|Birth Place||Seville, Spain|
|Marital Status||Not Known|
He had a number of jobs throughout his life, including cooking and unloading sacks of cement. His first appearance on television was in 2000, on Jesús Quintero’s show El Vagamundo, where he interviewed on various life situations with his partner “El Peíto” or “el Cuñao”, in a comedic tone.
He became recognizable for his high-pitched, wheezing laugh (described in The Guardian as like a “dolphin with a 20-a-day habit”), which led to his nickname “El Risitas” (“Mr Giggles” in English).
When he became known internationally around 2015 he also performed for companies outside of Spain, for example in a Finnish commercial.
Juan Joya Borja – El Risitas Wikipedia
was born on 5th April in Seville. He did his first work on television was in the year 2000 with “el Cuñao” and “El Peíto”. His nickname meaning is Giggles. He was a Spanish comedian guy whose video viral in 2014. He died on Wednesday according to sources of news. the cause of death is health issues. He holds an American nationality and was a Spanish Comedian Actor.
Juan Joya Borja – El Risitas death
In September 2020, he was admitted to the Hospital de la Caridad in Seville, where he underwent an intervention for a vascular problem and had to amputate his leg.
On the noon of 28 April 2021, Joya was transferred from the Hospital de la Caridad to the Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocío, after a sudden relapse of his illness. He died from complications from his illness later that afternoon at the age of 65.
- 2005: Torrente 3: El protector
- 2000–2002: El Vagamundo, Canal 2 Andalucía
- 2002–2005: Ratones Coloraos, Canal Sur Televisión
- 2005–2012: El loco de la colina, El Gatopardo
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