Blaki was born Francisco Javier Martín in San Sebastián, Guipúzcoa, País Vasco, Spain on November 30, 1933. He’s known as the Spanish Marty Feldman, for his physical resemblance to the British actor. While still very young he moved to Paris, where he began working in comedy shows within the genre of the music hall. In 1960 he returned to Spain and was contacted by radio host Bobby Deglané, and accompanies their first programs in Madrid's Voice Radio and later in other Spanish cities. Finally channeling his career towards acting, first in theater and television and eventually film.
Blaki participate in dozens of movies, especially comedies like “Buenos días, condesita” (1967) by Luis César Amadori, “Las 4 bodas de Marisol” (1967) by Luis Lucia, “El astronauta (1970) by Javier Aguirre, “Viaje al centro de la tierra” (1976) by Juan Piquer Simon, “Eva, limpia como los chorros del oro” (1977) by Joseph Truchado , “La guerra de los niños” (1980) by Javier Aguirre, “...Y al tercer año, resucitó” (1980) by Rafael Gil “El liguero mágico” (1980) by Mariano Ozores, “Revenge of the Black Wolf” (1981) by Rafael Romero Marchent, “Aquí, el que no corre... vuela (1992) by Ramon Fernandez, “Sons of Trinity” by Enzo Barboni and “Muerte en Granada” (1997) by Mark Zurinaga.
On television he has appeared on series like ‘Cronicas de un pueblo’ (1971) by Antonio Mercer, in the role of Secretary of Ayuntamiento Estudio 1 ‘Los pajaritos’ (1974) by Antonio Mercer, ‘Un, dos, tres... responda otra vez’ (1977-1978), playing Don Justo Rajatabla, one of the popular tacañones, ‘Tacañones, Sumarísimo’ (1978-1979), by Valerio Lazarov ‘Antología de la zarzuela’ (1979) by Fernando García de la Vega , as well as a small role in ‘La cabina’ (1972) by Antonio Mercer.
His last appearances was in the TV series ‘¡Qué grande es el teatro!’ in 2000.
Revenge of the Black Wolf – 1981
Sons of Trinity – 1994 (doctor)