Francisco Pérez Camoiras was born in Madrid, Spain on June 13, 1929. He made debut as an actor with the film “Raza”, in 1942 when he was only 13. He also worked in a 1947 musical as a clown with his brother, the late Quique Camoiras [1928-2012].
Among the plays in which he acted include “El caso de la mujer asesinadita” by the Miguel Mihura, “Los Caciques” by Carlos Arniches, “Los habitantes de la casa deshabitada” by
Enrique Jardiel Poncela, “El viaje infinito de Sancho Panza” The infinite journey of Sancho Paza” by Alfonso Sastre, “Los intereses creados” (1992) by Jacinto Benavente.
Known as Paco Camoiras to his fans and friends he also appeared in five Euro-westerns.
CAMOIRAS, Francisco (aka Francisco Camoira, Paco Camoira, F. Camoiras, Frco. Camoiras, Paco Camoiras, Paquito Camoiras) (Francisco Pérez Camoiras) [6/13/1929, Madrid, Madrid, Spain - ] – film, TV actor, brother of director, writer, actor, singer Quique Camoiras [1928-2012].
The Savage Guns – 1962 (Manolo)
The Shadow of Zorro – 1962 (Sordomudo) [as Francisco Camoira]
Fistful of Knuckles - 1965 (soldier with trumpet)
The Black Wolf – 1980 (José)
Al este del Oeste – 1983 (barber)