Spanish actor Cesáreo Estébanez died at his home in Alcalá de Guadaira, Seville, Spain on December 30, 2018. He was 77 years-old. Born Cesáreo Estébanez Bueno in Palazuelo de Vedija, Valladolid, Castilla y León, Spain in 1941, the actor was famous among other roles for playing Sergeant Romerales in Farmacia de guardia, whose hoarse voice was very popular, lived in Alcalá for more than twenty years. Estébanez had a long professional career, with roles in films and series such as Estudio 1, La forja de un rebelde, Menudo es mi padre, Turno de oficio: diez años después, Médico de familia, Siete vidas, Periodistas, Manolito Gafotas, Hospital Central, Los hombres de Paco, Herederos and Escenas de matrimonio". Estébanez. He appeared in two Euro-westerns: “The Return of El Coyote” – 1998 (drunk) and
“800 Bullets” - 2002 (Andrés).