José María Coronado García was born in Madrid, Spain on August 14, 1957. The son to a well-off family from chamberi. He started studies in Medicine and later Law, but dropped out, accepting an offer to appear in a whiskey commercial shot in Menorca. Before joining the acting school of Cristina Rota, Coronado worked as model, choreographer, also opening a restaurant. Following his acting courses, he landed a small role in the stage play “El publicio,” in 1987 in Madrid. His debut in a feature film came with a performance in “Waka Waka”.
He won several awards for his performance as the lead actor in the 2011 film "No habra paz para los malvados", including a Goya, a Sant Jordi Awaer and a Fotogramas de Plata award.
CORONADO, José (José María Coronado García) [8/14/1957, Madrid, Madrid, Spain - ] – film, TV actor, singer, married to actress Paola Dominguín (Paola Bosé) [1960- ] (1987-1989) father of actor Nicolás Coronado [1988- ].
The Return of El Coyote – 1997 (El Coyote)
Don César de Echagüe (TV) – 1997 (El Coyote)
El tribunal del Coyote (TV) – 1997 (El Coyote)