Valderrama

Valderrama is a common Spanish last name which may refer to:

  • Carlos Valderrama (footballer), a Colombian football (soccer) player
  • Carlos Valderrama (baseball), a Venezuelan baseball player
  • Gustavo Valderrama, a Venezuelan volleyball player
  • Juan Valderrama, a Spanish singer
  • Wilmer Valderrama, a Venezuelan-American actor in That '70s Show

Valderrama may also refer to:

Places
  • Valderrama, Antique, a municipality in the Philippines
Other
  • Valderrama Golf Club in Spain.
  • Balderrama, the name of a zamba by Castilla and Leguizamón, which appears, interpreted by Mercedes Sosa, in the soundtrack of the second part of the Che film.

Other articles related to "valderrama":

CHi Ps '99 - Revivals
... picture version of the show was announced, starring Wilmer Valderrama as Ponch ... The choice of Valderrama as Ponch will not be the first time that the actor has played the character of Ponch ... In a 2002 episode of MADtv, Valderrama and fellow That '70s Show cast member Danny Masterson were featured in two parodies of CHiPs, which featured the two actors as Ponch and Baker respectively ...
Wilmer Valderrama - Career - Television and Film Career
... Valderrama got his start performing in numerous plays, including A Midsummer Night's Dream and Rumors ... Valderrama played Fez on That '70s Show from 1998–2006 he was a senior in high school when the pilot episode was filmed ... Valderrama appeared in the Los Angeles Times critic's choice play Blackout, an adaptation of the feature film Drunks, and starred opposite Anjelica Huston and Ben Kingsley in the Actors' Fund ...
Gustavo Valderrama
... Gustavo Valderrama (born July 31, 1977 in Zulia State) is a volleyball player from Venezuela, who won the gold medal with the men's national team at the 2003 Pan American Games in Santo Domingo, Dominican ... In the final Valderrama's team defeated Cuba 3-0 (25-23, 25-18, 25-20) ... Valderrama was named best digger and receiver at the 2004 Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Porto, Portugal, where Venezuela ended up in second place behind Poland ...
Carlos Valderrama - Playing Style
... Valderrama's physique was almost as peculiar as his hair, at 5'9 he was of average height, but he was exceptionally short-legged for his average height, and also had an easily noticeable "gap" between ... the short length of his legs, added to his agility, helped Valderrama in small spaces where he could use his quick feet to shield the ball from players who usually had longer legs and ... Valderrama not only had a peculiar appearance but also a peculiar technique, this being the result of having an unusual hairstyle as well as an unusual ...
Amilkar Ariza - Art Works - Sculptures
... of which is a 22 feet (6.7 m) monument to Colombian soccer player Carlos "El Pibe" Valderrama showing him in one of his most characteristic movements ... The sculpture was placed in front of Valderrama's home town, Santa Marta, northern Colombia ... Iván Rodríguez" Carlos "El Pibe" Valderrama Carlos "El Pibe" Valderrama Master Ariza creating the famous hair of Carlos "El Pibe" Valderrama "The Caddie with the Flag" "The Back ...