Dancer was born in Madrid in 1942, whose real name is Eduardo Serrano Iglesias, but in the art world, Spanish is better known as "El Güito".
He studied with Antonio Marín, and made his debut in 1957 with the company of Pilar López, which premiered the piece entitled "Aragón" Suite Española (1956) of Pilar López Ballet. It arose in different rooms of fiestas and Spanish tablaos, as well as the Maxims of Lisbon and nice Municipal Casino. In 1971, he formed together with Carmen Mora and Mario Maya the Trio Madrid, which remained until 1975. He was guest artist of the Spanish Ballet of Madrid and the Spanish National Ballet, and participated in the II Summit Flamenco in Madrid (1985) and in the show "Flamenco Puro", presented in New York (1986). Its latest creations include Madrid Jondo (1995) and pure Flamenco (1999). He was awarded the prize Sarah Bernard in Paris (1959).