The first Hispanic clown that opened many frontiers by producing children's music for all ages, his name is Oliver, and he has been recognized by the industry of television and radio in Arizona by being one of the best clowns in town. At present his image is expanding at an international level, by coming out on 'Notimex' and in 'Antena Musical' magazine. Three years ago Oliver started a club for kids called 'El club de Oliver', where he congratulates them on their birthday, and kids write letters to Oliver through a magazine named 'TV y más', based in Phoenix. Oliver has accepted into his club approximately 5000 members. Boys and girls around the Valley, are very happy to write him letters and become members of his club. Oliver, the character, was born 22 years ago in Mexico City, in the early 80's, where he learned pantomime and started as a mime. Popular actors among them Charles Chaplin and Laurel and Hardy inspired him. He was involved in workshops in one of the most popular theaters in Mexico City, the 'Teatro de Bellas Artes', between others. At the beginning of his career, he performed as a mime and worked conducting special events in different schools. His transformation from mime to clown happened when he moved to Arizona. Hispanics and members of other cultures have come to like what Oliver has been doing as a clown, simply because he is different from any other clown in Phoenix. In 1987, he auditioned for the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey circus. This audition got him recognition on an issue of the Arizona Republic. Oliver did and does a lot of things such as pantomime, corporal expression, contemporary dance, juggling, and many more for all ages. Oliver's show is all about forgetting border issues, and language barriers.