Born in Bilbao of English mother and Basque father, at the age of 18 Tania Llasera packed her bags for England, where she studied fine arts, journalism, and communications. There she started her professional career behind the cameras, not knowing the spotlight was where she belonged. When she returned to Spain, she found her place at a music channel where she could give free rein to her creativity.
No disparen al pianista was her leap to public television. Later, she worked as a chatty reporter for La Sexta and Cuatro. Fama V taught her a few dance steps, and after lots of cramps, she got back on her feet to present the programs Mira quién mira, Resistiré and Vuélveme loca, all of them for Telecinco. She appears on Cadena Dial’s Atrévete with a weekly show on sex.