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Lorena Berdún (born 11 December 1973 in Madrid) is a Spanish psychologist, television presenter and actress. She studied psychology in Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and has branched out into the area of sexology, graduating from the University of La Laguna in Tenerife. She is one of Spain's most prominent sexologists due to her appearances on radio and television, giving sexual advice and talking about sexual education.
Berdún worked as a volunteer with Juan Pablo Hernández in a sexual advice centre that organized lectures for high schools and the local media. She later worked for the popular Spanish radio station, Los 40 Principales on the program "En tu casa o en la mía" from (1998-2002). For the Los 40 Principales radio show, Berdún provided sexual advice to listeners seeking help for their sexual problems and the four years on the program led to greater fame.
The sexologist has also hosted several other programs, such as the radio shows, "Me lo dices o me lo cuentas" (2002-2004) and "Dos rombos" (2004-2005), as well as presentations on the television channels, Telemadrid, ETB 2 and Canal Cosmopolitan.
In autumn 2006, she appeared as a consultant sexologist on the Italian TV programs, Crozza Italia and Crozza Alive, both broadcast on the private channel, La7.
In April 2008, Berdún debuted on Spanish public television as the host of Balas de Plata, a weekly interview program.