Spanish-German actor Daniel Brühl began his career with the soap Verbotene Liebe. Raised trilingual, he is now fluent in six languages. Hollywood knows him best as Fredrick Zoller from Inglourious Basterds, while he first made waves with the German film Good Bye, Lenin! He later co-owned two bars.
Pedro Almodovar is a Spanish screenwriter, filmmaker, and former actor. Regarded as one of the most successful Spanish filmmakers of all time, Almodovar has two Academy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and five British Academy Film Awards under his belt. His films are characterized by complex narratives, irreverent humor, and great music.
Christina Ochoa is a Spanish actress best known for her portrayal of Grace D'Argento in the American science fiction series, Blood Drive. Ochoa is credited with founding QE Productions, which produced the critically acclaimed short film, Stay with Me. Also a science communicator, Christina Ochoa has been the host of many scientific shows and conferences.
Álex Pina is a Spanish TV personality, writer, producer, director, and series creator. He is best known for creating one of the most popular heist crime drama series of all time, Money Heist. In 2019, Pina was named in The Hollywood Reporter magazine's Top International Showrunners of the Year list.
Jaume Collet-Serra is a Spanish-American filmmaker best known for directing horror films like House of Wax, The Shallows, and Orphan. He is also known for his association with Liam Neeson, who has played important roles in many of Collet-Serra's films like Unknown, Run All Night, and The Commuter.
Ivan Sanchez is a Spanish actor, film producer, and model. Apart from playing important roles in Spanish films and TV series, Sánchez has also appeared in popular Mexican telenovelas like La tempestad and Lo imperdonable. Ivan Sanchez has also appeared in several short films.
Torbe is a Spanish actor, producer, director, and businessman. He is known for his association with the online porn industry and has even appeared in several porn films. His success in the porn industry earned him opportunities to appear in mainstream films like Torrente 3: El protector. A controversial personality, Torbe has been accused of sex trafficking among other offenses.
Cecilia Gessa is a Spanish actress, director, producer, and former pornographic actress. Gessa, who was born into an artistic family, received training in acting, dancing, and singing. Apart from being a film personality, Cecilia Gessa also directs and manages her own event management company named Gessas’ Events Company.
Gustavo Rojo was an Uruguayan film producer and actor who appeared in over 160 television shows and films between 1938 and 2016. He made his theater debut in his mother Mercedes Pinto's play in the late 1920s. After moving to Mexico along with his family in the 1940s, Rojo started appearing in telenovelas, such as No creo en los hombres.
Aldo Sambrell was a Spanish actor, producer, and director. Between 1961 and 1996, Sambrell appeared in more than 150 films. Aldo Sambrell is best remembered for playing henchmen and other minor characters in various Western films, such as the Man with No Name Trilogy, Once Upon a Time in the West, and 100 Rifles.
Javier Calvo is a Spanish actor, writer, and director best known for his portrayal of Fernando Redondo in the popular teen drama TV series Física o Química. Calvo is also known for creating the musical La llamada along with his long-time partner Javier Ambrossi. In 2017, he was ranked 47th in the most important LGBT people list by El Mundo.
Rodrigo Cortés is a Spanish film producer, director, writer, editor, and screenwriter. His 2010 English-language psychological thriller film Buried earned him international recognition as the film was premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Rodrigo Cortés is also known for directing the 2012 supernatural thriller film Red Lights, which starred popular actors like Robert De Niro, Sigourney Weaver, and Cillian Murphy.
Best known as the director of the Goya Award- and Academy Award-winning Spanish film Belle Époque, filmmaker Fernando Trueba initially worked as a film critic for El Pais. He also launched the journal Casablanca. His first foray in to animation, Chico and Rita, too was a huge success.