Carlos Areces

Carlos Areces (born 27 March 1976) is a Spanish actor, singer, and comics artist.[1] He has performed in a number of television shows and in more than twenty films since 2002. He formed the musical duo Ojete Calor together with Aníbal Gómez.[2]

Carlos Areces
Carlos Areces, Barcelona International Comic Convention 2016 (cropped).jpg
Carlos Areces in 2016.
Born (1976-03-27) 27 March 1976 (age 46)
OccupationActor, singer, comics artist
Years active2002–present

Selected filmographyEdit

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2009 Spanish Movie Pedro San Antón/bar guy #5
2010 The Last Circus Javier
2011 Extraterrestrial Ángel
Torrente 4: Lethal Crisis Bulgarian violinist
2012 Lobos de Arga Calixto
Ghost Graduation Otegui
2013 I'm So Excited Fajas
Witching and Bitching Conchi
2014 Torrente 5: Operation Eurovegas Ricardito
2015 My Big Night Yuri
Spy Time Vázquez
2016 The Queen of Spain Francisco Franco
2017 You Only Live Once Sergio González Peña
2020 Unknown Origins Galván
2022 Espejo, espejo Alberto [3]
TV
Year Title Role Notes
2002–2006 La Hora Chanante Various roles 45 episodes
2007–2010 Muchachada Nui Various roles 50 episodes
2008–2009 Plutón B.R.B. Nero Teniente Querejeta 26 episodes
2010–2014 Museo Coconut Rosario / Miss Coconut 33 episodes
2011 Cheers Bernardo, "El Hombre Perro" Unaired episode
2013–2014 Águila Roja Jacobo de Castro 13 episodes
2017; 2019–present La que se avecina Patricio Requena / Agustín Gordillo 23 episodes
2019–present El pueblo Juanjo Soler 16 episodes[4]
2021 Drag Race España Himself / Guest judge 1 episode

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Entry in Tebeosfera
  2. ^ Neira, Fernando (2019-11-10). "Ojete Calor y los títeres decapitados". El País (in European Spanish). Retrieved 2021-06-13.
  3. ^ Campos, Patri (21 April 2022). "El reflejo de Santi Millán y Malena Alterio en 'Espejo, espejo'". RTVE.
  4. ^ Luna, Manuel de (3 June 2019). "Carlos Areces: "Fue una pesadilla rodar en un pueblo abandonado 4 meses"". El Periódico.

External linksEdit

  Media related to Carlos Areces at Wikimedia Commons