Pepón Nieto

José Antonio Nieto Sánchez, known professionally as Pepón Nieto (born 20 January, 1967) is a Spanish actor.

Pepón Nieto
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Pepón Nieto at the photocall of Alice in Wonderland (2010)
Born
José Antonio Nieto Sánchez

(1967-01-20) January 20, 1967 (age 54)
Marbella (Málaga), Spain
OccupationActor

He started his acting career in a 1993 episode of the Antena 3 TV series Farmacia de Guardia. He has appeared in other TV series: Periodistas, La vida de Rita and Los hombres de Paco.[1]

He has also acted in theatre and films. He has performed in several Spanish theatre plays such as Las Mocedades del Cid, 'El caballero del milagro by Lope de Vega, Don Juan Tenorio and Le Dîner de cons.

He has received several awards: Best Actor in the Festival de Toulouse for Asuntos Internos; Premio Antoñita Colome of the Asociación de Escritores Cinematográficos de Andalucía; Best Actor for El tiempo de la Felicidad; prize of the Unión de Actores al Mejor Actor de Televisión for Periodistas; and premio Ercilla for Le Dîner de cons.

Los Hombres de PacoEdit

His best work on TV has been in the Antena 3 series Los Hombres de Paco as Subinspector Mariano Moreno, Paco's best friend. He has played this part for five years, between 2005 and 2010, appearing in every series.

Personal lifeEdit

Nieto publicly came out as gay in 2016.[2]

TV seriesEdit

FilmsEdit

  • Perfect Strangers (2017)
  • Boystown (2008)
  • È già ieri (2004)
  • ¡Descongélate! (2003)
  • Los novios búlgaros (Bulgarian Lovers) (2003)
  • La marcha verde (2002)
  • Hombres felices (2001)
  • Llombai (2000)
  • Pepe Guindo (1999)
  • Los años bárbaros (1998)
  • El grito en el cielo (1998)
  • Allanamiento de morada (1998)
  • Cosas que dejé en La Habana (1997)
  • El tiempo de la felicidad (1997)
  • Perdona bonita, pero Lucas me quería a mí (1997)
  • Suerte (1997)
  • Asunto interno (1996)
  • Más que amor, frenesí (1996)
  • Morirás en Chafarinas (1995)
  • La boutique del llanto (1995)
  • Luismi (1995)
  • Dias contados (1994)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Perriam, Chris (2013-01-31). Spanish Queer Cinema. Edinburgh University Press. pp. 84–. ISBN 9780748665884. Retrieved 21 September 2014.
  2. ^ https://www.elmundo.es/loc/2016/11/29/583c878eca4741e00a8b45b0.html
  3. ^ "«La vida de Rita» recupera para TVE al tándem Forqué-Iborra". ABC. 3 January 2003.
  4. ^ Casas, Quim (18 January 2021). "Crítica final de '30 monedas': crónicas (satánicas) de un pueblo". El Periódico.

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