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Antonio de la Torre (actor)

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Antonio de la Torre
Antonio de la Torre en los Premios Goya 2017 cr2.jpg
At the 31st Goya Awards in 2017
Born
Antonio de la Torre Martín

(1968-01-18) 18 January 1968 (age 53)
Málaga, Spain
NationalitySpanish
OccupationActor
Years active1993–present

Antonio de la Torre Martín (born 18 January 1968) is a Spanish actor.[1] Since having his film debut as an actor in The Worst Years of Our Lives (1994),[1] he has developed a long career in cinema.[2]

He won the Goya Award for Best Supporting Actor for Dark Blue Almost Black in 2007,[3] whereas he earned the Goya Award for Best Actor for The Realm in 2019.[4] He has starred in many films directed by Daniel Sánchez Arévalo, with whom he collaborated for the first time in the short film Profilaxis (2003).[3]

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Selected filmography

Film
Year Title Role Ref.
2006 Volver Paco [5]
2006 AzulOscuroCasiNegro (Dark Blue Almost Black) Antonio [6]
2008 Una palabra tuya (One Word from You) Morsa [7]
2009 Gordos [es] Enrique [1]
2009 La isla interior (The Island Inside) Iván [8]
2010 Balada triste de trompeta (The Last Circus) Sergio, el payaso tonto [9]
2010 Lope Juan de Vega [10]
2011 Primos (Cousinhood) Bachi [11]
2012 Grupo 7 (Unit 7) Rafael [12]
2013 La gran familia española (Family United) Adán [13]
2013 Los amantes pasajeros (I'm So Excited!) Álex Acero [14]
2013 Caníbal (Cannibal) Carlos [15]
2014 La isla mínima (Marshland) Rodrigo [16]
2016 Que Dios nos perdone (May God Forgive Us) Velarde [17]
2016 Tarde para la ira (The Fury of a Patient Man) José [18]
2017 El autor (The Motive) Juan [19]
2017 Abracadabra Carlos [20]
2018 El reino (The Realm) Manuel López Vidal [21]
2018 La noche de 12 años (A Twelve-Year Night) Pepe Mujica [22]
2019 La trinchera infinita (The Endless Trench) Higinio Blanco [23]
2021 Chasing Wonders [24]

References

  1. ^ a b c Torres, Marta (18 January 2018). "5 momentos que han marcado la vida de Antonio de la Torre". Bekia.
  2. ^ Torrado, Damarís (11 April 2015). "Antonio de la Torre: «Soy muy coñazo porque no soy el típico actor que dice a todo que sí»". Diario Sur.
  3. ^ a b Garde, M. José (19 April 2015). "Los diez «papeles» de Antonio de la Torre, último Premio Málaga". ABC.
  4. ^ "Antonio de la Torre gana su primer Goya como protagonista". Público. 3 February 2019.
  5. ^ Sánchez Alarcón, María Inmaculada (2008). "El color del deseo que todo lo transforma: claves cinematográficas y matrices culturales en el cine de Pedro Almodóvar" (PDF). Palabra Clave. 11 (2): 339. ISSN 0122-8285.
  6. ^ "Azuloscurocasinegro". El Cultural. 30 March 2006.
  7. ^ Maldivia, Beatriz (22 August 2008). "'Una palabra tuya', interpretaciones muy sentidas para un film irregular". Espinof.
  8. ^ "Antonio de la Torre, mejor actor en el Festival de Montecarlo". Málaga Hoy. 28 November 2009.
  9. ^ Martínez Monferrer, Verónica (2012). "Balada triste de trompeta" (PDF). Ecléctica (1): 127–128. ISSN 2254-0113.
  10. ^ Lorenci, Miguel (1 September 2010). "Lope enamorado". Diario Sur.
  11. ^ "Sánchez Arévalo conjura su propia crisis personal con la comedia "Primos"". La Información. 31 January 2011.
  12. ^ Caviaro, Juan Luis (19 February 2013). "'Grupo 7', la mejor película española de 2012". Espinof.
  13. ^ "Crítica de La gran familia española: Otro golazo de Daniel Sánchez Arévalo". Europa Press. 17 September 2013.
  14. ^ "Deluxe, contra Los amantes pasajeros e Idris Elba en la noche del sábado". Vertele. eldiario.es. 8 July 2017.
  15. ^ Crespo, Laura (11 October 2013). "Antonio de la Torre: "¿Conviene que no haya cultura para formar una sociedad sin juicio crítico?"". El Imparcial.
  16. ^ "Inicia el ciclo "España hoy" en la Cinemateca Dominicana". Hoy. 15 October 2016.
  17. ^ "Roberto Álamo y Antonio de la Torre, tras el asesino en serie de 'Que Dios nos perdone'". Diez Minutos. 11 March 2020.
  18. ^ Jimeno, Diego (4 October 2020). "'Tarde para la ira', con Antonio de la Torre, en 'Versión española'". Diez Minutos.
  19. ^ "Antonio de la Torre trabajó con la Policía Nacional para preparar la película 'Grupo 7'". RTVE. 29 April 2020.
  20. ^ Hernández Luján, Raquel (8 August 2017). "Crítica de Abracadabra con Maribel Verdú y Antonio de la Torre". Hobby Consolas.
  21. ^ Medina, Marta (28 September 2018). "'El reino': la España corrupta y hortera". El Confidencial.
  22. ^ Guerra, Andrés (23 November 2018). "Antonio de la Torre: "En el más absoluto de los silencios puedes escuchar cómo chillan las hormigas"". La Vanguardia.
  23. ^ Arribas, A.; Gómez, V.A. (29 September 2019). "El Topo sale a la luz en Donosti". La Opinión de Málaga.
  24. ^ D'Alessandro, Anthony (March 22, 2021). "Paz Vega & Edward James Olmos Arclight Feature 'Chasing Wonders' Picked Up By Gravitas". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved March 22, 2021.

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