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Juan José Ballesta

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Juan José Ballesta
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Born
Juan José Ballesta Muñoz

(1987-11-12) 12 November 1987 (age 33)
Other namesJuanjo Ballesta
Years active1997–present

Juan José Ballesta Muñoz, also known as Juanjo Ballesta (born 12 November 1987) is a Spanish actor.

Biography

Born on 12 November 1987 in Parla, Ballesta grew up in Toledo.[1] He had his debut performance in television in 1997, starring in the series Querido maestro.[1] He later joined the cast of the TV series Compañeros, playing the role of Emilio Rubio Viñé for 10 episodes.[2] He won fame and a Goya Award for Best New Actor for El Bola (2000), his debut performance in a feature film.[3][2]

He has performed in more than sixteen, since 1997, until his career declined after 2010.[4]

Private life

Juan José Ballesta is fond of fishing, cycling and likes flamenco.1 In 2004, he was Full Contact champion of the autonomous community of Madrid, and in 2005, Spanish champion in the Super Featherweight category.

In 2006, he was assaulted on several occasions. In the town of Borox, Toledo, he was beaten until he lost consciousness. The result of the beating was a broken cheekbone and two broken ribs. In Illescas he was assaulted in a discotheque after being identified as "El Bola". In a discotheque in Getafe he was threatened with a knife by a jealous boyfriend. [5]

In May 2007, he announced that his girlfriend, Verónica Rebollo, a hairdresser, was pregnant. Their first child, Juan José, was born on November 1, 2007.

In January 2021, he announced his separation from the mother of his son.

Selected filmography

Film
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2000 El Bola Pablo / Bola Goya Award for Best New Actor [6][7]
2002 El embrujo de Shanghai (The Shangai Spell) Finito Chacón [8]
2002 El viaje de Carol (Carol's Journey) Tomiche [9]
2003 Planta 4ª (The 4th Floor) Miguel Ángel [10]
2005 7 Vírgenes (7 Virgins) Tano [11]
2006 Cabeza de perro [es] Samuel [12]
2009 La casa de mi padre [es] Gaizka [13]
2010 Entrelobos Marcos (adult) Younger version interpreted by Manuel Camacho [14]
2010 Bruc. La llegenda [es] Bruc [15]
2017 Oro (Gold) Iturbe [4]
Television
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1997–1998 Querido maestro [es] Roberto [2]
2000–2001 Compañeros Emilio Rubio Viñé 10 episodes. The character was also played by Jorge San José and Daniel Esparza [2][16]
2006 Regreso a Moira [es] Tomás (young) TV movie part of the Historias para no dormir anthology series. Older version performed by Jordi Dauder [17]
2010–2012 Hispania, la leyenda Paulo [18]
2016 El ministerio del tiempo Vicente González Toca 2 episodes [2]
2017–2018 Servir y proteger Rober Batista [2]

Awards

References

  1. ^ a b Moreno, M. (12 November 2020). "¿Quién es Juan José Ballesta, concursante de 'MasterChef Celebrity 5'?". El Confidencial.
  2. ^ a b c d e f Catalá, Laura (25 July 2017). "Así ha cambiado Juan José Ballesta: De 'Querido maestro' y 'El Bola' a 'Servir y proteger'". Bekia.
  3. ^ Tévez, Óscar (4 January 2019). "Ya habías visto a todas estas estrellas españolas antes (pero no lo recordabas)". Icon. El País.
  4. ^ a b "El declive profesional de Juanjo Ballesta, el niño de «El Bola»: «Ya ni me llaman»". abcplay. ABC. 22 October 2020.
  5. ^ "«Voy a sitios pijos con porteros de dos metros para que no me peguen»". El Correo.
  6. ^ González del Pozo, Jorge (2008). "Al cerrar la puerta: Violencia contra niños y ruptura del silencio en El bola de Achero Mañas" (PDF). Letras Hispanas. 5 (1): 50.
  7. ^ "«El Bola» recibe dos de los premios para noveles". La Voz de Galicia. 3 February 2001.
  8. ^ Molina Foix, Vicente. "El embrujo de Shanghai". Fotogramas.
  9. ^ Méndez-Leite, Fernando (29 May 2008). "El viaje de Carol". Fotogramas.
  10. ^ Méndez-Leite, Fernando (29 May 2008). "Planta 4ª". Fotogramas.
  11. ^ Belausteguigoitia, Santiago (7 May 2004). "'7 vírgenes', un filme sobre 48 horas intensas en la vida de un delincuente juvenil". El País.
  12. ^ "Cabeza de perro". Fotogramas. 29 May 2008.
  13. ^ "Vascos "de todos los colores" en 'La casa de mi padre'". Europa Press. 30 March 2009.
  14. ^ Belinchón, Gregorio (26 November 2010). "El buen salvaje entre lobos". El País.
  15. ^ Moreno, Miguel Ángel (23 December 2010). "Colin Firth se pone en la piel del rey inglés Jorge VI en 'El discurso del Rey'". Madridiario.
  16. ^ "Se cumplen 15 años de 'Compañeros': 10 curiosidades que tal vez no sabías de la serie". Europa FM. 18 July 2017.
  17. ^ "Telecinco presenta su cuarta "Película para no dormir"". Vertele. eldiario.es. 17 May 2005.
  18. ^ J.L.S. (24 October 2010). "Viriato emprende la guerra contra los romanos en «Hispania»". La Razón.

External links

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