Born in Barcelona in October 9th of 1983. He finishes the ‘Humanities’ career at Pompeu Fabra University (BCN) and starts his acting training at Nancy Tuñón Jordi Oliver’s School.
He began his acting career shooting different projects (Salvados, Divendres, Palomitas) related with El Terrat, audiovisual company directed by Andreu Buenafuente. In Catalonia he was soon known for his roles in Pop Ràpid (tv series for national television, TV3) and in Barcelona Summer Night (Filmax 2013), one of the most successful catalan productions of the year.
In 2012 he had a leading role in the shortfilm Doble Check (winner of the Notodofilmfest award and nominated as best actor), directed by Paco Caballero, with more than a million views in less than a month.
He has worked with directors as Paco Plaza, Leticia Dolera, Marc Crehuet, Paco Caballero, Dani de la Orden, Sergi Pérez, Fernando Trullols, Joel Joan o Nacho G. Velilla.
In 2015 he released Off Course (Perdiendo el Norte) directed by Nacho G. Velilla, Requirements to be a normal person (Requisitos para ser una persona normal) directed by Leticia Dolera, The long way home (El camino más largo para volver a casa) directed by Sergi Pérez, Barcelona winter night (Barcelona noche de invierno) directed by Dani de la Orden, The Heimlich maneuver (La maniobra de Heimlich) directed by Manolo Vázquez and Incidents (Incidencias) directed by José Corbacho and Juan Cruz; and the tv series Anclados for Telecinco (Mediaset Spain), Dates directed by Pau Freixas and El Crac directed by Joel Joan and Héctor Claramunt for TV3.
In theater, he shared season between Barcelona and Madrid and toured around Spain with The One Eyed King, a very successful play recognized by critics and considered the best comedy of 2013 by El Mundo newspaper.
In 2014 he also released a graphic novel called Soy tu príncipe azul pero eres daltónica, his first work as a writer co-working with Paco Caballero and Mar Guixé. And between 2015 and 2017 he has directed his first two shortfilms: El Palo (winner of the Notodofilmfest award LG), Niña de Papá (winner of the Notodofilmfest award Self Bank), and Cariño (co-directed with Ricardo Gómez).
In 2016 he participated in the second season of El Ministerio del Tiempo, in the episode directed by Paco Plaza; the production Marcianos de Marte directed by Fernando Trullols (Best actor in a leading role in Rewind Festival); and three more films: The One Eyed King (El Rey Tuerto, Moiré Films · TV3), Marc Crehuet’s debut film; Night Tales (Rumbos), Manuela Moreno’s debut film; and Heroes Wanted (Cuerpo de Élite), Joaquín Mazón’s debut film.
This 2017 he has released It’s for your own good (Es por tu bien), directed by Carlos Therón, the box-office film of the year; No sé decir adiós, Lino Escalera’s debut film, winner of four awards including Special Mention for all cast by critics in Festival de Málaga; and has shot Las Distancias, directed by Elena Trapé and Cuando dejes de quererme, Igor Legarreta’s debut film.