Lluis Homar - Rotten Tomatoes

Birthplace: Barcelona, ​​Catalonia, Spain

Born in Barcelona 51 years ago, Luis has managed to combine theater with cinema and television , although he has devoted most of his extensive career to the stage. He studied Law at Barcelona's Autonomous University after which he attended various acting courses: Uta Hagen (1986-87) in New York or John Strasberg (1985) among others. He was one of the founders of the Teatre Lliure and was its director from 1992 to 1998. He has acted in and directed over thirty productions for the company. In 1999, he directed and starred in Shakespeare's "Hamlet" for the Grec Festival. Among the authors he has staged and performed are David Mamet ("Speed ​​the Plow") Molière ("George Dandin", "Le misanthrope" and "L'école des femmes") and Ibsen ("Hedda Gabler" Builder "), Pirandello (" Mountain Giants ") and Thomas Bernhard (" Histrionics "). He has appeared in over thirty films, working with directors such as Pilar Miró ("The Bird of Happiness"), Vicente Aranda ("If They Tell You Who I Fall"), Mario Camus ("After the Dream", "Adosados" and "The city of prodigies"), Julio Medem ("Chaotic Ana"), Montxo Armendáriz ("Obaba") and Jose Luis Iborra ("The Dream of Valentín") among others. In "Bad Education" I played one of the key characters, Mr. Berenguer, and had a great success. This is why he has now worked again with Almodovar in "Broken Embraces". In 1986 he won the National Acting Award, in 2000 the Silver Films for Theater and the Armchair Award for Best Catalonian Actor for "Valentin".

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