Spanish movie actors born in the year 1972

Here are 7 famous actors from Spain were born in 1972:


Dinio (February 14, 1972 Havana-) is a Spanish singer, actor and pornographic film actor.

Born in Cuba, Dinio (whose real name is Ignacio Jordá González) moved with his family to Spain at a young age. He gained fame in the late 1990s and early 2000s as a singer, with hits such as "Quiero", "Caramelito", and "Fly, Fly". However, he also gained notoriety for his involvement in pornographic films, starting with his role in "El Confesionario" in 2002. Dinio continued to act in both mainstream and adult films for several years before retiring from the industry in 2009. In addition to his music and film career, Dinio has also made appearances on reality TV shows such as "Supervivientes" and "Hotel Glam".

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Mateo Gil

Mateo Gil (September 23, 1972 Las Palmas-) a.k.a. Mateo Gil Rodríguez, Francisco Mateo Gil Rodríguez or Francisco Mateo Gil Rodríquez is a Spanish film director, screenwriter, film producer, film editor, actor and cinematographer.

He is best known for his collaborations with fellow Spanish filmmaker Alejandro Amenábar, with whom he co-wrote the screenplays for "Thesis" (1996), "Open Your Eyes" (1997), and "The Sea Inside" (2004), all of which were critically acclaimed and received numerous awards. Gil has also directed several films of his own, including "Nobody Knows Anybody" (1999), "Blackthorn" (2011), and "Project Lazarus" (2016). In addition to his work in film, he has also written several books and is a member of the Royal Spanish Academy of Arts and Sciences of Cinematography.

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Florentino Fernández

Florentino Fernández (November 9, 1972 Madrid-) also known as Florentino José Fernández Román or Flo is a Spanish presenter, comedian, actor and voice actor. He has one child, Juan Fernández.

Fernández first gained popularity for his performance in the Spanish comedy TV show El informal. He has since appeared in several popular Spanish TV shows like Tonterías las justas, Otra movida and El club de la comedia. In addition to his work on TV, he has also acted in movies like Torrente 3: El protector and Spanish Movie.

His talents extend beyond acting as he has dubbed many animated movies and TV shows in Spanish such as the Ice Age franchise, Spongebob Squarepants and The Simpsons. He has also released several comedy albums and has won numerous awards for his work, including the Ondas Award for best Spanish television presenter.

In addition to his successful career in entertainment, Fernández is known for his philanthropic work. He is a committed advocate of cancer research and fundraising for cancer patients, having lost multiple family members to the disease. He has also been involved in initiatives to support children with disabilities.

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Alejandro Amenábar

Alejandro Amenábar (March 31, 1972 Santiago-) also known as Alejandro Amenabar or Alejandro Fernando Amenábar Cantos is a Spanish screenwriter, composer, film director, film producer, film editor, film score composer and actor.

Amenábar started taking piano lessons at an early age and later studied filmmaking at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. He gained international recognition with his 1996 mystery-thriller "Tesis", which won seven Goya Awards, including Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. Amenábar went on to direct other critically acclaimed films such as "Open Your Eyes" (1997) and "The Others" (2001), which starred Nicole Kidman and earned over $200 million worldwide.

In addition to his success in the film industry, Amenábar has also composed music for many of his films and received a Goya Award for Best Original Score for "The Others". He is known for his versatility as a filmmaker, having explored various genres such as mystery, drama, and historical fiction. Despite being relatively private about his personal life, Amenábar has openly discussed his struggles with anxiety and depression, which have influenced his artistic work.

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Àlex Brendemühl

Àlex Brendemühl (November 27, 1972 Barcelona-) also known as Alex Brandemühl, Álex Brendemühl, Alexander Brendemühl, Alex Brendemühl, Àxel Brendemühl, Alexander Brendemüh or Alex Brendemühl Gubern is a Spanish actor, screenwriter and film director.

He was born in Barcelona to a German father and a Spanish mother. Brendemühl developed a passion for acting at a young age and began his career performing in local theater productions.

He made his film debut in 1996 in the Spanish film "La Celestina" and has since appeared in numerous international films, including "The German Doctor," "Loin des hommes," and "Petra."

In addition to acting, Brendemühl has also worked as a screenwriter and director. He directed his first feature film, "El camí més llarg per tornar a casa," in 2015.

Brendemühl has received critical acclaim for his work, earning a Gaudí Award and a Feroz Award for his performance in "Matar a Dios." He has also been nominated for a European Film Award and a Goya Award for his work in various films.

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José Luis García Pérez

José Luis García Pérez (September 1, 1972 Seville-) also known as J.L. García Pérez, José L. Gª Pérez, José L. García Pérez, José Luis García-Pérez, José Luis Gª Pérez, José Luis Garcia Pérez, José Luis García, José L. García-Pérez or J. Luis García Pérez is a Spanish actor and voice actor.

He studied drama at the Andalusian Theater Center in Seville and began his acting career in 1995 with small roles in Spanish television series. García Pérez gained critical acclaim for his performance in the drama film "The Method" (2005) and won the Best Actor Award at the 2005 Málaga Film Festival. He has also appeared in international films such as "Che: Part One" (2008) and "The Promise" (2016). Besides his work in film and television, he is also a highly regarded voice actor, having lent his voice to characters in Spanish dubs of popular films such as "The Hobbit" trilogy and "Inside Out". García Pérez has been nominated for multiple awards throughout his career, including a Goya Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "The Librarian and the Merciful God" (2015).

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Emilio Buale Coka

Emilio Buale Coka (November 26, 1972 Equatorial Guinea-) a.k.a. Emilio Buale or Emilio Bouale Coka is a Spanish actor.

He was born in Equatorial Guinea but was later raised in the Canary Islands, Spain. Emilio Buale began his acting career in Spain, starring in several theater productions before moving onto television and film. He has appeared in a number of Spanish-language movies, including the critically acclaimed film "La Isla Interior" (The Inner Island) in 2009, which won several awards at the Malaga Film Festival. In addition to his acting, Buale has also worked as a translator and interpreter. He is known for his activism both on and off-screen, advocating for the rights of minority groups and raising awareness about environmental issues.

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