Spanish movie actors born in the year 1989

Here are 11 famous actors from Spain were born in 1989:

David Moreno

David Moreno (July 14, 1989 Logroño-) is a Spanish actor.

He is best known for his work in the Spanish television industry, having starred in numerous popular television series such as "El Ministerio del Tiempo" and "Amar es para siempre". Moreno has also appeared in a number of films, including "La Voz Dormida" and "Al Final Todos Mueren". In addition to his acting career, Moreno is also a writer and has contributed to various television series and short films. He has been recognized for his work, receiving award nominations from the Spanish Actors Union and the Feroz Awards.

Álvaro Cervantes

Álvaro Cervantes (September 12, 1989 Barcelona-) is a Spanish actor.

Born in Barcelona, Álvaro Cervantes began his acting career in 2007 with a guest role on the Spanish television series "El Cor de la Ciutat". He gained recognition in Spain for his role as Rai in the television series "Pulseras Rojas" and later as Antonio Flores in the series "Hermanos". Cervantes has also starred in a number of films, including "The Skin I Live In" directed by Pedro Almodóvar and "Hogar" on Netflix. In addition to his acting career, Cervantes is also a trained singer and has released his own music. He has been nominated for multiple awards for his work in Spanish film and television.

Gonzalo Ramos

Gonzalo Ramos (September 19, 1989 Madrid-) is a Spanish actor.

He began his acting career in 2010 with a small role in the Spanish television series "Amar es para siempre". He then gained critical acclaim for his performance in the drama film "The Sleeping Voice" (2011). Since then, he has appeared in numerous popular Spanish television shows like "Isabel" (2014), "Velvet Colección" (2017), and "Alta Mar" (2019). In addition to his acting work, Ramos is also a trained ballet dancer and has performed in several dance productions. He continues to be a prominent figure in the Spanish entertainment industry and has a dedicated fan following.

Christian Bautista

Christian Bautista (November 21, 1989 Móstoles-) a.k.a. Cristian Bautista is a Spanish actor.

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Christian Bautista (born October 19, 1981 in Manila, Philippines) is a Filipino singer, actor, and model. He rose to fame after winning the fourth season of the singing competition show, Star in a Million in 2003. Bautista has released several albums throughout his career, including the hit singles "The Way You Look at Me" and "Beautiful Girl". Aside from his music career, he has also appeared in a number of TV shows and movies, including his leading roles in the films "My First Romance" and "One More Try". He has won numerous awards and accolades for his work in the entertainment industry.

Jaume Madaula

Jaume Madaula (February 3, 1989 Sabadell-) also known as Jaume Madaula Izquierdo is a Spanish actor.

He studied acting at the Col·legi del Teatre de Barcelona and made his television debut in the TV3 series "Ventdelplà" in 2006. Madaula's breakthrough came in 2011 when he played the role of Joan in the TV3 series "Pulseras rojas" (Red Band Society). The show was a huge success in Spain and catapulted Madaula to fame. He then went on to star in various Spanish films and television shows, including "Merlí", "Las chicas del cable" (Cable Girls), and "El fotógrafo de Mauthausen" (The Photographer of Mauthausen). In 2019, he starred in the film "Todos lo saben" (Everybody Knows) alongside Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem. Madaula has also worked as a voice actor, dubbing various films and TV shows into Catalan.

Marcel Borràs

Marcel Borràs (November 27, 1989 Olot-) also known as Marcel Borras or Marcel Borrás is a Spanish actor.

He is best known for his role as Pol Rubio in the TV series "Merlí" and its spin-off "Merlí: Sapere Aude", both of which are available on Netflix. Borràs began his acting career on stage before transitioning to television and film. He has also appeared in several Spanish films including "Lo Que Arde" and "La Higuera De Los Bastardos". In addition to acting, Borràs is also a singer-songwriter and has released several singles and an EP. He is considered one of the rising stars of Spanish cinema and has won several awards for his performances.

Daniel Retuerta

Daniel Retuerta (November 5, 1989 Community of Madrid-) also known as Daniel Retuerta Ruiz or Roque is a Spanish actor.

He studied acting at the Juan Carlos Corazza School of Acting and in 2011 he made his debut in the TV series "Los protegidos". He has since starred in various Spanish TV series such as "Amar es para siempre", "Acacias 38" and "Servir y proteger". In 2019, he appeared in the Netflix series "High Seas" as Andrés Salazar. Retuerta has also appeared in several films including "Pancho, el perro millonario" and "La llamada".

Felix Lopez

Felix Lopez (May 21, 1989 Seville-) is a Spanish actor.

He began his acting career in 2009 with a minor role in the Spanish TV series "Fisica o Quimica". After that he appeared in many TV shows and movies including "Hospital Central", "Amar es para siempre", "Los Nuestros" and "Three Meters Above the Sky". Felix has also worked in theater and has performed in several stage plays. In addition to acting, he is also known for his philanthropy work and has been associated with various non-profit organizations. He is considered as one of the rising stars of Spanish entertainment industry.

Jaime Olías

Jaime Olías (December 22, 1989 Torrelodones-) also known as Jaime Olias or Jaime Olías de Lima Pancorbo is a Spanish actor.

He started acting at a young age and made his debut in the television series "Al salir de clase" in 2005. Olías is best known for his role as Alejandro in the hit Spanish television series "Los Serrano". He has also appeared in several Spanish films, including "Mentiras y Gordas" and "Tu vida en 65". In addition to acting, Olías has worked as a model and has appeared in advertising campaigns for brands such as H&M and Pull & Bear. He studied acting at the Escuela de Interpretación de Juan Carlos Corazza and has also trained in singing and dancing. Olías is known for his down-to-earth personality and his passion for sports, particularly soccer.

Andreu Lacondeguy

Andreu Lacondeguy (January 12, 1989 Barcelona-) also known as Little Mexican is a Spanish actor.

However, he is more widely recognized for his skills as a professional freeride mountain biker. Lacondeguy has competed in several major competitions around the world, including the Red Bull Rampage and the Crankworx World Tour. He is known for his daring and innovative riding style, often pushing the limits of what is possible on a bike. In addition to his mountain biking career, Lacondeguy has also appeared in several films and documentaries about the sport. Despite suffering from several injuries throughout his career, he remains a prominent figure in the freeride mountain biking community.

Lander Otaola

Lander Otaola (January 20, 1989 Barakaldo-) also known as Sandra López is a Spanish actor, screenwriter and film director.

She graduated from the Basque Country University with a degree in audiovisual communication. Otaola began her career in theater before transitioning to film and television. She has acted in several acclaimed Spanish TV series such as El Ministerio del Tiempo and El Caso in addition to directing and writing her own short films. In 2016, she won the Best Director award at the prestigious San Sebastian International Film Festival for her short film "Beti Bezperako Koplak" (Butterfly Wings of Beti Bezpera). Otaola is known for her strong female characters and feminist approach to filmmaking.

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