Spanish movie actresses born in the year 1983

Here are 5 famous actresses from Spain were born in 1983:

Gala Évora

Gala Évora (February 8, 1983 Sanlúcar de Barrameda-) a.k.a. Papá Levante or Evora, Gala is a Spanish singer and actor.

Gala Évora began his musical career in 2001 with the release of his first album, "Te Voy a Enamorar". He gained popularity in 2003 with his hit single "Lola Lola", which topped the charts in Spain and Latin America. He has released several other successful albums since then, including "Pasaporte" and "El Miki".

In addition to his music career, Gala Évora has also appeared in several Spanish films, including "Luz de Domingo" and "Toc Toc". He has also made appearances on Spanish television shows such as "Fama ¡a bailar!" and "Tu cara me suena".

Gala Évora is known for his energetic performances and flamboyant style, which has earned him a dedicated fanbase in Spain and beyond. He continues to tour and release new music, with his most recent album, "Me Vale", released in 2019.

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Teresa Hurtado de Ory

Teresa Hurtado de Ory (May 6, 1983 Seville-) otherwise known as Teresa Hurtado or Teresa Hurtado de Ori is a Spanish actor.

She is best known for her role as Ruth Gomez in the popular Spanish TV series "Los hombres de Paco" and for her work in theatre productions such as "Nada que perder" and "El Secuestro de la Banquera." Teresa began her career as a child actor and made her feature film debut in "A la deriva" in 2009. Since then, she has appeared in several other films including "Elvira, te daría mi vida pero la estoy usando," "Tenemos que hablar," and "Amor en polvo." In addition to her successful acting career, Teresa is also a writer and has published a collection of short stories titled "Los dipticos de las monjas."

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Barbara Goenaga

Barbara Goenaga (July 20, 1983 Donostia / San Sebastián-) a.k.a. Bárbara Goenaga, Barbara Goenaga Bilbao, Bárbara Goenada or Bárbara Goenaga Bilbao is a Spanish actor.

She was born in Donostia / San Sebastián, Spain on July 20, 1983, and began her acting career in 1997 with the TV series "Goenkale". Since then, she has appeared in numerous films and TV series, including "The Nameless," "Timecrimes," "Eva," "Al Final del Camino," and "Todos lo Saben". Goenaga has been nominated for and won several awards for her performances, including the Best Actress Award at the Malaga Spanish Film Festival for her role in "Timecrimes." In addition to her acting career, she has also worked as a voice actress, dubbing movies and TV shows into Spanish. Goenaga is considered one of the most promising young actresses in Spain, with a growing international following.

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Verónica Echegui

Verónica Echegui (June 16, 1983 Madrid-) also known as Verónica Etxegui, Verónica Fernández de Echegaray or Verónica Fernández Echegaray is a Spanish actor.

Verónica Echegui was born on June 16, 1983 in Madrid, Spain. She began her professional career as an actor in 2004 when she was cast in the Spanish TV series "Amar es para siempre". She later went on to star in several other TV series, including "My Life Without Me" and "Acusados".

In 2008, Echegui made her feature film debut in the Spanish film "El Patio de Mi Cárcel". She then appeared in several other films, including "Katmandú, un Espejo en el Cielo", "Yo, También", and "La Fría Luz del Día".

Echegui has received critical acclaim for her performances, including a Best Actress Award at the Malaga Film Festival for her role in "Katmandú, un Espejo en el Cielo". She has also been nominated for several other awards, including the Goya Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for "Yo, También".

In addition to her acting career, Echegui is also a singer and a writer. She has released several music albums and has written a book, "Cuentos de Berlín". Echegui is known for her eclectic style and her commitment to social and political causes.

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Lidia San Jose

Lidia San Jose (January 2, 1983 Madrid-) also known as Lidia San José or Lidia San José Segura is a Spanish actor.

She is best known for her work on Spanish television shows such as "Los Serrano", "Amar es para siempre" and "La casa de papel". San Jose started her acting career at a young age and made her first professional appearance on the television show "Farmacia de guardia" at the age of nine. She has also appeared in numerous films including "Mentiras y Gordas", "Sexykiller, morirás por ella" and "La gran familia española". Alongside her acting career, San Jose has also worked as a voice actress and has dubbed numerous films and television shows into Spanish.

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