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Joan Munné

Joan Munné is an actor, known for Uncovered (1995), Unnatural Causes (2008) and Crims (2000). See full bio »

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Known For

Uncovered
Uncovered Roger D'Arras
(1995)
Unnatural Causes
(2008)
Crims
Crims Ros
(2000)
Vorvik
Vorvik Guardaespaldas 2
(2005)

Filmography

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 2012 Kubala, Moreno i Manchón (TV Series)
- Comptes pendents (2012)
 2008 Unnatural Causes
Xavi
 2005 Vorvik
Guardaespaldas 2
 2004 Rojo sangre
Maitre Gerard (as Joan Munne)
 2003 Cara perdida (Short)
Yaganka
 2000 Crims (TV Series)
Ros
- Kreutzer (2000) ... Ros
 2000 Sota el signe de... (TV Series)
Joan
- Lleó (2000) ... Joan
 2000 Atrapa-la (TV Movie)
Cesc
 1998 Laberint d'ombres (TV Series)
Teclista
- Episode #1.52 (1998) ... Teclista
 1995 Makinavaja (TV Series)
Cámara
- Realiti chou... en diresto (1995) ... Cámara (as Joan Munne)
 1995 Uncovered
Roger D'Arras
 1992 El largo invierno
Oficial Franquista
 1991 Dark Justice (TV Series)
Suarez
- Smokescreen (1991) ... Suarez
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 2012 Ànima (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Episode #5.33 (2012) ... (performer: "Julia")
 1997 Makinavaja (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- T'acuerdas fida (1997) ... (writer: "T'acuerdas fida" - as Joan Munne Fierro)
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 2012 Ànima (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode #5.33 (2012) ... Himself
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