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1. Luis García Berlanga Luis García Berlanga Writer, The Executioner Berlanga commenced his studies in Valencia in1928, although in 1929 his family sent him and his brother Fernando (due to a lung disease) to the Beau-soleil hospital school in Switzerland. In 1930, he returned to the San José School in Valencia where he stayed until 1931, the year in which the Jesuits were expelled from Spain...
2. Iván Martínez-Rufat Iván Martínez-Rufat Sound Department, We Need to Talk About Kevin Spanish Sound Designer, Sound Re-recording Mixer and Sound Editor, with an extensive experience in sound design for visual media. He has his own mobile equipment (DAW) for edit or premix where it is needed. Freelance as well as the owner of the company Ivan Sound and partner at Godfader. Active member of the AES.
3. Bebe Bebe Soundtrack, Aída
4. José Sancho José Sancho Actor, Live Flesh
5. Antonio Hortelano Antonio Hortelano Actor, More Than a Thousand Cameras Are Working for Your Safety
6. Patricia Montero Patricia Montero Actress, Espíritu dividido
7. Josele Román Josele Román Actress, Bear Cub This actress started studying classic ballet and became a classic dancer. Then she left dancing and became a stage actress. After her first film, Pecados conyugales, she became an instantly recognizable face in supporting roles in many (mostly lowbrow) Spanish comedy films of the 70s, frequently playing maids...
8. Edu del Prado Edu del Prado Actor, Ritmo & Furia
9. Empar Ferrer Empar Ferrer Actress, Bear Cub
10. Juan Calvo Juan Calvo Actor, The Miracle of Marcelino
11. Carmen Alcayde Carmen Alcayde Self, ¡Guaypaut!
12. Vicente Escrivá Vicente Escrivá Writer, Balarrasa
13. Enrique Vargas 'El Príncipe Gitano' Enrique Vargas 'El Príncipe Gitano' Self, Veraneo en España
14. Sandra Cervera Sandra Cervera Actress, Sorarya: On Fire
15. Lola Cardona Lola Cardona Actress, Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!
16. Rafael Rivelles Rafael Rivelles Actor, The Miracle of Marcelino
17. Andrés de Segurola Andrés de Segurola Actor, One Night of Love
18. Luis Lucia Luis Lucia Writer, Zampo y yo
19. María Fernanda D'Ocón María Fernanda D'Ocón Actress, Caminos de tiza
20. Sigfrid Monleón Sigfrid Monleón Director, The Consul of Sodom
21. Elisa Ramírez Elisa Ramírez Actress, La Celestina
22. Ángela Castilla Ángela Castilla Actress, Lovers of the Arctic Circle
23. Alady Alady Actor, Paradise Recovered
24. Ricardo Muñoz Suay Ricardo Muñoz Suay Writer, The Moment of Truth
25. Gustavo González Gustavo González Self, Episode dated 23 September 2011
26. Pedro del Río Pedro del Río Actor, Demonios en el jardín
27. Luis San Juan Pallares Luis San Juan Pallares Animation Department, Frozen
28. Francesc Tormos Francesc Tormos Actor, Rabadán
29. Pepín Salvador Pepín Salvador Actor, The Holy Innocents
30. Eduardo López Busquets Eduardo López Busquets Self, Episode dated 16 May 2013
31. Antonio Aguilar Vicente Antonio Aguilar Vicente Director, Pánico en el distrito 18
32. Anna Moret Anna Moret Actress, Recorda Morir
33. Joaquín Prat Joaquín Prat Self, Episode dated 12 July 1994
34. Óskar Redondo Óskar Redondo Actor, The Adjoining Room
35. José Montó José Montó Actor, Los desastres de la guerra
36. Francisco Tomás y Valiente Francisco Tomás y Valiente Self, Episode dated 23 November 1995
37. Héctor Barberá Héctor Barberá Self, Desafío extremo
38. Manuel Granero Manuel Granero Self, Gloria que mata
39. Andreu Alfaro Andreu Alfaro Self, Episode #2.6
40. Concha Crespo Concha Crespo Self, Episode dated 14 January 2008
41. Victor Suñer Victor Suñer Director, Blackout Filmmaker who has built his career to date especially in the field of advertising and music videos with extensive experience in designing motion graphics and graphic design. He directed commercials for brands such as Rexona, Pepsi, Mizuno, Valencia C.F., Prima, Generalitat Valenciana and Norauto. He has worked as a freelance for agencies and production companies such as Publips...
42. Esteban González Pons Esteban González Pons Self, En clave de Ortifus
43. Pascual Sala Pascual Sala Self, Episode dated 27 May 1996
44. José Antonio Redolat José Antonio Redolat Self, El sueño olímpico. ADO 2004
45. Raul Dominguez Raul Dominguez Miscellaneous Crew, Draw the Line
46. Gori Muñoz Gori Muñoz Production Designer, The Bastard Gregorio Muñoz Montoro was born in Benicalap, Valencia. He studied in Valencia and Paris. Gori (as he was best known, an abbreviation of his name in Valencian language, Gregori) was a member of Alliance of Anti-fascists intellectuals during Spanish Civil War. He was forced into exile in 1939. He moved to Argentina...
47. Héctor Faubel Héctor Faubel Self, Episode dated 3 May 2012
48. Leo Segarra Leo Segarra Actor, ¿Pero por qué no te callas?
48 names.