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Rubén Ochandiano
 

Rubén Ochandiano was born in Madrid in 1980. He studied acting at the Juan Carlos Corazza School and with Manuel Morón, combined with acting and dance classes at Madrid’s Teatro de la Danza.

He had his first television role in the series Médico de Familia, also making appearances in others such as Al Salir de Clase, Periodistas and Policías and having obtained numerous accolades for his work in fictional series. In France, he recently presented Olivier Massat-Depasse’s Le Sanctuaire (2015), with Juana Acosta, Álex Brendemühl and Jérémie Renier, a huge success with the French audience.

His film career spans Spain and France, having worked with some of the most important directors on the international film scene, such as Pedro Almodóvar in Los abrazos rotos (Broken Embraces, 2009), Alejandro G. Iñarritu in Biutiful (2010), Steven Soderbergh in Che: Part One (2008) and Che: Part Two (2008), Juan José Campanella in Vientos de Agua (2006) and Gabriele Salvatores in Amnesia (2002).

He received a New Actor Goya nomination for his work in Montxo Armendáriz’s Silencio Roto (Broken Silence, 2001).

As a writer he has published two novels, Historia de Amor Sin Título and ¡Animal!, in addition to regularly contributing to different publications at national level. He has also directed theatre to remarkable critical and audience acclaim.

His currently pending works are release of the films Infiltrator by the North American filmmaker Brad Furman, alongside Bryan Cranston and Diane Kruger; Incidencias by José Corbacho and Juan Cruz, with whom he resumes work following the success of Tapas (2005); and Vulcania by José Skaf.

He recently completed shooting his first series as a creator, Mucha Mierda, written and directed for MoviStar + and scheduled for release in late 2015.

 

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