Imanol Arias


Imanol Arias

Infobox actor
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birthname = Manuel María Arias Domínguez
yearsactive = 1976 -
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Imanol Arias born Manuel María Arias Domínguez ( 26 April 1956 in Riaño, Spain), is a Spanish actor and one off film director.

Imanol Arias began his career with a travelling theatre group in Spain performing in Euskadi (Basque). He debuted on TV in 1976 and his first film was in "Cecilia (1980)" of 'Humberto Solas'. In 1987 he won the prize at the San Sebastian Film Festival for the interpretation of Eleuterio Sánchez in "Lute: El Camina o Revienta (1987)".

Since 1976 he has appeared in some 70 different films and TV programmes.

In 1996 he directed Un Asunto Privado. The only other he directed was a TV programme in 1989.

Imanol Arias is Ambassador for UNICEF.

Filmography

* "La corea", by Pedro Olea (1976)
* "Laberinto de pasiones", by Pedro Almodóvar (1982)
* "Demonios en el Jardín", by Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón
* "La colmena", by Mario Camus (1982)
* "Bearn o la sala de las muñecas", by Jaime Chávarri (1983)
* "Camila", by María Luisa Bemberg (1984).
* "Fuego Eterno", by José Ángel Rebolledo (1984)
* "La muerte de Mikel", by Imanol Uribe (1984)
* "Lulu de Noche", by Emilio Martínez Lázaro (1985)
* "Bandera Negra", by Pedro Olea (1986)
* "Tiempo de silencio", by Vicente Aranda (1986)
* "", by Vicente Aranda (1987)
* "Divinas palabras", by José Luis García Sánchez (1987)
* "", by Vicente Aranda (1988)
* "A solas contigo", by Eduardo Campoy (1990)
* "Veraz", by Xavier Castano (1991)
* "Una mujer bajo la lluvia", by Gerardo Vera (1992)
* "El Amante Bilingüe", by Vicente Aranda (1993)
* "Tierno verano de lujurias y azoteas", by Jaime Chávarri (1993)
* "Intruso", by Vicente Aranda (1993)
* "Sálvate si puedes", by Joaquín Trincado (1994)
* "Todos los hombres sois iguales", by Manuel Gómez Pereira (1994)
* "La leyenda de Balthasar, el castrado", by Juan Miñón (1994)
* "La flor de mi secreto", by Pedro Almodóvar (1995)
* "A tres bandas", by Enrico Coletti (1996)
* "Territorio comanche", by Gerardo Herrero (1996)
* "Ilona llega con la lluvia", by Sergio Cabrera (1996)
* "Rigor mortis", by Koldo Azkarreta (1996)
* "En brazos de la mujer madura", by Manuel Lombardero (1996)
* "África", by Alfonso Ungría (1996)
* "Buenos Aires me mata", by Beda Docampo Feijóo (1997)
* "Quiero morir", by Toni Meca (2000)
* "Esperando al mesías", by Daniel Burman (2000)
* "La voz de su amo", by Emilio Martínez Lázaro (2000)
* "Una casa con vistas al mar", by Alberto Arvelo (2001)
* "Salvajes", by Carlos Molinero (2001)
* "Besos de gato", by Rafael Alcázar (2003)
* "Laura", by Tote Trenas (2004)
* "La semana que viene (sin falta)", de Josetxo San Mateo (2006)
* "Lo que tiene el otro", by Miguel Perelló (2006)

External links

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