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Iván Morales

Iván Morales (Barcelona, 1979) is a Catalan actor, director and screenplay writer, and a member of the Prisamata theatre company. He started out on the underground scene as a fanzine editor and free radio presenter, alongside his first early acting jobs. He took part in TV series such as El cor de la ciutat, Nissaga: l’herència and Poblenou (Televisió de Catalunya), Amistades peligrosas (Cuatro) and Gran Hotel (Antena 3). Morales has also been involved in films such as La caja Kovak (Daniel Monzón, 2006), Remake (Roger Gual, 2006), La silla (Julio D. Wallovits, 2006) and Una casa de locos (Cédric Klapisch, 2002), and the television films Cuatro estaciones (Marcel Barrena, 2009) and Ti piace Hitchcock? (Dario Argento, 2005).

As a screenplay writer, his name features in the credits of El truco del manco (Santiago A. Zannou, 2008), winner of three Goya Prizes, and Mi dulce (Jesús Mora, 2001), with Aitana Sánchez-Gijón. Morales has also written and directed the short films Dibujo de David (2007) and Ha llegado el momento de contarte mi secreto (2000).

He is currently working on the play Jo mai (Iván Morales/Companyia Prisamata), which opens at the Teatre CCCB as part of Barcelona’s Grec 2013 Festival. He recently directed Sé de un lugar, which was awarded the Butaca 2012 Prize for the Best Small-format Show and the Time Out Barcelona 2012 Prize for the Best Original Work, and was nominated for the Max 2013 Prize for the Surprise Success Show of 2012.

Companyia Prisamata

Update: 5 June 2013



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