Bio

Born in Barcelona, Fabián Castro started acting very early, joining a theater company when he was sixteen. Since then he began a journey that brought him to graduate in “Javier Galitó-Cava’s Meisner Technique Program”, study Stanislavski technique with Boris Rotenstein and work with the coach Isaac Alcayde at “Laura Jou Estudi per l’Actor”.

He had leading roles in films like “Los pájaros no vuelan de noche” directed by Albert and Pau Sansabrià Pac and “You shouldn’t have let me in” directed by Dave Parker for Tubi. He also participated in the TV series “Hipsterland”, the movie “Paradise Hills” directed by Alice Waddington and the Goya candidate short film “Anticlimax” directed by Nestor López and Óscar Romero. Besides that, he acted in a bunch of short films and also had some small parts in TV series like “Aída”.

In theater, he has been working in Madrid with A. Strindberg’s “Miss Julie” directed by Víctor Heranz and in Barcelona with the play “L’Última Trinxera”, a play where two young boys are thrown into the Spanish civil war.

He also studied stage combat and sword fighting with Valentina Calandriello and Isaac Morera. He also took horse riding lessons. He speaks Spanish, Catalan, English, Portuguese and French.

His biggest hobby is sports, he loves to surf, ski and he has been playing volleyball for a very long time.

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