|Born||October 24, 1966
Pla was born in Madrid. He was a professional kickboxer between the ages of 18 to 32. An injury forced him to retire from the sport and he turned to acting. He has studied with Danielle Schneider and Ivana Chubbuck. He still teaches kickboxing and Muay Thai in Montreal.
He had supporting roles in films such as 16 Blocks, The Terminal, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, The Sum of All Fears, Jericho Mansions, and Max Payne. He was the male lead in the 2004 horror film Eternal. In 2009, Pla was the writer and director for Burning Mussolini, in which he also acted opposite his friend and ReGenesis co-star Peter Outerbridge. In 2013 he had a supporting role in the film Riddick as Vargas.
- Conrad Pla at the Internet Movie Database
-  Conrad Pla Allociné Template http://www.allocine.fr/personne/filmographie_gen_cpersonne=108355.html