Lluís Homar at the Gaudí Awards (2011)
|Born||Lluís Homar i Toboso
20 April 1957
Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain
Homar studied law at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, but left before graduating to pursue theater at the Institut del Teatre where he began his trajectory as an actor. Homar is best known for his roles in Pedro Almodóvar's Bad Education (2004) and Broken Embraces (2009), as well as Emilio Aragón's Paper Birds (2010) and Kike Maíllo's Eva (2011), for which he won both the Gaudí Award and the Goya Award for Best Supporting Actor.
- José De Urdanechea (March 1, 2012). "Lluís Homar: "Si me dan otro Goya, no me enrollaré tanto"". GQ. Retrieved December 9, 2012. (Spanish)
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