Silvia Munt

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Munt and the second or maternal family name is Quevedo.
Silvia Munt
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Born Silvia Munt Quevedo
(1957-03-24) March 24, 1957 (age 57)
Barcelona, Spain

Silvia Munt Quevedo, (Barcelona, March 24, 1957) is a Spanish actress and film director. She has won two Goya Award, Best Actress for her role in Alas de mariposa, and Best Short Documentary, Lalia, written and directed by Munt. She has a sister and two brothers.

Cinema (as actress)[edit]

Cinema (as director)[edit]

  • 2003- Elena Dimitrievna Diakonova. Gala (documentary)
  • 1999- Lalia (short film)
  • 1998- Déjeme que le cuente (short film)

Theatre (as actress)[edit]

  • 2005- Surabaya, by Marc Rosich (Directora) Teatre Romea, Barcelona.
  • 1996/97- Ángeles en América Tony Kushner. Dir. Josep M. Flotats TNC
  • 1994- La muerte y la doncella Ariel Dorfman. Dir. Boris Rotenstein
  • 1993- Cartas de amor A. R. Gurney. Dir. Josep Costa
  • 1990- Las tres hermanas Anton Chekhov. Dir. Pierre Romans. Cía. J. Ma. Flotats
  • 1990- Trío en Mi bemol Eric Rohmer. Dir. Fernando Trueba. Centro Dramático Nacional. Gira años 91 y 92.
  • 1987- La Filla del Carmesí. J. Ma. de Sagarra. Dir. Jordi Mesalles.
  • 1986- Romeo y Julieta William Shakespeare. Dir. Esteve Polls.
  • 1986- Antígona Salvador Espriu. Dir. Joan Ollé.
  • 1982- Cyrano de Bergerac Edmond Ronstand. Dir. Damià Barbany.
  • 1979- La Blancarrosa, sirena de la mar blava. Damià Barbany.
  • 1977- Sueño de una noche de verano William Shakespeare. Salón Diana.
  • 1977- Canigó J. Verdaguer. Dir. Esteve Polls.

Theatre (as producer)[edit]

In 1987 she creates her own company:

  • Ondina, by J. Giraudoux. Dir. Santiago Sans.
  • La nieta del sol, by Ever M. Blanchet. Dir. Colectiva.

Television (as actress)[edit]

  • 2004 - The Crown, telefilm by Peter de Vamm (Netherlands).
  • 2004 - Palabras mágicas, telefilm by Octavi Masiá (Trivisión).
  • 2003 - Le meilleur commerce du monde, telefilm by Bruno Gantillon (France).
  • 2003 - Fragmentos, telefilm by Judith Collell.
  • 2001 - Maxima's Miracle, telefilm by Paul Ruven (Pieter Van Huystee Film, Netherlands).
  • 2002 - L´aîné des Ferchaux, telefilm in two parts by Bernard Stora. Prod. GMT-TF1 (France).
  • 1998 - Tío Willy (series by Pablo Ibáñez for TVE).
  • 1995 - Dones i homes, telefilm by Antoni Verdaguer para TV3.
  • 1993 - Arnau (Lluis Ma. Güell), TV3.
  • 1992 - Celia in the role of Madre Corazón, directed by José Luis Borau for Televisión Española (TVE).
  • 1989 - El obispo leproso (José Ma. Gutiérrez), TVE.
  • 1983 - Teresa de Jesús (Josefina Molina), TVE.
  • 1981 - La plaza del diamante (Francesc Betriu), TVE.

Television (as director)[edit]

  • 2006 - Cosses que passen, TV movie. Co-Prod. TV3 y Canal Sur.
  • 2003 - Las hijas de Mohamed (telefilm).
  • 2000 - Quia (telefilm for TV3).

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