Ruth Gabriel

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Ruth Gabriel (born Ruth Sánchez Bueno, San Fernando, Cadiz, Spain; July 10, 1975) is a Spanish actress.

Daughter of the actor Ismael Sánchez Abellán and actress and writer Ana María Bueno (better known as Ana Rosetti), Gabriel was born in San Fernando, Cadiz, but spent her childhood in Madrid.

At 14 years of age, she moved to the United States, where she took interpretation classes. She later continued her education in Florence, where her mother had moved. Upon returning to Madrid, she continued her artistic development through dance and fencing classes, working as a waiter.

She took the name Ruth Gabriel when she acted in her first film, Días contados by Imanol Uribe. She received the Concha de Oro and the Goya Award for Best New Actress and was nominated for Best Leading Actress.

She acted in Señales de fuego, by the Portuguese Luis Filipe Rocha; Gran Slalom, by Jaime Chávarri; and 99.9, by Agustí Villaronga.

She participated in the first season of the series Querido maestro, with Imanol Arias y Emma Suárez between 1997 and 1998. In 1997 she appeared in Nostromo.

Her first interpretation job was for the Spanish version of Sesame Street (Barrio Sésamo),





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