Tristán Ulloa

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Tristán Ulloa (born 6 May 1970) is a Spanish actor, writer, and director.

Career[edit]

He was born in Orléans to Spanish grandparents exiled in France.[citation needed] His mother, Esther San Román, lives in Hortaleza, Madrid as of 2005.[1]

He has appeared in numerous films, notably Lucía y el sexo (Sex and Lucía), a 2001 Spanish drama film, written and directed by Julio Médem, with Paz Vega. Currently,[when?] he is expecting his first child with Argentine actress, Carolina Román.

Ulloa graduated from the Lycée Français de Madrid.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes
1996 Canguros José Miguel Ganga TV Series (1 Episode)
1997 Open Your Eyes Camarero Alejandro Amenábar
Memorias del ángel caído Alberto David Alonso & Fernando Cámara
1998 Mensaka Javi Salvador García Ruiz Toulouse Cinespaña - Best Actor
Nominated - Goya Award for Best New Actor
Nominated - Spanish Actors Union - Newcomer Award
Más que amigos Julio Víctor García & César Rodríguez Blanco TV Series (1 Episode)
La vida en el aire Álex Iñaki Mercero TV Series (13 Episodes)
1999 The Nameless Quiroga Jaume Balagueró
Rewind Pablo Nicolás Muñoz
Marta y alrededores Julio Nacho Pérez de la Paz & Jesús Ruiz
Las cabras de Freud Ángel Kike Maíllo Short
2000 Km. 0 Mario Yolanda García Serrano & Juan Luis Iborra
Pleure pas Germaine Miguel Ibáñez Alain de Halleux Nominated - Fotogramas de Plata - Best Movie Actor
El comisario Julio Ponce José Ramos Paíno & Alfonso Arandia TV Series (25 Episodes)
2001 Sex and Lucia Lorenzo Julio Medem Nominated - Goya Award for Best Actor
Nominated - Fotogramas de Plata - Best Movie Actor
2002 No debes estar aquí Sergio Jacobo Rispa
Volverás Carlos Antonio Chavarrías Mar del Plata Film Festival - Special Mention
Nominated - Ariel Award - Best Supporting Actor
Ciclo Tristán Ulloa & David Ulloa Director, Writer & Producer
2003 El lápiz del carpintero Daniel Da Barca Antón Reixa
Las voces de la noche Jorge Salvador García Ruiz (2)
2004 El juego de la verdad Ernesto Álvaro Fernández Armero
Tú la llevas Chico Rulo Pardo Short
Beats Albert Uria Short
2005 Maroa Joaquín Solveig Hoogesteijn
D'Artagnan et les trois mousquetaires Louis XIII Pierre Aknine
Diario de un skin Antonio Salas Jacobo Rispa (2) TV Movie
2006 Salvador Oriol Arau Manuel Huerga
El destino Pedro Miguel Pereira
El castigo Little Brother Isabel de Ayguavives Short
El espejo Rafa Lilí Cabrera & Valerio Veneras Short
2007 Mataharis Iñaki Icíar Bollaín Nominated - Goya Award for Best Actor
Nominated - Cinema Writers Circle Awards - Best Actor
Pudor Tristán Ulloa & David Ulloa (2) Director & Writer
Nominated - Goya Award for Best New Director
Nominated - Goya Award for Best Adapted Screenplay
Nominated - Chicago International Film Festival - Best Feature
Nominated - Karlovy Vary International Film Festival - Crystal Globe
Nominated - Málaga Spanish Film Festival - Golden Biznaga
Nominated - Warsaw International Film Festival - Grand Prix
Nominated - Cinema Writers Circle Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay
2009 After Manuel Alberto Rodríguez Librero
The Frost Raúl Ferran Audí
Un buen hombre Vicente Juan Martínez Moreno
Otra ciudad Rafa Sílvia Quer TV Movie
Muchachada Nui Miembro Iglesia de la Cosmología Joaquín Reyes TV Series (1 Episode)
2010 Un lugar lejano Roque Joseph Novoa
Que se mueran los feos Abel Nacho G. Velilla
La recolectora Oftalmólogo Sara Mazkiaran Short
2010-13 Gran Reserva Miguel Cortázar Carlos Sedes, Manuel Gómez Pereira, ... TV Series (42 Episodes)
2012 Asterix and Obelix: God Save Britannia Claudius Lapsus Laurent Tirard
2013 Gente en sitios Juan Cavestany
El tiempo entre costuras Juan Luis Beigbeder Iñaki Mercero (2) & Iñaki Peñafiel TV Series (5 Episodes)
Spanish Actors Union - Performance in a Minor Role, Male
Zapping Awards - Best Actor
2014 The Last Hammer Blow Fabio Alix Delaporte
En directo Wenceslao Scyzoryk Short
2015 Altamira Hugh Hudson
Los nuestros Iñaki Salvador Calvo TV Mini-Series
2016 Crash test Aglaé Eric Gravel

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Hidalgo, Susana. "Hortaleza, territorio francés" (Archive). El País. 23 January 2005. Retrieved on 22 September 2015.

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