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Silvia Abascal

Silvia Abascal
Silvia Abascal, 2003
Born Silvia Abascal Estrada
(1979-03-20) March 20, 1979
Madrid, Spain
Occupation Actress
Years active 1992–present

Silvia Abascal Estrada, (Spanish pronunciation: , born March 20, 1979 in Madrid) is a Spanish actress.

Her first chance came in 1992 in Chicho Ibáñez Serrador's TV program Un, dos, tres... responda otra vez. She became popular thanks to the sitcom Pepa y Pepe in 1994. She studied drama with Juan Carlos Coraza among others, Spanish dance and ballet.

Her sister Natalia Abascal is also an actress and she has collaborated with several NGOs (she was Unicef Ambassador in the Spanish Committee Unicef-Comité español).

The actress Silvia Abascal was admitted to the ICU of the Hospital Gregorio Marañón de Madrid after suffering a stroke at the close of the Malaga Film Festival, according to information published by the magazine "Diez Minutos".

Partial filmography

TV

Teatre

  • La gaviota (2010)
  • Días de vino y rosas (2009–10)
  • Gatas (2008)
  • Siglo XX... que estás en los cielos (2006)
  • Historia de una vida (2005)

Prizes

Premio Goya

Unión de Actores

  • 2005: Nomination to Best Theatre Actress for Historia de una vida.
  • 2004: Nomination to Best Actress in a Supporting Role for El Lobo

Festival de Málaga

External links

  • Web Oficial
  • SilviaAbascal.net
  • Silvia Abascal in the IMDb
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