Ariadna Gil

Ariadna Gil is the type of actress that does not rest on her laurels or coast on her own beauty. Her film work has been defined by a willingness to take on difficult roles in movies that are off the beaten path. Born in ... Read more »
Born: 01/23/1969 in Barcelona, ES

Filmography

Actor (36)

Treading Water 2015 (Movie)

Sophie (Actor)

Room 304 2011 (Movie)

Teresa (Actor)

All Night Long 2009 (Movie)

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El Baile de la Victoria 2009 (Movie)

Teresa Capriatti (Actor)

Appaloosa 2008 (Movie)

Katie (Actor)

Walking Vengeance 2008 (Movie)

Aurora (Actor)

Bienvenido a casa 2006 (Movie)

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Pan's Labyrinth 2006 (Movie)

Carmen (Actor)

Una Estrella Y Dos Cafes 2006 (Movie)

Ana (Actor)

Ausentes 2005 (Movie)

Julia (Actor)

Hormigas en la boca 2005 (Movie)

Julia (Actor)

Camera Obscura 2003 (Movie)

Maria (Actor)

Soldados De Salamina 2003 (Movie)

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Bear's Kiss 2002 (Movie)

Carmen (Actor)

El Embrugo de Shanghai 2002 (Movie)

Anita (Actor)

Jet Set 2002 (Movie)

Andrea Dionakis (Actor)

The Virgin of Lust 2002 (Movie)

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Off Key 2001 (Movie)

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Second Skin 2001 (Movie)

Elena (Actor)

El Lado Oscuro del Corazon 2 2000 (Movie)

Alejandra (Actor)

Nueces para el Amor 1999 (Movie)

Alicia (Actor)

Obra Maestra 1999 (Movie)

Amanda Castro (Actor)

Don Juan 1998 (Movie)

Charlotte (Actor)

Lagrimas Negras 1998 (Movie)

Isabel (Actor)

Talk of Angels 1998 (Movie)

Beatriz (Actor)

Celestial Clockwork 1996 (Movie)

Ana (Actor)

Libertarias 1996 (Movie)

Maria (Actor)

Malena Es un Nombre de Tango 1996 (Movie)

Malena (Actor)

Antartida 1995 (Movie)

Maria (Actor)

Trenvia a la Malvarrosa 1995 (Movie)

La China (Actor)

Amo Tu Cama Rica 1994 (Movie)

Sara (Actor)

Belle Epoque 1994 (Movie)

Violeta (Actor)

It's All Lies 1994 (Movie)

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Los Peores Años de Nuestra Vida 1994 (Movie)

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Capitan Escalaborns 1991 (Movie)

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Revolver (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

Ariadna Gil is the type of actress that does not rest on her laurels or coast on her own beauty. Her film work has been defined by a willingness to take on difficult roles in movies that are off the beaten path. Born in Barcelona, she initially gained minor celebrity singing for her brothers' band, Matamala, before becoming a local on-air television personality. In 1986, she was discovered by artist and film director Bigas Luna , who cast her in a supporting part in the treacherous romance "Lola." Roles in small but ambitious Spanish films followed until her big break came with 1992's lively period comedy "Belle Epoque," in which her gender-bending portrayal of the lesbian Violeta was the first in a string of unique roles that have defined her career. She portrayed a runaway bride with dreams of becoming an opera diva in the quirky French comedy "Celestial Clockwork," a nun who becomes an anarchist in the harrowing historical drama "Freedomfighters," a mentally troubled lover in "Black Tears," and the put-upon wife of a fascist officer in Guillermo Del Toro's war-torn fairy tale "Pan's Labyrinth." She has branched out internationally, appearing in films from Mexico, Argentina, and and America, most notably the Ed Harris indie western "Appaloosa" ('08).

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