Unax Ugalde

Few internationally active actors hail from Spain's Basque region; Unax Ungalde is one of the very few. He made his first appearance while quite young, in the TV show "Entre dos fuegos" (1998), produced by Basque ... Read more »
Born: 11/27/1978 in Spain

Filmography

Actor (20)

Bon Appetit 2015 (Movie)

(Actor)

Argento's Dracula 3D 2013 (Movie)

Harker (Actor)

Lasa y Zabala 2013 (Movie)

(Actor)

Somos gente honrada 2012 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Valley 2012 (Movie)

(Actor)

There Be Dragons 2011 (Movie)

Pedro (Actor)

No Controles 2010 (Movie)

(Actor)

Che: Part One 2008 (Movie)

"Vaquerito" Roberto Rodriguez (Actor)

Che: Part Two 2008 (Movie)

Little Cowboy (Actor)

Savage Grace 2008 (Movie)

Black Jake (Actor)

Goya's Ghosts 2007 (Movie)

Angel Bilbatua (Actor)

Love in the Time of Cholera 2007 (Movie)

Young Florentino (Actor)

Alatriste 2006 (Movie)

Older Inigo (Actor)

Rosario Tijeras 2005 (Movie)

Antonio (Actor)

Camara Oscura 2004 (Movie)

Ivan (Actor)

Cold Winter Sun 2004 (Movie)

Adrian (Actor)

Hector 2003 (Movie)

Gorilo (Actor)

Mi Dulce 2001 (Movie)

Oscar (Actor)

Sleeping Beauties 2000 (Movie)

(Actor)

Bailame el Agua 1999 (Movie)

David (Actor)

Biography

Few internationally active actors hail from Spain's Basque region; Unax Ungalde is one of the very few. He made his first appearance while quite young, in the TV show "Entre dos fuegos" (1998), produced by Basque television. The ambitious Ugalde didn't stay in his home region long, however. He moved to his country's capital of Madrid and landed several roles in productions based there. His work in such series as "A las once en casa" (1998) and "Periodistas" (2001) won him acclaim and notice in Spain, and he soon made his film debut in 2000's "Báilame el agua". The next few years saw Unglade making more frequent appearances on the big screen, most notably in "Héctor" (2004), for which he was nominated for a Goya, the country's equivalent of the Oscars. Shortly after this, Ungalde expanded his career to include international productions. He played the brother of Natalie Portman's character in the 2006 historical drama "Goya's Ghosts", and he enjoyed a high-profile role as the teenage version of the main character in the 2007 adaptation of the classic novel "Love in the Time of Cholera". That same year, Ungalde also had a small part (as "Black" Jake Martinez) in the true-story-inspired psychodrama "Savage Grace", starring Julianne Moore.

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