Pere Arquillué

Actor with a long and fruitful career in theatre, film and television, highlights among his awards include four Butaca Prizes to the Best Theatre Actor, two Theatre Critics’ prizes for acting and the Ciutat de Barcelona prize 2011.

© CCCB, Carlos Cazurro, 2019

Pere Arquillué (Terrassa, 1967) has worked as an actor since 1990. During recent years, highlights include his participation in Els veïns de dalt by Cesc Gay, Art by Yasmina Reza (directed by Miquel Gorriz), Krum by Hanoch Levin, Un enemic del poble by Henrik Ibsen (directed by Miguel del Arco), Qui té por de Virginia Woolf by Edward Albee (directed by Daniel Veronese), Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand (directed by Oriol Broggi), L’arquitecte by David Greig (directed by Julio Manrique) and Vida privada by Josep Maria de Sagarra (directed by Xavier Albertí).

In the cinema sector, he has participated in around fifteen films under the directing orders of Ventura Pons, Josep M. Forn, Carlos Saura and Fernando León de Aranoa. Outstanding television work in recent years include his appearances in series such as La Riera, Cazadores de hombres, Zoo and Mar de fons.

He has received around a dozen prize awards, prominently including four Butaca Prizes for the Best Theatre Actor (2008, 2011, 2012 and 2013), two Theatre Critics’ prizes for acting (1997 and 2009), the Ciutat de Barcelona Prize 2011, the 1st National Culture Prize (Theatre) in 2011 and the Jordi Dauder prize 2013 awarded at the Latin American Cinema Exhibition of Lleida 2012.

Update: 23/01/2019 12:00 am

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