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Born January 18, 1968, Malaga is a Spanish actor, producer and journalist.
Antonio de la Torre received a journalism education, but always knew that he wanted to devote himself to the acting profession. He worked for Canal Sur Radio and also hosted a weekly sports news broadcast on the Canal Sur Television television channel. At the same time he spent every weekend in Madrid, attending various acting courses at the school of Christina Rota.
Antonio de la Torre made his film debut in 1994 in Emilio Martinez Lazaro's The Worst Years of Our Lives. On television, the actor was expected to succeed in the miniseries Padre Korahe (The Brave Priest). De la Torre is very busy in short films, where the actor started out with director Daniel Sanchez Arevalo. Subsequently, this director invited Antonio de la Torre to star in one of the main roles in his first feature film, "Dark Blue Almost Black." This role earned the actor the 2007 Goya Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Antonio de la Torre also starred a lot with director Alex de la Iglesia: in "Day of the Beast" in 1995, in "Die with Laughter" in 1999, in "Communal" in 2000 In 2010, Antonio de la Torre received his first leading role in the film A Sad Ballad for the Trumpet, for which he received a Goya nomination.
In 2009, Antonio de la Torre starred in Sanchez Arevalo's second film, the comedy Fat Men. The actor had to put on weight for the role of Enrique in this film by 33 kilograms, but this work earned him a second nomination for the Goya.
In the following years, Antonio de la Torre starred in several films, including The Island Inside (2009), Lope de Vega: The Libertine and the Seducer (biopic Lope de Vega, 2010) and The Cousins ??(again with Sanchez Arevalo, 2011).