Guillermo Estrella English Actor

Guillermo Estrella is a Spanish Actor. He was born on the day of Christmas, which is December 25, in the year 2001. He is a native of a town called Retiro which is situated in the Madrid, the state with the football fame in Spain. His mother Paz Estrella Mora has also always been connected with the film industry in one way or the other. Guillermo’s name is inspired from the famous Filipino sculptor of the same name. Guillermo wanted to be in movies since he was three to four years old and has become a successful and world renowned actor at a young age of 11. He is known for movies like Dear Child Jesus, La Soga and Biutiful. However, most of his flicks are in Spanish and hence, they don’t reach international cinema worldwide. He is waiting for the right opportunity in Hollywood and English Cinema to become an international star. Along with his hectic professional life, Guillermo tries to maintain a low-key personal life.

He continues with his education by homeschooling and is working hard to catch up with the regular school kids. Guillermo Estrella has had the opportunity, at a very young age, to work with legendary filmmakers of the stature of the great Gonzalez Inarritu and with International actors like Joaquim de Almeida. Guillermo has worked with the former in the film Biutiful where he portrayed the character of the son of Javier Bardem Javier Bardem was born into a Spanish family from >> Read More... Javier Bardem . He worked with the latter in Three-60 along with Geraldine Chaplin. Apart from movies, he has also starred in TV series like Father. His Spanish feature film The Dagger of Rasputin was a blockbuster in Spain. Furthermore, he has participated in shows like, Tell Me How it Happened, Aida and The Boat. Guillermo’s portrayal of Manu in the famous series Chiringuiyo Pepe which is broadcast on Telecinco got him a lot of recognition.

Even at such a young age, Guillermo has managed to land some very prestigious awards. He has won a total of 42 awards and a tonne of other nominations. He received the Best Leading Actor Award at the Winter Shorts Film Festival (USA), Cinema Image et Vie and Angry film Festival (Australia). Biutiful received an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film as well as Best Leading Actor. Moreover, Film Festivals of Italy, Mexico, Brazil and Senegal also awarded him for his outstanding performance as a young lead for several roles he has wonderfully portrayed.