Extremaduran actress Clara Alvarado, known for films like ‘Selfie’ and internationally successful series like ‘La casa de papel’, has decided to park her artistic side and take advantage of your nursing degree to help fight coronavirus in a Madrid hospital.
Her press agency has explained in a statement that Clara Alvarado (Navalmoral de la Mata, Cáceres, 1990), studied music and singing at the Municipal School of Music in her native town since she was eight years old and later moved to Madrid to study Nursing and it is there when he discovers his true vocation which is acting and studies both careers successfully.
He has participated in several short films and in great theatrical successes such as ‘The Call’, directed by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrosi; ‘My mother, Serrat and I’, under the orders of Carlos de Matteis, ‘Hercules’ and ‘La bella Helena’, both directed by Ricard Reguant. His latest works, together with Concha Velasco in ‘El funeral’ directed by Manuel Velasco and premiered at the Teatro de la Latina in Madrid and the musical ‘Flashdance’.
With regard to television, he has worked on ‘La que se avecina’ (Telecinco), ‘Cuéntame como él’ (TVE), ‘Acacias 38’ (TVE) and on film in films such as ‘Selfie’ by Víctor Garcia León, ‘Sanfelices’ by Roberto Lázaro or ‘The call’ by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrosi.