Andrés Rabadán (born June 25, 1978) is a Spanish actor, director, and producer best known for his roles in the television series, El Chiringuito de Pepe and Los Serrano.
Born in Seville, Spain, Rabadán began his acting career at a young age by taking classes at the local theater. At the age of 17, he moved to Barcelona to study drama at the Institut del Teatre. After finishing his studies, he began appearing in theater and television productions in Spain. He made his big-screen debut in the 2001 film, Los Serrano, which was a major hit in Spain and earned him critical acclaim.
Rabadán was then cast in El Chiringuito de Pepe, a popular Spanish sitcom, as the lead character, Pepe. The show aired for seven seasons and was a major success in Spain, earning Rabadán numerous awards and accolades. He also appeared in films such as La Vida en el Aire (2002), El Asaltante (2003), and El Lobo (2008).
In addition to his acting career, Rabadán has also worked as a director and producer. He directed the film El Lobo and produced the television series, Los Serrano. He has also directed several stage productions, including Romeo and Juliet (2007) and Othello (2009).
Throughout his acting career, Rabadán has earned numerous awards and accolades, including two Goya Awards and two TP de Oro Awards. He has also received a nomination for the Premios Feroz for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series.
Rabadán has become an icon in Spain thanks to his acting and directing career. He has been praised for his versatility and skill, and has become a popular figure in the Spanish entertainment industry. He continues to act, direct, and produce projects in Spain, and is currently working on his next project.