Álvaro Varo Hernández

Álvaro Varo Hernández



Álvaro Varo Hernández is a Spanish actor best known for his roles in the television series and feature films. He was born in Barcelona, Spain on April 5th, 1988.

He started his career at a young age, appearing in various advertisements and television programs. In 2011, he made his feature film debut in the comedy-drama Una Noche de Amor, where he starred as a younger version of the lead character. After this, he began appearing in a variety of television dramas, including El Internado, El Príncipe, and El Intermedio. He also appeared in the Spanish version of the film The Impossible, as well as in the feature film El Nacimiento de una Nación.

In 2014, he made his debut as a lead actor in the television series Algo Está Pasando. The show was a huge success, and he was praised for his performance. He has since appeared in several other television series, including El Día Menos Pensado, La Selección and El Vecino.

In 2017, he starred in the feature film Abracadabra, which was a great success and earned him a Goya Award for Best New Actor. He also starred in the Netflix series Cable Girls, where he played a mysterious character.

In 2019, he was cast in the lead role in the feature film El Despertar de la Primavera, which was shot in Spain and France. The film was praised by critics and audiences alike, and earned him another Goya Award nomination.

Aside from acting, Álvaro is also involved in several charitable and social causes. He is a member of the organization Fundación Cazalla Intercultural, which works to promote cultural diversity and social inclusion. He also supports various other social initiatives, such as the campaign to end violence against women in Mexico.

Álvaro Varo Hernández is a talented and versatile actor who has achieved great success in his career. He is admired for his hard work and dedication, and is an inspiration to aspiring actors everywhere.

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