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Santiago Molero

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Santiago Molero was born in Ajofrín (Toledo) in 1975 and received his degree at the Royal School for Dramatic Arts in Madrid. As an actor, he has performed in more than twenty plays. He is a founding member of the theatrical company SEXPEARE, for which he has written and starred in more than a dozen shows, including “¡Qué pelo más guay!,” “H, el pequeño niño obeso quiere ser cineasta,” “For Sale,” “Solomillo, una historia poco hecha,” ”Gracias Grecia,” and “Sexpearemente,” among others. He has starred in the feature films “El síndrome de Svenson,” by Kepa Sojo; “Black Diamonds,” by Miguel Alcantud; and “Qué pelo más guay,” for which he also wrote the script. He has worked on more than 100 episodes for television series, including “Aída,” “Gominolas,” “La familia mata,” and “Águila roja,” among others. 

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