Roger Casamajor Esteban
17 December 1976
Roger Casamajor (born 17 December 1976 in La Seu d'Urgell) is a Spanish television, theater and film actor.
He began his acting career in the theater in Andorra training as part of the company Somhiteatre and he traveled through Catalonia with a number of plays like The Shawl (David Mamet), A Respectable Wedding (Bertold Brecht), or Farses Medievals. He later moved to Barcelona to continue with acting studies in the Col.legi of Theatre and the Institut del Teatre.
He makes his film debut film in 2000 playing the lead in Agusti Villaronga's The Sea. Among his subsequent films are: Salvajes directed by Carlos Miller, 2001), Warriors (Daniel Calparsoro, 2001), Nubes de verano (Felipe Vega, 2004), Pan's Labyrinth (Guillermo del Toro, 2006) and Pa negre (Agusti Villaronga, 2010) for which he won the Gaudi Award as best supporting actor. Casamajor has also appears in television in Catalonia like : Temps de silenci (2001), Angels sants (2006) and Fons Sea (2006–07), besides continuing with his theater work in plays like The Tinent d'Inishmore, Carnival, etc..).
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