(Málaga, 1978). A Performing Arts graduate and specialised in Acting by the Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático (ESAD) from Málaga. Fran Perea has shot for Antonio Banderas in Summer Rain; for Emilio Martínez Lázaro in 13 roses and for Paula Ortiz in From your window to mine. His latest short films have been El Opositor, Life vest under your seat, selected at the 2013 Goya Awards, and Eladio y la puerta interdimensional. He also directed his first short film El Bailarín, framed in the project ‘Historias que cuentan’ by Havana Club 7 and the El Duende magazine, with Chevi Muraday as the leading actor and Víctor Clavijo. That short film premiered last June 6th in Madrid.
As far as theatre is concerned, Fran Perea has taken part in important projects like: Fedra by José Carlos Plaza (script by Juan Mayorga); then, Don Juan. El burlador de Sevilla; Electra; and Todos eran mis hijos, all of them by Argentinian director Claudio Tolcachir.
Fran has founded his own company, Feelgood Teatro, and adapted Feelgood by Alistair Beaton and La Estupidez of Rafael Spregelburd. Fran Perea has had a long career on TV: La sonata del silencio, B&b or Luna, el misterio de Calenda. He has also participated in the Hospital Central, Los Serrano and Al salir de Clase TV series, which led to his success.