He was born in Lanzarote and moved to Madrid where he studied Drama at the Actor Studio, with Juan Carlos Corazza, Performing Arts with Manuel Morón and Ana Gracia, singing with Mónica Dorta and doing the Linklater Method with Nuria Castaño.
He featured the monologue Manning directed by Jose Martret and Shaskespeare’s Children directed by Juan Carlos Corazza. He also took part in the short film The Excused directed by Aldara Filgueras and Ana Cano. He created and directed Pildoras Rosadas and ¿Qué sabes tú de mis tristezas?
He’s currently working on César, Batalla y Fuego, a show created to mark the hundred-year birth anniversary of César Manrique, based on ideas and quotes by the artist.