Santiago Segura Silva is a Spanish actor, screenwriter, director and producer of Spanish cinema, popular for its pentalogy film series Torrente. He also worked to a lesser extent as a TV presenter, voice actor and comic writer, as well as being an original collector. At 12, he began making films with a Super-8 camera, and, after a recommendation from Fernando Trueba, began to make films in 35 mm, funded by his appearances in TV game shows. Fame would come with his first feature, Torrente, el brazo tonto de la ley, to be followed by numerous sequels that would make it the highest grossing Spanish film series.
|Born:||Santiago Segura Silva, July 17, 1965, Carabanchel, Madrid, Spain|
|Occupation:||Film director, screenwriter, producer and actor|
|Notable work:||Jose Luis Torrente (character)|
|Twitter:||Santiago Segura's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Santiago Segura's Instagram profile|
|IMDb:||Santiago Segura's IMDb|
About Santiago Segura
Spanish actor, screenwriter, director, and producer known for directing the Torrente series of films. He's also acted in movies like Blade II and Hellboy.
Santiago Segura Before Fame
He attended Complutense University of Madrid, after which he decided to pursue a career in film by directing short films.
Achievement of Santiago Segura
He directed Torrente 2: Misión en Marbella, which became the highest-grossing Spanish film of all time.
Santiago Segura Family Life
He married Maria Amaro and has two children.
Associations of Santiago Segura
He acted in the first two Hellboy films, directed by Guillermo Del Toro.
Information related to Santiago Segura
- Spanish comedians
- Male actors from Madrid
- 21st-century Spanish male actors
- 20th-century Spanish male actors
- Spanish film directors
- Spanish male film actors
- Complutense University of Madrid alumni