Maribel Verdú is a Spanish actor and winner of two Goya Awards, the Spanish National Cinematography Prize and a Gold Medal given by the Spanish Film Academy in recognition of her career in Spain. In Mexico she won an Ariel Award for Best Actress for Pan’s Labyrinth, a film directed by Guillermo del Toro and that won three Oscars. She has worked with international directors such as Bigas Luna, Francis Ford Coppola and Alfonso Cuarón, under whose direction she starred in Y tu mamá también, a film that has become a classic in Latin American cinema. She is a member of the Hollywood, Spanish, Mexican and European film academies, and is the actress who has been nominated for most Goya Awards. She will talk to Roberto Pombo.
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