Jimmy Castro Biography
Jimmy Castro Vioque born in Madrid, 1st October 20 , 1987 is a Spanish actor, of Nigerian origin, who gained popularity during his childhood by playing the character of Hakim in the series Sisters , and later presenting the youth program Club Disney .
At the early age of 8 he had his first role in a TV-show. He studied philosophy for three years before dedicating himself full-time to acting, attending courses in Madrid and New York City to perfect his craft.
He’s had several fictional roles, some of them in movies like, “Where the road runs out?” and “Smoking Club 129 Normas”, (“Smoking Club 129 Rules”). He also had a role in the popular Spanish television series , “Los Hombres de Paco” (“Paco’s Men”), and Still Star Crossed, an American production for ABC studios.
In theatre he’s had roles in plays like “La Ola” (“The Wave”) in Madrid and was part of the 4th graduating class in La Joven Compañía de Teatro Clásico Nacional, where he starred in “Pedro de Urdemalas”, written by the world-renowned Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes. He also wrote and directed the short film “¿Y por qué no?” (“Why not?”) which he also starred in.
Jimmy Castro TV Series
|nineteen ninety six||Kangaroos||Boy||Antena3|
|2007 (*)||Like the dog and the cat||TVE|
|2008||Dos de Mayo: Freedom of a nation||FORTA|
|2012||The escape||Ander Echegui||Telecinco|
Jimmy Castro Television programs
|The intermediate: International Edition||2013|
Jimmy Castro Cinema
|Do not say anything||Mario||Felipe Jiménez Luna||2006|
|Where the Road Runs Out||Cabbie||Rudolf Buitenchad||2012|
|Smoking Club (129 rules)||Danny||Alberto Utrera||2017|
Jimmy Castro Theater
|Been so long . Directed by Juan Codina.||Che Walker||2011|
|Murderers Directed by Chos.||Álvaro Tato||2012|
|Chicken and rabbit . Directed by Nacho López.||Nacho López||2013|
|A winter story Directed by Carlos Martínez-Abarca||William Shakespeare||2014|
|The Wave Directed by Marc Montserrat.||Ignacio García May||2015|
|Lend me your words . JCNTC. Directed by Álex Ruiz Pastor||Calderón de la Barca / Lope de Vega||2016|