Carlos Blanco Vila

Category: Actor, director and announcer
Birth Place: Vilagarcía de Arousa (Pontevedra)
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He participated in the following theatre plays: The days before by Robert Wilson about texts by Humberto Eco, (joint narrator with Isabella Rossellini), Os Xustos by Albert Camús (joint main character), A fiestra baldeira by Rafael Dieste (main character), Dias sen Gloria by Roberto Vidal Bolaño (main character together with Maria Pujalte), A grande noite de Fiz by Miguel Anxo Murado, Historia do Zoo by Eduard Albee (main character), Doberman by Antón Reixa (Main character. Show imagined by Antón Reixa for Carlos Blanco and Celso Parada), As laranxas máis laranxas de todas as laranxas by Carlos Casares (main character). As a playwright and actor, he performed Directamente Paco II (musical show directed by Quico Cadaval) and as a playwright, actor and director he performed O país da comedia (humorous show), A historia/histeria de Lili Brown. (Musical show), Directamente Paco (musical show). He has been lately carrying out a continuous activity as a narrator both in Galicia and the rest of Spain (Madrid, Barcelona, Zamora, Salamanca and Avila) as well as in Holland and Portugal. As a TV actor, he worked in the serial Mareas Vivas (he played the role of Ladislao in seventy-two episodes on the most ever seen serial on Galician TV. He also wrote the script of three episodes of the serial and played some episodic roles in serials such as Hospital Central (Tele 5), Código Fuego (Ant 3), Pratos Combinados (TVG), Una nueva vida (Tele 5), Compañeros (Ant 3) and A Familia Pita (TVG). He had a special participation in programmes such as Con Perdón (TVG), El Club de la Comedia (Canal +, Tele 5) or Luar (TVG). He presented and acted in: ‘Gala de los Premios Maria Casares 2003’, ‘Sitio Distinto’, ‘Selección Galega’, ‘A Familia Mudanza’ and the game shows ‘A Reoca’ and ‘Saber e xogar’. He also participated in the films O lapís do carpinteiro, Sei quen es, O alquimista impaciente, Secuestrados en Georgia, Hipotálamo, A Gabardina and Hotel. As far as his collaborations in the radio are concerned, he presented ‘Diario Cultural’ (a cultural programme), ‘Galicia en Goles’ in ‘Radio Galega’ (a sports programme), ‘Esta mañá’ in ‘Radio Galega’ as well as musical programmes and programmes for children. He also worked as an announcer in other radio stations such as ‘Cadena Ser’ and ‘Ondas Galicia’.

 Other Interesting Aspects

He had his own theatre comnpany for over eight years. He was awarded ‘Galicia’ Journalism Prize for his programme ‘Galicia en Goles’, ‘María Casares’ Prize for the best theatre adaptations for the show ‘Nano’ (Adro Theatre), directed by Cándido Pazó, and finalist at the ‘Club de la Comedia 2003’ Monologue Contest.