Isabel De Toro


Category: Actress
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 Curriculum

She took a degree in Social Psychology at the University of Santiago de Compostela and graduated in Theatre Pedagogy at A Coruña University. She also attended many courses: ‘Dirección escénica’ with Antonio F. Simón, A Coruña University (2004); ‘Comedia dell´Arte’ with Carlo Boso and ‘Esgrima teatral’ with Jozef Markocki, Avignón University (2003); ‘Comedia dell´Arte’ with A. Nason, Avignón University, ‘Interpretación (método Stanislavski)’ with Álvaro Guevara and ‘Bufón’ with Eric de Bont (2002); ‘Esgrima y combate escénico’ with Juan Udaondo, ‘Clown’ with Eric de Bont and ‘Comedia dell´Arte’ with Pablo Sánchez (2001); ‘Interpretación’ with John Wright, ‘Máscara Neutra’ with Mª del Mar Navarro, ‘Técnica Vocal’ with Andrés Hernández, ‘Clown’ with Jöns Pappila and Pablo Muñoz (Good Idea Company), ‘Clown’ with Carlos Sante Varela and ‘Dicción y trabajo del texto’ with Francisco M. Barreiro and Mª Teresa Villar, ‘Dirección Xeral de Política Lingüística’ (2000); ‘Interpretación’ with Manuel Lourenzo (1999); ‘Interpretación cinematográfica’ with Paco Pino (1998); ‘Interpretación’ with Ernesto Caballero, Professor at the Dramatic Art School in Madrid and ‘Interpretación ante la Cámara’ with Antoni Chic (1997); ‘Interpretación’ with Leonid Roberman, director of the Moscow National Theatre and ‘Locución de Radio y Televisión’, Image and Sound School, A Coruña (1996); ‘Entrenamiento Actoral’ with Natalia Zvereva, Professor at Moscow University (1995); ‘Expresión Corporal, Improvisación e Interpretación’, Danthea School, A Coruña (1991-95); ‘Dobraxe’, Estudio XXI, A Coruña (1994); ‘Interpretación y Doblaje’ with Antonio F. Simón (1989); ‘Pantomima y Acrobacia’ with Mimo Marcelo (1988) and ‘Danza Jazz y Danza Contemporánea’ with Linda Morrison (1985-88).

 Work & Activities

As far as cinema is concerned, she participated in the following films: ‘El desenlace’, by Juan Pinzás (2004), ‘Mucha Sangre’, by Pepe de las Heras (2002), main character of the film in the Sixth Fantastic and Horror Cinema International Festival in Estepona, 2003 and ‘Cuaderno de Fortesende’, by Rafael Toba. Besides, she was the main character of the following shorts: ‘Nengú’ by Álvaro Guevara and El nunca lo haría de Javier Cea (2003); El resorte de María Pagés (2000); ‘La última función’ by Manuela Varela and Carmen F. Paz (A Coruña), ‘Café Tiempo Atrás’, by Marcos Trincado, ‘A Porta de Santiago’, by Roberto Monge (Madrid) and ‘Bach’, by José Luis Ducid (1999); ‘Entrega a las 12’, by Rafael Toba (1998), ‘Recuerdos de un amante neurótico’, by Cheché Carmona (1996); ‘Grande de Cuba’, by Beatriz del Monte, ‘Edipo e Tecnhé (Documental dun soño)’, by Ignacio Vilar and ‘El viento de la colina’, by Fernando Gorostiza, E.I.S., A Coruña (1995); ‘Estela do Río’, by Antonio F. Simón, First Elche Festival Prize (1992); ‘LA’, by Jorge Rodríguez (1987) and ‘Valle de Lágrimas’ by Pegebllas, Lubjana Festival (Yugoslavia) Official Section (1986).
She also collaborated in the following TV serials: ‘Os Tonechos van á praia’, ‘Os Tonechos no hospital’ and ‘Os Tonechos van á escola’, directed by Hugo Stuven. TVG (2004); ‘La rosa de Alejandría’ within the serial ‘Pepe Carvalho’, directed by Rafael Moleón and ‘A vacina da gripe’, episode of ‘Os Tonechos’ for the programme ‘LUAR’ on Galician TV (2003); ‘Fíos’, on Galician TV (2002); ‘Pequeno Hotel’, on Galician TV (2001); ‘Nada es para siempre’, on ANTENA 3 and ‘Galicia Exprés’, on Galician TV (2000); ‘Mareas Vivas’, on Galician TV (1999) and ‘Pratos Combinados’, on Galician TV (1997). Besides, she presented the following programmes on Galician TV: ‘Gluglú Magazine’ (1988), ‘Clan-Clip’ (1989) and ‘Fatal, fatal, fatal’ (1991).
As far as theatre is concerned, she participated in ‘Cronopios e famas’, by Julio Cortázar, directed by Diana Almeida, ‘Os crímenes de Juan Pantera’, by E. Blanco Amor, directed by Juan Sanmartín, ‘La verbena de la paloma’, by Tomás Bretón and Ricardo de la Vega, directed by Juan Udaondo and ‘Entre urnas y Xacobeo en el exilio me veo’, directed by Antón de Santiago (2004); ‘A Farsa de Inés Pereira’, by Gil Vicente, directed by Juan Udaondo, ‘El Retablo de las Maravillas’, by Miguel de Cervantes, directed by Juan Udaondo and the monologue ‘El espejo de Julia G.Verdugo’, directed by Mariana Carvallal (2003); ‘Encontros (cando o amor non e perfecto)’, Café-teatro (2001); ‘Rei Lear’, by Shakespeare, adapted and directed by X. Carlos Mejuto (2000); ‘Historias de viaxe, salón e dormitorio’, Café-teatro and ‘El Tintero’, by Carlos Muñiz, directed by Roberto Gómez (1999); ‘O Mastro’, by Daniel Cortezón, directed by Fernando M. Gallego (1998); ‘O Principiño’, by Saint-Exupery, adaptated by Cándido Pazó and directed by Fernando M. Gallego and ‘Entre cheiros e fragancias’, by Antón de Santiago (1997); ‘Luces de Bohemia’, by Valle Inclán, directed by X. Carlos Mejuto and ‘Xa che dixen “bifor” que non te asomaras a la “juindous”’, by A.de Santiago (1996); ‘Don Juan Tenorio’, directed by Luis Méndez (1995); ‘A propósito de una década y sus antecedentes joviales’, by A. de Santiago (1994); ‘Xacobeo beo beo. Qué ves...?’, by Antón de Santiago (1993) and ‘Primeira Mostra de Teatro Mudo’, Santiago de Compostela (1985).
As far as advertising is concerned, she did an advertising campaign for ‘Diario 16’ and the spot of Galician TV, Adiviña Productions (2000), the promotion video of the Galician School of Public Administration. Voz Group, spot of the ‘Consellería da Presidencia’ (Xunta de Galicia, 1997) and ‘Resplandor blanco’, a video produced by Arximiro García (1991).