Uxía Blanco

Category: Actress

In 1990, she was nominated for Paco Rabal Prize as the best sensational new actress in the Sixth Spanish Cinema Week in Murcia for her work in Sempre Xonxa. Besides, she was nominated for the best programme on Galician TV (‘Dezine’) and the best feminine performance in the film La lengua de las mariposas.
Hobbies: literature, art (she has celebrated painting, sculpture and photography exhibitions in Spain and Germany), horse riding and sailing.

 Work & Activities

She participated as an actress in several TV serials: ‘Serie Negra’ on Spanish TV in the episode titled ‘Dicen que el amor es algo maravilloso’ (1991), in the episode number 70 of the serial ‘Canguros: Misión imposible ‘ (1995), in the second episode of the serial ‘Makinavaja’ (1995), ‘La Familia Pita’ (1997), ‘Mareas Vivas’ on Galician TVG (1999-2001), ‘El Comisario’ (2000), ‘Cuéntame’ (2001 y 2002) and ‘Manolito Gafotas’ (2004). Since 1997 up to the moment, she has participated in the programme ‘Dezine’ on Galician TV and collaborated in theatre editing and mounting since 1970. She was the main character of the film Sempre Xonxa, by Chano Piñeiro (1987-88), Huídos, directed by Sancho Gracia (1992), Atlántico Exprés, by Alber Ponte (1993), El último capítulo, by Abel Mario (1993) in the course ‘El cine, de la teoría a la práctica’, directed by Pilar Miró, Illas, by Daniel Domínguez (1993), Contar de Manolo Abad (1994), Hermana, pero que has hecho?, by Pedro Masó (1994), Ni en sueños, by Alber Ponte (1995), La lengua de las mariposas, by José Luis Cuerda (1998), Tierra de Fuego, by Miguel Litín (1999), The days before, directed by Robert Wilson (2000) and Dagon, by Stuart Gordon (2000). She is also the author of the story A arte para os nenos: ‘Un camiño de auga’, illustrated with Manuel Colmeiro’s drawings and paintings.