Esther Acebo is an actress, presenter, and Spanish reporter, known for having participated in Non-Stop People, La casa de papel (2017), and Los encantados (2016). She has won many awards for her work and worked with many notable actors.
|Born||January 19, 1983|
|Age (As of 2023)||
40 Years of 2023
|Education||Castilla-La Mancha university|
|Notable work||La casa de papel|
|Award||Best supporting actress of television|
Esther Acebo Biography
Esther studied Sciences of Physical Activity and Sports at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (2001/2005). He combined his studies with interpretation classes. Her first opportunity came as a presenter of the children’s program Kosmi Club in Castilla-La Mancha. After this, he started on Non-Stop People, a Movistar + channel, and also as a presenter.
She continued working as an actress and debuted on national television with Ángel or Demonio ( Telecinco ). She also made the leap to the cinema with Ricardo Dávila’s film, Los encantados, which premiered on the Internet.
On May 2, 2017, La Casa de Papel premiered, where Esther played Monica Gaztambide, one of the main characters of the Netflix series. She worked with Pedro Alonso , Darko Peric and Álvaro Morte
In the next few months, the work Frankie & Johnny by Magüi Mira and the short film Somewhere in Russia by Néstor Ruiz Medina will star in the theater.
***Facts About Esther Acebo ***
- Does Esther Acebo smoke?: No
- Does Esther Acebo drink alcohol?: Yes
- Esther Acebo was born and raised in Madrid, Spain.
- Height?: 1,87 m
- Weight?: 64 Kg
- Hair Color?: Black
- Eye Color?: Dark
- Hobbies?: Films, traveling.
- Favorite food?: Pizza, pasta, healthy foods.
- Favorite color?: Blue, red, white, and green.
Did you know…
- Esther Acebo also is a TV host.
- His role Mónica Gaztambide in La casa de papel won many heart over the world.
- He has a huge fan base in Asia and America.
|1983||He was born on January 19, 1983,|
|2001||Started her film career|
|2017||Played the Mónica Gaztambide role in La casa de papel.|
|2018||Has earned him the award for Best supporting actress on television|
|2018||Worked in Before losing.|