Santiago Segura

 

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Born in Madrid, Santiago Segura started his career by making his first short movie at the age of fourteen. After studying Arts in Madrid, he finally decided to become a filmmaker. His first short film Relatos de la medianoche (1989) was made with a budget of only 7. 000 pts. (about 60 dollars). After that, he appeared as a contestant in several Spanish TV quiz shows, such as  Locos por la tele (1990) and No te rías, que es peor (1990). With the money he made of those appareances, he directed Evilio.  (1992) and shortly after, Perturbado (1993), winning a Goya for the best short film in 1994. His last short film is the sequel Evilio vuelve (El purificador) (1994). He's a very good friend of the Spanish director  Álex de la Iglesia and he has appeared in all of his films. In 1998, he directed his firt feature film, the smashing hit Torrente, el brazo tonto de la ley (1998)

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Santiago Segura

Born 1965-07-17 (56 years ago) in Madrid, Spain.
Height 172 centimeters.

Awards
Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
Goya Award for Best New Director (Torrente, el brazo tonto de la ley) 13th Goya Awards 1999 Torrente, el brazo tonto de la ley
Goya Award for Best New Actor (The Day of the Beast) 10th Goya Awards 1996 El día de la bestia
Goya Award for Best Fictional Short Film (Perturbado) 8th Goya Awards 1994 Perturbado
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
European Film Awards Audience Award for Best Director (Torrente 2, Misión en Marbella) European Film Awards 2001 2001 Torrente 2, Misión en Marbella
European Film Awards Audience Award for Best Actor (Torrente 2, Misión en Marbella) European Film Awards 2001 2001 Torrente 2, Misión en Marbella
Goya Award for Best New Director (Torrente, el brazo tonto de la ley) 13th Goya Awards 1999 Torrente, el brazo tonto de la ley
Goya Award for Best New Actor (The Day of the Beast) 10th Goya Awards 1996 El día de la bestia
Goya Award for Best Fictional Short Film (Perturbado) 8th Goya Awards 1994 Perturbado
Relationships
Name From To Relationship type
María Amaro(Sambo) Sambo
Children

Calma Segura, Sirena Segura

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Born in Madrid, Santiago Segura started his career by making his first short movie at the age of fourteen. After studying Arts in Madrid, he finally decided to become a filmmaker. His first short film Relatos de la medianoche (1989) was made with a budget of only 7.000 pts. (about 60 dollars). After that, he appeared as a contestant in several Spanish TV quiz shows, such as 

Locos por la tele (1990) and No te rías, que es peor (1990). With the money he made of those appareances, he directed Evilio. (1992) and shortly after, Perturbado (1993), winning a Goya for the best short film in 1994. His last short film is the sequel Evilio vuelve (El purificador) (1994). He's a very good friend of the Spanish director 

Álex de la Iglesia and he has appeared in all of his films. In 1998, he directed his firt feature film, the smashing hit Torrente, el brazo tonto de la ley (1998).

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