BIOGRAPHY

Rebeca Sala is a Spanish actress who became known in 2014 for her role in the daily comedy series Ciega a Citas (Fox / Divinity / Cuatro). She was cast in this role by Mediaset, following on from her performance in their show Niños Robados (Tele 5 / Canale 5). Shooting has just finished on the set of the popular series El secreto de Puente Viejo  (Antena 3), on which she worked for more than a year and a half. She is now immersed in the filming of the new RTVE youth series HIT as a secondary character.

Her film acting debut was in the short film Estocolmo, which was shown at more than 80 International Festivals and for which she won the ‘Best Actress’ award at the 16th Iberian Film Festival of Badajoz. Recently, she featured in Fernando Colomo’s film The Tribe – one of the most watched films of 2018.

She has always combined her television career with theatre. It is worth mentioning her role in the play El Burlador de Sevilla, directed by Darío Facal at El Teatro Español. She also stars in Orlando, an adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s work, which is nominated for the Max Awards. After touring for 2 years, Orlando was shown in Los Teatros del Canal in October 2019. Performances of the show are currently scheduled until mid-2021.

BIOGRAPHY

Rebeca Sala is a Spanish actress who became known in 2014 for her role in the daily comedy series Ciega a Citas (Fox / Divinity / Cuatro). She was cast in this role by Mediaset, following on from her performance in their show Niños Robados (Tele 5 / Canale 5). Shooting has just finished on the set of the popular series El secreto de Puente Viejo  (Antena 3), on which she worked for more than a year and a half. She is now immersed in the filming of the new RTVE youth series HIT as a secondary character.

Her film acting debut was in the short film Estocolmo, which was shown at more than 80 International Festivals and for which she won the ‘Best Actress’ award at the 16th Iberian Film Festival of Badajoz. Recently, she featured in Fernando Colomo’s film The Tribe – one of the most watched films of 2018.

She has always combined her television career with theatre. It is worth mentioning her role in the play El Burlador de Sevilla, directed by Darío Facal at El Teatro Español. She also stars in Orlando, an adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s work, which is nominated for the Max Awards. After touring for 2 years, Orlando was shown in Los Teatros del Canal in October 2019. Performances of the show are currently scheduled until mid-2021.