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- * Antonio GIL
Antonio Gil Martinez, born in Spain, lives and works mainly between London,
Paris and Madrid.
Work for film includes:
"Risen", Directed by Kevin Reynolds
"La Corona Partida", Directed by Jordi Frades
"La Mula", Directed by Michael Radford
"The Way", Directed by Emilio Estevez
"Chicas", Directed by Yasmina Reza
"Quantum of Solace", Directed by Marc Forster
"Daylight Robbery" Directed by Barry Leonti
"The Merchant of Venice" Directed by Michael Radford
"Chocolat" Dir: Lasse Halstrom
"Inkheart" Dir: Ian Softly
"The man who killed Don Quixote", Dir: Terry Gilliam
"The man with Rain in his shoes", Dir: Maria Ripoll
"El pan nuestro", Directed by Aitor Merino
"Not Waiving" , Directed by Jane Rogoyska
Credits for television include :
Águila Roja (TVE)
Tres Cerditos (Antena 3)
Hispania (Antena 3),
Pluton BRB Nero, Dir: Alex de la Iglesia, as the LEAD ROLE, for TVE.
El Gordo, Dir: Alberto Ruiz Rojo as LEAD ROLE, (Antena 3),
Mujeres Dir: Dunia Ayuso & Felix Sabroso for TVE;
Hornblower II, Dir: Andrew Grieve, United Broadcasting for ITV;
Dirty Tricks Dir: Paul Seed, (Carlton TV) ;
Don Quixote as Dir: Peter Yates, Hallmark ;
Soldier Soldier (BBC),
and most recently
He has worked as a stage actor with many companies and European directors
including Peter Brook, Simon McBurney (Complicite) Dan Jemmett, Carlos Saura, Paul Hunter, Helena
Kowt-Houson, Alain Mollot, James McDonald, Gerardo Vera, Carol Lopez, Omar Porras, Luis Blat, Ferran Madico, Borja Rodriguez, Mauricio Garcia Lozano, and more, performing in many theatres worldwide.
He's a longtime collaborator of Theatre de Complicite, with whom he toured
the world with "The Street of Crocodiles" (Royal National Theatre), "The Caucasian Chalk Circle" (Royal National Theatre), "The Noise of Time" (Lincoln Centre Festival, NY) and "Strange Poetry" (Walt Disney Concert Hall, L.A. Philharmonic Orchestra).
Recently he toured worldwide with "Fragments", short plays by S.Beckett, and "11&12", by M. Hélène Destienne and Amadou Ampate Ba, both directed by Peter Brook.
With Dan Jemmett, he played in Shake (Theatre de la Ville, Paris), Cinderella (Lyric, London) and The trickster of Seville (El Burlador de Sevilla) in Madrid, as the lead role.
He has co-created and collaborated in a variety of productions with
companies like Theatre de Complicite or La Jacquerie, and has directed
several shows, including "Kvetch" which was nominated for the Max awards in
Spain as best new production, and "Ruth 66" , co-directed with Michael Murfi, for the Dublin Festival.
He also has experience as a Choreographer (Orange, Belonging) and Movement Director for several productions (Hamlet, Coriolanus).
As a teacher, he has collaborated regularly with Philippe Gaulier (London-
Paris), the London International School of Performing Arts-LISPA, and has
lead many workshops internationally and for Theatre de Complicite, Teatro
Nacional-La Casa del Teatro de Colombia, The Abbey Theatre (National
Theatre Dublin), Compañia Nacional de Teatro Clasico (Madrid) etc.
He also has extensive experience in Radio. BBC Radio credits include The Blue Gralha, Cuba mi amor, To make the people smile again, In form: Saint-Saens's Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, and others.