|Belén Cuesta Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 10½ in|
|Date of Birth||January 24, 1984|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
Belén Cuesta is a Spanish actress and theatre artist who has been cast in a variety of on-screen roles in shows and movies like Aquí Paz y después Gloria, Paquita Salas, Ella es tu padre, La Casa De Papel, Ocho apellidos catalanes, No sé qué hacer contigo, BByC: Bodas, Bautizos y Comuniones, Mira lo que has hecho, Hasta que la boda nos separe, and Proyecto tiempo.
Belén Cuesta Llamas
Seville, Andalusia, Spain
Belén Cuesta attended Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático.
Actress, Theatre Artist
Belén Cuesta is represented by Gosua Management, Talent Agency, Madrid, Spain.
5 ft 10½ in or 179 cm
63 kg or 139 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
- Forehead bangs
- Lean physique
Belén Cuesta Facts
- She relocated from Seville to Málaga before shifting to Fuengirola, where she grew up.
- Belén Cuesta co-starred alongside the likes of Macarena García, Anna Castillo, Gracia Olayo, and Richard Collins-Moore in the 2017 musical comedy film, Holy Camp! (Spanish: La Llamada).
- She has played the role of Julia/Manila, a trans woman who is the godchild of Moscow and Denver’s childhood friend who joins the gang and poses as one of the hostages during the robbery of the Bank of Spain, in the heist crime drama television series, La casa de papel (English: Money Heist), whose lead cast comprises of Úrsula Corberó, Álvaro Morte, Itziar Ituño, Pedro Alonso, Paco Tous, Alba Flores, and others.
- From 2016 to 2019, she brought to life the character of Magüi Moreno in the comedy web television series, Paquita Salas, in which she co-starred alongside Brays Efe, Lidia San José, Álex de Lucas, and Mariona Terés.
- Belén Cuesta has been a part of several stage productions including Los universos paralelos by David Lindsay-Abaire, Soy actriz by Olga Iglesias, Lo que da miedo es la muerte by Olga Iglesias, Una mujer sin importancia by Oscar Wilde, and Malditas sean por siempre Coronada y sus hijas by Francisco Nieva.
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