Ricard Balada | BIOGRAPHY
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Ricard Balada was born June 7, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. In that city was where he began his acting career in a Theatre Company and working with the director Denise Castro in her first movie “Salvation” (2016) premiered in Sitges Film Festival.


Next year the team moved to Bran (Romania) to create and shoot an special movie called “Drácula de Denise Castro”. His trajectory has grown up with many roles in different movies and series like “Oh my goig” – a fourth season series about sex education by betevé (Btv) – or “Com si fos ahir” by catalan television.


Nowadays he is expanding his career internationally and doing workshops in London and Spain with referent people as Luci Lenox, Bernard Hiller, Nancy Bishop, Kimberly Graham, Paul Weber, Rose Wicksteed or Mel Churcher. He had a part in “Roads” – first international film – directed by Sebastian Schipper (“Victoria”) and working with Fionn Whitehead (“Dunkirk” & “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch”).

“You must find the place inside yourself where nothing is impossible.”

Deepak Chopra