Friday, January 4, 2013

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born actress Paz Vega studied at the Centro Andaluz de Teatro stage school before getting her first break on the Spanish TV series Menudo es Mi Padre. Her screen presence and acting ability were just as apparent as her beauty, and she soon appeared on the series Más Que Amigos, as well as in the films Perdón, Perdón and Zapping. Vega arrived on the scene as a recognizable name and face in 1999 with a role on the domestic sitcom 7 Vidas, also known as the "Spanish Friends.

Vega left home to attend the Centro Andaluz de Teatro, a prominent acting school near Seville. After two years of studying acting, and another two studying journalism, Vega moved to Madrid to pursue her dream. She spent much of her time auditioning and working at a bar before appearing in three episodes of the Spanish series "Menudo es mi Padre" (1997). She soon found consistent work playing Olga on the sitcom "Más Que Amigos" (1997), but was lost in the shuffle on her next project, the ensemble series "Compañeros" (1998).

Paz was immediately successful. She became a regular on the TV series Más que amigos in 1997, then moved into film work and went on to win several awards for her starring role in Lucía y el sexo/Sex and Lucia (2002). She also received an Audience Award nomination at the European Film Awards for the title role in Carmen (2003).

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