Irene Escolar is one step closer to taking over Hollywood…
The 27-year-old Spanish actress, who won the Goya Award for Breakthrough Performance by an Actress for her first starring role in Lara Izagirre’s romantic drama An Autumn Without Berlin, has signed with talent and literary agency ICM Partners.
Since winning a Goya Award, Escolar has since gone on to star in a vast array of roles in Spanish film, television and theater.
Her other film credits include Altamira, The Broken Crown (playing the same role she did on the television show).
She also appears in the upcoming film adaptation of the Calderon de la Barca play Life Is a Dream.
Her television credits include the series Isabel.
Escolar is a sixth generation actress of Spain’s great Caba/Alba acting families and an alum of The London Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. She has worked extensively on stage.
She continues to be managed by Carlos Bobadilla and Brandon Guzmán of Valor Entertainment, and represented by Majós Martínez in Spain.