Roberto Correcher is a London-based Spanish actor with over 25 years’ experience in theatre, cinema, television and voice-over. He has attended esteemed Drama Schools such as the Escuela de Interpretación Cristina Rota and Estudio Corazza para el Actor, in Madrid. He is known for the Spanish version of ‘Ugly Betty’ and his first feature film ‘Excuse me darling, but Lucas loved me’. He has performed renowned theatre plays as ‘Caligula’ of Albert Camus, ‘Bohemian Lights’ of Valle-Inclán, ‘The Car Cemetery’ of Fernando Arrabal, and recently ‘The House of Spirits’ in the London Cervantes Theatre. He also writes and has produced a parody webseries. Roberto speaks six languages, Spanish, English, German, Dutch, Danish, and French and he has lived in Austria, France, Spain, and the UK.