Nathalie Poza Net Worth

Nathalie Poza was born on March 07, 1972 in  Madrid, Madrid, Spain, Spain, is Actress, Soundtrack, Miscellaneous Crew. Nathalie Poza was born on March 7, 1972 in Madrid, Madrid, Spain as Nathalie Poza Maupain. She is an actress, known for No sé decir adiós (2017), Julieta (2016) and Truman (2015).
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Who is it? Actress, Soundtrack, Miscellaneous Crew
Birth Day March 07, 1972
Birth Place  Madrid, Madrid, Spain, Spain
Birth Sign Aries
Occupation Actress

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In television she has had many secondary roles since the mid 90's, including appearances in Hermanas (es), Éste es mi barrio (es), Más que amigos (es), Periodistas (es), Señor alcalde (es), and El comisario (es), the last of which she has appeared in several episodes. In her first fixed television role in 2001, she played Nerea in Policías, en el corazón de la calle (es).


In 2002, she filmed the television movie Entre cien fuegos under the orders of Iñaki Eizmendi (es) and that same year premiered The Other Side of the Bed, by Emilio Martínez-Lázaro, one of the most successful Spanish films in recent years. The next year, Maria Ripoll directed her in Utopía (es). She also acted in Football Days, by David Serrano de la Peña (es) and The Weakness of the Bolshevik, by Manuel Martín Cuenca. She acted again in movies with both Directors, filming Malas temporadas (es) with Cuenca in 2005, and Días de cine (es) with Serrano in 2007.


Later, she appeared in Hospital Central, and, in more permanent roles, in Un lugar en el mundo (es) (2003) and Maneras de sobrevivir (2005). Her first cinematographic works were the short films Abierto (El eco del tiempo) (1997), by Jaime Marques; No sé, no sé (1998), by Aitor Gaizka and Ruth está bien (1999), by Pablo Valiente.


She then filmed Salir pitando (es) (2007), directed by Álvaro Fernández Armero (es); El club de los suicidas  (es) (2007), by Roberto Santiago (es); and the thriller Un buen hombre (2009), directed by Juan Martínez Moreno (es). During those years, she acted in television, in series such as LEX (es) (2008), Hispania, la leyenda (es) (2010-2012) and its spin-off Imperium (es) (2012). In 2013, the film Todas las mujeres (es) premiered, directed by Mariano Barroso, for which she received her third Goya nomination, for best supporting Actress. In 2015 she joined the series Carlos, rey emperador, where she plays Germaine of Foix.