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He remembers his childhood as wonderful, although he had a bit of a hard time because he was given a lot of stick for being short. He developed very late. At age 15, he still had the body of the child. Even so, he has always been a flirt, and had his first "girlfriend" at age four. As a child he liked everything: singing, dancing, ping-pong, football He says he liked trying things out, although he admits that he would get bored easily.
His professional career began advertising. He appeared in commercials for Cola Cao, Telepizza, Scalextric He also keeps in touch with lifelong friends from school. Those who have been by his side since he moved to Barcelona. In his own words, they are the ones who keep you on track if you derail, true friends which are hard to find.
Casas began appearing in soap operas from at age 19, before earning minor roles in several Spanish films. He came to domestic media attention with his film debut in the film El camino de los ingleses Summer Rain , directed by Antonio Banderas. Casas then reached international audience as Aitor Carrasco in the Antena 3 series Los hombres de Paco Paco's Men , which he starred from to Both managed to lead the box office over the weekend of its release.
It was eventually the highest-grossing Spanish film of the year. During the late and early , he went to Colombia and Chile for his second film project in English called Los 33 The 33 with Antonio Banderas and Juliette Binoche , a story based on the Chilean mining accident that occurred in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Spanish film and television actor.
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