Oscar is a Spanish-born actor with extensive experience in Spanish- and English-language productions in western and central Europe and Mexico. In 1995 he made his acting debut at 17 in the play The Guardian, under the direction of José Manuel Garzon, at El Gran Teatro in his hometown of Elche. That was followed by a role in a children’s theater musical version of The Wizard of Oz, directed by the popular actress and theatre director Cari Anton.
In 1997, he moved to London where he continued his acting training at Kensington and Chelsea College. In his second year he entered the physical theater company Ecstatic Sickness under the direction of Mike Miller, a permanent member in the repertoire of popular and prestigious theater actor, director and English playwright Steven Berkoff.
Returning to his native Spain in 2005, he worked under British director Deborah Warner in a production of Julius Caesar, sharing the stage with fellow actor Ralph Fiennes at the Teatro Español in Madrid in 2006. In addition to acting on the stage in multiple styles and genres, he branched out into television and film, working in Spain and Mexico.
Oscar currently lives in Prague, where he continues his work in theatre, film, and performance. He has been a fixture in Blood, Love & Rhetoric since early 2015 and has appeared in Disquiet, Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House and The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui.