The also theater critic combined his work on stage with countless roles in television series such as ‘Aída’, ‘El Comisario’ and ‘Los Serrano’
The Aragonese actor, playwright, director, and theater critic Pedro Rebollo died on Thursday at the age of 59, a victim of cancer. His professional career was developed mainly on and behind the scenes, but he also worked on television, with appearances in some of the most popular series among Spanish audiences, such as Aída, El comisario , Los Serrano, Los Hombres de Paco, and Águila Roja; and the cinema.
Rebollo, who lived between Madrid and Zaragoza, where he was born in 1962; He passed away due to cancer, according to various media reports. The news was known on the 30th through the Twitter profile of Unión de Actores, who gave their condolences to the family.
The Aragonese theater world will miss Rebollo, who was also an art critic at Diario 16. The playwright worked in almost all the theater companies in Aragon and was the founder, together with Javier Aranda, of the Centro Dramático del Desierto in 2013 Among his most memorable performances, the ones he gave in Severa vigilance of Teatro del Alba or in The night just before the woods, where he embroidered the monologue of the author Bernard-Marie Koltès, stand out.
At the national level, Rebollo’s acting skills were made known on the small screen. He participated in the series Central Hospital, Aída, El Comisario, Los Serrano, Águila Roja, Doctor Mateo, El Internado, Diaries of fear, Paco’s men, Countdown, RIS, Arrayán, or The time between seams.
Throughout his career, the actor also worked on the big screen, with roles in films such as Requiem for a Spanish Peasant, by Francesc Betriu, La Novia, by Paula Ortiz, or Planeta 5000, by Carlos Val.