Christian Rodrigo

About Christian Rodrigo

Who is it?: Actor, Producer, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Birth Day: July 24, 1979
Height: 5' 9" (1.75 m)

Christian Rodrigo

Christian Rodrigo is a Spanish Actor born in Barcelona, who is recognized internationally as a fresh, unique, creative,...
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Christian Rodrigo’s zodiac sign is Leo. According to astrologers, people born under the sign of Leo are natural born leaders. They are dramatic, creative, self-confident, dominant and extremely difficult to resist, able to achieve anything they want to in any area of life they commit to. There is a specific strength to a Leo and their "king of the jungle" status. Leo often has many friends for they are generous and loyal. Self-confident and attractive, this is a Sun sign capable of uniting different groups of people and leading them as one towards a shared cause, and their healthy sense of humor makes collaboration with other people even easier.

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Christian Rodrigo was born in the Year of the Goat. Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Goat enjoy being alone in their thoughts. They’re creative, thinkers, wanderers, unorganized, high-strung and insecure, and can be anxiety-ridden. They need lots of love, support and reassurance. Appearance is important too. Compatible with Pig or Rabbit.

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Christian Rodrigo is a Spanish Actor born in Barcelona, who is recognized internationally as a fresh, unique, creative, generous, passionate and extraordinary performer.He is based in Los Angeles, specialized in acting on camera with experience in 10 feature films, around 40 short films, several TV-shows and in some theatrical independent plays.

He is a member of SAG-AFTRA (the biggest Actors Screen, TV and Radio Union in the US), the Professional Actors and Directors Association of Catalonia (AADPC) and also of the Cinema Academy of Catalonia.

Christian is a Member of The Actors Gang, an American Theater company which Tim Robbins is the artistic director. He has also been a member of the SAG-AFTRA Los Angeles Conservatory.At a young age, he starred in a lot of school plays at Thau School.

Thanks to his performance in the play "Carlota i la Dona de Neu", (when he was 16 years old) he was hired to become a member of the CC Sants Theater Company, a theater company based in Barcelona.At 18, he started his studies in Business at the University, and at the age of 23 he got a Business and Administration Degree and an MBA from ESADE, one of the top European Business Universities with an exchange program at Goizueta Business School (Emory University, Atlanta).

Then he started working on worldwide companies, such as Danone where he worked in the Marketing department, or Michael Page as a Headhunter. This experience allowed him to be involved in a lot of commercials and TV projects, working as a decision maker.

Then, due to his passion for acting, he came back to his origins and he studied Performing Arts at the Col.legi del Teatre de Barcelona, one the most well known Acting Schools in Barcelona. He was trained with some of the most talented teachers including the Russian theater director Boris Rotenstein (who studied with one of Stanislavski's students) and learned Stanislavski's technique for four years.

Education has been always very important for Christian, that's why after his studies at El Col.legi de Barcelona, he trained with some of the greatest international coaches such as Michelle Danner (Salma Hayek, Gerald Butler, Christian Slater, or Penélope Cruz coach, among others), Bob McAndrew (Raul Julia, Richard Dreyfuss, Chris Cooper, Christopher Walken, Tom Selleck, or Liza Minelli coach, among others), Juan Carlos Corazza (Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz, Sergio Peris-Mancheta teacher, and many other Spanish great actors), Javier Daulte, Helen Rowson, Alexandra Neil's, Manuel Carlos Lillo, Ragnar Freidank, and many other great professors.

He also took some Meisner Technique courses with an incredible actor and teacher, Javier Galito-Cava and his colleague Matthew Graham Smith. Thanks to Meisner Technique he evolved to a new step as a performer.

Some of the fear films he'll be involved, Calungsod (that will be shot in The Philippines), The key to Happiness (in Spain), or The Fallen Angel (between the US and Mexico), are some of the interesting projects he'll star in.

Among the feature films he has worked on, three of them were international co-productions between USA-Paraguay, Spain-USA and Spain-UK. Christianwas proud to have worked with actors such as Robert Pattison in "Little Ashes," directed by Paul Morrison, (Highest Award at Schermi d'Amore Italian Film Festival and Award at GLAAD Media Festival); "Trash," directed by Carles Torras, starring Oscar Jaenada (Oficial Selection in Malaga International Film Festival); "7.

5 Steps," directed by Lalo Garcia, starring Ernesto Alterio (Award winner in the Malaga International Film Festival); "Stevie," directed by Bryan Goeres, starring Jordi Mollà and Catherine McCormarck; Danny Trejo in "No way out" "Violet" directed by Luiso Berdejo, screened at the International Film Festivals of San Sebastian and Sitges.

He starred and completed more than 40 short films, main lead roles in all of them. Among them are "Wings" directed by Jose Villalobos, screened in the most important Film Festivals all over the World, such as Tribeca, Austin, Nantucket, Malaga, and many more; "Behind the Door," directed by Jan Baca, which won the Golden Medal for the Best Short at UNICA Cinema Film Festival in 2006; "Ilusion" directed by Alexia Muinos, selected in more than 10 International Film Festivals around the world; "Water Moon" directed by Carles Reixach, Audience Award and Best in Cinematography at Girona's Film Festival in 2007; "The Last Dinner," directed by Javier Ideami (selected in several international film festivals); "El Refugio," directed by Albert Ribas, which won the special prize as Best Cameo Short and Best Cinematography at the 2009 Inexperto Film Festival (distributed in Spain); "My invisible Friend," directed by Pablo Larcuen, Best Narrative Short at the 2010 LA Film Festival ; "The Prize," directed by David Blanco, short that was shown for 3 months at the MACBA (The Barcelona Modern Museum).

In Television he appeared in several TV shows such as "El Cor de la Ciutat" (TV3 production), "My Adventure in Barcelona" (a China-Catalonia co-production) or "A fork in the Mediterranean" (Australian SBS Production).

But the most notable was his collaboration with TVE (The Spanish Public TV) on its daily show "Los Lunnis", the most successful Puppet show ever done in Spain (sold all around the world with more than 500 chapters).

He was a voice over actor of one of its main characters, an American Speaker teacher named Luke. He was also the lead role in the web series "Croma," directed by Victor Quintero and the new tv pilot "Zero" in a leading role.

He is been the lead role in some TV pilots such as "Zero" or " Strangers" that are still waiting for a Green Light to be shot.In Theater, besides his involvement as a Member at The Actors' Gang (Culver City, CA), with which he played Johansson in "The Ghost Sonata" directed by Brian T.

Finney, he has been involved in many independent projects such as "Blak & Deker," directed by Roger Delmont (Film, TV and Theater director educated at the New York Film Academy); "I'll Tell you the Truth," a mix of monologues and poems from William Shakespeare, directed by prestigious Russian theatre director, Boris Rotenstein, who has directed also two more plays with him --- "Passions and Slides" and "Impossible Love"; "The Miser" and "El Cafe de la Marina," directed by Rafael Duran; and "Hysteria" (he was the assistant director to John Malkovich).

Hosting is one of his greatest skills. In Europe, he hosted important events, music concerts, premieres, with audiences between 300 to 20,000 attendees. Among them were "Batecs d'Esperanca Concert" (for Haiti victims), "Best AIJEC Entrepeneur Prize 2010", "Trash Premier Party", "Viceversa Editorial" and the "La Festa de la Llibertat concert".

He is under negotiations to host a TV-Show for an International Network in 2014.But he also has a great experience in two more fields. As a producer, thanks to his MBA, he's become a great Film and TV producer, with awarded films under his name.

And as an Acting Coach, with his own Acting Studio, coaching dozens of actors every year.Christian Rodrigo has worked also as a model on TV and print commercials (known by his International 2015 campaign for Dolce & Gabbana with Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey).

He also worked as a children animator and has worked in summer camps as a Children Counselor for 15 years.

Christian Rodrigo Movies

  • Snatch (2018) as Pedro
  • The Frogs' Puddle as Daniel
  • Wings (2013) as Christopher
  • The Last Defectors as (2017-2018)

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