Work & Bio

  • LA MANIOBRA DE LA TORTUGA”, Dir. Juan Miguel del Castillo
  • MI GRAN DESPEDIDA”, Dirs. Antonio Hens y Antonio Álamo
  • LA VOZ DORMIDA”, Dir.  Benito Zambrano.
  • VULNERABLES”, Dir.  Miguel Cruz.
  • THE DISCIPLE”, Dir. E. Ruiz Barrachina (USA)
  • YO TAMBIEN”, Dir. A. Pastor y A Naharro.
  • HITTING THE BRICKS”, Dir. Brian Jaynes (USA).
  • TANGER”, Dir. Juan Madrid.
  • TIPOMETER”, dir. Tricia Gilfone (USA)
  • FOREIGNER”, dir. Carlos Violadé
  • EN DIRECTO”, dirigido por Wenceslao Scyzoryk.
  • RATONERA” dirigido por Alma Catalán (USA).
  • JUN”, dirigido por Hiroki Sugino (USA).
  • MAS DAÑO ME HIZO TU AMOR”, dirigido por Juanjo Herbe.
  • STEREOPHONE”, dirigido por Leticia Solorzano
  • UNA VIDA FELIZ”, dirigido por David Oremar.
  • BELLAS PALABRAS”, dirigido por Oscar Vías.
  • EL GEOLOGO DE PIEDRA”, dirigido por Luis Deltell.
  • MAXIMA AUDIENCIA”, dirigido por Ramón López.
  • MI GITANA”, producida por Tele5.
  • CREMATORIO”, serie para Canal+. “U.C.O”, serie para TVE.
  • U.C.O”, serie para TVE.
  • GENERAL HOSPITAL”, serie para ABC (USA)
  • CUÉNTAME”, serie para TVE.
  • GENERAL HOSPITAL”, serie para ABC (USA) “CUÉNTAME”, serie para TVE.
  • CRIMINAL MINDS”, serie para CBS (USA)
  • ANDALUCES POR EL MUNDO”, reportaje para Canal Sur (USA).
  • EL COMISARIO”, serie para Tele5.
  • EL LUGAR DEL CRIMEN” serie para Antena 3 TV.
  • PLAZA ALTA”, serie para Canal Sur.
  • THE ODD COUPLE”, dirigida por Bernard Hiller. (USA)
  •  “LOS SIETE PECADOS CAPITALES” dirigida por A. Zurro, con el C.A.T.
  •  “NUESTRO PUEBLO” de Thornton Wilder, dirigido por J.C. Corazza.
  •  “SED”, de María Sáez Mintegui, y La Puntilla Teatro. Director y actor.
  •  “ARCÁNGELES”, de M. Muñoz Hidalgo, y dirigido por Ramón Ballesteros.
  •  “NOCHES DE COMEDIA”, de Rodrigo García, en el Restaurante Teatro Niágara.
  • LEYENDAS INDÍGENAS”, con textos de Eduardo Galeano. Director y actor.
  • El PERSA”, de Plauto, con Balbo Teatro y bajo la dirección de Emilio Flor.
  • PENDRAGÓN Y EL ÚLTIMO MINOTAURO”, (creación colectiva), coproducción TEJA-Piesplanos Teatro. Actor y codirector.
  • HaHa Café Club, TVI Theatre, etc., Los Angeles.
  • 2005-2008: Acting , Bernard Hiller Studio (Los Angeles-USA)
  • 1999-2003: Drama, J.C. Corazza International Studio, Madrid.
  • COURSES

  • “Sitcom”, Matt Kane (Romano & Benner), Los Angeles (USA).
  • “TV & FILM for proffessional actors”, TVI Actors Studio (USA)
  • “Sitcom”, Javier Garcimartin.
  • “The dramatic space”, Jean Guy Lecat (Theatre Bouffes du Nord).
  • “Text analysis”, por Augusto Fernándes.
  • “Improvisation and acting”, Bruce Myers (Theatre Bouffes du Nord).
  • “Clown technique”, Néstor Muzo, J.C. Corazza Studio,.
  • “Theatre Improvisation”, Boris Smirnof, en Sala Triángulo (Madrid).
    • Spanish
    • English bilingual
    Brief biography of Joaquín Perles

    Joaquín’s career is marked by a strong international component, and by the diversity of genres and media in which he works. The theater has been present from the beginning alternating the roles of actor, producer and director. He has a degree in Hispanic Philology, and he trained as an actor in Spain, graduating from the Juan Carlos Corazza International Studio in Madrid. In 2002 he created his first company, La Puntilla Teatro, while he alternated his work in theater, cinema and TV.

    In 2005 he made the leap to the United States, where in addition to continuing his acting training with the coach Bernard Hiller, he was cast in legendary series such as “Criminal Minds” or “General Hospital”. In Hollywood, he set up his production company, Perles Films, also based in Spain, from which he will produce international documentaries, above all (“Celia: The Queen”, “Baby, let your hair hang down”); or a theatrical version of “The Odd Couple” directed by Bernard Hiller himself along with April Webster (“Lost”, “Star Trek”), and which Joaquin will star in as well as produce.

    He has received awards such as the Humanitarian Award from the Monaco Film Festival for the documentary “Baby, let your hair hang down”, or the literary Humanities Award from the IE Foundation. He has published in various literary, university and research journals.

    His latest works include “Foreigner”, by Carlos Violadé (nominated for the Goya Awards and shortlisted for the Oscars), “Mi gran despedida” (Antonio Hens and Antonio Álamo), or “Tipometer”, by Tricia Gilfone. In the last decade he has been present in great film and TV successes such as “Crematorio” (Canal +), “La voz dormida” (Maestranza, Warner), Mi gitana (Tele 5).