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Birth name Alberto AmmannNationality ArgentineBirth 20 october 1978
Alberto Ammann (Córdoba, Argentina; 1978) is an Argentina-born Spanish actor. He has played various roles in movies, television and theater, including the lead role in the Spanish movie Cell 211, which earned him a Goya Award for Best New Actor.
Alberto Ammann was born in Córdoba, Argentina, son of journalist, politician, and writer Luis Alberto Ammann and his wife Nélida Rey. In 1978, at the age of one month, he moved with his parents to Spain (Madrid and the Canary Islands), escaping from the last military dictatorship of Argentina, returning to the country in 1982. Years later, he returned to Spain to complete his studies.
He studied action in the school of Juan Carlos Corazza, as well as the Theater Seminary Jolie Libois, located in Cordoba. Ruben Andalor, Willy Ianni and Ricky Ceballos were among his teachers.