Birth name Eduardo Noriega Gómez NationalityEspagne Birth 1 august 1973 (50 years) at Santander (Espagne)
Eduardo Noriega Gómez ([eˈðwarðo noˈɾjeɣa]; born 1 August 1973) is a Spanish film actor. He is perhaps best known for his roles in two of Alejandro Amenábar's films: the multiple Goya Award-winning Tesis (English: Thesis) (1996) and Open Your Eyes (Spanish: Abre los Ojos) (1997). He also starred in The Wolf (Spanish: El Lobo) (2004). In the United States, Noriega is probably best known for his role as Enrique in the political thriller Vantage Point (2008).
Noriega married his girlfriend of six years, Trinidad Oteros, on February 8, 2011.
, 1h54 Directed byChristophe Gans OriginFrance GenresFantastic, Fantasy, Romance ThemesPsychologie, Children's films ActorsLéa Seydoux, Vincent Cassel, Eduardo Noriega, André Dussollier, Audrey Lamy, Sara Giraudeau Roles Perducas Rating63% In France, 1810, a widowed merchant (André Dussollier) is forced to sell his town house and many of his belongings after his ships are lost at sea, leaving him bankrupt. He moves to a simple house in the countryside with his six children, though the only one happy with the change is his youngest daughter, Belle (Léa Seydoux). One day news arrives that one of the merchant's ships is intact, so he and his eldest son return to town in the hopes of collecting the goods that will restore their wealth. However, the goods are seized by the local authorities, and the merchant is forced to flee into the forest when Perducas (Eduardo Noriega) threatens to harm him over his son's debts.
, 1h35 Directed byLogan Miller OriginUSA GenresThriller, Comedy, Western ActorsJanuary Jones, Jason Isaacs, Ed Harris, Eduardo Noriega, Stephen Root, Amy Madigan Roles Miguel Ramírez Rating61% In the late 1800s, a beautiful ex-prostitute (January Jones) is trying to build an honest life with her husband in the rugged plains of New Mexico. When she catches the eye of a sadistic and powerful religious leader (Jason Isaacs), her life is violently turned upside down. She embarks on a bloody course of vengeance with the assistance of a renegade sheriff (Ed Harris) who has his own violent tendencies.
, 1h35 Directed byCesc Gay OriginEspagne GenresComedy, Comedy-drama, Romance ActorsRicardo Darín, Javier Cámara, Luis Tosar, Eduardo Noriega, Leonor Watling, Candela Peña Roles P. Rating64% Le portrait de de huit quadragénaires dépassés et déconcertés par leur vie. Incapables d'exprimer leurs émotions, ils se retrouvent projetés dans des situations à la fois comiques et pathétiques, révelant leur conflit majeur : la crise d'identité masculine. Entre déprime, séduction, amour, infidélité et solitude, une radiographie de la vie amoureuse des hommes d'aujour'hui qui dépeint sans concession leurs faiblesses et leur quête d'une nouvelle identité.
, 1h35 Directed byMateo Gil OriginEspagne GenresAction, Adventure, Western ActorsSam Shepard, Eduardo Noriega, Stephen Rea, Magaly Solier, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Pádraic Delaney Roles Ing. Eduardo Apodaca Rating65% Twenty years after his disappearance in 1908, an aged Butch Cassidy (Sam Shepard), living under the assumed name James Blackthorn in a secluded village in Bolivia, decides to end his long exile and return to the United States after learning of the death of Etta Place. He writes to her son, Ryan, who is in fact his own son, telling him he intends to return. After years of raising horses and living a solitary life, Blackthorn sets off for Potosí to sell his horses. He tells his lover, Yana (Magaly Solier), that he will see her again before leaving Bolivia.
, 1h50 OriginEspagne GenresDrama, Thriller, Horror, Romance ActorsEduardo Noriega, Martina Gedeck, Jack Taylor, Bárbara Goenaga Roles Carles Rating53% A young woman, Joana Prats, suffers from agnosia, a strange, primary visual disease that is one of the neuropsychological disorders of perception. Although her eyes and ears are in perfect condition, her brain is not able to correctly interpret the stimuli it receives. Joana is the only person to know an industrial secret left behind by her late father and becomes the victim of a sinister plan to extract this information. Her captors plan to use her sensory condition to help extract the information that they so desperately want.
, 1h41 Directed byVicente Aranda GenresDrama ActorsEduardo Noriega, Flora Martínez, Belén Fabra, Héctor Colomé, Ana de Armas, Yohana Cobo Roles Raúl / Valentín Rating46% Raúl Fuentes, a brooding police officer prone to violence and alcohol, is placed on unpaid leave after he has beaten Moncho Tristán, the son of a local drug trafficker. Mazuera, a snitch from a drug mafia ring, tells Raúl that members of the drug clan are looking for him to kill him. Mazuera strikes a deal with Raúl. He would give him some documents that prove the involvement of the Tristán family in drug trafficking and prostitution if Raúl reveals the story after he has left the country. Raúl decides to leave the incident on hold and travels from Pontevedra to Alicante where his family lives.
, 2h25 Directed byAgustín Díaz Yanes OriginEspagne GenresSwashbuckler, Action, Adventure ActorsViggo Mortensen, Elena Anaya, Unax Ugalde, Eduard Fernández, Ariadna Gil, Juan Echanove Roles Conde de Guadalmedina Rating60% The story takes place during the 17th century in the Spanish Empire. Diego Alatriste is a soldier in the service of King Philip IV of Spain, during the Eighty Years War. The story begins in the Netherlands, where the tercio of Diego Alatriste fights against the Dutch during the Dutch Revolt. Lope Balboa (father of Íñigo and friend of the captain) is killed here. Diego decides to return to Madrid where he receives the young Íñigo Balboa in his care.
, 1h11 Directed byMateo Gil OriginEspagne GenresDrama, Thriller, Horror ActorsJordi Dauder, Juan José Ballesta, Natalia Millán, Eduardo Noriega, Alejandro Amenábar Roles Man Looking at Statue (uncredited) Rating56% Tomás (Jordi Dauder) un homme en deuil après que sa femme se soit suicidée, retourne dans son village natal en Espagne. À peine arrivé, les souvenirs de sa jeunesse affluent, où il se rappelle ses amis, Carlos (David Arnaiz) et Vincent (Adrián Marín), et sa mère fanatique religieuse. Il se souvient notamment du jours où un de ses amis commence à décrire la femme qui vient d'emménager en ville, Moira (Natalia Millán).
, 2h5 Directed byMiguel Courtois OriginEspagne GenresThriller, Historical ActorsEduardo Noriega, José Coronado, Mélanie Doutey, Silvia Abascal, Patrick Bruel, Jorge Sanz Roles Txema Loigorri Rating68% Lobo is based on the life of Mikel Lejarza, an agent of the Spanish intelligence service in the 1970s. During the last stages of Franco's dictatorship between 1973 and 1975, Lejarza infiltrated ETA, a paramilitary group seeking independence for the Basque Country, and was responsible for the downfall of one quarter of the terrorist activists of the organisation - including Special Forces members and some top-level figures of the group.