Valley of the Dead Cast and Crew – Detailed Review

Valley of the Dead Cast and Crew Detailed Review

Valley of the Dead debuted in a Spanish film festival in October 2020, but due to the epidemic, it was not shown in Spanish theatres until March 2022. ‘Valley of the Dead’ (‘Malnazidos’ in Spanish) depicts two opposing army troops who are forced to work together to combat a zombie invasion during the Spanish Civil War.

Valley of the Dead Cast

Miki Esparbé as Jan

Miki Esparbé as Jan

Profile of the character: a Spanish army captain. He attempts to restore his reputation after headbutting a judge. Jan is a corporate attorney who fights zombies alongside members of a militia.

Miki Esparbé: Born on 9 October 1983, Miki Esparbé is a Spanish actor. His performances in Off Course, Barcelona, nit d’estiu, and Cuerpo de élite are well-known.

Esparbé, who was born in Manresa, Catalonia, on October 9, 1983, got a licentiate in Humanities from the University of Pompeu Fabra.

His acting skills were honed at Nancy Tuón’s school in Barcelona. Early in his career, he cooperated on the television programmes Divendres and Palomitas by El Terrat.

Aura Garrido as Matacuras aka Priest-Killer

Aura Garrido as Matacuras aka Priest-Killer

Profile of the character: Militia combatant. She forms a bond with Jan while maintaining a healthy emotional distance. Matacuras prioritises her own objectives over the course of the film.

Aura Garrido: Born on 29 May 1989, Aura Garrido Sánchez is a Spanish film and television actress. She has acted in films such as Stockholm and the TV series El Ministerio del Tiempo.

In 1989, Garrido was born in Madrid. Her father is a composer and orchestra director, while her mother is a painter.

In 2010, she landed her first starring role on Telecinco’s La pecera de Eva. Later, she focussed her career on television, appearing in the casts of ngel o demonio, Crematorio, and Imperium. She returned to the film industry with two small appearances in the 2012 films Promoción fantasma and El cuerpo (2012).

In 2013, she made her debut in Stockholm. She won the Sant Jordi Award and a medal from the Crculo de Escritores Cinematógrafos for her performance and was nominated for the Goya Award, the Feroz Award, and the Forqué Award for best actress.

Luis Callejo as Sargento

Luis Callejo as Sargento

Profile of the character: A militia leader. He values his railroad expertise as a self-proclaimed anarchist. After learning of a zombie outbreak, Sargento alters his plans.

Luis Callejo: Spanish actor Luis Callejo Martnez was born on 1 August 1970.

On August 1, 1970, Luis Callejo Martnez was born in Segovia. He honed his acting skills at the neighborhood’s Municipal Theatre Workshop before joining Madrid’s RESAD.

He was nominated for the Goya Award for Best New Actor for his portrayal in the 2005 film Princesses. He earned a Sant Jordi Award for Tarde para la ira in 2016.

Álvaro Cervantes as Mecha

Álvaro Cervantes as Mecha

Profile of the character: A member of the militia known as “Match.” He is a former stock car racer who enjoys engaging in combat. Mecha discloses that his wife and son perished in the Spanish Civil War.

Álvaro Cervantes: Spanish actor Alvaro Cervantes Sorribas was born on September 12, 1989.

Cervantes became well-known for his television dramas. In 2015 and 2016, he portrayed Emperor Charles V in the Spanish television series Carlos, Rey Emperador.

In 2016, he co-starred in the Spanish historical drama film 1898, Our Last Men in the Philippines, and in 2017, he portrayed a police officer in the television series La zone.

Álvaro Cervantes as Mecha

Jesús Carroza as Jurel

Profile of the character: A lieutenant in the National Syndicalist Offensive’s Spanish Phalanx. He currently resides with Sister Flor. Jurel claims his fiancée perished during the Spanish Civil War.

Jesús Carroza: Jess Carroza Rodrguez, born in Sevilla on 7 November 1987, is a Spanish actor who won the 2006 Goya Award for Best New Actor for his performance as Richi in 7 Virgins.

Jesus Carroza was born in 1987 in Sevilla, Spain. He is the youngest sibling of four. In 2006, he won the Goya award for Best New Actor for 7 Virgins, the film that launched his career.

María Botto as Sor Flor

Profile of the character: In Valley of the Dead, Maria Botto plays Sor Flor.

María Botto: Born on 10 February 1974, Mara Florencia Botto Rota is an Argentine-Spanish actress. In 1978, she relocated to Spain with her mother, actress Cristina Rota, and brother, actor Juan Diego Botto.

She made her feature film debut in Los motivos de Berta when she was 10 years old. She plays Ava Pereira, the sister of Juan Diego Botto’s character Javier, in recurring roles in the TNT drama series Good Behavior.

Other Notable Casts

  • Dafnis Balduz as Comisario Político
  • Manel Llunell as Decruz
  • Mouad Ghazouan as Rafir
  • Sergio Torrico as Brodsky
  • Francisco Reyes as comandante De Las SS

Valley of the Dead Crew Members

Javier Ruiz Caldera

Javier Ruiz Caldera is the director of Valley of the Dead. 1976-born Javier Ruiz Caldera is a Spanish film director best known for his comedies.

Javier Ruiz Caldera, who was born in Viladecans, Barcelona province, in 1976[1], graduated from the ESCAC in 2000. After beginning his career in film in the early 2000s with shorts such as Treitum and Diminutos del calvario, his 2009 feature debut, Spanish Movie, a satire picture, was a box-office success in Spain, grossing more than 7.6 million euros during its domestic theatrical run.

In addition to his work in film, he has directed episodes of the comedy series Mira lo que has hecho and the episode “Tiempo de lo oculto” of El Ministerio del Tiempo (2016).

  • Writter: Jaime Marques Olarreaga, Alberto Fernández Arregui, Cristian Conti
  • Producer: Ghislain Barrois, Álvaro Augustin, Cristian Conti, Javier Ugarte,Edmon Roch
  • Cinematographer: Kiko de la Rica
  • Music: Javier Rodero

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