| Armando Moreno (m. 1955–1994)|
Viva la Muerte, Actrius, At Five O'Clock in the Afternoon
Alicia Moreno, Núria Moreno
Bienvenida Romero, Justo Espert
Princess of Asturias Award for the Arts, Butaca Award for Best Actress
Mario Gas, Lluís Pasqual, Wajdi Mouawad, Ramón Barea, Margarita Xirgu
Núria Espert (born Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain June 11, 1935) is a theatre and television Spanish actress, theatre and opera director.
She went to Institut Maragall, a high school in Barcelona, and she started to study theatre while she was taking some courses of music and languages.
When she was 17 years old, she had to substitute the actress Elvira Noriega in the play Medea, that was her first great success.
When she was 19 years old, she married the actor Armando Moreno, who would become her manager later. They both founded a theatre company in 1959, which started in the Teatro Recoletos in Madrid.
As a tribute to this actress, the city of Fuenlabrada named a theatre "Sala Municipal de Teatro Núria Espert".
1984 Premio Nacional de Teatro.
1954: Once pares de botas
1958: La tirana
1961: A las cinco de la tarde
1971: Viva La Muerte
1976: La ciutat cremada
2007: Barcelona (un mapa)
1981: Doña Rosita la soltera
1983: The Tempest
1998: Master Class
1999: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
2003: La Celestina
2006: Play Strindberg
2007: Hay que purgar a Totó
2009: La casa de Bernarda Alba
Núria Espert Wikipedia