ALICIA BORRACHERO (Queen Prunaprismia) starred in two of Spain’s most popular television series

ALICIA BORRACHERO (Queen Prunaprismia) the Madrid native, earned her B.A. in Drama from Nazareth University in Rochester, New York. She returned to her homeland to pursue her career, which encompasses work in films, television and the theatre.

On the big screen, she most recently completed a co-starring role in Mike Newell’s “Love in the Time of Cholera,” based on the novel by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. She appeared in Peter Yates’ Hallmark Entertainment adventure “Don Quixote” and was named Best Actress at the Benaldamena Film Festival for Fidel Cordero’s drama “The Fabulous Story of Diego Marin” (“La Fabulosa historia de Diego Marin”).

Other motion picture credits include the starring role in “Vidas pequeñas,” “Things I Forgot to Remember” (“Cosas que olvidé recordar”), “Death in Granada” (“Muerte en Granada”), “Blind Blood,” “The Killer Tongue” (“La lenga asesina”), “Three Words” (“Tres Palabras”) and “Shooting Elizabeth.”

Her television work includes such programs and specials as “Tres Años en el Paraiso,” “Las Hijas de Mohamed,” “Un Lugar en el Mundo,” “Comedian’s Club” (for Canal Plus+), “7 Vidas,” “Medico de Familia,” “El Rinoceronte,” “Hermanos de Leche,” “Farmacia de Guardia,” the miniseries “Delantero,” “Kinsey II” (for BBC Television) and “Oxigeno.”

On the Spanish stage, her credits include Strindberg’s "Miss Julie" (Cope Best Actress Award), Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing,” “Cambio de Marea,” Beth Henley’s “Crimes of the Heart,” “Untimely Death,” “Pack of Lies,” “The Lover,” the musical “The Robber Bridegroom” and Wilder’s “Our Town.”

Borrachero starred in two of Spain’s most popular television series -- “Periodistas,” the long-running drama set inside the newsroom of a major metropolitan newspaper, and “Hospital Central,” the current weekly serial (equates to a Spanish-language version of “ER”) in which she plays Dr. Cruz Gándara.

For her work on both series, Borachero won the Spanish Actors Guild prize for Lead Performance in “Periodistas,” and was nominated in the same category for “Hospital Central.” She also collected an Atv Award and TP de Oro nomination for her work on “Periodistas.”

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