Actor, playwright and director. A graduate in Acting from the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona (1998). He has trained as a playwright at different seminars at the Sala Beckett taught by Carles Batlle, Sergi Belbel, Xavier Albertí, José Sanchis Sinisterra and Javier Daulte, among others.
In the field of dramaturgy and directing, his latest works are Cyrano, una adaptació del Cyrano de Bergerac d’Edmond Rostand (Festival Temporada Alta, 2017), Un tret al cap (Sala Beckett, 2017), Filla del seu pare (Teatre Lliure, 2017), Victòria (TNC, 2016), Terra Baixa, performed by Lluís Homar (premier in November 2014 at the Festival Temporada Alta) and Dones com jo (premiered in January 2014 at the Teatre Romea). He is also the author of Adiós a la infancia (an adaptation based on the main novels of Juan Marsé under the direction of Oriol Broggi. Teatre Lliure, 2013) and Els Jugadors, which he also directed (Festival Temporada Alta, 2011, and Teatre Lliure, 2012). This text won the Butaca Prize for the Best Text in 2012 and has been translated into Italian, Engilsh, Greek and Spanish. Furthermore, in Italy it premiered with great success among the critics and the public at the Teatro Piccolo de Milà in 2013 and won the prestigious Ubú Prize as the best foreign text. During the 2008-2009 season he premiered La trilogia animal, of which he is author and director and for which he received the Theatre Critics Prize of barcelona for best text. In 2004, he premiered Plou a Barcelona at the Sala Beckett, under the direction of Toni Casares, a play that has been premiered with diverse productions around the world (Italy, Portugal, England, Canada, etc.).