Tamar Novas plays series regular Rogue in Spanish TV series Fariña with its initial release scheduled later this year.
Fariña, directed by Carlos Sedes and produced by Atresmedia Televisión in collaboration with the Galician producer Bambú Producciones, adapts the book Fariña by Nacho Carretero.
The first season comprises of ten episodes covering the period from the late 1970s to the Nécora operation in the early 1990s where the lack of income is strangling family economies on the Galician coast. It is the perfect breeding ground for the great transformation: the old tobacco traffickers make the leap to something bigger, more lucrative, but much more dangerous: drugs. Every day that passes, drug lords in Galicia will have more power.Overview
Tamar Novas has worked prolifically across cinema, television and theatre throughout Spain. He is probably best known for his Goya award winning performance as Javi in The Sea Inside alongside Javier Bardem and Belén Rueda.
Other screen credits include Diego in Broken Embraces for Pedro Almodóvar and Un otoño sin Berlin opposite Irene Escolar which gained awards at the San Sebastián International Film Festival. Tamar has recently played series regulars in Fariña and The Zone.
Tamar is co represented with Yo lo vi Primero in Spain.About Sainou
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