Oriol Castro-Herero was born in Barcelona in 1994. Since he was a teenager he has been training in acting, while later studying an English Studies Degree and a MA in Screenwriting. His training includes drama studies at Eòlia Drama School, and courses with Mel Churcher, Luci Lenox and Bojan Ivic.

He has combined his acting training with other jobs, such as English teacher.

He also worked in the communication team of a project founded by the European Parliament, and as a producer of several dissemination spots for the EIT Health. Among his artistic projects, he was the co-director and actor of the University of Barcelona’s theater group, and has starred in different theatrical and audiovisual projects. In 2017, he wrote, directed and starred in his first low-budget feature film “Minnesota”.


ALTURA 170 | CAMISA 41 | AMERICANA 50/52 | PANTALON 40/42 | CALZADO 43 | OJOS Marrones | CABELLO Castaño


- “Dialelo” by Bianca JMontobbio (2014)
- “OFF” by Bea Bordanove (2016)
- “Forever” by Aleix Montanyés (2016)
- “Instant Barbie” by Bea Bordanove (2016)


- “Minnesota” – Acting, writing and direction (2017)


- “El cantar de Fray Cebolla” by Gaston Gilabert, AulaScenica (2014, 2015)
- “La força del costum” by Thomas Bernhard, AulaScenica – University Theater Federation Award for Best Supporting Actor (2015)
- “El sabater” by Joan Brossa, La Bombeta CT (2015)
- “Muerte accidental de un anarquista” by Dario Fo, AulaScenica – Adaptation and direction (2016)
- “Peymann, no és una comèdia” by Hèctor Mellinas, La Bombeta CT (2017)
- “A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant and a Prayer” by Women’s March BCN (2018)