Goya Toledo - actress
Shooting Stars 2003 - Spain
Spanish actress has appeared in numerous film and TV productions includes Mararía, for which she was nominated for a Goya award as best actress in 1998
Shooting Stars at EFP
Goya Toledo has appeared in numerous film and TV productions includes Dile a Laura que la quiero, Más allá del jardín, Diario de un amor violado and Mararía, for which she was nominated for a Goya award as best actress in 1998. She has also starred in Die Friemde and was Valeria in Amores perros.
With her natural soap-and-water beauty, Toledo has gradually become one of Spain’s most competent and popular young stars and she recently won the Max Factor award for having the most beautiful face in Spanish cinema.
"My last movie was shot in Spain, in Barcelona. The title is Palabras encadenadas, I don't know yet the translation in English.
It is an amazing film for me. When I read the script I thought: Oh my God this is amazing because it is based on a theatre play. I worked in Austria with Götz Spielmann, a really nice director, too. 'Spanish saying/speech' - it is like: 'I lived lots of bad experiences, but in real life these experiences never happened' - you know, you feel bad that something happened, but this is not reality, it is only your mind... your monsters".