Carlos Cuevas is a Spanish actor who works on TV, in movies, and on stage. He is best known for his roles in the Catalan TV shows Ventdelplà and Merl.
Carlos Cuevas Sisó was born on December 27, 1995, in Barcelona’s Montcada I Reixac neighborhood. When he was five, he started appearing in commercials. In 2002, the movie La mujer de hielo was his first role.
Since 2004, he has worked as a dubbing actor for both TV and radio commercials and for movies. He got his start in TV with an episode of Trilita, which was made by Tricicle for TV3.
In 2005, when he was nine years old, he became known to Catalans through his role as Biel Delmàs in the TV3 show Ventdelplà. He played the part until the end of the show in 2010.
Is Carlos Cuevas Gay?
No, Carlos Cuevas is Not Gay and His Sexual Orientation is Straight. In the Spanish romantic comedy TV show Smiley, where Miki Esparbé plays Alex’s love interest, the lead role is played by a Catalan actor.
If you look at the actor’s Instagram account, @carloscuevas, you won’t find any pictures that show he is in love or dating. Surprisingly, the actor has a lot of photos with his co-stars, including Laia Manzanares Tomàs.
Also, some online media say that Carlos is single and not seeing anyone, but a picture of him cuddling up to actress Laia Manzanares Tomàs has sparked rumors about a relationship.
In the Smiley series, Miki Esparbé plays Bruno, and Carlos plays Alex, who is in love with him.
How Carlos Cuevas Became Famous?
In 2009, he did his first movie. He played Dani in Cruzando el lmite, which was directed by Xavi Giménez and made by Filmax. In 2011, he went on stage with Clara Segura and Montse Vellveh in the play Madame Melville by Richard Nelson, which was directed by ngel Llàcer and starred Clara Segura and Montse Vellveh.
In 2012, he was part of the cast of the first season of Luna, el Misterio de Calenda, a mystery show on Antena 3. He played Tomás, alongside Olivia Molina and lvaro Cervantes, among others.
At the end of that year, he went back on stage with Albert Espinosa, Joan Carreras I Goicoechea, and many others in the play Els nostres tigres beuen llet at the Teatre Nacional de Catalunya. Espinosa says he made a fake family out of the best and most interesting parts of Catalan theatre.
From 8 May to 22 June 2013, he once again collaborated alongside Emma Vilarasau, Mriam Iscla, Anna Moliner, Jordi Banacolocha, Pep Planas, Pepa López, and Joan Carreras in the Pere Riera-directed drama Barcelona, which focuses on the bombing of Barcelona by Francoist troops during the Spanish Civil War.
In 2015, he was in the movie It’s Now or Never, with Dani Rovira and Mara Valverde. The movie was directed by Mara Ripoll. In the same year, he started playing Pol Rubio on the TV3 show Merl. Because the Catalan people liked the show so much, it was later dubbed into Spanish and shown all over the country on laSexta.
In the 2016 episode of Televisa’s series El Ministerio del Tiempo, he had a small role as a fake YouTuber who achieved popularity. In May 2016, he and Clàudia Benito were the leads in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet at Espai La Seca in Barcelona.
In May 2016, he and Clàudia Benito were the leads in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet at Espai La Seca in Barcelona. In the second season of Merl, which started in September of that year, he played Pol Rubio again.
In October 2016, he joined the cast of the Spanish TV show Cuéntame cómo pasó, where he plays Marcos in the 18th season. He and Elisabet Casanovas, his partner in Merl, were in charge of welcoming 2017 on TV3’s New Year’s Eve show.
In 2020, Manolo Caro’s three-part Netflix show Someone Has to Die, in which Cuevas played Alonso Aldama, was split into three parts.
In the Netflix show Smiley, which came out in 2022, Cuevas played Alex, along with Miki Esparbé, Pepón Nieto, Meritxell Calvo, and Cedrick Mugisha.