Koldo Olabarri is an accomplished actor, working extensively across all genres.
Born in Bilbao, Koldo begun his acting training at the tender age of nine years old. From there, he continued his education and training in the USA and Spain, and has since appeared in many successful Spanish television projects such as The Ministery of Time, Vamos Juan, The Invisible Line, Centro Médico, Altsasu and Goenkale. He starred in the acclaimed short film Three Times, which was recognised at the Goya Awards and for which Koldo won three awards for best actor.
Koldo has also worked widely in theatre, having worked with Spanish theatres and directors of great acclaim. Theatre companies include Teatro Español, Teatro Arriaga, Pabellón 6, Tanttaka, Glu Glu, and he has worked with directors such as LLuís Pasqual and Calixto Bieito.
Koldo can be seen next in a major new feature film, Competencia Oficial by Argentine directors Gastón Duprat and Mariano Cohn - alongside Penélope Cruz and Antonio Banderas.