Lucas Nabor, leading actor and former student TAI, visits the School with the actress Eva Santolaria to present the series Everybody Lies
One day away from the premiere of the series Everyone lies de Movistar Plus+, created by Pau Freixas, the University School TAI receives the visit of two of its protagonists, Lucas Nabor y Eva Santolaria. Prior to the meeting, the first chapter was screened for the first time to whet your appetite.
Discipline, perseverance, trade and multidisciplinary experience, as is the case of Santolaria, who also participated as a script analyst for the thriller, are some of the themes that were developed in this meeting, where both actors shared details of their experience in the series and his professional career.
Lucas Nabor and his time in TAI
The former student of Performing Arts, Lucas Nabor has enthusiastically received his visit to TAI in this meeting, as well as remembering his years as a student. “I am very excited to come back here. When I was studying I saw the talks given by the people who came and, I don't know, you admire them a lot. Thinking that they have something to teach you and that, suddenly, I have to be there promoting the series and telling a little about my experiences, you really feel quite fulfilled ", commented.
He has also shared the importance of self-confidence, something that resonates positively in the minds of young actors who are one step away from leaving the classroom. “When I was reaching 4th grade I said: 'okay, if I want to do it I have to believe it. I have to start moving, I have to have a videobook, I have to contact someone who moves through the world of representatives'”, Has mentioned. With the same energy, the actor has highlighted his attitude and firm gaze on his goals as an actor: “It is important that the wheel keeps turning. Stay there with strong energy”. An attitude that has led him to the sets of series like SKAM and Everybody Lies.
“It is important that the wheel keeps turning. Stay there with strong energy”
In addition, among the most memorable moments of his time at TAI, Lucas remembers with gratitude the learning received by the teachers. “The teachers, all of them, have been very important. Some have put me more against the ropes than others and that seems important to me as an actor. In the end, I pick up something from every teacher I've ever had”, has explained.
Having the visit of Eva Santolaria has also been enriching for the students. For the actress, acting is born from the “need to tell things”. However, from his experience, he says that this need “not only limited to interpretation”, but it can be from other disciplines. An example of this is his participation in the series Everybody Lies, as a script analyst. One of the interests that the actress has developed throughout her career.
This perspective coincides with the look of Lucas, who has recognized the work of his classmates that he met in the classrooms of TAI and that to this day he maintains as friends. According to the actor, many dedicate themselves professionally to other artistic disciplines, such as acting, dance, production, etc. “All of us in one way or another have picked up what we have learned here and we are applying it in different ways”he has argued.
constant training trade
For the young actor, in addition, acting is a job that requires constant training, just like in sports: “It's like being an athlete. In the end, you go out to play the game but you have had to train, so that when it comes to playing the game the answers come out quickly, intuitively, because you already have all the repetition training behind you. Being an actor is the same, you have to train, that's the job. You have to read and learn so that later, when it comes time to act, quick, intuitive answers come out.”
“It's like being an athlete. Being an actor is the same, you have to train, that's the job"
A career beyond appearances
Another of the points on which the artists agree is that, in a service career such as acting, the ego must be put aside. The actress Eva Santolaria, despite being a little more used to the lights, has ruled out that it is “a race of appearances”. On the contrary, she expresses that, although she is part of the race, for her "The long run is work, the work of light and shadow."
In the same way, Lucas Nabor has shared with the School, what has served him in his path in interpretation: “Be clear that you have a very big mask and the deeper you go in trying to remove that mask, which has a lot to do with the ego, the better you will know how to apply the tools of interpretation”.
“The deeper you try to remove that mask, which has a lot to do with the ego, the better you will know how to apply the tools of interpretation”