Eva Santolaria Biography
Soon, Eva Santolaria was catapulted to stardom in the television series by Antena 3, the Companeros. In the Companeros, Eva landed the starring role and her performance was praised all over the country. In Companeros, she played the character of Valle Bermejo, which was actually ten years younger than her. In this television show, she met and fell in love with her current boyfriend, Antonio Hortelano. Eva Santolaria played the role of Valle Bermejo Fuentes in the 87 episodes of Companeros, such as A ver, La Chica sin ojos, El ultimo Viaje, Salvate Tu and others. She appeared in the show from the years 1998 to 2001.
Eva Santolaria appeared in "7 Vidas", which made her one of the most popular stars in Spain. This series by Tele 5 was an instant hit and her role as Vero was one of the well loved character in Spanish television series. In 7 Vidas, she was in all the 75 episodes, such as ¡Qué bello es vivir en casa de Sole!, La puta de mi mejor amigo, Academia de baile, El muñeco diabólico and El odio. She was with the show from 2001 to 2006 and loved every minute of it.
Eva Santolaria was in several television and movies and was often seen on screen with actors, Sancho Garcia, Julian Gonzales, Anthony Hortlano, Fernando Guillen Cuervo and Manuel Feijoo.
In 2006, Eva Santolaria was in the November episode of La Mandragora. The same year she was also in En Buena Compania, such as A la abuela no le gustan sus tetas, ¿Bailar con mujeres semidesnudas es adulterio?, ¿Cuánto tiempo llevamos sin echar un buen...? Ya sabes, El novio de la bisabuela and ¿Ese que está ligando es el abuelo?. She played the role of Claudia in all the 12 episodes where she appeared.
In 2005, she was seen in Rudio as Carla and in A Mario. The previous year, she was in Maigret: Lombra cinese as Maguy. In 2003, she played the role of Lorena in Dias de Futbol or Football Days in the UK release or Soccer Days in International release.
She was also seen in No te fallaré, Nosotras, Fuego, LAcident, La Última parada (Lo peor de todo), Bomba de relojería, El Pianista, "Menudo es mi padre", "Nissaga de poder", Susanna and "Estació d'enllaç".