"I am interested in what it would be like to be you"

Meryl Streep

Bio

Aïda Ballmann is a three time Best Actress award winning international versatile actress with german roots, born in Spain.

Fluent in Spanish, German and English thanks to her multidisciplinary professional training in acting, circus and the arts, she has performed in series like “El tiempo entre costuras”, “Águila Roja”, “Lo que escondían sus ojos” and “Brigada de fenómenos” and performed the main role in movies like “The extraordinary tale”, “Lebwohl Paradies”, “La velocidad de nuestros pensamientos” and “Los europeos”.

Bio

Aïda Ballmann is a three time Best Actress award winning international versatile actress with german roots, born in Spain.

Fluent in Spanish, German and English thanks to her multidisciplinary professional training in acting, circus and the arts, she has performed in series like “El tiempo entre costuras”, “Águila Roja”, “Lo que escondían sus ojos” and “Brigada de fenómenos” and performed the main role in movies like “The extraordinary tale”, “Lebwohl Paradies”, “La velocidad de nuestros pensamientos” and “Los europeos”.

Why am I an actress?

To tell stories about our present and our history, about what worries us and makes us happy, what makes us angry and what hurts us. About what is a conflict that we still do not know how to solve on the road to the future that we choose as humanity.
Individual stories in which we are all reflected, through which we see ourselves from outside and purge ourselves.

Stories that motivate us to self-reflection, to become aware that it leads us to act in a different way and to lighten our existence.

Stories that speak to the heart of the spectator, that awaken tolerance, understanding and humanity, instead of judgment.

Stories that have wings for the imagination to evade reality for a while.

I respect and admire the artist’s trade for his ability to analyze reality from the outside and turn it into poetry.

Being an artist requires awareness and responsibility towards the society because the open-minded artists define new currents and mental structures.