Personal development through the performing arts

Esteban Kukuriczka

Graduated in Dramatic Art at the National University of Art (UNA), he has complemented his studies as a performer in various acting workshops at Andamio 90 with Lisandro Penelas, Silvina Katz, Melisa Hermida and Mercedes Fraile and has trained in various seminars and training with Daniel Casablanca, Martín Salazar, Rubén Szuchmacher, Guillermo Cacace, Nora Moseinco, Ciro Zorzoli, Paula Grinzpan, Lucía Maciel, Federico León Ale Gigena, Assumpta Serna, Manuel Vicente, Norma Angeleri and Andrea Garrote.

At the same time, he trains in other artistic disciplines such as acrobatics, physical training, writing workshops, contemporary dance, accordion, singing and Kung Fu.

As a teacher, he teaches acting seminars in front of the camera at the Teatro Escuela Horizonte Cultural and is an acting professor in the musical comedy program at the Argentine Musical Institute (IAM). His career in theater began in 2011, acting under the direction of Noemí Morelli, Francisco Sendra, Manuel Gonzalez Gil, Luciano Suardi Lorena Ballestero, Guillermo Cacace, Natalí Aboud, Julio Ordano, Darío Levy.

Her career in the audiovisual world began in 2012 with “The Consecration of Nothing” directed by Mariana Grasso. He has participated in various shorts, series and feature films until he played the character of Adolfo Strauch in “The Snow Society” directed by J.A. Bayona, awarded, among others, with 12 Goya awards, the Gaudí Award for the best European film and nominated for the Oscar for best film.