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All those who are from the generation of the 90s will be very clear about who he is Marina Gatell. Although surely not so much what happened to her after leaving Catalan television. And it is that, although at the beginning of her career she starred in many stories, today it is difficult to see her in the foreground.

Born in Sabadell in 1979, the Catalan forged a long career on television in her first years in the profession. At only 21 years old, she gave life to Esther Martín for 12 episodes in ‘7 lives‘, one of the most famous series on Telecinco. A role that even allowed him to participate in ‘Central Hospital‘.

Marina Gatell, on TV3

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A star of Catalan television

Although it was not until 2002 when she got a character that catapulted her to fame on Catalan television. The young woman gave life to Carme Anglada in the famous series ‘Absolute Majority‘ on TV3, a space that hooked many generations. A role that allowed him to become known in the world of acting.

After that, his other great work came years later. In 2008, she starred in ‘Lalola’, where she played Lola Padilla Suárez. For 160 episodes Marina Gatell He was giving life to the protagonist of this famous Antena 3 series. A job that should have opened many doors for him: but it didn’t.

Marina Gatell in 'Lalola'

Marina Gatell in ‘Lalola’

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Marina’s career, a fade to black

After passing through Atresmedia and some forays into the cinema, the works of Marina Gatell as an actress have been declining over time. So much so that, in recent years, we can hardly see it in some Netflix productions like ‘Dos’.

However, the popular actress Catalan, who at the beginning of his career fell in love with an entire generation, continues to fight for what he likes the most: acting.

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