PEPA CHARRO /                         LA TERREMOTO DE ALCORCÓN

Actress · Comedian · Vedette · Businesswoman · Presenter · Cultural Promoter

Between a thousand worlds is Pepa Charro and her alter ego “La Terremoto de Alcorcón”, with a long professional career that started with the theatre company “Diabéticas Aceleradas” and which has taken her in the purest cabaret, cinema, theatre, television and avant-garde gastronomy.

She has done films such as “Piedras” by Ramón Salazar,  “Carta a Eva” by Agustí Villaronga or “Los Amantes pasajeros” by Pedro Almodóvar with whom she has collaborated artistically at the premiere parties as master of ceremonies and artistic coordinator since the film “Volver” accompanying him twice to the Cannes Film Festival with “La mala Educación” and “Julieta”.

Among his latest releases are films such ”Loli Tormenta” by Agustí Villaronga and ”La Novia de América” by Alfonso Albacete.

Presenter of a multitude events as the “Shangay galas”, the anniversary of the magazine AD or any LGTBIQ+ event, collective with which she has been working for more than 20 years in Spain, Italy, England, Portugal, Belgium, France or USA.

Pepa has worked with artists like Fangoria and Hidrogenesse, also, she has produced his own show under the direction of Antonia San Juan and has coordinated the MACBA cabaret and created her own piece for the Museum of Contemporary Art Es Baluard, and inaugurated the MUSAC.

The entertainment in different formats is part of the key to her popularity as a participant on programmes such as “Masterchef Celebrity” on TVE, “Tu cara me suena” or “Me resbala” on Antena 3 or like presenter of “Niquelaó” on the Netflix platform.

She acts in the series “Escenas de matrimonio” and “Fenómenos” on Antena 3 and collaborates in other series such as “Aída”, “Paquita Salas” or “Arde Madrid”, “Con el culo al aire” and “El Ministerio del tiempo”.

She also participates in the RNE programme “Tarde lo que tarde”, always in a humorous tone, after having been on Onda Cero with “Surtido de Ibéricos” with Carlos Latre and “Lo que es la vida” with Nieves Herrero.

She combines her artistic life with the hotel and catering business and is the owner and cultural promoter of Bar Flexas in Palma, where she brings together around 10,000 people every year with a very eclectic artistic line-up, collaborating with artists like El niño de Elche, Joe Crepúsculo, Massiel, la Bienquerida, Papá Topo, Milly Vanilly, Betty Missiego and Chicks on speed.