Daniel Villar – Actor – Filmes, Teatro y Televisión
Daniel Villar is an actor active in film, theatre and television in Spain and Mexico. His films and series can be found both internationally as well as domestically.
In 2016, she collaborated for Blim Tv on Gustavo Sarinana’s Un mal Date series as well as Rodolfo Loyola’s Todo lo que no quiero movie.
Early Life and Education
Manny Villar is one of the Philippines’s largest homebuilding companies, thanks to his hard work and determination. These values were instilled into him by his parents.
As his TV commercial indicates, his family was once dirt poor. Yet established public documents like Danny Villar’s Death Certificate and Transfer Certificate for their 560 square meter property located in upper class San Rafael Village of Navotas demonstrate otherwise; such individuals cannot have been so poor to afford adequate health care and living accommodations.
Daniel serves as Innovation Lead (Principal) of Coventry University’s Disruptive Media Learning Lab and specializes in Digital Fluency, Open Knowledge and Educational Technology teaching areas. Additionally he was awarded a Research Associate position with Oxford Internet Institute and received a Carr & Stahl Santander Scholarship award.
Daniel Villar has been teaching Spanish at Evergreen Charter School for two years. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education.
Professional baseball player for the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball. Drafted 11th round at 2018 MLB June Amateur Draft from University of South Florida and named Pacific Coast League MVP 2022.
Dr Ramos Villar has made significant contributions to Azorean and Portuguese American literature, co-edited a volume with John Kinsella, Sheila Khan and Ana Margarida Dias Martins on postcolonial debates in the Lusophone World as well as teaching various undergraduate and MA modules related to Portuguese Studies.
Daniel is an Innovation Lead at Coventry University’s Disruptive Media Learning Lab, specialising in Digital Fluency and Open Knowledge. Additionally, he acts as the APS Ethics Coordinator, overseeing papers on peer review.
Achievement and Honors
Villar was recognized by the College as a Cum Laude Honoree in 2018, an accolade bestowed to students whose cumulative GPA places them within the top 8 percent of their major. Additionally, the College considers broad engagement within curriculum and other areas of study when making this determination.
Villar’s work can be found on small screens alongside actors such as Javier Bardem, Elena Anaya, Pilar Lopez de Ayala and Manuela Velasco among many others. She has made appearances in films like Brothers & Detectives; El Albergue; and Patientes among many others.
In 2019, he took part in the Netflix series Monarca, co-produced by Salma Hayek, Lemon Studios and Stern Castle; Esto no es Berlin directed by Hari Sama; cortometraje Zerch which won first prize at Feratum Festival 2015, as well as Mariposa which will premiere later in 2019.
Villar, born in Madrid, works as an actor in Spanish cinema, theater and television series like Hermanos y Detectives and El Albergue y Pacientes.
Villar is also an accomplished businessman. His investments in real estate have helped make him one of the wealthiest individuals in the country; Vista Land & Lifescapes and Polar Property Holdings both boast significant increases in their stock prices since joining his ranks.
His personal life is also well-documented: he married longtime girlfriend Norma and they share two children together. Additionally, he worked as a Spanish teacher at Evergreen Charter School for two years and appeared in several short films that were selected for Sundance and Tribeca film festivals such as Esto no es Berlin.