Andrés de Fonollosa Gonzalvez, conocido bajo el alias de Berlín, es un personaje de La casa de papel. Antonio García Ferreras as himself (featured part 4): journalist. Mari Carmen Sánchez as Paquita (featured parts 3–4): a hostage and a nurse who tends to Nairobi while she recovers. Berlin (Andrés de Fonollosa) is a fictional character in the Netflix series Money Heist, portrayed by Pedro Alonso. Part 2 moved to the Monday 10:40 p.m. time slot and was broadcast from 16 October 2017 till 23 November 2017, with the originally planned 18-21 episodes cut down to 15. Antonio Romero as Benito Antoñanzas (parts 3–4): an assistant to Colonel Luis Tamayo, who is persuaded by the Professor to do tasks for him. Olalla Hernández as Amanda (featured parts 3–4): a hostage that Arturo rapes. Fans were excited that Berlin would be coming for season three of Money Heist after his reveal was unveiled at the end of the trailer. En medio de ese espectáculo, el actor Pedro Alonso trata de explicar la razón por la que su personaje, Berlín, revive en la tercera temporada de "La casa de papel". Clara Alvarado as Ariadna Cascales (parts 1–2): one of the hostages who works in the Mint. Berlin (Andrés de Fonollosa) is a fictional character in the Netflix series Money Heist, portrayed by Pedro Alonso. 1 Descripción 2 Biografía 2.1 Previa al atraco 2.2 Empieza el atraco 2.3 Surgen los primeros problemas 2.4… Il a un grand sens de l'honneur, et une nécessité pathologique de faire bonne impression, en particulier devant des inconn… [10] The writers decided to bring Berlin back for flashbacks in part 3, as they felt the character had gone through a sufficient redemption arc and was popular with the audience. [2] Joana Oliveira of El País described Berlin in parts 1 and 2 as "obnoxious" and "a snob, a misogynist, and a bit sadistic",[3] which La Vanguardia contrasted with the character's portrayal in the flashbacks in part 3, where he appeared "much more in love and cuddly". Arturo Roman becomes a very annoying troublemaker who constantly tries to sabotage the robbery also involving his lover Monica in his plans. La Voz de Galicia characterised Berlin as a "cold, hypnotic, sophisticated, and disturbing character, an inveterate macho with serious empathy problems, a white-collar thief who despises his colleagues and considers them inferior". Berlin spends a lot of time dealing with them. [5] Writer Esther Lobato Martinez said Berlin was designed, like all the characters, with "shades of light and dark applied to each so they are both relatable and immoral" as the story unfolded, so that Berlin could be perceived as likeable despite being oppressive to the hostages early on. Despite his death, he appears in a main role in part 3 through flashbacks to several years earlier, showing his original planning of the Bank of Spain heist and being married to a woman named Tatiana. For the casting of Mónica and Arturo, see, For the casting of Helsinki and Denver, see, For the casting of the Professor and Nairobi, see, This page was last edited on 24 November 2020, at 02:18. MADRID, 19 Jul. In the final minutes of part 2, Berlin sacrifices himself so that the gang can escape, dying under police fire. Naia Guz as Paula Vicuña Murillo: Raquel and Alberto's daughter. Part 1 aired on free-to-air Spanish TV channel Antena 3 in the Wednesday 10:40 p.m. time slot from 2 May 2017 till 27 June 2017. A terminally ill jewel thief, he is the Professor's second-in-command and brother. [3], Alonso's portrayal of the character was inspired by a chance encounter Alonso had the day before receiving his audition script with "an intelligent person" who was "provocative or even manipulative" to him. [11][12][8][3] Netflix's announcement that Berlin would be in part 3 raised media speculation about his role. Fran Morcillo as Pablo Ruiz (part 1): Alison's schoolmate and one of the hostages. [2] Although capable of empathy, Berlin often did not show it and was "deeply human and deeply ardent", causing chaos in his interactions with others. The police find out that Berlin's real name is Andrés de Fonollosa and that he is terminally ill during part 1. Ahikar Azcona as Matías Caño (featured parts 3–4): a member of the group who largely guards the hostages. Anna Gras as Mercedes Colmenar (parts 1–2): Alison's teacher and one of the hostages. [6] Alonso attributed Berlin's popularity to the character's desire to live and "enjoy everything at the moment intensely",[7] living "life as a fantastic dream [...] with great honesty, without abiding by conventions and morals". Festival de la Televisión", "Los actores de 'La casa de papel' se llevan la mayoría de las nominaciones de los Premios de la Unión de actores", "Nuevo reconocimiento internacional para 'La Casa de Papel': Mejor Serie en los Premios Fénix", "La casa de papel - Money Heist: Double Award At Festival de Luchon", "La lista completa de ganadores de los premios Feroz 2018", "Así quedan las nominaciones a los Premios Feroz", "La nominación de Mario Casas, novedad de los finalistas a los Fotogramas de Plata", International Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series,, Antena 3 (Spanish TV channel) network series, Spanish-language Netflix original programming, International Emmy Award for Best Drama Series winners, Short description is different from Wikidata, Pages using infobox television with editor parameter, Articles containing Spanish-language text, Articles with Spanish-language sources (es), Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Jesús Colmenar, Alejandro Bazzano, Miguel Ángel Vivas, Álex Rodrigo, Jesús Colmenar, Álex Rodrigo, Koldo Serra, Javier Quintas, Best Male Performance in a Miniseries or TV series, Best Female Performance in a Miniseries or TV series, Best Female Supporting Performance in a Miniseries or TV series. Misogyne, odieux et antipathique, le psychiatre de la prisonoù il avait été incarcéré le décrit comme un « narcissique égocentrique qui a la folie des grandeurs. Miquel García Borda as Alberto Vicuña (parts 1–2; featured part 4): Raquel's ex-husband and a forensic examiner. Un excentrique à tendances mégalomanes ce qui l'empêchent de faire la différence entre le mal et le bien. «La casa de papel»: ¿Quién es Berlín? ", "Pedro Alonso (La casa de papel) : "Berlin est à la fois cruel, héroïque et drôle, "Najwa Nimri ('La Casa de Papel'): "Tengo una experiencia clarísima con el éxito y si no te quieres exponer, no te expones, "«Caos» en «La casa de papel»: La cuarta temporada se estrena el 3 de abril del 2020", "¿Cómo se planifica el atraco perfecto de 'La casa de papel'? [1] A terminally ill jewel thief, he is the Professor's second-in-command and brother. Juan Fernández as Colonel Luis Prieto (parts 1–2; featured parts 3–4): a member of the Spanish Intelligence who oversees Raquel's work on the case. 12.4m Followers, 63 Following, 251 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from La Casa de Papel (@lacasadepapel) Carlos Suárez as Miguel Fernández (featured parts 3–4): a nervous hostage. As the series was developed with Spanish prime-time television in mind, the episodes had a length of around 70 minutes, as is typical for Spanish television. Il fait preuve d'une absence totale d'empathie. [11] According to writer Javier Gómez Santander, Berlin might not have been killed off at the end of part 2 if the writers had known of the series' renewal. ", "La Casa de Papel: Atores revelam como mudaram o futuro da série mesmo sem o consentimento dos criadores", "Javier Gómez Santander: "Los españoles no somos un buen ejército, pero como guerrilla somos la hostia,, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 19 August 2020, at 13:40. La Parte 4 de La Casa de Papel ya está disponible, solo en Netflix. La Casa de Papel 3 - NETFLIX. Money Heist (Spanish: La casa de papel, "The House of Paper") is a Spanish heist crime drama television series created by Álex Pina.The series traces two long-prepared heists led by the Professor (Álvaro Morte), one on the Royal Mint of Spain, and one on the Bank of Spain.The series was initially intended as a limited series to be told in two parts. [9] The family connection between the Professor and Berlin was not in the original script, but was built into the characters' backstory at the end of part 1 after Morte and Alonso had repeatedly proposed to do so. Berlin, or Andrés de Fonollosa, was El Professor’s brother in the show and is one of the criminal masterminds behind the original heist. (EUROPA PRESS) - Pep Munné as Mario Urbaneja (featured parts 3–4): the governor of the Bank of Spain. WARNING: This article contains spoilers for Money Heist season three. Is Berlin really dead in La Casa de Papel? Berlin leads the band inside as the one in charge with the Professor helping him every 6 hours by landline call that they built in order to be untraceable. Berlín (Pedro Alonso) canta Ti Amo durante su boda. [11], Despite or even because of his questionable personality, Berlin was noted as a fan favorite by the producers and critics alike. Meanwhile, he starts a coercive relationship with a hostage named Ariadna. The first five episodes of part 1 were followed by an aftersh… [14], "PERSONAJES 'LA CASA DE PAPEL' - LOS ATRACADORES - Pedro Alonso es Berlin", "¿Netflix prepara un spin-off de 'La casa de papel'? [13] For the role of Berlin, Alonso won the Premios de la Unión de Actores (es) in 2018 in the category "Best supporting television actor". Así regresa Berlín a La Casa de Papel 3. [4] Actor Pedro Alonso described Berlin as "cruel, heroic, and funny at the same time"[5] and saw Berlin's high observational skills and an unusual understanding of his surroundings, resulting in unconventional and unpredictable character behaviour. Mario de la Rosa as Suárez: the chief of the. Es el líder de la banda que planea atracar la Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre. José Manuel Poga as César Gandía (part 4; featured part 3): chief of security for the Bank of Spain who escapes from hostage and causes havoc for the group. Ramón Agirre as Benjamín (featured part 4): father of Manila who aids the Professor in his plan. [8] Similarities between Berlin and Najwa Nimri's character Zulema in Pina's TV series Locked Up were unintentional. La nueva ficción de Atresmedia se convierte en el estreno más visto del año.