1980, Valencia, Spain
Inma was born in Valencia, although her childhood was spent in Arquillos (Jaén). At 18 she moved to Cordoba to study drama at the School of Dramatic Art. After graduating, she completed her training in Seville, and finally in 2005, moved to Madrid where she joined the School of Dance Conservatory directed by Carmen Roche.
Her first big break came with Nacho Cano, starring in the musical Hoy no me puedo levantar, a show that achieved great success, being subject of great reviews.
Shortly thereafter she participates in several television series, such as Amar en tiempos revueltos (TVE) and Plan America (TVE). In 2009 it will come the role that has given her more popularity on television so far, Margarita Hernando, on the top series Águila Roja, a character she has played for several seasons and for which she won the Fotograma de Plata Award for the Best Television Actress and was nominated to the Best Suportting Actress for the Union of Actors Awards by the Academy of Television.
Her first movie role comes with Café solo o con ellas directed by Alvaro Diaz Lorenzo, followed by Paul Martinez El Kaserón, Primos directed by Daniel Sanchez Arevalo and Águila Roja, la película film adaptation of the TV series.
In 2011 she stars in La Voz Dormida directed by Benito Zambrano, for what she gets her first nomination to the Goya Awards for Best Actress and the Best Film Actress nomination for the Union of Actors Awards.
Between 2011 and 2013 she shoots Alberto Rodriguez Grupo 7 with Mario Casas and Antonio de la Torre, Blancanieves directed by Pablo Berger, Invasor by Daniel Calpasoro with Alberto Ammann and Tres bodas de más directed by Javier Ruiz Caldera, submitted in the autor sectrion of the Venice Film Festival, for what she gets her second nomination to the Goya Awards, in the category of Best Actress, her first nomination to the Feroz Awards and the Fotograma de Plata Award . In 2013 she returns to the theater, starring in the musical Ay! Carmela.
A year later she stars in Las Ovejas No Pierden El Tren directed by Alvaro Fernandez Armero with Raul Arévalo and La novia de Paula Órtiz. During summer 2015, she participates in the film Julieta directed by Pedro Almodóvar and Koblic together with Ricardo Darín, under the direction of Sebastian Borensztein.
KOBLIC · Dir. Sebastián Borensztein
JULIETA · Dir. Pedro Almodóvar
LOS MIÉRCOLES NO EXISTEN · Dir. Peris Romano
THE BRIDE · Dir. Paula Ortiz
LAS OVEJAS NO PIERDEN EL TREN · Dir. Alvaro Fernández Armero
THREE MANY WEDDINGS · Dir. Javier Ruiz Caldera
INVADER · Dir. Daniel Calparsolo
SNOW WHITE · Dir. Pablo Berger
GRUPO 7 · Dir. Alberto Rodríguez
RED EAGLE · Dir. José Ramón Ayerra
THE SLEEPING VOICE · Dir. Benito Zambrano
COUSINHOOD · Dir. Daniel Sánchez Arévalo
EL KASERON · Dir. Paul Martínez
CAFÉ SOLO O CON ELLAS · Dir. Álvaro Díaz Lorenzo
MOIRÉ · Dir. Estefanía Cortés, Juancho Bañuelos
MUCHACHA CON PAISAJE · Dir. Rodrigo Atienza
¡AY CARMELA! · Dir. Andrés Lima
HOY NO ME PUEDO LEVANTAR · Dir. Nacho Cano
ARDE MADRID · Movistar +
EL ACCIDENTE · Telecinco
ÁGUILA ROJA · TVE
AMAR EN TIEMPOS REVUELTOS · TVE
PLAN AMÉRICA · TVE
AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS
Premios Forqué: Best Film Actress, Nominated · LA NOVIA
Unión de Actores: Best Film Actress · LA NOVIA
Goya: Best Actress, Nominated · LA NOVIA
Medallas CEC: Actress, Nominated · LA NOVIA
Premios Gaudí: Best Film Actrees, Nominated · LA NOVIA
Premios Feroz: Best Film Actress · LA NOVIA
Goya: Best Actress, Nominated · 3 BODAS DE MÁS
Premios Feroz: Best Film Actress, Nominated · 3 BODAS DE MÁS
Fotogama de Plata: Best Film Actress · 3 BODAS DE MÁS
Goya: Best Actress, Nominated · LA VOZ DORMIDA
Unión de Actores: Best Film Actress, Nominated · LA VOZ DORMIDA
Fotograma de Plata: Best TV Actress · ÁGUILA ROJA
Unión Actores: Best Supporting TV Actress, Nominated · ÁGUILA ROJA
Dance · Conservatorio de Danza de Carmen Roche
Acting · Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático