Nuria Herrero has displayed a passion for dramatic arts since she was a child. She started her piano studies at 8, and has completed the Grado Medio. She studied Dramatic Arts at La Escuela del Actor in Valencia and Musical Theatre at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. She has also studied Translation and Interpretation and speaks six languages.
She started her professional career in TV series for Canal 9. Nationally, she is known for her work in Bienvenidos al Lolita, Los misterios de Laura, Rabia, El barco and Tiempos de guerra. She has starred in many films, such as El amor no es lo que era (Gabi Ochoa) and Toc Toc (Vicente Villanueva). Her theatre work includes La pechuga de la sardina (CDN); Pulveriza, Todas muertas y El declive (Abril Zamora); Kafka i la nina viatgera y Ficció (Carles Alberola); La Llamada (Javier Ambrossi y Javier Calvo) and Venus, by Víctor Conde. She has also worked in Telecinco’s series Señoras del (H)ampa and the film Zero, by Ignacio Sanchez, to be released soon.