Jorge Torres makes his LA Opera debut with El Gato Montés.

Born in Seville in 1980, he studied at the Teatro Viento Sur Theater and at Escénica (Center for Scenic Studies of Andalusia).

Since 2010, he has collaborated with the esteemed director José Carlos Plaza for productions of El cerco de Leningrado, Los diamantes de la corona, El Gato Montés, Electra, El diccionario, Hécuba, Gala of the Lyric Awards of Oviedo, Los Amores de la Ines and La Verbena de la Paloma, Medea, Towards Love, Juan José and El Padre.

His performances as an actor include roles in The Car of the Innocents, The Oresteia, The Father, The Night of the Tribades (for which he was named Best Actor by the National Festival of Teatro Vegas Bajas), Medea and The Diamonds of the Crown, directed by José Carlos Plaza; Hotel Party for Carlos Álvarez-Nóvoa; Lope de Vega's The Dog in the Manger, directed by Antonio Reina; Arrabal's The Tricycle, directed by Jorge Cuadrelli; Acolytes and Cowards for Montse Peidro; and Sherlock Holmes for Juan Carlos Martín. He has also acted in film and television (in the film El Impostor and in the Hospital Central series), in short films and advertising work. (