Núria Prims (1972) has appeared in many TV series and feature length films. Her debut on the big screen was in 1995 under the direction of Montxo Armendáriz in the film Historias del Kronen, which was followed by Andrea, directed by Sergi Casamitjana, Un cos al bosc, by Joaquim Jordà, and El domini del sentits – el gusto, by Teresa de Peregrí.
In 1997 she appeared in the feature length film Suerte, by Ernesto Tellería, and in 1998 she appeared in Fernando Colomo’s film, Los años bárbaros.
In 1999 we saw her in Saïd, directed by Lorenzo Soler and in Sobreviviré, by David Menkes.
Other credits in her filmography include: Tiempos de azúcar, by Juan Luis Iborra, Inconscientes, by Joaquín Oristrell and Tomando té, by Isabel Gardela, for which she won the Silver Apple Award for Best Actress in the First Works category at The First Latin American Film Festival in New York and the Prix d’Interpretation de la ville de Montpellier in 2000.
La vida lliure, by Marc Recha and Uncertain glory, by Agustí Villaronga, are the latest feature films in which she appears.
She debuted on the small screen in 1995 in the Catalan TV series La Lloll. A year later she would spring to fame in Catalonia with the soap opera Nissaga de poder, a successful regional TV production. She went on to appear in other series such as 16 dobles and Génesis: En la mente del asesino and Hospital Central as well as TV movies such as Pataghoribí, by Ricardo Llovo, Ecos, by Oriol Paulo, La biblioteca de la Iguana, by Antón Dobao, and El espejo, by Álex Sampayo. Some of the short films in which she can be seen include Mátame suave, by Jacobo Rispa, Andén, by Aníbal García, Sueños de sal, by Gloria Núñez and Pensarás mal de mí, by Artur Rodríguez, among others.