A film, theater and television actor, theater director and teacher with an impressive career that began at the Catholic University’s Teatro de Ensayo, where he worked for 30 years as an actor, director and teacher. He has been one of the most important figures in Chilean theater for half a century. In the nineties, he founded Teatro Camino, a company that today has its own theater in the Peñalolén neighborhood. He is well-known for his roles in legendary television series such as Sucupira and Machos. In 2015, he won the Chilean National Performing Arts Award.
This company was created by Héctor Noguera in the nineties. Since 2000, it has had its own theater in the Peñalolén neighborhood, where it develops different cultural activities. Its name reflects its ongoing concern with being ‘on the way somewhere’ when touring, but is also due to Noguera’s view that the performing arts involve hard work, research and constant reinvention. Since its beginnings, Teatro Camino has worked with new styles and has always been interested in promoting cultural exchange with outstanding international artists, such as Alexander Stillmark, César Brie, Raúl Ruiz, Adel Hakim, Oscar Castro and Michael Radford.