Carlos Robles was born in a small city from Castilla la Mancha, Talavera de la reina in 1980. He was the little one of 4 brothers. As a little kid, when he saw a movie that shocked him, he usually repeats the same movements he just saw. Most of the time was action movies and westerns. Maybe the beginning of the dream to become an actor. At the age of 16 years old he was introduced in the model world by a model school, learning about designers, protocol, and runway show. He walked for top designers. Read more... into a gym until this days, influenced by the actors who like most and grew up watching their films, such as Sly Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jean Claude Van Damme, the action heroes of the 80s, guys he wanted to look like. At the age of 17 years old, he was introduced in a small independent company directed by a young producer, writer and director, Carmelo Castilla who taught him how to act above a theater stage by two plays that Carmelo directed and he did some shorts films, parades and comercials. Saddly his mentor Carmelo Castilla passed away in December 2001. At the age of 22 years old, he was introduced as a stuntman by the Korynam action stuntman academy in Barcelona, learning some skills like fight coreography, falls, rappel, fire weapons... knowledge that he will use as an actor. Since 2006 to 2008 he learning the acting method in the school of drama La base, ruled by the actor Javier Manrique. In January 2006 he competed for the first and only time in light contact competition, the light contact Madrid championship, ended second place and silver medal. He wanted to prove himself his valor, courage and training he did in all his life, and most of all, for to know the feelings that a fighter feel in a match, before and after the macth. That's way he could explain perfect when he wrote his first script call SOLO what fighter feels. That movie script is his dream, that script becomes a movie. In 2009 he made his debut as a professional actor in tv series like Acusados, the tv movie Adolfo Suárez, El Internado, Museo Coconut etc, until 2012 as a UDYCO police officer in the controversial TV movie My gypsy (Mi gitana) about the famous singer Isabel Pantoja. Today he still training as a stunt man with the Madspec stunt team to become a better actor of action, actor who could do his own stunts.