Rober Bodegas has been performing monologues since 2002, first in bars and then in theaters. But this probably doesn’t tell you anything because you have arrived here by putting in Google Monologues Mallorca.
So let’s try to place you a little more: If in recent years you have had little life and a lot of time to watch TV, you may remember him winning the program El Rey De La Comedia on TVE, a program that chose the best comedian in Spain from among the unknown (those who were already good did not participate). You may also remember him appearing as his alter ego Spiderman Gallego in Sé lo que hicisteis… on La Sexta. If you are now doing halfway well in life and have pay TV, you may have seen him as a collaborator in La Resistencia on Movistar+’s #0.
If you’ve been doing decently for years and your Internet connection includes digital channels, maybe you’ve also seen him in one of the many monologues he recorded for Comedy Central. If you are more into radio, you have been able to listen to him on YU: No te pierdas nada de Los40 or Hoy por Hoy de La Ser. If you are more of a traveler, you might have seen his face on a poster on Gran Vía, as he has been on the billboard in Madrid for eleven years, with different shows. And if you are one of those who don’t watch TV and prefer to waste time with social networks, maybe you know his best known facet: being, together with the also comedian Alberto Casado, the creators of Pantomima Full, one-minute videos that have become very popular. Look them up on YouTube if they don’t ring a bell. We repeat: It is one minute.
Even if you don’t like it, it won’t be an unrecoverable waste of time. He has also written a book, has been a screenwriter, director, presenter or collaborator of some other television programs and / or series.
He has even played a supporting role in a couple of movies. But if all of the above hasn’t convinced you to buy a ticket, all of these less relevant works aren’t going to do it.
So we are not going to give more of a hard time about his resume either.