Lluís Homar is one of the most important Catalan actors working today. He was one of the founders of the Teatre Lliure in 1976 and was its director from 1992 to 1998. His extensive theatrical curriculum features some of the most emblematic characters from Catalan and universal theatre, such as the main characters of Cyrano by Edmond Rostand (2017), Ricard III by Shakespeare (2017), Hamlet by Shakespeare (1999) and Manelic from Terra Baixa by Àngel Guimerà (1990 and 2014). Other recent productions in which he has taken part include Les bruixes de Salem by Arthur Miller (2016), El professor Bernhardi by Arthur Schnitzler (2016), L’art de la comèdia by Eduardo De Filippo (2015), Terra de ningú by Harold Pinter (2014), L’home de teatre by Thomas Bernhard (2005), Lear by Edward Bond (2003) and Coriolà by Shakespeare (2002). In cinema, films in which he has taken part include The Pelayos by Eduard Cortès (2012), EVA by Kike Maíllo (2011), Los abrazos rotos by Pedro Almodóvar (2009) and La mala educación by Pedro Almodóvar (2004).