A Spanish Actress of Belgian origin (Native French). In 2003, at age 7 she debuted in a famous TV series of Antena 3 “Aquí no hay quien viva”, playing a role of granddaughter of lady Concha (Emma Penella). Shortly after that series, Drabben debuted in her first short film “Canicas 1939” directed by Luis Ferrández which was awarded in many festivals. From then she had intention of making a career as an actress.
In 2004, her career continued in television. Drabben participated in a program entitled “The Supershow” of Carlos Sobera and Patricia Perez for Antena 3, where she interviewed celebrities like David Bisbal, Alejandro Sanz, Estopa or Pau Gasol.
In 2006 she participated in “Vientos de Agua” (TV series of Telecinco), directed by Juan Jose Campanella and later she took part in “Syndrome de Ulisses” (TV series of Antena 3 ) where she spent 2 years. 15 years after her debut in TV, she works again with the same producers in Telecinco’s serie, “El pueblo” (2019).
Her entry into the cinema world took place in 2007 starring “The Totenwackers” by Ibon Cormenzana, co-starring Geraldine Chaplin. In 2012 she did “Journey to Surtsey” by Javier Asenjo and Miguel Angel Perez.
Her acting training began in 2009 at Interactive Studio running by Mario Bolanos and in 2015 she finished her master in audiovisual interpretation.
2012 Viaje a Surtsey. Miguel Ángel Pérez and Javier Asenjo
2012 E.L.A (Short). Itxi Dávila.
2007 Juego (Short). Ione Hernández.
2006 Cánicas 1939 (Short). Luis Ferrández.
2019 El pueblo Telecinco (2018-2019)
2009 Hospital Central Telecinco
2008 El Síndrome de Ulises Antena3 (2007 – 2008)
2006 Vientos de Agua. Juan José Campanella. Miniseries Telecinco
2003 Aquí no hay quien viva Antena 3
2014 “Abejas en diciembre” Sala Pradillo. Alberto Magallanes
Languages: Spanish / French / English