Samantha Murray is an intimacy coordinator and joined IntimAct in 2021. She is based in Madrid, Spain, working across the EU, UK and Australia.
Between 2019 and 2020 Sam trained with Ita O'Brien, founder of Intimacy On Set (IOS), in the UK, continuing under Kate Lush of Safe Sets. She has a BA (Hons) in Theatre from the University of Surrey (GSA) and is a qualified teacher. She is a member of the MEAA (Equity) and ISTA.
In addition to her focus as a professional intimacy coordinator, Sam's experience includes a career spanning over 25 years as a professional theatre and film actress in Australia, as well as working with hundreds of young actors as an educator and director internationally. Her attention to detail, script analysis skills, and extensive knowledge of physical approaches to acting offer a practical and creative foundation to support actors and directors in exploring intimate storytelling, while maintaining a safe space on stage or set.
Tábata Cerezo is an actress, creator and intimacy coordinator from Madrid. She studied drama at the Estudio Corazza and at the end of her studies she travelled to London, NY and LA to continue her training.
As an actress, she has appeared in productions such as "The Night Manager", the BBC series "The Mallorca Files" and the blockbuster "Terminator Dark Fate".
Parallel to her acting career, she has been assistant director in different productions such as the British series "The State" directed by Peter Kosminsky and has worked as casting assistant in films such as "Carmen y Lola" by Arantxa Echevarría, or "Life Itself" by Dan Fogelman.
In 2020 she was acting coach in the fourth season of the popular Netflix series "Élite" in which she currently works as Casting Associate. In 2021 she was selected by Netflix to be trained as an intimacy coordinator by Safe Sets, becoming one of the first intimacy coordinators in Spain. This training includes qualifications in Mental Health First Aid.
Lucía is an actress, intimacy coordinator and Yoga teacher born in Madrid.
She graduated in Journalism at the Complutense University and trained as an actress at the Corazza Studio, combining her studies with work in Spanish cinema and television.
She has participated in series such as Supernormal or Paraíso, and feature films such as El árbol de la sangre, by Julio Médem or La familia perfecta, by Arantxa Echevarría. She discovered Yoga at the age of 19 and felt that it benefited her work as an actress.
She trained as a teacher in 2019 and started teaching, thus being able to study the expression and use of the body in her students.
Lucía has always been connected to the world behind the camera and recently, she has been part of the technical team of the series Historias para no dormir, for Amazon. In 2021 she was selected by Netflix as part of their ``Grow Creative'' programme, to be trained as one of the first intimacy coordinators in Spain by Safe Sets.
This training includes a qualification in mental health first aid.
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