Money Heist Fame Raquel Murillo Cars & Net Worth
Itziar Ituño Martínez is a Spanish actress. She is best known for her role as Inspector Raquel Murillo in the Spanish television series La Casa de Papel.
She studied acting at the Basauri Theater School and also graduated in urban-industrial and political sociology from the University of the Basque Country. Ituño’s first appearance was in the Basque film Agur Olentzero, agur(Goodbye Olentzero, Goodbye) which was released in 1997.
In 2008 she got a role in the Basque soap opera Goenkale (2000). In this television series, she played Nekane Beitia, a lesbian policewoman from the fictional village of Arralde. She played the role until 2015, when the show was canceled. This role increased her visibility in the Basque Country.
She continued to work as an actress, starring in the films Flowers (2014) (Spanish submission for the Academy Awards) and Igelak, released in 2015 and 2016 respectively. In 2017, she left the Basque Country to star in the television series Money Heist (2017) (broadcast on Antena 3 and then acquired by Netflix) in the role of Raquel Murillo, a police negotiator.
In addition to her film, television and theater roles, she is also a singer in three bands: Dangiliske, EZ3, and INGOT. On 26 September 2017, she was a presenter of the Basque Film Gala and the EITB Gala for the 65th edition of the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
Itziar Ituño (Raquel Murillo) Net Worth
Itziar Ituno is very hardworking when it comes to her work. Her positive attitude towards her work is the major reason for her huge success. As of 2019, Itziar had a net worth of about $1 Million. However, the exact data on her annual salary is yet to be disclosed.
1. BMW 4 Series
Itziar Ituño currently has only one car in her collection. She owns BMW 4 Series in grey colour. either a turbocharged four-cylinder or a turbocharged inline-six engine; both are offered with rear- or all-wheel drive. Car has powerful turbo engines, decently fuel efficient, nicely outfitted interior. While it offers the premium cabin and punchy powertrains we want in a BMW two-door, the 4-series doesn’t deliver the joyful handling we expected.