Carlos Sobera says that it fills him more “distributing love than money” on television

David Cerrado

Although love pursues Carlos Sobera, or who knows if it’s the other way around, far from caring that he may be pigeonholed as a matchmaker by the First Dates program, the Bilbao native insists on the importance of affection, since it fills him more “distributing love than money” on television quizzes.

Love, as he reiterated in an interview with EFE, “is much more natural and necessary, and even the need to love becomes more superior than to eat.”

And he insists on it, because this week he premieres as an actor at the Mérida International Classical Theater Festival with the play “Miles Gloriosus”, a comedy written by Plautus in which love flows, it is true that at the beginning in one direction , and to top it off quite kidnapped.

To talk about Plautus is to chisel comedy, to blur the miseries of the human being to turn them into humor, because if this father of farce had something, it was to transfer to the viewer the possibility of transforming the despicable into parody.

Sobera plays Miles, a boastful person who, in love with Cornelia (Elena Ballesteros), decides to kidnap her even though he knows that someone else has her heart.

Carlos Sobera says that it fills him more “distributing love than money” on television