Cristian Ávila was born in El Puerto de Santa María, since he was eleven he began to dance in classical ballet, ballroom dancing and Hip Hop; until he decided to study his Bachelor of Dramatic Arts in Seville 2008 - 2012.
He currently works as a professional dancer for the Company MEDITERRANEAN HOTELS ENTERTAINMENT SL. After his arrival from Morocco as a dancer for the company IBEROSTAR HOTELS & RESORTS.
In 2016, he finished his professional degree in classical dance at the Maribel Gallardo Professional Dance Conservatory in Cádiz. As a dancer he received the 1st Prize in the Contemporary Dance Discipline at the II Dance Competition Ciudad de Cádiz in 2015 and won the 2nd Prize of the National Final "VIVE TU SUEÑO" in 2016, Madrid. The Official Master's Degree in Dance and Movement Arts at the Catholic University of Murcia is trained in the Andalusian Dance Center in the specialty of contemporary dance and completed in 2013.
In 2014 he began his teaching career as a Professor of Dramatic Art through the Department of Education in the City Council of El Puerto de Santa María and as Professor of Urban Dances, Classical ballet and Contemporary Dance at the Academy "Space Harmony", in the same city.
In addition to speaking at events such as “FESTICAM” (I International Festival of Culture and Arts of the Movement, Valle del Jerte) and programs for the Schools of Free Time and Socio-Cultural Animation in the Andalusian Autonomous Community.
As an actor he received the 1st Prize of the National Competition of the Greco-Roman Theater of the Ministry of Education as Principal Actor and Choreographer in the Balbo Theater Company where he began his professional career as an actor. He has a long theatrical experience as a professional actor and Zancudo in the company of “El Carromato” Street Theater (2008-2016), with the participation in numerous international festivals. In addition to having worked on various projects of other companies such as Els Comediants, El Aedo or La Turba Teatro.
He also has experience in the cinematographic world as a supporting actor in the movie "Lola, the movie" by Miguel Hermoso, a film specialist in "Amar in troubled times", including several short films and video clips.