José Luis García Pérez (born in Sevilla, Spain) is an Andalusian actor in film, theatre, and television. He studied at the Centro Andaluz de Teatro (CAT). Perez portrayed the role of Pedro in the 2005 film Cachorro, where he was nominated for a Goya Award for Best Newcomer. He has worked with Gerardo Herrero, Benito Zambrano, and José Luis Garci in film; and Blanca Portillo and Carlos Saura in theater. Perez was the founder and director of Quijotada, a show that has toured Spain and other countries. He runs his own company, "Digo Digo Teatro". Perez hosted the 39th Latin American Film Festival of Huelva. Pérez directed Vampiros, which revolves around the story of Dracula.