Andres de Fonollosa, better known by his codename Berlin, is a main character from the Spanish Netflix series La Casa de Papel (Money Heist). He serves as the main antagonist of Part 1, turned anti-hero later in Part 2, and then a posthumous character in Parts 3 and 4.
He is portrayed by Spanish actor Pedro Alonso.
Andres de Fonollosa aka Berlin is a very successful criminal wanted for several jewelery thefts. He has had 27 robberies: jewelry stores, 'auction houses and vans. His biggest blow was in the Champs-Elysees, where he stole 434 diamonds.
He entered the world of crime to maintain the high standard of living to which he was accustomed from the cradle.
During the events of the series, he joins a gang of criminals, led by the mysterious Sergio Marquina aka "Professor", and orchestrate a huge scale heist on the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbrell (the Royal Mint of Spain).
It is later revealed that Berlin is the older brother of the Professor, and is just as much of a mastermind as him. It is also revealed that Berlin is suffering from Helmer's myopathy, an incurable degenerative muscle disease, and is in fact living on borrowed time.
He is killed at the end of Season Two in a shootout with police while allowing the other gang members to flee.