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Nano García is the anti-villainous overarching antagonist in the first three seasons of the 2018 Netflix TV series Elite, serving as the deuteragonist of the first season, a supporting anti-hero of the second season and a background, yet pivotal character of the third season.

He was played by Jaime Lorente, who also played Denver in Money Heist.

Biography

Background

Nano is Samuel's older brother. Before moving to Morocco, he lived in Spain with Samuel and their mother. Pilar. Sometime before Season 1, he was imprisoned for committing an unknown crime, presumably burglary.

While imprisoned, Nano "befriended" people who protect him while he was in prison, promising them €40,000 in return.

Season 1

After getting out of prison, Nano is happy for Samuel when he is accepted to Las Encinas on a scholarship. However, when he is confronted by the thugs about his promises of money, Nano decides to get in action, first going the Nuniers's mansion spray-painting the wall with the word "THIEF" on it, directed at Ventura, the owner a construction company responsible for the collapse of San Esteban, the other institute Samuel used to attend. Samuel urges them to leave before Nano could finish, but this gets them in trouble anyway as Ventura forces Samuel to take pictures with him and his friends Christian and Nadia, so that he won't denounce his brother to the police, and Guzmán angrily making a scene at Samuel because of it but Nano makes everything worse when he intervenes as Samuel tries to explain himself. Guzmán intends to report Samuel to the principal, but is talked out of it by Nadia, who uses her discovery of him and his girlfriend Lu making out in the school's showers against them to buy his silence.

Nano later tries to get Samuel to steal from Marina's family, but he can't bring himself to betray Marina, whom Samuel starts to develop feelings for, prompting Nano to steal the money himself seducing and sleeping with Marina in order to get into their mansion. However, when he gets to the vault, Nano finds the money and evidence incriminating Marina's father is gone. Nano later learns that Marina is HIV-positive and confronts her, but she assures him that her medication prevents her from infecting others. Nano tells Marina to stop toying with Samuel, who clearly has feelings for her. The thugs then give Nano the choice to shoot someone in the leg to pay his debts fastly; he seems on the verge of doing so, but backs out at the last minute after learning that the person is acquainted with Omar, instead telling him to escape the city and never come back. The thugs, however, find out about this and hold the victim hostage in their vault. As a final warning, the thugs then inflict a knife on Nano, leaving him seriously wounded. Injured, Nano staggers home to find Marina there while Samuel is in the bathroom. Marina tends to Nano and promises to help him get the money, but keeping the issues a secret from Samuel. Marina directs him to a collection of expensive watches owned by Carla's father (including a red one that contains the incriminating information implicating Marina and Carla's fathers), tricking Carla into letting her pay a visit so that she can give Nano the alarm code.

After successfully stealing them, Nano and Marina plan to leave town together, and it is revealed that Marina is pregnant. When Marina is confronted about the watches, she announces her pregnancy to her family, prompting the outraged Guzmán, joined by friends Polo and Ander (who seems reluctant and reminds him of what he did to Pablo, the student who got Marina infected with HIV in the first place), to beat him up in retaliation. At the end of year celebration Marina is murdered by Polo, who felt provoked by Marina when she refused to give him the red watch back, laughed off his attempts to get back with Carla and stated that everyone is using him. During the interrogation, Nano accuses Samuel of the crime but learns that Marina was planning to send him a message stating that she no longer wants to leave with him. When Carla and the reluctant Christian learn what Polo did, they (most reluctantly Christian) cover up his crime and Nano is framed in his place, resulting in his arrest.

Season 2

Nano is stuck in prison, after being accused of murdering Marina. No one is trying to help him, with the exception of Samuel and their mother, who are both desperately trying to make enough money to pay his bail. When Christian, the only person (aside from Carla) who knows the entire truth beforehand behind Marina's murder, tries to tell everything to the police, but is foiled on his attempt by Carla's father who deliberately runs him over, has him hospitalized and shipped off to Switzerland to receive further treatment, as a way to buy his silence and making the mission to clear his name longer than expected. We find out that if his bail doesn't get paid, he will sit in jail for two years until his official trial. Nano continues to proclaim his innocence in Marina's murder. He starts to lose hope about proving his innocence as he sits in jail.

After Samuel gets an envelope with enough money to pay the bail (from an unknown sender), Nano gets out of jail. Restless, Nano doesn't hesitate to show up at Las Encinas, causing Guzmán to fly into his vengeful rage and try to attack Nano, who tries to explain his innocence in Marina's murder, assuring that he truly loved and would never hurt her, while both of them are held back by Samuel and Guzmán's friends. Guzmán then threatens to kill Nano himself should he ever dare return to the school or anywhere near him or his friends. Angry at his brother's recklessness, Samuel drags Nano to the lockers, calling him out for always making everything worse and orders him to go home and stay there if he knows what's good for him. Despite taking care of the situation, the students (particularly Guzmán) are still apalled about the sudden incident, and keep wondering just what this means for them. "Let's hope you have the dog well tiep up", Lu mockingly remarks to Samuel. Azucena cuts her off and states that Nano is free until it is proven otherwise. "Or until he kills someone else", Guzmán coldly states. During nightfall, Nano shows up at Rebeka's Halloween party (despite Samuel having told him to stay home), wearing a Michael Myers mask to avoid being recognized, to tell Rebeka to stop involving Samuel in her mother's illegal drug business. Just as Nano leaves, he is spotted by Cayetana who tips Guzmán off about his presence, prompting the enraged Guzmán to take matters into his own hands, leaving a menacing audio telling his friends to not let him escape. After seeing Samuel and Carla kiss from afar, Nano confronts her on her way out, demanding to know what's her deal with Samuel and calling her out for leaving Christina injured and believing she was the one who killed Marina, but Carla doesn't answer and tries to escape, to no avail. Samuel arrives to stop this and violently beats Nano up, thus saving Carla's life and surprising Guzmán who witnesses this.

Guzmán confronts Nano in the eerily quiet streets at night. As Nano begins to walk away, Guzmán taunts him, saying he doesn’t have the balls to confront him. Nano replies that he doesn’t, he has brains instead. He tells him directly that he didn’t kill Marina and walks away as Guzmán vandalizes Nano’s car. After Samuel fights Guzmán over Polo's part in Marina's murder, thus resulting in Guzmán getting suspended for three days but Azucena reporting the incident to Samuel's mother, she calls Nano out for the coincidence of both this and Nano's release from jail, telling him that he would do everyone a favor if he left for good and never came back. Nano confronts Marina's mother, Laura, at their residence and insists that he is innocent, since he loved Marina so much that he could never kill her. Laura seems slightly convinced but traumatized. Nano then follows his mother's advice and leaves the city. After Guzmán is informed by his father that Nano was at their house, he becomes hysterical and races off to kill him, but only finds Samuel there. The maniacal Guzmán angrily demands Nano's wherabouts, to which Samuel yells out that it's Guzmán's fault Nano left. As they get into a scuffle, Samuel pulls out his phone and plays the audio snippets of his revealing conversation with Carla, which apparently shocks Guzmán. However, Samuel only recorded part of the conversation and his evidence to the Inspector proves to be useless. Guzmán would later help Samuel out, asking Ander if Polo really killed Marina, but unable to tell him the truth, Ander nervously replies "no". Guzmán's mind is put at ease this time and texts Samuel stating he believes Nano is innocent. After Samuel is nearly ran over by some men sent by Carla's father, Guzmán hides him inside his grandparents's house, planning to trap Carla into confessing to Polo's crime and making it look like Samuel disappeared and died, making Carla completely repented that she finally has the courage to go through with the act, thus resulting in Polo's arrest and leaving Nano free of the charges. However, this short-lived accomplishment is left in naught as Polo suddenly returns to the school, due to Cayetana (whom Polo revealed his role in Marina's murder to prior to his arrest) having hidden the murder weapon and Polo falsely denying his involvement to the Inspector.

Season 3

Nano doesn't appear in this season due to him having left the city to avoid being arrested for a crime he didn't do, but he plays a very pivotal role. Following Polo's release, he is immediately returned home while still under investigation, having been released on bail. The judge has requested a confrontation in court between Polo and his accuser Carla to compare their accounts. Guzmán is confident that Polo will confess but Samuel breaks the news that people don’t always get what they deserve. A postcard from Asilah, Morocco arrives at Samuel's house; it is from Nano. Samuel and his mother call Nano, who says he is enjoying his new life in Morocco and is healthy, although he is doubtful that Polo will be brought to justice. At the court, Polo seems to be on the verge of confessing, but is interrupted by a tearful Carla who announces that she made up all the allegations, having been blackmailed by her father into doing so, fearing that the police may look into his dirty dealings that implicate her mother, which would get them bankrupt, thus proving that Nano was right about the situation's easiness. Because of this, Polo is officially allowed back into the school and the culpability of Marina's murder is shifted back to Nano. Samuel's mother leaves for Morocco to be with Nano. Guzmán assaults Polo and the principal, outraged, states that she will no longer tolerate any of this and threatens immediate expulsion on any student who dares do this to Polo again. To make things worse, Polo's mothers fund a scholarship for students to attend college in New York, to bribe them into keeping their mouths shut about Polo.

Meanwhile, Samuel has the opportunity to clear his brother's name when he is summoned to the police station. The Inspector informs Samuel that they have been tracking the illegal activities of Rebeka's mother for quite some time and propose him a deal: if he gains crucial information about Sandra's crimes, Nano will no longer be charged with Marina's murder. However, Samuel starts mulling over this as he is dating Rebeka and doesn't want to betray her. After thinking it through, Samuel decides to go through with the police's deal, and agrees to secretly provide them info to bring down Sandra's drug business. Samuel waits in front of Rebeka's house until she arrives. When they enter her house, Samuel places a hidden microphone under the dining table, unbeknownst to Rebeka. Rebeka awakens to find her house being investigated as swarms of police take numerous pictures and ignore her; unbeknownst to her, Samuel's cooperation with the police has gotten Sandra put in prison. Samuel attempts to hide his guilt since he knows that he is the reason why Rebeka now has no money. Samuel is clearly feeling guilty that he is secretly responsible for Rebeka's mother being in prison, and Rebeka being left without a cent to her name. When Azucena informs Rebeka that the board considers having her expelled (given the seriousness in her mother's crimes), she offers Rebeka to sign a paper for her to drop out "voluntarily" so that her student record won't be tainted. When Rebeka refuses, reminding how Guzmán was allowed to stay during his father's arrest and ranting about the injustice of letting a murderer like Polo continue attending the school, all of her classmates follow suit, saying if she leaves then they leave as well. At school the next day, Rebeka learns the school board have agreed to keep her on, but as long as she makes sure her tuition payments are on time. Without much of a choice, she decides to start dealing drugs at school both for this and to fend for herself, despite Samuel's objections. Sandra starts to suspect Samuel in having sold her out, which Rebeka refuses to believe. To test Samuel's honesty, she fills her bag with fluorescent paint during a blackout party, and Rebeka finally realizes that Samuel had her mother arrested, breaking up with him and punching him in betrayal.

After Samuel is expelled from school and forced to repeat the year, alongside Guzmán, Rebeka and Valerio (for the drug dealing), on account of both unintentionally Polo and one of his mothers, Samuel tries to attack Polo in retaliation but is stopped by Guzmán, who holds him back, and Nadia, who fears that this scandal might cost her the scholarship for Columbia. It becomes apparent that Guzmán has stopped hating Polo, even after how badly they've been treating him, and is ready to move on, whereas Samuel is not. Guzmán's parents are also outraged about their son's expulsion and blame Lu for it, but Azucena refuses to re-admit him, probably either by her previous statement or under threat by Polo's mothers, who eventually cancel Nadia and Lu's scholarships for publicly bringing out Polo's crime in support of their former classmates. Samuel is later summoned to the police station where the Inspector informs him that the whole deal with the foreign officers was all a scam to track Nano's location, which led to his arrest and now he's awaiting repatriation. Despite assuring that she was tricked too, Samuel is understandably furious about this and blames the Inspector for having done her job very poorly, meaning that the deal to get justice for Nano was all for nothing. When Polo dies, accidentally caused by Lu, then Polo falling off a balcony, Samuel and the others manage to disguise his death as a suicide to prevent Lu from going to prison, as Polo himself wouldn't want Lu to pay for a small mistake she made. Cayetana turns in (albeit anonymously) the murder weapon and Polo's mothers relay Polo's confession to the Inspector that he was Marina's killer (before his death), finally exonerating Nano from his past crimes and relieving him from Polo's. Although the Inspector tells Samuel his brother is free to return whenever he wants, Nano (with valid reasons) no longer wants to, given the police's unfair treatment of him, so he doesn't trust them anymore because of it as stated by Samuel, who returns to repeat the year with Guzmán and Rebeka (minus Valerio), alongside Ander (who did not graduate either because of his cancer) and Omar, now enrolled as a new student, and Cayetana (having come to terms with her humble roots) is also there to stay as she is now employed as the new cleaning lady.

Season 4

Nano doesn't appear in the fourth season due to him being still in Morocco and his refusal to return to the city. However, he is mentioned by Guzmán to Ari, the new principal Benjamín's daughter (following Azucena's removal), when he and Samuel are constantly competing for her attention. In a bid to drive Ari away from Samuel, Guzmán discloses Nano's criminal past to her, including the fact that he had violated his parole prior to being given his sentence for Marina's murder. The next day, a debate between Samuel and Ari about the reintegration of prisoners takes place at the school premises. When Samuel finishes his arguments, it is Ari's turn. When she stops mid-sentence and sees Guzmán sitting in the crowd, Ari takes the opportunity to bring up this piece of information about Nano, leaving Samuel appalled and demanding his brother's name not to be mentioned, while Guzmán reacts in mild horror at this. When Ari still persists and Benjamín sides with her, Samuel becomes angry and storms out of the room, with Benjamín following suit. As Samuel tries to leave, Benjamín inspires him with a pep talk about the debate representing life itself, since it always catches you off guard, finishing when Benjamín states that whining behind an excuse is not what he should do, asking Samuel to let him know his decision about this. Guzmán later clarifies to Ari that he didn't tell her about Nano to use it against Samuel, whom he describes as the best thing that's ever happened to him and admires for persisting even when everyone didn't believe in him. He only told her because he is envious of Samuel, that said jealousy makes him afraid of losing Ari. Nano is once again mentioned by Samuel after Guzmán kills Armando, a middle-aged businessman who had sexually abused Mencía and assaulted Ari, Samuel warning Guzmán that he will end up like Nano if he confesses to the police, although Guzmán asserts that Nano had nothing to do with Marina's death. Ultimately, Samuel, Rebeka and Guzmán dump Armando's corpse onto a lake.

Relationships

Family

  • Pilar - Mother
  • Unnamed father
  • Samuel García - Brother
  • Unborn child † (with Marina)

Allies

  • Christian Varela - Best Friend
  • Omar Shanaa
  • Marina Nunier † - Love Interest and Former Accomplice

Enemies

  • Guzmán Nunier - Former Archenemy, Former Attempted Victim and Former Attempted Killer
  • Carla Rosón - Attempted Victim; tried to assault
  • Polo Benavent
  • Teo Rosón - Blackmailee
  • Rebeka Parrilla
  • Ventura Nunier
  • Inspectora
  • Ari Blanco - Exploiter

Trivia

  • Nano acts as a foil to Guzmán, as they both have a Big Brother Instinct, being fiercely protective of their respective sibling (Samuel for Nano and Marina for Guzmán). They also fall in love with a girl belonging to an opposite socioeconomic background (Marina for Nano and Nadia for Guzmán) who at first they only wanted to get close for a selfish goal (Nano wanted to enter Marina's mansion in order to get the incriminating information regarding Marina's father's shady dealings and Guzmán, dared by his then-girlfriend Lu, intended to take Nadia's virginity and make her the school's laughingstock). Both are prone to impulviseness and anger issues, but the only difference is that Nano is the reckless sibling and Guzmán is the responsible one (the same applying to Samuel and Marina, albeit only the other way around). Thus, while Nano is the troublemaking sibling in his family, Guzmán is always the one who has to sort out all of his own family's issues.

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Carlton Bloom | Iain Rannoch | Victoria Skillane | White Bear Visitors | Baxter | Waldo | Matthew Trent | Joe Potter | Jennifer | Saito Geimu | Kenny | Hector | The Hackers | Arquette | Garrett Scholes | Robert Daly | Marie | Trick | Mia Nolan | Dogs | Rolo Haynes | Catherine Ortiz | Dr. Munk | Frank Underwood | Claire Underwood | Doug Stamper | Piper Chapman | Linda Ferguson | Pornstache | Natalie Figueroa | Desi Piscatella | Thomas Humphrey | Artesian McCullough | Aydin Bayat | Pennsatucky | Yvonne Parker | Stella Carlin | Maria Ruiz | Denning Sisters | Madison Murphy | Dayanara Diaz | Carlos Litvak | Kubra Balik | Saul Goodman | Mike Ehrmantraut | Charles McGill | The Cartel (Hector Salamanca, Lalo Salamanca, Nacho Varga, Tuco Salamanca, Marco and Leonel Salamanca, Juan Bolsa, Krazy-8, Arturo Colon, Gonzo & Don Eladio) | Los Pollos Hermanos (Gustavo Fring, Victor, Tyrus Kitt, Lydia Rodarte-Quayle & Gale Boetticher) | Kim Wexler | Huell Babineaux | Ed Galbraith | Colombian Gang | Angel Changretta | Luca Changretta | Vicente Changretta | Father John Hughes | Billy Kimber | Michael Gray | Oswald Mosley | Jack Nelson | Darby Sabini | Arthur Shelby Jr | Arthur Shelby Sr | Thomas Shelby | Alfie Solomons | Hayden Stagg | Ghostface (Piper Shaw, Kieran Wilcox, Third Killer, Beth & Jamal Elliot) | Brandon James | Haley Meyers | Tom Martin | Becca | Tommy Jenkins | Luther Thompson | Avery Collins | Nina Patterson | Vecna | Billy Hargrove | Demogorgon | Martin Brenner | Connie Frazier | Lonnie Byers | Troy and James | Tommy H. and Carol | D'Artagnan | Neil Hargrove | Grigori | Larry Kline | General Ozerov | Heather Holloway | Tom Holloway | Bruce Lowe | Hospital Creature | Jason Carver | Patrick McKinney | Andy | Chance | Lt. Colonel Sullivan | Yuri Ismaylov | Angela | Jake | Shawn | Michael | Trevor | Count Olaf | Esmé Squalor | Hook-Handed Man | Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender | White-Faced Women | Bald Man | Carmelita Spats | Hugo, Colette & Kevin | The Man With a Beard But No Hair | The Woman With Hair But No Beard | Dr. Georgina Orwell | Sir | Vice Principal Nero | Ernest Denouement | Ishmael | Bombinating Beast | The Professor | Berlin | Arturo Roman | Alicia Sierra | Cesar Gandia | Palermo | Sic Mundus (Adam & Noah) | Eva | Luis Miguel | Luisito Rey | Tito | Matilde Sánchez | Cynthia Casas | Patricio Robles | José Pérez | Carla Rosón | Lucrecia Montesinos | Polo Benavent | Nano García | Cayetana Grajera | Teo Rosón | Begoña Benavent | Andrea Villada | Armando | Benjamín Blanco | Father Blackwood | Billy Marlin | Madame Satan | Weird Sisters (Prudence Blackwood, Agatha Night, Dorcas Night) | Batibat | Crimson Avenger | Plague Kings (Beelzebub, Asmodeus & Purson) | The Pagans (Pan, Circe & Nagaina) | Green Man | Caliban | Jimmy Platt | Dorian Gray | Bartel | Jerathmiel | Mehitable | Aphophis | Satan | Michael Groff | Adam Groff | Hope Haddon | Olivia Hanan | Man on the Bus | Sean Wiley | Peter Groff | Groff's Father | Thornton Pavey | Craig | Jutul Industries (Vidar Jutul & Fjor Jutul) | Ran Jutul | Saxa Jutul | Laurits Seier | Skeksis (SkekSo, SkekZok, SkekSil, SkekTek, SkekAyuk, SkekOk, SkekEkt, SkekMal, SkekVar, & SkekLach) | Tolyn | Seladon | Gruenaks | Darkened Creatures | Crooked Energy | Pat Rollins | Brayden Mills | Mr. Campbell | David Marsh | Dodge | Sam Lesser | Randy Lesser | Brinker Martin | Shadow Demons (Eden Hawkins - Frederick Gideon - Javi - Jackie Veda - Daniel Mutuku) | Erin Voss | Chad Garland | Raúl León | Pablo García | Natalia Alexander | Gerry Granda | Darío & Ernesto | Bruno | Alex | Roberto de León | Gerry's Father | Darío Guerra | Esteban Solares | Lys Antoine | Security Guard | Monsters (Starving Monster - Blind Monster - Spider Monster - Tongue Monster - Eyeball Monster - Protein Monster - Reach Monster - Speed Monster) | Outlaws | Ui-myeong | Hubert Pellegrini | Leonard Kone | Ravy | Frederick Gideon | Redcoats (Howe) | Spider | Oh Il-nam | Front Man | The VIPs | The Salesman | Masked Men (Masked Managers, Masked Soldiers & Masked Workers (Number 28)) | Cho Sang-woo | Jang Deok-su | Byeong-gi | Player 278 | Player 040 | Player 303 | Loan Sharks | Ji-yeong's Father | Gang Member | Yoon Gwi-nam | Son Myeong-hwan | Park Chang-hoon | Kim Hyeon-ju | Min Eun-ji | Lee Na-yeon | Lee Byeong-chan | The Principal | Zombies (All of Us Are Dead) | Hwang Jang-Soo | Ryu Lee-kang | Jo Seok-bong

See Also
13 Reasons Why Villains | Aardman Villains | Angry Birds Villains | Archieverse Villains | B: The Beginning Villains | Baki Villains | Barbie Villains | Beastars Villains | Benji Villains | Big Mouth Villains | Black Lightning Villains | Black Mirror Villains | Bleach Villains | Blumhouse Productions Villains | BoJack Horseman Villains | Breaking Bad Villains | Castlevania Villains | Cuphead Villains | Daredevil Villains | Death Note Villains | Defenders Villains | Designated Survivor Villains | Disenchantment Villains | DreamWorks Villains | Dr. Seuss Villains | Fast and the Furious Villains | Final Space Villains | Fullmetal Alchemist Villains | Godzilla Villains | Hilda Villains | How To Train Your Dragon Villains | Invader Zim Villains | Iron Fist Villains | Jack London Villains | Jessica Jones Villains | JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Villains | Jurassic Park Villains | Kakegurui Villains | Kung Fu Panda Villains | League of Legends Villains | Legendary Entertainment Villains | Lemony Snicket Villains | Locke & Key Villains | Love, Death & Robots Villains | Lucifer Villains | Luke Cage Villains | Magi Villains | Marvel Cinematic Universe Villains | Mediawan Villains | My Little Pony Villains | Nickelodeon Movies Villains | One Piece Villains | Orange Is The New Black Villains | Paradise P.D. Villains | Paramount Villains | Punisher Villains | Resident Evil Villains | Scream Villains | She-Ra 2018 Villains | Shrek Villains | Skylanders Villains | Sonic Villains | Sony Pictures Villains | Spongebob Villains | Squid Game Villains | Stephen King Villains | Stranger Things Villains | Studiocanal Villains | Studio Trigger Villains | Sweet Home Villains | Tales of Arcadia Villains | Teen Titans Villains | Texas Chainsaw Massacre Villains | The Addams Family Villains | The Boss Baby Villains | The Cloverfield Universe Villains | The Dark Crystal Villains | The Grudge Villains | The Jungle Book Villains | The Seven Deadly Sins Villains | The Umbrella Academy Villains | TMNT Villains | Turbo Villains | Universal Studios Villains | Usagi Yojimbo Villains | Warner Bros. Villains | Witcher Villains

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