Nadia García Díaz (born February 27, 1988) is a Spanish editor and audiovisual translator. She was part of the editing team of Ramen Para Dos, a Spanish magazine specialized in Japanese cinema and culture until 2016, and also works as a freelance for several international media companies.
Nadia has studied her Bachelor's degree in Translation and Interpretation at the University of Valladolid. Then, she won a scholarship to study half of her career at Lessius Hogeschool in Antwerpen, Belgium. When she finished her studies she moved to Barcelona to study a Master's degree in Audiovisual Translation at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
She is renowned for her participation in very important movie translation projects, like the Spanish dubbing of Don Matteo, starring Terence Hill, or the Spanish dubbing of Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures, a Namco Bandai production. She also worked on the Spanish subtitling of The Client List, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and the Spanish dubbing of Silent House, starring Elizabeth Olsen.
She was part of the editors team at Ramen Para Dos, a Spanish magazine specialized in Japanese cinema and culture until 2016. Nadia has also participated as a speaker at several international translating conferences all around Europe