Kostas trained as an actor at the Actors Centre in London, UK. A dedicated artist, he has been working tirelessly and creating continuously for the last years. As a result, he has built an interesting and varied resume on film, theater and TV, including working with some of the greatest directors, producers, actors and casting professionals in the world. His work includes Hollywood greats such as ‘Nine’ directed by Rob Marshall, ‘The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus’ by Terry Gilliam, Mike Newell’s ‘Prince of Persia’ & ‘Brides’ (produced by Martin Scorsese), ‘W.E.’ directed by Madonna, Martin Scorsese’s ‘Hugo Cabret’; Theater work: Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’ (London West End), Euripides’s ‘Trojan Women’ (Epiduarus Theater), ‘Aphrodite & the Apple’ (Theater of Bournemouth); Television: ‘City Exposed’ (BBC), ‘True Stories’ (Channel 5), ‘The Hour’ (BBC). His very strong charisma and powerful physique lend themselves particularly to the movie industry. In theater, his powerful voice and acting technique have an impressive range and depth, together with an enormous energy and presence which is also evident on camera. He has excellent sight reading and improvisation skills. He always studies his roles with great thought and depth and works really hard to create them. Kostas’ ability to play a range of strong, volatile and even vulnerable, leading and character roles is a major advantage in his career. Like many of his fellow thespians have said, it’s always a pleasure to work with him. Kostas spends his creative time mostly between Europe and America. He is a bilingual in English and Greek, speaks good French and basic Spanish. His other acts include singing and creative writing.