LANGUAGESGreek, English, some French & Italian
DialectsAlbanian, American-California, Argentinian, Belgian, Brazilian, Cypriot, East European, French, French Canadian, Greek, Italian, Latin American, Russian, Spanish, Turkish
Lives inAthens, Greece
Nicolas Bravos is an established actor and an accomplished pianist and musician from Greece. He studied acting with Eleni Skoti, one of the most celebrated acting gurus in Greece, and graduated with honours from the Contemporary Conservatory of Athens where he studied piano with the great Greek pianist and pedagogue Yorgos Manessis.
Since 2011 he has played in lead parts in numerous productions in the theatre, on film and TV both in Greece and in Cyprus.
Among Greeks, he is probably best known for his role as Filippos Linaios in the TV-series “Didyma Feggaria” (Twin Moons) which was aired both in Greece and in Cyprus on prime-time (2015-2017). This became a very successful show, and Nicolas earned rave reviews for his portrayal of a young single father, going through many adversities in life, which was based on a true story. It has made Nicolas very popular among Greeks all over the world because the series was also aired in the US, Canada, Australia and Europe through the Greek channel ANT1.
More recently Nicolas made his international debut co-starring in the Australian film “Don’t Read This on a Plane” directed by Stuart McBratney.
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