NUNO LOPES

 

Former Shooting Star, Nuno Lopes is undoubtedly one of Portugal’s most talented and successful actors working today, known for his chameleon-like ability to change across a whole range of characters. His breakthrough came from his role in the film ALICE, and his other award-winning performances include BLOOD OF MY BLOOD, and LINES OF WELLINGTON. In 2016, Nuno won the Best Actor Award at the Venice Film Festival for his portrayal of an unemployed boxer in SAINT GEORGE a film by Marco Martins. Recent work includes the drama MAR, alongside Maria de Medeiros (Pulp Fiction), and directed by Margarita Gil, THE GREAT MYSTICAL CIRCUS opposite Vincent Cassel (Black Swan), and the role of "Samuel" in THE WIND TURNS, co-starring Mélanie Thierry (The Zero Theorem), which premiered at Locarno International Film Festival, and AN EASY GIRL, the new feature film by Rebecca Zlotowski, won the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight prize for best French-language film. Nuno is currently filming a leading role on Netflix’s new series WHITE LINES with Left Bank Pictures (THE CROWN).

PLAYING AGE: 35 - 40

NATIONALITY: PORTUGUESE

LOCATION: PORTUGAL

LANGUAGES: PORTUGUESE, SPANISH, FRENCH, ITALIANENGLISH

AWARDS: - Best Actor award at the Venice Film Festival in 2016 for his performance in SAINT GEORGE.