Christos Floros is a European creative from Luxembourg.
Christos grew up in Luxembourg and attended the European School. His love for Luxembourg City led him to pursuing studies in architecture in Oxford and Luxembourg. He is an actor and architect through his training and works with RTL in Luxembourg covering news and politics, and improving storytelling.
He is passionate about democracy and politics, and about communicating with contemporary audiences, in digital (social) mediums.
Growing up as an immigrant in Luxembourg in the 90’s, Christos experienced multiple worlds and cultures. His parental family was far away, but he had a multicultural and multilingual family, through his neighbours.
At the European School he was known as a friendly figure and performed in school plays. He served as President of the Pupils’ Committee, and was always available and at the service of the students.
Christos studied architecture in Oxford, and became a member of the Oxford Union. While a student in Oxford, he founded a political blog called ‘Wordscover‘ for students and young adults, where he offered his commentary and opinion on current affairs. During his bachelor studies he also took an introduction to International Relations at Harvard, in the US.
After Oxford he moved to London and trained as an actor. In 2017 he was seen for the first time on the London stage at the Arcola Theatre in the company of Richard III and in his first authored play, Generation Z or Uncertainty of a Scattered Mind at the Corbett Theatre. He continued his studies in architecture, European urbanisation and globalisation at the University of Luxembourg.
He worked throughout all of his studies, on and off, in Sales for Abecrombie and Fitch in London for 4 years, in Private Banking in Luxembourg, in Private Equity in Greece, for architecture practices, as a Student Ambassador and Marketing Consultant as well as a theatre producer.