Christos Floros is a European actor and playwright from Luxembourg and Greece. He is known for sounding weirdly British whilst swearing in French. He is interested in current affairs and politics and often offers his opinion. He lives in London. 🇪🇺
Born in Athens, Greece in 1993. Christos grew up in Luxembourg where he attended the European School of Luxembourg where he began acting at a very young age both at school and with the Theatre Company of Luxembourg.
Christos studied architecture in Oxford, becoming a member of the Oxford Union. When in 2012 the European Economic Crisis was still unresolved, his attention turned to politics and the understanding of international affairs, leading to a stimulating summer at Harvard University. He moved to London to train as an actor in 2015 at the prestigious East 15 Acting School.
In 2017 Christos was honoured with the Jack Petchey Achievement Award for contributions to East 15 and its community. He was also seen for the first time on the London stage at the Arcola Theatre in the company of Richard III (played by Greg Hicks).
In 2018 Christos formed ARCO DEUM with Loucas Bretz, an alternative rock band and his first play, Generation Z or Uncertainty of a Scattered Mind was published after being performed at the Corbett Theatre in 2017.
BA in Acting (2018) from East 15 Acting School
BA in Architecture (2014) from School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University
Previous places of study: Harvard University (US), RADA (UK), Pratt Institute (US), Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (UK), Invest Europe (BE), European School of Luxembourg (LU)