Christos Floros is a European actor from Greece and Luxembourg. He is a recent graduate of East 15 Acting School in London. Christos wrote and performed his first play, Generation Z, as part of the International Festival in 2017. Christos grew up in Luxembourg where he attended the European School, and that is where he was introduced to dancing & theatre. He studied Architecture in Oxford before training as an actor. He is known for his charm and passion.
iMDB Mini Biography, sourced July 17, 2018 4:19 PM
In 2010 he spent a summer in New York attending Pratt Institute. After school, he went on to study architecture in Oxford, at the School of Architecture of Oxford Brookes University, becoming a member of the Doric Club and the Oxford Union. His years in Oxford were very creative and inspiring, it is also where he founded Wordscover, an online journal for students to offer opinion on current affairs which ran from 2011 to 2016.
When in 2012 the European Economic Crisis was still unresolved, his attention further turned to politics and the understanding of international affairs, leading to another stimulating summer spent in the US, being taught by Professor Stacy D. VanDeveer at Harvard University while in parallel working with Thomas Derrah, taking an introduction to acting, where he believes he successfully transformed into a flamingo during Animal Studies.
After receiving his BA in Architecture, he moved to London and was admitted into East 15 Acting School. In 2017 he was honoured with the Jack Petchey Achievement Award.
Today, he is an actor and enjoys writing.