Greek-born Australian actor and director Louis Mandylor began shooting for his new film production “How To Rob A Bank In 10 Easy Steps” in Melbourne.
The talented star and independent film producer’s new film is anxiously awaited after the “Elwood” project that earned him positive reviews and a warm welcome as a director.
Having grown up with Hitchcock movies, the former professional soccer player and martial arts athlete is considered by many to be an outstanding example of a modern independent filmmaker, who brings intellectual charisma, creativity, sensational performances, special effects and exciting sequences together in a single film.
Born in Melbourne, Australia, Louis Mandylor is the son of Greek immigrants Louise (née Mandylaris) and Yannis Theodosopoulos, a taxi driver. He is the younger brother of fellow actor Costas Mandylor.
Mandylor has enjoyed success in US television shows, including a prominent guest appearance on Relic Hunter with Tia Carrere. Louis is probably most famous for his role in the movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Other major roles include playing Louis Malone in Martial Law alongside Sammo Hung. One of his more popular roles was that of Bobby DeLuca in the cult-classic Suckers, where he plays a good-guy turned car salesman.
Mandylod has received the Best Actor Award at the Down Beach Film Festival for his role as Gerald in the film GERALD, in October 2009, and the Best Actor Award at the Sacramento International Film Festival, again for his role as Gerald, in April 2010.
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