Greek actor Adonis Kapsalis will be on TV screens everywhere as a guest star on the hit Showtime drama “Homeland”, starring Claire Danes.
The Thessaloniki-born actor, who has lived in London, New York, and now LA to pursue his acting career, will be featured on the episode titled “Two Minutes”. The episode airs on Sunday, March 15 at 9 PM ET/PT.
Kapsalis studied at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in New York City, then went on to star in several off-Broadway plays before moving to the screen. His credits include roles on HBO’s “Angels in America”, “As the World Turns”, and several high-profile voiceover jobs and commercials, including two recent gigs for Adidas and KITCHENAID.
“Homeland” is currently in its eighth season, which is also expected to be its last. The show features Danes as a bipolar CIA officer and Mandy Patinkin as her mentor, and has been one of the top-rated dramas on TV for years.
Though Kapsalis is most often in front of the camera, he is a multi-talented creator and has also worked in writing and production.
He served as an associate producer for the film “Meteora”, which was in competition at the Berlin Film Festival. Kapsalis has also completed two feature length screenplays that are currently in pitching and development status.
To check out Kapsalis’ work and discover more updates on this Greek actor’s career, follow him on social media (@adoniskapsalis).