Andros Perugorría is an actor born in Havana, Cuba, on August 2, 1990, known for Juan of the Dead (2011), 7 Days in Havana(2012) and Los nuestros (2015).
The son of famous Cuban actor and director Jorge Perugorría, his training as an actor begun early at age 12, with Humberto Rodriguez, Director of the Olga Alonso Theatre Group, where he played various Universal Classic Theatre and Cuban Classical Theatre roles.
His first role in a full length, commercially released feature film came at age 20, when he played Vladi in Juan of the Dead (2012). His passion and commitment for theatre and the stage remains despite various film projects, performing in “hamlet Interview” and “Litoral” under Miguel Abreu at the Ludi Theatre Company, as well as in Wadji Mouawad’s “Incendios”. In 2018 he plays the role of Loret de Mola in Rigoberto Lopez’ “El Mayor” as well as the role of Victor in Paolo Consorti’s Havana Kyrie.
An aging, down-on-his-luck Italian conductor reluctantly travels back to Havana, Cuba, to oversee performances of compositions in which he specializes. His concerns seem well-founded when his trip starts off on the wrong foot and he is quickly met by the son he never knew he fathered years ago, but his past eventually adds new purpose and meaning to his present. This is a heart-warming, nostalgic tale of a quirky old man rediscovering the “spice of life” once again.Read More