Albano Jerónimo

Albano is an award-winning Portuguese actor, who is widely acclaimed for his unique versatility both on stage, and on screen. He has performed leading stage roles in works as diverse as Shakespeare, Tennessee Williams, David Mamet, and Martin McDonagh. His extensive television work includes: "Vila Faia"; "Mulheres"; "Paixão"; "Santa Bárbara"; "Os Filhos Do Rock"; as ‘Duarte Sousa Prado de Oliveira’ in the hugely popular Portuguese series "Dancin’ Days"; and in the critically acclaimed drama "Sara". Albano is best known to international audiences for his role as the Byzantine leader ‘Euphemius’ in the acclaimed epic "Vikings". His film work includes: "Florbela"; "Mysteries of Lisbon"; "Gelo"; "Lines Of Wellington", which garnered Albano a Portuguese Film Academy award; and "Caminhos Magnétykos", which earned him the Best Supporting Actor Award at the CinEuphoria Awards (his third). Albano’s recent work includes: "Ordem Moral", and the lead role in "A Herdade" (The Domain) directed by Tiago Guedes, which premiered at Toronto International Film Festival, and which has been chosen as Portugal’s Oscar choice for 2020. 



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English | Portuguese | Spanish | French | Greek | German

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