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Marios Ioannou (b.1972) is an actor working on theatre and film. He was born and raised in
Cyprus and graduated from the National Theatre, Greece.
Some of the most notable roles that he portrayed throughout his theatre career are
Büchner's Woyzeck (Zurich, Berlin, Stuttgart), Ben in Dogville and Casca in Julius Caesar
(National Theatre of Greece), Madman in Gogol's Diary of A Madman (London and Cyprus),
the role of a Geisha in the devised theatre play Tea Ceremony (on tour) and a multi-character
marathon in the devised theatre work Fear Industry (staged in Athens, Berlin, Gothenburg,
Malmo, Bremen) both directed by Achim Wieland. Fear Industry was selected “Best Theatre
Performance on Berlin Stages 2016” by Zitty Magazin.
He starred in over 30 film productions including The photographers (Nikos Koundouros),
Cheap Smokes (Renos Charalambides), Circo De La Vida (Maria Lafi), Greenhouse (Ioakeim
Mylonas), Conveyor Belt (Alexia Roider), Bourek (Vladan Nikolic), Rosemarie (Adonis
Florides). In 2002 he won the Best Actor Award at the Thessaloniki Film Festival for his lead
in Kalabush (Adonis Florides, Theodoros Nicolaides) and in 2012 received the Honorary
Mention for outstanding performance for his lead in Fish ‘n Chips (Elias Demetriou), who won
third prize at the 2012 Toronto Film festival.
He was appointed by the European Capital of Culture (Pafos 2017) to write and direct Uniting
the Mediterranean Sea, an international production of six participating countries, bringing
actors from Morocco, Spain, Turkey, Egypt, France and Cyprus on Stage.
He is the Co-Artistic director of the theatre ensemble SRSLYyours.
Marios Ioannou lives mostly in Cyprus working across Europe (Berlin, London, Barcelona).
For additional information please visit the personal site: www.mariosioannou.com
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personal site: www.mariosioannou.com
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