Andreas Apergis has been working as an actor, director and translator for over twenty years in both French and English. Recent screen credits include Pawn Sacrifice, Ed Zwick's biopic about Bobby Fischer, Brian Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past and Guy Maddin's Séances project. He played Commander Krone in Riddick 3 as well as the mercenary Ritter in Rolland Emmerich's White House Down. For television he has appeared in four seasons of Being Human, as Miro Cescu in Durham County 3 and has a recurring role in Timothy Sexton's Lifetime series The lottery . He has also been the voice in many video games, such as Cesare Borgia in Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, and Frank Pritchard in Deus Ex: Human Revolution. In 2009 he received a Best Actor Mecca award for his work in the original play Blessed are They. His directorial debut of Medea (produced by Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre) which he translated and starred in as Jason won best English Language production in 2011, while his second, a translation of Euripides The Bacchae won a total of nine awards including Best Actor and Best Production.
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