Louis Mandylor

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Louis Mandylor
Born Louis Theodosopoulos
(1966-09-13) 13 September 1966 (age 47)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Occupation Actor
Years active 1990–present
Spouse(s) Aneela Zaman

Louis Mandylor (born Louis Theodosopoulos [1] 13 September 1966) is an Greek Australian film and television actor.

Life and career[edit]

Mandylor was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, the son of Greek immigrants Louise (née Mandylaris) and Yannis Theodosopoulos, a taxi driver.[1][2] He is the younger brother of fellow actor Costas Mandylor. He and his brother took a shorter version of their mother's last name citing their last name as being too long.

Mandylor has enjoyed success in US television shows, such as a prominent guest appearance on Relic Hunter with Tia Carrere. Louis is probably most famous for his role in the movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Other major roles include playing Louis Malone in Martial Law alongside Sammo Hung. However, the show only lasted two seasons, with Mandylor being dropped at the end of its first season. Mandylor appeared in the sitcom Friends, pretending to be Joey's twin in "The One With Unagi". Additionally, he appeared in the third season of CSI: Miami as a robber/killer. He and his brother Costas have acted alongside each other in the Charmed episode "Saving Private Leo", the 2010 crime thriller Sinners and Saints and a short movie written and produced by Louis entitled My Brother Cicero. Louis portrayed Deputy Lloyd in the Syfy thriller film The Cursed, he stars alongside his brother Costas.[3] One of his more popular roles was that of Bobby DeLuca in the cult-classic Suckers, where he plays a good-guy turned car salesman.

Filmography[edit]

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Soccer career[edit]

Louis Mandylor (Louis Theodosopoulos) played for Heidelberg United FC (Megas Alexandros) in their 1988 State League championship team. He also played 5 National League games in 1989 and scored 1 goal.

Awards and accolades[edit]

  • Winner Best Actor at the Down Beach Film Festival for his role as Gerald in the film GERALD – October 2009
  • Winner Best Actor at the Sacramento International Film Festival for his role as Gerald in the film GERALD – April 2010

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