Al Miro

Al Miro

Currently Teaching:

  • Evening Audition Class

Al is a New York trained actor who has extensive experience on stage, TV and film. He was nominated for a 2016 LEO Award for his starring role in the New York shot feature film Daddy’s Boy, as well as Best Actor at the NYC Winter Film Awards for his performance in the multi award winning Indie film Computer Potato.

He has appeared on such hit shows as Fox’s Fringe, USA Network’s Psych, CW’s Supernatural,  The Flash and Cult, CBC’s Intelligence, CTV’s Alice, I Think and Hiccups. Other roles include the romantic lead in I Hate Toronto: A Love Story, and roles in Dark Harvest and The Good Catholic.

He is the co-founder of the New York based Animus Theatre Company. He was last seen Off-Broadway in the role of Silva in Tennessee William’s The Long Goodbye under the direction of fellow company member Matthew Lillard. Other theatre credits include Angelo in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, James in After and Tony in Tony & Tina’s Wedding.

Al is a graduate of Circle in the Square Theatre School.

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