LULA SUASSUNA

Actor, London

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Lula Suassuna is an experienced actor, based in London. He has been cast in a wide variety of roles in films, theatre shows, commercials and music videos. His work has been praised by journalists and industry professionnals. Don't forget to take a glimpse at the videos page!

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Photo: Olivier Allard

Highlights

- Lula is delighted to work with the Exchange Theatre in their 2 new productions: ANTIGONE and LE MÉDECIN MALGRÉ LUI. May 2015.

- Shakespeare's HENRY V with the OH Players company, at the beautiful Harrow School Theatre. April 2015.

- December 2014 - March 2015. LE PETIT PRINCE, a stage adaptation of the most read and translated book in the French language. EUROPEAN TOUR: Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Poland:

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Harrow School Theatre

"Caroline Roussel and Lula Suassuna play these humorous and yet challenging roles with flair, wit and irony." Augsburger Allgemeine newspaper

"Caroline Roussel and Lula Suassuna provide, through their expressive acting some bright and cheerful theatre moments." Main-Spitze newspaper

- 2014. The feature film 50 KISSES by Chris Jones won the 'Flickers International Vision Award' at the RHODE ISLAND FILM FESTIVAL.

- 2014. Present at the CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2014 with the short film JUNTA by Sander Aben.

- 2014. POILU AND TOMMY, nominated for BEST PRODUCTION at the OFF WEST END AWARDS (the OFFIES):

"The characters are well-developed and the acting is very good." – "Tom Grace (Alfred) and Lula Suassuna (Charles) steal the show."
www.remotegoat.com

"The performances of the cast were exceptional, especially Alfred (Tom Grace) and Charles (Lula Suassuna)." - "The show’s stellar cast’s comic timing and stunning performances make for a rather enjoyable watch."
whatspeenseen.co.uk

***** "The entire 9-strong cast deliver a sterling job" - "... with Lula Suassuna (Charles) in particular a frustratingly funny companion."
viewsfromthegods.co.uk

**** "Charles’ dependence on poetry and beauty to get him through the war was depicted sensitively by Suassuna."
www.thepublicreviews.com

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