Armando Riesco Net Worth
Armando Riesco was born on December 5, 1977 in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, is a Actor, Miscellaneous, Writer. Let us find out more about Armando Riesco’s career and net worth in 2018.
|Birthday||December 5, 1977|
|Birthplace||Mayaguez, Puerto Rico|
|Known As||actor, miscellaneous, writer|
What is Armando Riesco Net worth & Salary.
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Armando Riesco is a versatile NYC based actor with credits in film, TV, and the stage. He graduated from Northwestern University and has been working consistently in multiple genres with some of the best directors in the business, including Spike Lee, Oliver Stone, Steven Soderbergh, Jonathan Demme, and many others.
He has appeared in over a dozen films (Garden State, Adult World, Bella, World Trade Center etc.), and regular, recurring, and guest starring spots on television (currently on Showtime's "The Chi"). He has voiced and done motion capture for several video games, including the "Grand Theft Auto" series and "Just Cause 3". His voice can also be heard in national and international publicity campaigns for major companies such as Macy's, Chase, Garnier, McDonalds, and many others.
On stage he was most notably the title character in the Elliot Trilogy, which includes the Pulitzer Prize winning "Water by the Spoonful" by Quiara Hudes, for which he received a Lucille Lortel nomination for outstanding lead actor in a play. He is sought after for his unique portrayals of characters across the board. From anger fueled Marine, to hilarious trans-sexual, to bored, suburban, and supremely wealthy, Riesco has managed to submerge himself seamlessly into his roles.
As a director and writer/producer, his 1st short "Remember" was an official selection at LA Shorts, The NYHBO Latino Film Festival, LALIFF, and the Soho Film Festival. His second short "The Lost Flowers" premiered at the Rincón International Film Festival in PR. He is in post-production for a feature film he also stars in (working title: Seneca) alongside Susan Misner, Cote De Pablo, Shirley Rumierk, and Michael Cyril Creighton .