Felix Pire

Felix Pire

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Actor, Producer, Director and Puppeteer

Hollywood, California

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About Felix

FILM ACTOR: “12 Monkeys” (opposite Brad Pitt & Bruce Willis, Terry Gilliam, director), “Phat Girlz” (opposite Mo’Nique), “Dear God” (opposite Greg Kinnear, Garry Marshall, director), and “It’s My Party”, (Randal Kleiser, director).
TELEVISION ACTOR: Guest Starring Prison Break (FOX), NYPD Blue (ABC), Gideon’s Crossing (ABC), The Rerun Show (NBC), How to Rock (NICK). Series regular on Matt Waters (CBS).
STAGE: Won the 1997 New York Outer Critic’s Circle Award for Outstanding Solo Performance for “Men on the Verge of a His-Panic Breakdown” by Guillermo Reyes, Off-Broadway. His one man play “The Origins of Happiness in Latin”, won the California Community Foundation’s Brody Grant and the 2001 National Latino Playwriting Award. His third solo performance is a solo play written by Guillermo Reyes called: “This Way to Your Ritual Lobotomy”, played on Broadway at Theatre Row/Stages at the United Solo Theatre Festival in 2011.
PUPPETEER: Creator & puppeteer of the ongoing web series: "LosTiteres.TV"

Unique traits: Character actor... Accents & Dialects... Also Film/Television puppeteer.

Loglines

  • The Outrageously Homofunky Adventures of Sergio Menendez

    The Outrageously Homofunky Adventures of Sergio Menendez Comedy Hilariously gay club 'performance artist' Sergio Menendez rules South Beach, until a series of misadventures lead him to discover a long lost homophobic twin brother with whom he must team up on a scavenger hunt to claim a vast inheritance left to them by their perfume magnate grandfather.

Credits

  • Los Lost Ones

    Los Lost Ones (2014)
    Film by John Anthony Villalobos (Action, Crime and Drama) Actor A day in the life story in which two innocent sisters are kidnapped by Mexican-American gangsters to be drug traffickers. Throughout the day they all find the need to rely on each other and become a family to survive the intense events that occur. Written by Anonymous

  • The Dispensable Bliss

    The Dispensable Bliss (2013)
    Television (Comedy) Actor

  • 88 Jade Way

    88 Jade Way (2013)
    Television (Comedy) Actor

  • How to Rock

    How to Rock (2012)
    Television by David Israel (Comedy and Musical) Actor When Kacey Simon gets kicked out of the 'Perfs', she joins a new band called 'Gravity 5' and starts a rivalry between the two groups of who will be the number one group.

  • Family Restaurant

    Family Restaurant (2012)
    Film (short) by Andrea James (Family) Actor In a magical diner where the table items come to life at night, a grumpy toothpick dispenser named Picky learns a lesson in friendship when his new neighbors and a young customer must help rescue him. This heartfelt live-action program features puppets and children of LGBT families, and it ends with an upbeat music number. Written by Thought Moment Media

  • Something Real

    Something Real (2012)
    Film (short) by Guy Shalem (Comedy) Producer A celebrity packed short with a musical twist about the bar scene in Weho. A first collaboration between acclaimed director Guy Shalem, Tony award winning composer and lyricists Jeff Marx (Avenue Q) and 5-time Grammy-award winning producer, composer, and lyricist, Mervyn Warren. Written by Guy Shalem

  • Team Smithereen

    Team Smithereen (2009)
    Television by Don Asher (Animation, Action and Comedy) Actor, Miscellaneous Crew, Writer

  • Pink Sweat

    Pink Sweat (2009)
    Film (short) by Lara Everly (Comedy, Music and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew A comedic musical about puppet human love affairs.

  • Demption

    Demption (2008)
    Film (short) by Jason Neudecker (Action) Actor A burned out junkie returns the money he and his wife stole from their twisted dealer, leaving violence, chaos and death is his wake. With the revelation of a bloody execution, a local Detective enters to pick up the pieces and uncover the truth. Written by Sean Crouch

  • Prison Break

    Prison Break (2008)
    Television by Paul Scheuring (Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery and 1 More) Actor Structural Engineer Michael Scofield turns himself in to the Fox River Penitentiary in order to break out his brother Lincoln Burrows, who is on death row for the murder of the Vice President's brother. But Lincoln was set up by some of the Company (an agency formed by corrupt government officials) guys, headed by General Jonathan Krantz. Michael breaks out from Fox River with his brother Lincoln and other convicts. Written by Jyoti

  • Screening Party

    Screening Party (2008)
    TV Movie by Chil Kong (Comedy) Actor

  • Wild Girls Gone

    Wild Girls Gone (2007)
    Film by John Ennis (Comedy) Actor In the Spring Break capital of White Sands, Florida, Sheriff Terry Moran outlaws the town's world famous ass contests to win the elderly vote in his campaign for Mayor - even though he is married to the town's former Ass Contest Queen, Doreen. Unhappy with how her husband is changing, Doreen breaks out of her bored drunk housewife existence to recapture her youth and to subvert her husband's campaign. Written by Anonymous

  • Equal Opportunity

    Equal Opportunity (2007)
    Film by Howard Duy Vu (Comedy) Actor

  • Pollen

    Pollen (2006)
    Film (short) by Chil Kong (Drama) Actor

  • Phat Girlz

    Phat Girlz (2006)
    Film by Nnegest Likké (Comedy) Actor Two plus-sized ladies meet the men of their dreams in the most unexpected of ways.

  • Tales of a Fly on the Wall

    Tales of a Fly on the Wall (2004)
    TV Movie by Brian Tochi (Comedy) Actor The expression uttered mischievously throughout the world, "If only I were a fly on the wall" is personified in this truly original, hilariously irreverent, scripted, anthology comedy. Starring THE FLY, a seedily Shakespearean, two-winged Big Brother, this quick-witted, acid-tongued tour guide invites us into his world, to become 'A Fly on the Wall'. As the show's eavesdropping Host, THE FLY opens his personal diary, to divulge all of the deviant, embarrassing, confidential naughtiness everyone believed they could conceal. It's the most tantalizing "tell all" of all time. Do you think your secrets are safe from prying eyes? Well think again, 'cause he's The Fly on the Wall. Dzzzzzt! Written by Jodee Lia

  • NYPD Blue

    NYPD Blue (2003)
    Television by David Milch (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Actor Each week viewers see the gritty reality of life in a New York City Police unit as the officers go about their work with a grim determination. Two partners, Detectives Andy Sipowicz and John Kelley (later replaced by Bobby Simone), are the central characters in this weekly police drama, and personify very different approaches to their difficult job. Sipowicz's brash gruffness (covering an emotional vulnerability) is tempered by the precise and controlled demeanor of the two partners with whom he has worked. Written by Tad Dibbern <DIBBERN_D@a1.mscf.upenn.edu>

  • The Rerun Show

    The Rerun Show (2002)
    Television (Comedy and Family) Actor The Rerun Show recreates your favorite sitcoms verbatim without all the boring stuff!

  • Gideon's Crossing

    Gideon's Crossing (2001)
    Television by Paul Attanasio (Drama) Actor Ben Gideon is a doctor of great skill, he also has a great bedside manner. He heads the experimental oncology ward at a fictional teaching hospital in New England. Based on the work of Dr. Jerome Groupman, Gideon fights to inspire the next generation of doctors. Written by Anonymous

  • Dear God

    Dear God (1996)
    Film by Garry Marshall (Comedy) Actor Tom Turner is a con man, defrauding people from their money with a variety of two-bit hustles. One night he makes the mistake of attempting to hustle some undercover cops, and finds himself in court faced with the dilemma of either going to jail or getting a real job. Choosing to stay out of jail, he gets a job at the post office working in their Dead Letter Office helping to sort Dead Letters (i.e. mail which, for whatever reason, can't be delivered). Some of the mail he recieves can't be delivered because it's addressed to God, and he accidentally answers (sending them money in the process). This starts the ball rolling as more of his co-workers get in on the idea of helping people by answering "God" mail. Written by Afterburner <aburner@erols.com>

  • Matt Waters

    Matt Waters (1996)
    Television by Steven Smith (Drama) Actor Matt Waters starts a job teaching in an urban, prison like New Jersey high school after military retirement. Nicole and Charlie are fellow teachers who help Matt smooth his rough edges as he tries to reach disinterested students.

  • It's My Party

    It's My Party (1996)
    Film by Randal Kleiser (Drama) Actor "You won't leave me, will you?" Nick asks Brandon shortly after revealing to him the results of his last blood test for HIV. "I don't want to die alone." In spite of Brandon's protestations, the two soon find the love they had shared for many years in ruins. One year after their breakup, Nick is confronted with a ravaged immune system and a CT Scan and lab values which, along with his worsening forgetfulness, clenches the diagnosis of Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy (PML) -- a condition he has seen claim his friends and one which he vows will not take him. Due to the aggressive nature of the disease, he has only a few days of conscious life remaining. His plan, he announces to family and "extended family," is to voluntarily end his life himself before the disease renders him unrecognizable to those he loves and he, in turn, is unable to recognize them. Uninvited to the farewell party, Brandon's presence is greeted with jeers from those who see him as having abandoned Nick ... Written by Mark Fleetwood <mfleetwo@mail.coin.missouri.edu>

  • Twelve Monkeys

    Twelve Monkeys (1995)
    Film by Terry Gilliam (Mystery, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Actor An unknown and lethal virus has wiped out five billion people in 1996. Only 1% of the population has survived by the year 2035, and is forced to live underground. A convict (James Cole) reluctantly volunteers to be sent back in time to 1996 to gather information about the origin of the epidemic (who he's told was spread by a mysterious "Army of the Twelve Monkeys") and locate the virus before it mutates so that scientists can study it. Unfortunately Cole is mistakenly sent to 1990, six years earlier than expected, and is arrested and locked up in a mental institution, where he meets Dr. Kathryn Railly, a psychiatrist, and Jeffrey Goines, the insane son of a famous scientist and virus expert. Written by Giancarlo Cairella <vertigo@imdb.com>

  • 12 Monkeys

    12 Monkeys (1995)
    Film by Universal Fale

Awards

  • Award for Artistic Brilliance for solo stage performances by Urban Stages, Off-Broadway
    (2009)

  • Graduate of the Producer’s Guild of America’s Diversity Fellowship
    (2008)

  • Quarterfinalist in the Cynosure Screenwriting Awards, for comedy screenplay, Hurricane Nena
    (2005)

  • ABC Entertainment Television Group, Certificate in Recognition of Creative Excellence, for screenplay, Hurricane Nena
    (2003)

  • National Latino Playwriting Award, for comedy play The Origins of Happiness in Latin
    (2001)

  • Mark Taper Forum Playwriting Fellowship – Latino Theatre Initiative
    (2000)

  • California Community Foundation Grant, for development of The Origins of Happiness in Latin
    (2000)

  • Sundance Feature Film Program finalist for adapted short screenplay, Borders
    (1999)

  • Semi-finalist, New York Latino International Film Festival Screenplay Contest for fantasy screenplay Transients in Arcadia
    (1999)

  • New York Outer Critic’s Circle Award for Outstanding Solo Performance
    (1997)

Education

  • Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX)
    (1989-1993)

  • New World School of the Arts (Miami, FL)
    (1986-1989)

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