Joshua Panagiotou: early-thirties with Greek-Cypriot ancestry, he is an ethnically-ambiguous type who could easily tackle roles ranging from Southern European to middle-Eastern. His body type reflects a tough-guy image: strong, muscular, and tattooed - an urban bad ass - but behind this exterior is a sensitive soul (like Jake Gyllenhaal or Ryan Gosling in The Place Beyond The Pines). His eyes are deep, soulful, and penetrating. Looks wise, he's a mixture of Oscar Isaac, Eli Roth, and Mark Ruffalo.
Joshua will book roles like Sonny in Dog Day Afternoon (Al Pacino), Keller Dover in Prisoners (Hugh Jackman), or Tommy DeVito in Goodfellas (Joe Pesci). He is the scorned boyfriend out for revenge, the career-criminal biker with a sudden change of heart, he is the man you do not want to cross as he will make no apologies for what will happen. Joshua's ideal role: Wolverine.
Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts