Rodrig Andrisan was born on October 7, 1958, in Bucharest, Romania.
Real debut as actor in 2010, in London, United Kingdom, in the short film "Second Unit" with The Reluctant Detainee role. He's a born actor, natural, believable, convincing, having no acting school at the base.
In Romania, claimed three exams I.A.T.C.-Regie Film (to become Film Director), in 1978, 1980, 1981, back when there were only 2 seats and more than 1,000 candidates, being on the brink to be admitted to the 3rd attempt. Geo Saizescu, Elisabeta Bostan and Gheorghe Vitanidis, were all members of the admissions committee, but the one that propelled Rodrig Andrisan in the knockout phase 2, was the erudite professor of Theatre Directing, Mihai Dimiu.
After 1990, Rodrig Andrisan stated in Romania as a writer and journalist, having over 1,000 articles published in various newspapers and magazines and 2 books published : "Giants of Rock Music" (1991) and "The Unnamed Puppy" (1996).
Between 1991 and 2007, thousands of movies translated from English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, into Romanian, live at the Romanian Film Archive and various film festivals (Dakino, European Film Festival) and, with script, at several TV networks.
Rodrig Andrisan has many films under his belt (Feature Films, Short Films, Music Videos, Commercials), in which he appeared as an actor, portraying very different characters, thanks to his natural look "all ethnicities".
Unique traits: His ability to play almost any ethnicity. Almost always played tough characters. Fluent in four languages: English, Italian, French and Romanian. Semi-fluent in other three: German, Spanish and Russian.