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Ferro in Madrid in 2009
San Francisco, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Actor, voice actor|
|Years active||1983 - Present|
Carlos’ first career in the entertainment industry was as a DJ. Spinning records in San Francisco’s nightclubs, he quickly became one of the city’s prominent DJs, befriending musical acts such as Grace Jones and the late Divine. Leaving music for a career in theatre and television, his work eventually led to a stint as an artist in residence at Cornell University.
Carlos starred in the show SAL, originally produced at the Climate Theatre in San Francisco then at the Zephyr Theatre in Hollywood.[when?] His portrayal of Sal Mineo, co-produced and co-written by him, received a Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award nomination for Best Solo Performance.[third-party source needed]
Since then, he has continued acting in television, both on-camera (in Star Trek: The Next Generation episode Genesis) and in animation voice-over (Justice League, Spawn). He also had a short speaking role as Olivero Sisko in 'Big Top Scooby Doo'. He has worked with director John Landis and actors Jerry Lewis, Harvey Fierstein and Dudley Moore.
Video game voice acting
|2002||X-Men: Next Dimension||Forge|
|2003||James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing||Peruvian villain|
|2005||Tony Hawk's American Wasteland||Unknown|
|2006||Scarface: The World is Yours||Colombian drug lord|
|2006||Saint's Row||Manuel Orejuela|
|2006||Gears of War||Dominic Santiago|
|2007||Assassin's Creed||Damascus Bureau Leader|
|2008||Gears of War 2||Dominic Santiago|
|2008||Quantum of Solace||Spanish mercenary|
|2009||The Godfather II||Michael Corleone|
|2009||Assassin's Creed 2||Leonardo Da Vinci|
|2010||Command & Conquer: Tiberian Twilight||Mastodon|
|2010||Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood||Leonardo Da Vinci|
|2011||Gears of War 3||Dominic Santiago|||
Music video production
- "Carlos Ferro". Argumento Films. Archived from the original on 2007-12-18. Retrieved 2008-07-24.
- "Bio". SAL. Archived from the original on 2008-05-16. Retrieved 2008-07-24.
- "Carlos at the IMDB". Retrieved 2009-02-16.
- Bui, Trung (2011-05-09). "Epic’s Rod Fergusson Calls ‘Gears of War 3′ Voice Cast ‘Best in Gaming’". Game Rant. Retrieved 2011-06-04.
- "Two For a Tenner - Yes Please (Melrose Edit)". Retrieved 2008-07-24.
- Carlos Ferro at the Internet Movie Database
- Music Video "Two For a Tenner - Yes Please (Melrose Edit)"
- Interview on Tomopop
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