B I O G R A P H Y
Gilluis Pérez is a New York City-based actor, born and raised in Ponce, Puerto Rico. He is half Dominican and Puerto Rican. He recently played Chino in the Netflix hit series El Ganador/The Winner. He played roles in Award-winning films as Marcos in Revolt, Rene in Sin Filo and as Guillo in The Least Worst Man for HBO Latino. He landed a role in the upcoming Sony Pictures TV series The Oath for Crackle and roles in the New York Off-Broadway plays Pasadía Familiar at the Clemente Soto Vélez Theater & Habitat. Before turning his attention to acting, Gilluis was an Architecture student. He began his acting work in Telemundo TV series Zona Y and with a theater production of Luis Rafael Sánchez's Award-winning play, La Pasión Según Antígona Pérez in Puerto Rico. Since then he's worked on the Puerto Rican stage, in Regional Theaters and New York stage. Gilluis is an Alumni at The Actors Studio Drama School with an MFA in Acting. At the Actors Studio Drama School he worked on plays like Our Lady of 121St Street by Stephen Adly Giurgis, Art by Yasmina Reza, Almost an Evening by the Coen Brothers, Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay Abaire and The Feast by Corey Finley.