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Encyclopedia > Jorge Castro(actor)

Jorge Castro (born approx. 1970) is a Theatrical actor from Puerto Rico. Skinny and dark-haired, Castro has participated in some television projects as well, including some locally produced movies.


Castro has done more than 30 plays during his theatrical career. Many of these plays have been presented at the legendary Teatro Tapia, in the Santurce area of San Juan. Nevertheless, he has toured the whole island with some of his plays. Currently, he is participating in a play named El Trovador (a trovador is someone who sings and plays typical Puerto Rican music, no known word for trovador exists in English).


Castro is the brother of producer Vicente Castro. He is married to actress Suzzette Baco


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External link

[[1] (http://www.orgulloboricua.net/artecultura/espectaculos/escenateatro2003_010603.html)] (info about his current play).


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