Biography

Lampros Kalfuntzos was born in Athens, but raised in Larissa, Greece. He is the son of Dimitrios Kalfuntzos and Vassiliki Perogiannaki. An actor & graphic artist known for Dumbo (2019), Mission Impossible: Fallout (2018), The Murder on the Orient Express (2017), Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) and Jason Bourne (2016). He also starred in the Crown TV episode "Dear Mrs. Kennedy". He was educated at Staffordshire University before going on to Huddersfield University, where he studied Digital Design. From an early age he had a passion for films, CGI, visual arts and photography. To date he has starred in commercials, short and Feature films. He has also worked as a Photographer and Visual Designer for various fashion campaigns.

Lampros Kalfuntzos was born in Athens, but raised in Larissa, Greece. He is the son of Dimitrios Kalfuntzos and Vassiliki Perogiannaki. An actor & graphic artist known for Dumbo (2019), Mission Impossible: Fallout (2018), The Murder on the Orient Express (2017), Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) and Jason Bourne (2016). He also starred in the Crown TV episode "Dear Mrs. Kennedy". He was educated at Staffordshire University before going on to Huddersfield University, where he studied Digital Design. From an early age he had a passion for films, CGI, visual arts and photography. To date he has starred in commercials, short and Feature films. He has also worked as a Photographer and Visual Designer for various fashion campaigns.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 6

Birthday 1980-07-19

Place of Birth Athens, Greece

Official Site https://www.3ddream.net

Also Known As

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2019 Dumbo as Dreamland Patron Guard (voice)
2018 King of Thieves as Trendy Passerby
2018 Mission: Impossible - Fallout as VIP Guest (uncredited)
2018 Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again as Fisherman
2016 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them as Male Passenger on Newt's Boat (uncredited)
2016 Jason Bourne as Greek Protester (uncredited)

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