Gregory Katsenelson is a rising star in the world of theatre and film, known for his talent, versatility, and dedication to his craft. Now living in Israel, Gregory is excited to bring his talent and passion to Toronto, where he will be starring in the upcoming production of "The Incredible Adventures of Baron Munchausen".
Gregory has gone on to star in a number of acclaimed productions, including the Theatre on Mohovaya's production of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations," in which he played the leading role of Pip, and Ray Bradbury's "Tomorrow's Child," where he brought the character of Peter Horn to life in a powerful and memorable performance.
Gregory's stage work has also included a number of challenging and complex roles, such as the shadow in Horhe Louis Borhes' "Aleph" and the lead role of Vakula in Nikolay Gogol's "Christmas Eve". He has also showcased his singing and dancing talents in the festival "Time 'H'" and in numerous theatrical productions.
In addition to his stage work, Gregory has also made a name for himself in the world of film, starring in a number of critically acclaimed movies, such as "Carry coffins with your hands!" and "About people and war," where he portrayed a photographer in the midst of war. His talent and versatility have allowed him to play a wide range of characters, from an alcoholic in "Professional" to a German shooter in "Air".
When he's not acting, Gregory is a skilled musician, dancer, and fencer.
With his exceptional skill set, and dedication to his craft Gregory Katsenelson is one to watch in the world of theatre and film.