Was seen on our stage in:
Gentlemen's Club [Love Torn] by Rafael Bruza

Juan Bianchi was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After leading various rock bands and having walked—by chance—on the stage of the Moulin Rouge in Paris, he studied acting in Buenos Aires in the schools of Lorenzo Quinteros, Norma Aleandro (with Oscar Ferrigno) and, finally, with “actor’s director” Alexander Giles; Bianchi took part in acting seminars at—among others—the Teatro General San Martín and the Rojas Cultural Center. He studied and undertook complementary activities, including singing, guitar and acting before a camera. In the theater, he spent three seasons as the lead in El Hijo Mayor by Alexander Vampilov, which won the ‘Premio Estrella de Mar’ award for best drama. He also took the stage at Argentina’s famous Maipo theater, performing in Dario Fo’s Pareja Abierta. Other credits include Tennessee William’s The Glass Menagerie, Roberto Arlt’s 300 Milliones, and Hoy No Nos Peleamos, the work of a creative collective. His acting credits include movies and more than a dozen short films.