Eliot Giuralarocca has been nominated for Best Actor in this year’s Off West End awards.
Eliot plays Manachem Stressler in The Beekeeper, a German Jew who survives in one of the labour camps at Auschwitz by harvesting honey from the camp’s beehives for his captors.
The Beekeeper has been critically acclaimed, with consistently excellent reviews and a total of three Offie nominations. Directed by Adrian McDougall, the script is written by Michael Ashton who learnt the art of scriptwriting while serving time in prison.Overview
Eliot was nominated for Best Actor at the 2012 "Offies" for his role in The Beekeeper.
Theatre includes The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui for Liverpool Everyman/Nottingham Playhouse, Measure for Measure for Thelma Holt, Comedy of Errors and Titus Andronicus for Shakespeare's Globe, Don't Look Now for the Hammersmith Lyric/Sheffield Theatres, Twelfth Night for Manchester Royal Exchange, Demons and Dybuks for The Young Vic and The Government Inspector for The Salisbury Playhouse.
His screen work includes Rob Marshall's feature film Nine for The Weinstein Company, Night Swimming for Tri Star, Cake for Formosa Films and Egypt for S4C.
Eliot studied English at Oxford University.About Sainou
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