Răzvan Vasilescu

Born in 1954, in Ploieşti, Răzvan Vasilescu graduated from the Institute for Theater and Film Arts in Bucharest in 1979, where he studied with the professors Leopoldina Bălănuţă and Alexa Visarion. He has played on many professional stages, especially in Lucia Sturdza Bulandra Theatre in Bucharest, being a protagonist in productions such as: Marriage, by Nikolai Gogol, Endgame by Samuel Beckett, The Chairs by Eugen Ionesco, Henry IV, by Luigi Pirandello, The Colonel Bird, by Hristo Boychev, Leonce and Lena, by Georg Büchner, The Libertine, by Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt.
Răzvan Vasilescu has appeared in over 50 films, and received the Romanian Filmmakers Union (UCIN) Award for The Best Actor, for his performance in the movie The Oak, by Lucian Pintilie (1992). In 2008 he received the Award for The Best Actor, for the movie California Dreamin’ (endless), directed by Cristian Nemescu.