Francois Carpenter – French / Spanish /American

Born in Chile and brought up in Paris, Francois is marked by an intense multiculturalism. A flawless polyglot in latino Spanish and French, with a vibrant and warm American accent, Francois is also enriched by a high Italian practice. After dropping out of Law school, Francois trained with the acclaimed mentor Jean-Laurent Cochet in Paris before graduating in November 2020 from Fourth Monkey, London.

He studied with the Moliere winning directors Caroline Darnay and Raphael Cambray, Brigid Zengeni, Ewa Kolodziejska and the director of Theatre Ré and RADA teacher, Guillaume Pigé.

Whilst training Francois has played: Emperor Nero in Britannicus, Claudius in Hamlet, Beverly/Steve in August: Osage County, Orsino in Twelfth Night and Lorezino of Medici in Lorenzaccio.

Francois has been in multilingual stage productions in London, Paris and Italy such as Medea (Cockpit Theatre), Scapin the Schemer and in an Italian/English production directed by the master of Commedia dell’arte, Antonio Fava.

His screen experience includes the TV show Versailles (NETFLIX), a short directed by Alexandra Spencer Jones A Matter of Life and Death and his multilingual voice overs are examples of his international palette

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