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- Age Range: 35 - 45
- Eyes: Brown
- Hair: Salt and Pepper
- Height: 5' 5"
Raúl E. Peyret is an Argentinian-American actor born in Córdoba, Argentina. He moved to the Pacific Northwest in 2000 where he completed most of his acting training. He was last seen interpreting Mikhail Astrov in "Uncle Vanya" by Anton Chekhov, directed by Susan Bradford (Black Dog Theatre). Prior he had appeared in "Iguazú" directed by Rebecca Tourino (Parley), "K2" directed by Susan Bradford (Black Dog Theatre), "A Streetcar Named Desire" directed by L. Zane Jones (New City Theatre) and in other productions such as "My Uncle’s letters” written by Bob Flor, directed by Eloise Cardona (ACT Theatre) and “Undocumented” written by Margaret O'Donnella. He participated in films including "Beloved Beast" (2018), "Gone with the Dead" (2017) and shorts films such as " 2400 Miles Off Broadway", "Empty", "The Nature of Things", “STILL: The Web Series” and 48 Hour Film Projects.
Professions/skills: Marketing;Managing Director;Actor