Tomás Faber

Tomás Faber

Tomás Ignacio Faber is a dedicated and disciplined actor originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina. A fluent Spanish speaker, Faber was recently seen as the romantic lead Santiago in the short film Fuera de Nuestro Control, which made the film festival circuit in 2021 including screenings at New York Short International Film Festival and ARFF Barcelona.  Additional short film credits include appearances as the intellectual Bob in Stuck in a Loop, and in a supporting role of the Lawyer in the heart-wrenching film Affliction. Equally at home on stage and screen, Tomás enjoyed engagements in leading romantic roles including Tom in Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie and the brooding Val Xavier in Orpheus Descending. Tomás also refined his comedy chops as the delusional womanizer Happy in Arthur Miller’s Tony award-winning American classic Death of a Salesman. Although clearly a master of classic texts, Tomás is also an exception contemporary actor. His performance as Ken in Red certainly draws parallels to his own career, as both Tomás and Ken are clearly hardworking, with an ambition to rival that of the greats, including Mark Rothko. Other regional credits include performances such as the brooding and introspective Astrov in Uncle Vanya and the pessimistic and isolated Edmond in Long Day’s Journey Into Night.

Artist Bio

Tomás Ignacio Faber is a dedicated and disciplined actor originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina. A fluent Spanish speaker, Faber was recently seen as the romantic lead Santiago in the short film Fuera de Nuestro Control, which made the film festival circuit in 2021 including screenings at New York Short International Film Festival and ARFF Barcelona.  Additional short film credits include appearances as the intellectual Bob in Stuck in a Loop, and in a supporting role of the Lawyer in the heart-wrenching film Affliction. Equally at home on stage and screen, Tomás enjoyed engagements in leading romantic roles including Tom in Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie and the brooding Val Xavier in Orpheus Descending. Tomás also refined his comedy chops as the delusional womanizer Happy in Arthur Miller’s Tony award-winning American classic Death of a Salesman. Although clearly a master of classic texts, Tomás is also an exception contemporary actor. His performance as Ken in Red certainly draws parallels to his own career, as both Tomás and Ken are clearly hardworking, with an ambition to rival that of the greats, including Mark Rothko. Other regional credits include performances such as the brooding and introspective Astrov in Uncle Vanya and the pessimistic and isolated Edmond in Long Day’s Journey Into Night.

He spent his childhood and adolescent years of his life traveling across the globe which uniquely shaped and influenced him as an artist. Tomás continues to hone his craft at HB Studio’s Studio Practice with renowned teacher, Michael Beckett.

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