Adonis Kapsalis

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Adonis Kapsalis
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Born (1980-11-11) November 11, 1980 (age 43)
Alma materAmerican Musical and Dramatic Academy
  • Actor
  • Writer
  • Producer
  • Voice over artist
Years active2001-present
Known forTelevision shows as The Sky is Blue, Homeland, Sex and the City, As The World Turns and Meteora

Adonis Kapsalis (born November 11, 1980) is a Greek-American actor, writer, producer and voice over artist known for such films and television shows as The Sky is Blue, Homeland.[1], Sex and the City, As The World Turns[2] and Meteora.[3]

His most recent Voice Over work includes voicing several characters on multiple episodes on Audible (store) original docu-drama titled The Space Race, in honor of 50 years since the moon landing.[4]

Kapsalis served as associate-producer on the 2012 independent film Meteora, which, was nominated for the Golden Bear at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in February 2012.[5]

He is currently starring in the new national commercial for KitchenAid (2020)

Adonis Kapsalis graduated from the The American Musical and Dramatic Academy[6] and Black Nexxus in New York City.



Year Title Role Notes
2015 The Sky is Blue Bouncer Feature Film
2012 Hunting My Blood Chris/Thomas Short Film
2012 Meteora Dimitreus Feature Film
2013 The Failure Don Rind Feature Film
2005 Remedy Art Dealer Feature Film
2005 Jokebitch
2004 Blur
Year Title Writer Producer Notes
2020 Bet on Love Yes Yes In development
2020 Shambhala Yes Yes In development
2012 Meteora No Yes Associate-Producer


Year Title Role Notes
2020 Homeland First Guard Episode: "2 Minutes"
2012 Guys Choice Awards Movie Star Episodes: Tv Special
2007 As The World Turns Rex Episode: "#1.13034"
2003 Sex and The City Patron Episode: "The Post-It Always Sticks Twice"
2003 Angels in America Mourner Episode: "Millennium Approaches: Bad News"

In the media



  1. "Adonis Kapsalis Guest Stars in Hit Drama Homeland". Greek Reporter.
  2. "METEORA". Variety (magazine).
  3. "Hollywood Glamor in METEORA". Proto_Thema.
  4. "The Space Race An Audible Original". Audible.
  5. "CoProduction Pressbook 2012" (PDF). 2012-01-09. Retrieved 2013-08-30.
  6. "AMDA Alumni Adonis Kapsalis Tribute".

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