Anthony Rotsa is a British actor who was born and raised in London, England by Greek Cypriot parents. He has experience in mainstream theatre, feature film, and television and is fluent in both English and Greek; he also speaks Spanish to a high conversational level.
His first ever performance was at the age of 8 at his primary school; Albany School in Enfield where he performed a short silent comedy with his identical Twin brother Michael. (Who is also an actor). From the age of 8 he knew he wanted to be a performer.
Anthony graduated from Middlesex University in 2006 with a BA Hons degree in Drama and Theatre Studies. His selected modules included: Shakespeare, live stand up comedy, and physical theatre. This training lead Anthony to form a small amateur company which had its debut performance at the Theatro Technis in Camden, London. Two years later he performed at London’s first ever trade show for actors; ActorExpo2008 with an ensemble devised physical theatre piece called Violently Happy.
Soon after, his career jump-started with theatre tours in England and Germany, such as an outdoor theatre performance of Kenneth Grahame’s Wind In The Willows and a touring performance of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal.
In 2009, Anthony joined Face2Face Theatre in Madrid, Spain. His Spanish theatre debut took place in the prestigious Teatro Alcázar where he played the roles of Oberon, Lysander, and Flute in an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream.