Vasile Flutur is an award-winning actor based in NYC. Born and raised in Romania, he obtained his BFA at the prestigious National University for Theatre and Film in Bucharest, and received the Stefan Iordache award upon graduation. He then got his MFA at Brooklyn College, where he was awarded the Friars’ Club Fellowship.
He made his Off-Broadway debut in Tamburlaine, directed by Sir Michael Boyd at Theater for a New Audience, a show that was awarded "Most Honorable Mention" in the New York Times "Best Shows of 2014." He is honored to have shared the stage with John Douglas Thompson. Also Off-Broadway, he played the titular role In the world premier of Jericho, written by Michael Weller based on Ferenc Molnar’s Liliom.
He is also known for the films The Kidnapping of a Fish (Best Supporting Actor Award), Delenda, Hell House LLC 2 - the Abaddon hotel, Far from Here.
He recently wrapped the lead role in Snakeeater, a chilling neo-noir in which he plays opposite Isaach de Bankolé.
He's just made his major network TV debut in the upcoming season of The Blacklist (Ep 1), playing opposite James Spader and Cristopher Lambert.
Since he arrived in NYC, he has worked extensively with Piper Theatre, a company that offered him several scores that would change any actor's life - lead roles in The Nocturnes, The Island of Dr. Moreau (Bobby Award), Frankenstein, Splitfoot, and We Should Have Seen the Lights Already. Piper also pushed him into discovering new creative skills as a director, a writer, a painter and an educator.
He is fluent in Romanian, English, Spanish, French, and Italian.