Gerald Barry Fillmore-García is a, Los Angeles based, British-Spanish actor, writer and filmmaker known in Spain for shows like the prime-time sitcom, "Gym Tony", where he was one of the stars and a writer for five seasons, Movistar Plus series “Reyes de la Noche” and Amazon Prime series “Little Coincidences” where Gerald was an actor and a writer and its American version is now being produced by NBC. His credits on film include "The Footballest" by Miguel Ángel Lamata, ”Unfortunate Stories" by, Goya Award winner, Javier Fesser and “Llegaron de Noche” by, Goya Award winner,  Imanol Uribe. 


“Hold For Applause”, his 2021 short-film as a writer, director, actor and producer has received 24 international Awards and has been selected in over a hundred festivals around the world. In 2022, Columbia-Sony Pictures will release "Tequila Repasado” written by Gerald and, Emmy Award winner, Judd Pillot. 


On stage: he joined in 2019 the Spanish National Theatre to be part of the critically acclaimed production and Max Theater Award Nominated "Firmado Lejárraga" directed by Miguel Ángel Lamata. His theater company The Sinflow has premiered several successful shows in Madrid's Gran Via and his on-stage work was recently awarded: Best Actor at 2019's Brisk Los Angeles Theater Festival and Best Play at the 2018's Short+Sweet Hollywood Festival.