Gerald Barry Fillmore-García is a, Los Angeles based, British-Spanish actor, writer and filmmaker known in Spain for movies such as "The Footballest" by Miguel Ángel Lamata, "Unfortunate Stories" by, Goya Award Winning director, Javier Fesser and "What Lucía Saw" by, Goya Award Winning director, Imanol Uribe, and hit TV series like Movistar Plus "Reyes de la Noche", the prime-time sitcom "Gym Tony", where he was one of the stars and a writer for five seasons, and Amazon Prime series "Little Coincidences" where he acted and wrote with Javier Veiga. Its American version is now being produced by NBC.
Gerald has also written for Televisa, Mediaset, Atresmedia, Facebook Watch, the EOP Comedy Show produced by John Leguizamo's NGL, and Sony Pictures will soon premiere "Tequila Repasado" written by Gerald with, Emmy Award winner, Judd Pillot. "Hold For Applause" and "For Pete's Sake", his two latest short-films as writer, director, actor and producer have won 69 international Awards, have been selected in a 193 film festivals around the world.
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 in 2022 he was awarded at LA's Brisk International Theater Festival. Best Play, Best Writer and Best Director.