Improvisation, Dialects, Voice Work (Standard American Speech), Armed and Unarmed Combat (twice nationally certified), All
Sports, Martial Arts
Eric Giancoli grew up in Horseheads, New York. He began acting professionally at 15 in the Mark Twain Musical
Drama and appeared there for two seasons. Under the tutelage of Clare Reidy in the Drama Department at Notre
Dame high school he won the N.Y. State Drama Competition for Best Dramatic Actor.
Eric attended The University of the Arts in Philadelphia and won the Freshman Achievement Scholarship. He
graduated with high honors and a twice- certified stage combatant. While in Philadelphia he worked with
the Walnut St./Wilma Theaters joint production of Cyrano, Philadelphia Area Repertory Theater in
Twelfth Night and Art of Success as well as several plays for The Novel Stages Theater Company.
Eric also attended The Second City School of Improvisation in Chicago.
In New York Eric performed at The Metropolitan Opera House’s premiere of Vivaldi’s Il Lombardi with Luciano
Pavarotti, The Adhesive Theater Project in Battles of Coxinga, Kirby and is also a company member. He was a
resident artist for Corning Community College Drama department where he performed Hamlet, Romeo & Juliet and
As You Like It.
Eric won the 27th annual off-off broadway play competition with his one act play “The Devil’s Parole” and was
published by Samuel French. He wrote and directed the “IRS Training Video” which
won the Two Boots Short Film Festival.
Eric currently lives in Los Angeles and is a member of The Sacred Fools Theater Company. He has performed
at The Uprights Citizens Brigade, Hollywood Hell House with Bill Maher, Patton Oswalt, and David Cross,
and The Arena Players production of Glen Gary Glen Ross.
Eric co-wrote and starred in The Anniversary directed by Bill Giancoli. He wrote produced and directed a feature
film Big True.
Check other videos and trailers that Eric has acted in at Actor Access.com
Also see "Den of Darkness" by Dalunda Productions
ACTOR , WRITER, FILMMAKER