Al Miro

founding member of animus theatre co.

Al is one of the four original co-founders of Animus Theatre Company where he played the role of Silva in Tennessee William's The Long Goodbye.  Other theatre credits include James in After, Angelo in Shakespeare's Measure for Measure and Tony in Tony And Tina's Wedding.
Working extensively in film and tv Al has appeared on such hit shows as Fox's Fringe, USA Network's Psych, CW's Supernatural,  The Flash and Cult, CBC's Intelligence, CTV's Alice, I Think and Hiccups.
His career is also thriving in the indi film community.  His starring role in the New York Feature Drama Daddy's Boy earned him a Best Supporting Actor nomination at the LEO Awards, one of the most prestigious film awards in Canada.  He also got a nomination for Best Actor at the NYC Winter Film Awards for his role in the audience award winning film Computer Potato. Other roles include the romantic lead in I Hate Toronto: A Love Story, which premiered to a sold out audience at the Toronto Independent Film Festival, a supporting role opposite Cheech Marin in Dark Harvest and a comedic role in the The Good Catholic starring Danny Glover and Zachary Spicer.  Al is a graduate of Circle in the Square Theatre School.  You can visit his website at and follow him on twitter: @TheAlMiro and Instagram: almironyc.