Chris Diamantopoulos

George Clooney Movie ‘The Boys In The Boat’ Adds Chris Diamantopoulos

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Red Notice actor Chris Diamantopoulos has joined MGM-Spyglass Media Group-Smoke House Pictures’ George Clooney-directed movie The Boys in the Boat.  Based on New York Times bestselling author Daniel James Brown’s 2013 novel The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, the pic follows the triumphant underdog story of the University of Washington men’s rowing team, who stunned the world by winning gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Diamantopoulos plays Royal Brougham, the Seattle sports journalist who follows the team and reports their story. He joins the...
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Chris Diamantopoulos on His Hero Skin-Care Products

This article first appeared in the Winter 2022 issue of New Beauty. Click here to subscribe. TV and film regular Chris Diamantopoulos—he plays the villain opposite The Rock, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds in Red Notice, which had the biggest opening day for any Netflix film in its history, and can currently be seen in the True Story series, opposite Kevin Hart and Wesley Snipes—never discounts the power of good skin. “I’ve been acting my whole life, and I’ve learned that your tools as an actor are pretty limited,” the 46-year-old shares. “The better you know them, the more confidently and freely you can go out and perform. My face, my skin, they’re one of my main tools.”
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Back to One, Episode 184: Chris Diamantopoulos

Chris Diamantopoulos was always an actor. Never held another job. He was working on the stage at an early age—touring companies, Broadway—then transitioned to television, film, and eventually voice overs. Never stopped. Some highlights: Russ Hanneman on Silicon Valley, Reinhold on Community, Moe in The Three Stooges, the official voice of Mickey Mouse, and right now you can see him playing bad guys in Netflix’s Red Notice and True Story. We recorded this interview hours before he started a new job and he takes us through what’s on his mind on the night before day one. He talks about how the voice is always the aspect he starts with when building a character, why going back to Broadway in a musical after many years was so challenging, the importance of keeping himself at a place of healthy neutrality, plus lessons learned from Brian Cranston, Kirk Russell, David Fincher and much more!

Why ‘Red Notice’ and ‘True Story’ Star Chris Diamantopoulos Won’t Give Up Roles Without a Fight

Red Notice just became Netflix’s most watched movie of all time, and since its release on Nov. 24, the Kevin Hart-led miniseries True Story has topped the streamer’s domestic charts. The common thread between these two hit Netflix properties is that Chris Diamantopoulos plays a key antagonist in both. Starting with Rawson Marshall Thurber’s Red Notice, Diamantopoulos’ character, Sotto Voce, is an arms dealer who possesses the second of the three priceless (and fictional) eggs that once belonged to Cleopatra. The character was originally written to be South American, but as a Canadian actor of Greek descent, Diamantopoulos felt more...

'Mickey Mouse' voice Chris Diamantopoulos finds 2 villain roles

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 24 (UPI) -- Chris Diamantopoulos has been the voice of Disney's Mickey Mouse since 2013, but his latest acting roles in the Netflix movie Red Notice, out now, and Netflix series True Story, out Wednesday, show him in a more menacing light. "They were certainly fun to...