Archil is an Actor/Screenwriter based in New York City and he comes from the Country of Georgia - Motherland of Wine. After graduating the country’s #1 Math School, he went on to study Business Administration and Economics in The American University in Bulgaria. There he took part in various plays, two of which he Directed, and was a Dancer/Actor in the musical “Catch Me if You Can”, produced by The Broadway Performance Club. He was awarded with the Al Cyrus Theatre Award.
Archil was enrolled at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in NYC, where he deepened his Acting and Screenwriting knowledge. Recently he worked with the Director Marshall Curry on a Short Film “The Neighbors’ Window”, which earned Marshall his first Academy Award and the fourth nomination.
Archil is also the author of the book “Bipolar: 5 Short Screenplays and their Philosophical Analyses”, which was published in May of 2020 on Amazon.com. He has appeared in various magazines, based on his success. Currently Archil is a Student Mentor at The American Corner Tbilisi, where he teaches Critical Thinking through American Cinema. He is also working on his upcoming Film “Alternative”.