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Carlos’ first career in the entertainment industry was as a DJ. Spinning records in San Francisco’s nightclubs, he quickly became one of the city’s prominent DJs, befriending musical acts such as Grace Jones. Leaving music for a career in theatre and television, his work eventually led to a stint as an artist in residence at Cornell University.
Carlos is perhaps best known for starring in the show SAL, originally produced at the Climate Theatre in San Francisco then at the Zephyr Theatre in Hollywood. His portrayal of Sal Mineo, co-produced and co-written by him, received a Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award nomination for Best Solo Performance. Since then, he has continued acting in television, both on-camera and in animation.
A lifelong comic book fan and well known for his work in award-winning video games Tony Hawk's American Wasteland and Gears of War, Ferro played the X-Man Forge in the game X-Men: Next Dimension, a Peruvian villain in the game James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, as well as a Colombian drug lord in Scarface: The World is Yours and starred as the Colombian drug connection for the Los Carnales in Saints Row. Ferro performs the role of Dominic Santiago in the Xbox 360 video games Gears of War and Gears of War 2 . He also voices the Damascus Bureau Leader in the game Assassin's Creed. Ferro plays the Leader of the Spanish Mercenaries in Quantum of Solace, the video game based on the James Bond movie starring Daniel Craig, Quantum of Solace.
- ↑ http://www.argumentofilms.com/carlosferro/ Bio at Argumento Films
- ↑ http://salmineoplay.com/bio.htm Bio at Sal website
- ↑ http://us.imdb.com/name/nm0274967/ Carlos at the IMDB