Dinarte De Freitas is an European actor, born in Funchal, Madeira.
Dinarte De Freitas began his formation as a Theater actor at the age of 16. In 2002, he got accepted at the prestigious "The Lee Strasberg Theater & Film Institute", in New York, and he studied with Lola Cohen, Pennie DuPont, Jeffery Ferguson, Ted Zurkowski, Stephan Michaels, Darcy Marta, Gigi Van Deckter, Hildy Brookes, Judith Robinson, Joyce Sarandon, Ilka Monaco, Jan Douglas. He also studied with Austin Pendleton, at the prestigious HB Studios.
In Film, he worked in various projects such as: "A Thousand Junkies" by Tommy Swerdlow; "The Song of Lisbon" by Pedro Varela; "Shelf Life of Happiness", "4th Division" and "20.13 Purgatory" by Joaquim Leitão; "Celeste" by Jose Maria Norton; "Br(a)illiant" by Arun Vaidyanathan; "The Wedding Bros." by Michael and Marco Ricci Canzoniero; "Beaach-Hiking" (The Boleia) by Ricardo DE Almeida, for which he won an International Best Actor Award.
In Television, he has worked in various projects such as “Still the King” (CMT), "Swedish Dicks" (Viaplay/ Lionsgate); "Zero Hour" (ABC); "Team Toon" (Netflix/ Kix), "No Actor Parking", (…)
He has worked as Principal, in many National and International commercials, including Bank Of America; Hulu; MetroPCS; Viasat 1000; Harvestland; Aegean Airlines; NY Life Insurance; Once - Spanish Lottery; Fuse Tv Promos; Nestea; Doritos; Adobe Captivate; Phone-ix.
Dinarte De Freitas divides his time between the United States of America and Europe