Nabil Viñas

Nabil Vinas - HeadshotNabil Viñas is an award-winning actor born, raised, and based in NYC. He’ll appear at the 55th New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center in short film “Program” by Gabriel de Urioste. And he has a lead role in award-winning feature film “Tomorrow Ever After” which screened in select theaters May 2017.

His performance in “The Cat’s Cradle” earned acting awards from Atlas & Aeris, Sanford Int’l Film Festival and IndieWorks NYC. Television appearances include Benito Mussolini in Emmy-nominated miniseries “The World Wars” (History Channel) and “A Crime to Remember” (Discovery) directed by Lisa Robinson.

Producing credits in film include “Tomorrow Ever After”, it’s sequel which is set to shoot winter 2017, and “Come Back Hailey” for which he also wrote the screenplay.

Nabil’s love for Poetic Theater Productions was cemented in a transformational experience with GOLIATH by Takeo Rivera. He’s also a proud Barefoot Theatre Company Ensemble Member and co-founding member of The Seven Collective for which he’s done arts education.

Proud to be Dominican, Nabil’s parents came to NYC in the 1970’s from Moca in DR. He speaks fluent Spanish and currently lives in his hometown of Washington Heights.

With Poetic Theater Productions:

Actor in:



Love, Redefined 2013

Dijla Wal Furat: Between the Tigris and the Euphrates in Poetic License 2015

Conscious Language 2014 & 2015

Taproot in Poetic License 2016

Excerpt of Hurt Me by Maurice Decaul, presented in a special Veteran Voices 2017 event on October 13th before a performance of Outside Paducah: The Wars At Home.

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