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SERGIO OTERO KSILOCO  - SPAIN


Professional actor, mime and clown, born in Venezuela in 1965. At present living in Spain, he works in different centres and institutions as a movement trainer for children and adults (including detoxification and rehabilitation programs, laugh therapy and music therapy). Since 1983, when he started his mime and actor training, Ksiloco has developed a large professional activity in arts and teaching in several countries (Venezuela, Colombia, Italy and Spain). For over 24 years, Ksiloco has played the character Wang in a one-man-show, and has been involved with a large number of companies and festivals, performing mime, clown and dance, as well as classic theatre, street theatre, stilts, puppet theatre, and contributions to lighting, sound and music. Currently developing a new phase in the Wang character in the production Wu-Wang – which was performed in Italy and the UK in summer 2007. This is his first collaboration with Theatre of Eternal Values in which he performed as Robert Blake and as various characters in  the esemble In William Blake's Divine Humanity. (London -2007)

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Sergio: the trainer! TEV summer theatre workshop - 2009
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Sergio: the juggler
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Sergio: the 'saint', in William Blake's Divine Humanity - New Player's Theatre, London 2007
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Segio: the mime artist