Elvis Nolasco was born and raised in New York City – and from a young age Elvis had always been drawn to the magic of entertainment. As a young boy he loved to entertain for his friends and family. He spent most of his evenings dancing to Latin music for his folks and/or breakdancing alongside legendary break dancers like Soul Sonic Rockers. His fervor to entertain would only grow stronger as he aged – not knowing that it would one day prepare him for a lifetime in show business. He now has a solid career in film, theatre and television.
He is currently working on two projects that is sure to keep him busy till the beginning of next year. He’s about to embark on a national tour with his live stage adaptation of the “The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao“ – a novel written by Dominican author and Pulitzer Prize winner for Fiction, Junot Diaz. For tour dates and ticket information, please click here.
“The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao” by Junot Diaz
His other project has been very hush-hush… till now. Director Spike Lee adapted “Oldboy” (a Korean film famous for its amazing storyline) and has given it his own spin to the popular cult classic. The film is slated to be released on November 27, 2013 to a large fanbase eagerly awaiting its debut. The film is both tragic and stunning – surely not one to be missed. To see the official movie trailer, scroll to the bottom.
A Spike Lee Joint – Spike Lee’s Oldboy Official Trailer