American Standard, Spanish, Australian, Brooklyn, Latino, English, Irish, Italian
Spanish, English, Italian
Ear Level, Messy, Long
Horse Riding, Soccer
MOVIE NIGHT is a self produced short film which has been selected for the UNSCENE FILM FESTIVAL (AUST) 2018
Juan Fernando Monge is a Colombian-Australian actor. His recent film & screen credits include Bloody Hell (Eclektic Vision) and The Invisibles (Beyond Productions), among a number of short films and TV commercials.
He is a graduate of 16th Street Actors Studio's Part Time Program and has studied with teachers such as Patsy Rodenburg, Carol Rosenfeld, Justin Lehmann and the late Elizabeth Kemp, as well as with accomplished directors Paul Currie, Jason Raftopolous and Iain Sinclair.
Juan's is a versatile actor who has been cast in a variety of roles ranging from the hardened villain in the Western-drama Dancing with the Devil (Douglas Films) to the unintelligent friend in the comedy Movie Night (Aristeia Entertainment). His vulnerability and gravitas on stage has seen him play a sensual mining magnate in Extinction (Tierney Productions, dir. Sarah Tierney), a concerned engineer in Challenger (La Mama, dir. Nick Musgrove), and a domineering control freak in Alienation (FDS Productions, dir. Frank Sita).
Having lived in Colombia until he was five, Juan is fluent in Spanish, and is also intermediate in Italian. Juan has played soccer for the majority of his life, can play the guitar & ukulele, and is a tenor. Juan also works for the Starlight Foundation entertaining patients at the children's hospital.