Freddy Giorlando is a multi-award-winning actor and producer from New Jersey. He started out studying acting at HB Studio in New York and doing theatre around New York City. In 2016 Freddy made his television debut on HBOs Vinyl directed by Martin Scorsese. Later that year he produced his first television production partnering with Leaving Normal Productions filmmaker & producer Rob Alicea, to develop a comedy TV pilot Adulthood, which premiered at HBO's 2017 New York Latino Film Festival to critical acclaim.
In 2018 Freddy would take home the award for 'Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy' for his work in Adulthood at the inaugural New Jersey Web Fest. In 2019 Freddy would co-produce and play Biff Loman in Arthur Millers "Death Of A Salesman" at The Secret Rose Theatre Company in Los Angeles, California. Freddy is currently in pre-production for Adulthood: The Series shooting later in 2020 which he will co-produce and star in. Freddy currently resides in Los Angeles, California.