Vlad Ivanov’s versatility has established him as one of Europe’s great character actors, and he has received many domestic awards in Romania for his work in both stage and screen.

He speaks English, French, Russian and Italian. His notable film work includes: the leading role of Oszkar Brill in “Sunset” from Oscar-winner Laszlo Nemes; Balint Kenyeres’s “Hier”; Maren Ade’s “Toni Erdmann”; “Graduation” by Cristi Mungiu; “Dogs”; and Piotr opposite Jim Carrey in “Dark Crimes”.

Prior to this, Vlad played the role of Franco The Elder in “Snowpiercer” directed by Oscar winner Bong Joon-Ho; Grossmeier in “Into The Fog”; and the role of Dinu Laurentiu in “Child’s Pose” – which won the Golden Bear at the Berlinale. Vlad won the LA Critics Award for his brilliant portrayal of abortionist Dr. Bebe in “4 Months, 3 Weeks And 2 Days”.

Other notable films include: “Police”, “Adjective”; “Tales From The Golden Age”; “The Concert” which was nominated for a Golden Globe; “The Whistleblower”; “Principles Of Life”, and “Servants” by Ivan Ostrochovský. In 2005, Vlad was awarded a Medal for Cultural Merit, presented by the President of Romania.

Vlad played the lead role of Cristi in Corneliu Porumboiu’s “The Whistlers”, which was in competition at Cannes Film Festival. Vlad’s recent work includes: the international sci-fi thriller series “Infiniti”, directed by Thierry Poiraud for Canal+; and “Metronom” directed by Alexandru Belc, which premiered in Un Certain Regard at Cannes.