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Philor, Nuniez


Nuniez Philor is an FGCU graduate whose stage credits include Theatre Conspiracy’s production of Charles Busch’s Vampire Lesbians of Sodom (Ali/PJ), Steven Dietz’s Rancho Mirage (Seth Holly) and August Wilson’s Joe Turner’s Come and Gone. He has also appeared as Chance in Lab Theater’s LabTV hybrid filmed theatric production of Tim Sniffen and Kate James’ Realish Housewives of Fort Myers as well as a man who finds himself at a crossroads when people take to the street in Ferguson, Missouri in the aftermath of Michael Brown’s slaying in Theatre Conspiracy’s virtual production of Hands Up by Kristy Thomas earlier during the pandemic.

In addition to theater, the Fort Myers native majored in psychology in college.

May 1, 2019; revised November 3, 2020.


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