Costas Mandylor was born in Australia to Greek parents. The family spent
much time in both countries, allowing Costas to become fluent in Greek as well as
English. When he was 18, Costas moved to Greece to pursue a carreer playing soccer.
He became a midfielder for the Panathiniakos, and after a few seasons, moved back to Australia where
he joined their National League. After suffering a carreer-ending injury, Costas moved to America to
pursue an acting carreer. He had previously been in comercials in Australia. His first role was
the the brother of a Greek-Jewish boxer (Willem Dafoe), imprisoned in Auschwitz in the
true-life drama "Triumph of the Spirit."
Costas is probably best known for his role as Kenny in the emmy- winning series "Picket Fences," which ran
for five seasons. He is currently in a new show, however, called "Players." He costars as Alphonse
a handsome, smooth talking, criminal.
- Triumph of Spirit
- The Doors
- Delta of Venus
- Falling For You(TV)
- Gangland (2001)
- The Pledge (2001)
- Nora Roberts' Sanctuary (2001)
Costas Mandylor with author Nora Roberts and costar in Sanctuary
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