Sergio Kato

Sérgio Luiz Pereira (born July 15, 1960), known professionally as Sergio Kato, is a Brazilian-American actor, television host, comedian, and former martial artist.[2] He found greater fame in his hometown of Rio de Janeiro, after a stage play at the Scala Rio music venue.[3] Since then, Kato has been working for many advertising campaigns, TV shows, and films.[4] Former model and active actor in 2019. Aside from the acting career, Kato still modeling not as much. Print-adds, campaigns and TV Commercials for grief clothing. Actor Sergio He began his acting career at Teatro O Tablado in Rio de Janeiro, where he studied and worked. Still, in Rio de Janeiro, he gained notoriety acting, dancing and singing in spectacles of Scala Rio.[7] Still young, in 1982 he served the Brazilian Air Force, then in 1985, he moved to the United States. After studying English at California High School, He studied at the University of California in Los Angeles, where he received a Diploma from the UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television.[7] Similarly, the movie industry changes rapidly, many projects in Europe and the USA. Cinema and TV career Kato's first TV appearance came in 1976, his first film was Bete Balanço, in 1984, where he played a dancer.[8] He wanted to move from a ballet dancer to acting, finally achieving it when he was chosen to play the role of a cab driver in the Brenda Starr film with Brooke Shields.[7][9] Later he played a bartender together with Tracey Birdsall-Smith, in the film I Might Even Love You. Modeling Sergio Kato signed with a modeling agency in New York City appeared in ads for Calvin Klein with Dylan Bruno and modeled in Paris, Japan and Milan. His modeling career also includes modeling for Polo Ralph Lauren, Georgio Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Timex, etc.
Name Sergio Kato
Also Known As Sergio Kato, Sergio Pereira, Sergio Luiz Pereira
Birthday 1960-07-15
Gender Male
IMDB Sergio Kato profile on IMDB
Place of Birth Alem Paraiba, Minas Gerais, Brazil