Ervis Alia

Ervis Alia



Ervis Alia is an Albanian actor, best known for his roles in the films “Feng Shui” and “The Journey.” Born in Tirana, Albania, Ervis grew up in a family of seven and was the youngest of four siblings. As a young boy, he was very active and enjoyed playing sports such as football and basketball.

Ervis attended the University of Tirana and studied theatre and acting. It was during this time that he decided to pursue a career in acting. After graduating, Ervis moved to the United States and worked as an extra in several films and television shows. He was eventually cast in his first major role in the film “Feng Shui” (2003). This was followed by roles in “The Journey” (2004), “The Air I Breathe” (2007), and “The Brothers Bloom” (2008).

In 2009, Ervis made his directorial debut with the film “The Lonesome Road” for which he was nominated for Best Director at the Los Angeles Film Festival. His next film, “The House of Flying Daggers” (2010), was a critical and commercial success. It earned him a Best Actor Award at the Moscow International Film Festival.

Ervis is also well known for his work on stage. He has performed in numerous productions including “The Tempest” (2000), “Romeo and Juliet” (2001), and “The Glass Menagerie” (2005). His performance in “The Tempest” earned him a Best Actor Award at the Tirana International Film Festival.

Ervis is an active member of the Albanian film community and often takes part in film festivals and other events. He also works closely with charities such as the Albanian Children’s Fund and the Red Cross.

Today, Ervis continues to act, direct, and work on stage. He has a passion for the arts and is an inspirational figure to many in the Albanian film industry. His work has been recognized internationally and he continues to be a force in the industry.

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