Oscar Torre is a Miami born actor best known for his breakout role in the CBS TV series “Cane,”. And played the role of Santo alongside an all-star cast that included Jimmy Smits, Rita Moreno, Nestor Carbonell, and Hector Elizondo. Also, he garnered rave reviews for his comedic performance. Specifically, in the Lionsgate film, “Ladron Que Roba a Ladron” ( “To Rob A Thief.” ) The film directed by Joe Menendez had the highest grossing opening weekend ever for a Spanish speaking film.
Before “Ladron,” Oscar received critical acclaim starring as a Cuban political prisoner in the film “Libertad,” directed by Norton Rodriguez. Then, his first major on-screen role was in Artisan Entertainment’s “Suicide Blonde,” directed by Eduardo Carrillo. Shortly thereafter, Oscar starred as Antonio D’Amico (Gianni Versace’s longtime companion) in the film “The Versace Murder.”
Furthermore, Oscar has guest starred on FOX TV’s hit series “Dollhouse.” Written and directed by Joss Whedon (dir. of “The Avengers”), and in CBS’ top-rated shows “NCIS” and “Cold Case.” He will be part in the films, “Magic City Memoirs” with Dominik Garcia-Lorido ( “Magic City – series” ) and Julio Mechoso ( “The Legend of Zorro.” ) Directed by Aaron Salgado and starring in the independent thriller “Legacy,” directed by Stephen Savage.
Oscar most recently guest starred in an episode of “CSI Miami.” Also, he did a cameo in the film ” Unknowns.” Oscar recently made his directorial debut with the feature film “Pretty Rosebud.” Written and starred by his wife Chuti Tiu. His two latest credits are starring roles in the boxing film, Counterpunch. With Alvaro Orlando and Danny Trejo (Machete) dir. by Kenneth Castillo and Eenie Meenie Miney Moe dir. by Jokes Yanes.