Coco Prada is a Colombian actor who studied drama in Bogotá and Buenos Aires. He made his acting debut primarily in TV series and commercials. His roles on television include the lead in "Arrepentidos" for NatGeo/Fox Television Argentina and "Correo De Inocentes" for RCN Televisión Colombia.
He has performed in several theatre plays in Buenos Aires and has also been privileged to perform on behest of the Ministry of Arts and Culture for the re-opening of the Serge Constantin Theatre in Mauritius; Coco has also performed voice work for documentary films such as "El Viaje De Tomas” and the BAFTA GAME winner "Disco Elysium".
His recent work includes a supporting role in The Short Film "Layla" and as Rudy Armbetch in "The Real Story of The Infiltrator" for a US TV network.
This multi-faceted actor, influenced by artists such as Pina Bausch, Bejart and Hitchcock, sees himself as a boy, quoting Pablo Picasso: “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up”