Raúl was born in Argentina. Always eager to visit strange new lands, he spent his summers traveling to Brazil, sometimes solo, sometimes with company where he learned Portuguese by fully immersing himself in the arduous beach-life of the Brazilian Riviera.
He studied way too much Engineering, Computer Vision, Business Administration, and had the opportunity to work on amazing products -you likely used some of them, yes, for real-. He trained Aikido, practiced Rock and Ice Climbing, is a certified PADI Divemaster and an American Sailing Association certified Skipper… and yes, he also studied acting extensively for the past 10 years.
Raúl is in fact the real-life protagonist that international high-stakes corporate -and love- dramas write about, where frigid Russian locations intermingle with out-of-this-world lush tropical settings. Raúl brings real life experience to the screen like no other actor can.
He is very happy about the principal roles he had in three feature films (especially the last one by famous Hollywood Director), on several shorts and stage productions; but he is even more excited about recently being cast as a principal in an amazing project by legendary Hollywood Director, Writer and Producer.
If you were to merge Javier Bardem’s charm with Martin Freeman’s wittiness, you will get close to Raúl’s prototype. He can play roles such as the doctor who is willing to walk on the dark side for the sake of his patients; the hysterical coffee shop owner who gets confused by a drug lord and ends up managing the cartel or the CIA operative conflicted about his past yet stoic and resolute.
Raúl Peyret in “Anna in The Tropics”. Theatre of the Square Photographer: John Ulman Still of Raúl Peyret in Cashing Out interpreting Don Still of Raúl Peyret in Empty interpreting Anton Raúl Peyret and Antonieta Carpio in “Anna in The Tropics”. Theatre of the Square Photographer: John Ulman Modeling Photo of Raúl E. Peyret Still of Raúl Peyret in American Pride interpreting Professor Anthony Raúl Peyret in “Anna in The Tropics”. Theatre of the Square Photographer: John Ulman Commercial Headshot of Raúl E. Peyret Still of Raúl Peyret in Empty interpreting Anton Modeling Photo of Raúl E. Peyret Theatrical Headshot of Raúl E. Peyret A Streetcar Named Desire. New Civic Theatre, directed by L. Zane Jones (Photo by Mike Hipple) Modeling Photo of Raúl E. Peyret