Luis Moro comes Home
with his comedy show "DO OVER"
(Union City, NJ) The City of Union City presents the comedy show "Do Over" starring Luis Moro on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 7:00 PM at the Union City Performing Arts Center, 2500 Kennedy Boulevard, Union City, NJ. Admission is free. Parking is available at the 23rd Street Municipal Deck located on 23rd Street between Summit and Kerrigan Avenues.
Luis has earned a range of accomplishments in many of life’s great opportunities. While his resume is diverse, the base expression is the same. Being creative, producing sustainable results that make a difference empowering people.
In 2010 he became a full-time single father, with two daughters and step-son. At that point, he decided to focus 100% on parenting and took a hiatus from comedy performing.
During this time, he authored six books on Professional Parenting, including “I AM a Professional Parent” which established a new context for parents raising “fully functioning, self-determining” children. His show, "DO OVER" is Luis' return to the comedy stage.
“Doing life over every hour is a must for successful parenting. Finding the comedy to Do Over it over every minute is must for living.”
- Luis Moro
Luis was Nominated Best Actor at The American Black Film Festival for his role as Alberto in the history making film "Love & Suicide". He also received Independent Spirit Award nominations for his writing and producing the multiple award winning film "Anne B. Real". Luis is also co-writer of the three main Hip-Hop lyrics and diary entries performed by the lead character of Cynthia.
Luis acclaimed films include "The Unseen", a drama shot in Atlanta Georgia. The history making romance, "Cuba’s Love and Suicide", set in Havana, Cuba and New York plus the comedy "Venus & Vegas", shot in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
Luis is the co-producer on two award winning films, "Roll With me", currently winning awards in the film festival circuit; and "Where We Begin", which garnered many national and international awards. His current slate of films ranges from the true Native American story "Whispers Like Thunder" to the comedy "The God Brother".
He began his writing career while in the real estate mortgage business by creating, writing and hosting the first ever Latin-American real estate and travel television show "Real Estate America" which aired on Univision.
Luis is a graduate of Rutgers University, where he lettered and received NCAA award for football. He can be seen in small acting roles in various film, including "Siege", the (1998) "King of the Ants" and his debut supporting role in "Cuba’s Love & Suicide".
His biggest accomplishment is creating entertainment content that empowers people and that make a difference to society.
starring Luis Moro
Saturday, December 2, 2017
Union City Performing Arts Center
2500 Kennedy Boulevard
Union City, NJ
Admission is free.
Parking is available at the 23rd Street Municipal Deck located on 23rd Street between Summit and Kerrigan Avenues.