Antonio Sacre Bio | Wiki
Antonio Sacre is an American author, solo performer, and bilingual storyteller. He writes and performs internationally, in English and Spanish. Sacre has performed at the National Book Festival at the Library of Congress, the Kennedy Center, the National Storytelling Festival, and museums, schools, libraries, and festivals internationally.
His first picture book, “The Barking Mouse”, published in 2003, was a winner of the 2004 International Reading Association Notable Books for a Global Society. Sacre’s next two picturebooks, “La Noche Buena, a Christmas Story”, and “A Mango in the Hand, a Story of Proverbs” were published by Abrams Books for Young Readers.
Both were chosen for inclusion in the prestigious California Readers Book Collections for School Libraries in 2011 and 2012.
Antonio Sacre Age
Sacre was born on September 23, 1968, in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. He is 53 years old.
Antonio Sacre Height
He is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx. 1.70 m).
Antonio Sacre Family
He was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts by an Irish American mother and Cuban father. Sacre holds an American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity. Information about his parents and/or siblings is not available at the moment.
Antonio Sacre Wife
Sacre is married to his beautiful unidentified wife. The couple celebrated their wedding in 2008. Together, they share two children. Sacre was previously married to actress Missi Pyle from 2000 to 2005.
Antonio Sacre Education
He received a BA in English from Boston College and an MA in Theater Arts from Northwestern University. Sacre acted professionally in Chicago, Illinois in the 1990s and became a member of the Redmoon Theater company. Subsequently, he studied solo performance with Jenny Magnus and Paula Killen and he studied storytelling with Jim May and Rives Collins.
Antonio Sacre Books
He has authored four books including:
The Barking Mouse. 2003
La Noche Buena. 2010.
A Mango in the Hand. 2011
My Name is Cool. 2013.
Antonio Sacre The Barking Mouse
Sacre’s first children’s picture book, The Barking Mouse, became published in 2003 by Albert Whitman & Company. In 2004, it was named among the International Reading Association Notable Books for a Global Society. The book is also featured on the Teaching Tolerance website.
Antonio Sacre My Name is Cool
Sacre’s book, “My Name is Cool: Stories from a Cuban-Irish-American Storyteller” became published by Familius books in October 2013, for young adult readers. “My Name is Cool” is a hilarious compilation of stories from his childhood.
Drawn from Sacre’s personal history of growing up bilingual and bicultural as a Cuban-Irish American, the book weaves the Spanish language, Cuban family, and Irish humor into 18 unforgettable tales full of humor, inspiration, tradition, and family.
Antonio Sacre Storyteller
As a storyteller, he has performed at the National Book Festival at the Library of Congress. Sacre has also performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the National Storytelling Festival, the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival, and the Fabelhaft! International Storytelling Festival.
He has also released four storytelling recordings. In 2014 and 2015, he served as the storyteller-in-residence at the UCLA Lab School on the UCLA campus in Westwood, CA.
Antonio Sacre The Next Best Thing
In 2011 Sacre premiered The Next Best Thing, directed by Paul Stein, and had run in both Los Angeles and New York. The show received Best of the Hollywood Fringe Festival, won a United Solo Theatre Award for Best Storyteller, and became nominated for the LA Weekly Theater Award for Best Solo Performance. Moreover, it became chosen by LA Weekly as a Top-Ten Theater Experience in Los Angeles for 2011.
Antonio Sacre Net Worth
He earns his wealth from his career, therefore, he has amassed a fortune over the years. Sacre’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Who is Antonio Sacre
Sacre is an American author, solo performer, and bilingual storyteller. He writes and performs internationally, in English and Spanish. Sacre has performed at the National Book Festival at the Library of Congress, the Kennedy Center, the National Storytelling Festival, and museums, schools, libraries, and festivals internationally.