Linus Ignatius is an actor and a filmmaker. His native tongue is English, but he also speaks German, Spanish, Chinese, and some Portuguese. He attended film school in the Czech Republic, and he has directed film work for The Wooster Group, The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, RYOT films, Prague Film and Theater Center, and The Generations Project.
His short film, MASS, a psychological dark comedy about body dysmorphia, is currently in post-production. His documentary memoir POSITIVE has shown in festivals in Berlin, London, and had its NYC premiere at The 30Under30 Festival in partnership with the U.N. His music video NIGHT SPIRITS also screened at The Manhattan Independent Film Festival.
He most recently had a lead role in Shemie Reut's new feature film, Faking Real (Firelane). Other recent acting credits include: Mysteries at the Museum (Travel Channel), Hamlet (Red Mermaid Productions), Jerker (Queer Stages), Cymbeline (The Brick), Horse (Planet Connections).
He is founder of the immersive event Zerstört, and runs a production company called The Elliott Collective.