Actor, singer, and songwriter Odiseas Georgiadis is well-known for playing in the Netflix series Trinkets' Noah Simos. Georgiadis was born in the city of Tema, Ghana, in West Africa. His biological father is Grecian, and his mother is Ghanaian. At age six, he relocated to the United States. He and his family currently reside in Brooklyn, New York. Odiseas Georgiadis was transferred from Ghana to Brooklyn, New York, with his younger brother Ippokratis, before he realized he was meant to be a musician. Odiseas Georgiadis started admiring and listening to a variety of musicians, including Kendrick Lamar, Julia Stone, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, Chris Brown, and many more. Those musicians influenced the musical direction of Odiseas. His vocal style is rather distinctive. Even though his music has been referred to as neo-soul, it is difficult to place him in a certain category. Under Shirley Grant's Management, Odiseas Georgiadis has performed in numerous acting roles in addition to being a singer. Numerous ads for well-known brands, including Nickelodeon, Apple iPod, Hamburger Helper, and Subways, have used him. He recently appeared as a guest star in three episodes of the CBS series NYC 22, which is produced by Robert DeNiro. Singing will always be his first love, even though he loves acting. "Music has always captivated me due to its ability to unite individuals regardless of their identity," stated Odiseas Georgiadis. While pursuing his music and acting career, he is enrolled in the High School for Performing Arts in Manhattan. Odiseas Georgiadis wants to share his art with you, the World.
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