January 3, 1974
Born in 1974 in Greece, Yorgos Karamihos graduated from the Ionian University with a degree in Philosophy and History before attending The Greek National Theater Academy. Karamihos began working in Greek films and TV series in the late 1990's, and by 2010 he had appeared in over 30 productions. In 2012, Karamihos decided to ply his craft in the US and earned a Fulbright Scholarship to study at the Stella Adler Acting Academy in Los Angeles. In 2016, he made his first appearance on US TV screens in a supporting role on an episode of NCIS (CBS, 2003-), and he had a small supporting role in the remake of "Ben Hur" (2016). His biggest mark of 2016 came in the form of a series regular role on the British TV show "The Durrells" (ITV, 2016-). On the period set show, Karamihos played one of the natives of the Greek island that acts as the new home for a family of British aristocrats.