Yamill Jones

Yamill Jones is actor and theater maker. He made his acting debut with a regular role in the popular youth series SpangaS. Soon after, roles in films and series such as Lotus, Alleen maar nette mensen and Verborgen Verhalen followed.

In 2016, Yamill graduated as an actor at the Utrecht School of the Arts. During his studies he played the leading role in Othello, directed by Hans van den Boom. In the same period he emerged as a theater maker, developing the solo performances Beroemd and Vandaag een witte man. The latter earned him Het Debuut, an award for young theater makers awarded by Via Rudolphi Productions.

Since then, Yamill has played in performances with various renowned theater companies such as Het Nationale Theater and Toneelgroep Oostpool.

He has performed in Trojan Wars (directed by Noël Fischer), Amadeus (directed by Theu Boermans), It’s my mouth I can say what I want to (directed by Daria Bukvic) and A raisin in the sun (directed by Teunkie van der Sluijs).

Yamill has also played parts in youth theatre plays such as Snowflake, De Drie Biggetjes en het Wolfspak andSnackbar.

Yamill guest starred in the television series Nico and Bestseller Boy. Next year he will be seen on the big screen in De Vuurlinie, a film based on the life of soldier Marco Kroon directed by  internationally acclaimed director Roel Reiné.

This theater season, Yamill will play Travis in The Story of Travis, directed by Romana Vrede.





Liliane Fonds