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Antonio Sacre

the most successful storyteller you've never heard of

 
Antonio Sacre, storyteller

For 25 years, in 13 countries, in 45 states, for over 3 million people

Antonio Sacre tells stories.

His tales of growing up bilingually in a Cuban and Irish-American household have inspired children worldwide to gather their own family stories and become storytellers themselves. His stories have been published in award-winning books and audio recordings. His Professional Developments and Keynote addresses have helped educators teach writing to students from pre-Kindergarten through graduate school. Now his stories are being developed for film and television.

He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, two children, and two cats. Yes, he's a cat guy.

Watch Antonio in KCET's pilot episode of Telling L.A.:

PROJECTS

 

tv series for adults

The Next Best Thing

An original half-hour comedic drama for adults.

He shot for the moon, she shot for the stars. They both ended up with the next best thing. A multicultural comedic drama about love, soul mates, and family.


TV Series for Adults

The Leprecano

An original hour-long drama for adults.

Tony is a buttoned-down Catholic college kid who travels to Miami to visit his brother Henry and quickly finds himself embroiled in the drug and alcohol-fueled bar scene of the late 1980s. Tony must navigate his Little Havana Cuban family and his very drunk and Irish Boston family as he searches for a voice, an identity, and his father’s love.


TV Series for Families

Unboxing Stories with Mr. Sacre

An original series blending live action and animation for children.

Mr. Sacre has recently moved to a cozy home in a new neighborhood, and all of his stuff is still in boxes. When he starts to unpack, he finds amidst the boxes labeled “Kitchen” and “Dining Room” and “Office,” a bunch of boxes of “Stories.” When he opens them up, he finds a seemingly endless collection of stories ready to be told.

BOOKS

Award winning books, available on Amazon.

Click on book cover to purchase.

 Francisco learns to pick a mango with the help of family proverbs.  (Ages 4-8)

Francisco learns to pick a mango with the help of family proverbs.

(Ages 4-8)

 A family picnic turns into a lesson in bilingualism.  (Ages 4-8)

A family picnic turns into a lesson in bilingualism.

(Ages 4-8)

 Nina celebrates Christmas Eve with her Cuban family in Little Havana  (Ages 4-8)

Nina celebrates Christmas Eve with her Cuban family in Little Havana

(Ages 4-8)

 Favorite family and folk tales.  For middle-grade and young adult readers.

Favorite family and folk tales.

For middle-grade and young adult readers.

ALBUMS

Award winning audio albums, available on iTunes and Bandcamp.

Click on album cover to purchase.

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