Jean Luc Don Vito

Born in Lyon, France, where he studied arts and sciences, he defined his professional career when he won first prize in a prominent design competition in Paris. On Broadway, he realized the makeup creation for the show “Tango Argentino” directed by Claudio Segovia and Hector Orezzoli, which debut in the Chatelet Theater in Paris in 1982, and during its worldwide tours (1982-1992). His participation in Broadway productions include: “Forever Tango,” “Flamenco Puro.” “Black and Blue,” and “Noche Tropical,” as well as creating the makeup for the Broadway musicals “Cats” and “42nd Street” in Paris. In France, he designed the makeup for “Fausto Argentina” and “Cabaret Coconuts” directed by Alfredo Arias, continuing the presentation of these works on their European tour. In makeup design he has worked in magazines such as “Vogue,” “Elle,” and “Glamour” among others and has participated in numerous European films in theaters and television with figures such as Catherine Deneuve, Victoria Abril, Princesses Caroline of Monaco and Lady Diana Spenser.

Costume, Make Up and Hair design