With more than just good looks helping to solidify his place as a sought after actor in the industry, Fleury has continued to dazzle audiences over the years with his impressive range on screen.
Last year Fleury starred in Carina Silva's fantasy film Gragon where he took on the intense role of Wizard Tethios. Blending live action and animation, Gragon erects a fantastical world of kings, queens, oracles and demons.
The film opens with Princess Pethranie, who is played by Lana Chidsey (Ball Boy, Love Not Equal to LA, K, Forest Date), as she struggles to break out of a nightmare that foreshadows the ominous attacks that her kingdom will soon be forced to defend itself against.
With strongly bonded blood lines connecting him to Princess Pethranie, as members of his family lineage have been the only trusted protectors of past Pethranies on the throne, Fleury's character, Wizard Tethios, catches wind of the princess's sinister dream and rushes to her aid.
As Pethranie's guardian against the evil forces that be, Tethios wakes her up from the dream and deciphers the meaning of the message. Trusting Tethios's analysis, Princess Pethranie rushes to the balcony to warn her people before embarking on a journey to the planet Zeltrion where, accompanied by Tethios, she consults the oracle Zorga about how to defend against the onslaught of evil attacks that await them on the horizon.
With Tethios also being the guardian of the portal to the seven worlds, the two continue journeying on through the portal under the advisement of the oracle in search of the dragon, Gragon, the only force able to prevent the kingdom from total annihilation.
While Fleury has continually taken on both comedic and dramatic roles over the years, this was one of the actor's first experiences tapping into the fantasy genre, and his performance is nothing short of impressive.
"This role took me out of my comfort zone and helped me stretch and improve my acting skills. I was portraying a Wizard from another time and another world, with all of the make-up, props and effects," recalled Fleury. "I had never done that before, so I tried to use the resources I had to give the best performance possible. I believe it’s from those efforts that people grow not only in acting, but in life."
Earlier this year Fleury showed a totally different side of his craft in Pauline Gefin's film Full Circle, which garnered Gefin the Best First Time Director Award at the prestigious London Film Awards and was chosen as an Official Selection of the 2015 Malta TV Short Film Festival, which is nationally televised on TVM and TVM2, as well as India's LA Femme International Film Festival and Bolgatty International Film Festival, and the SouthEastern Film Festival in the United States.
Sparked by a real life event that happened to director Pauline Gefin whilst living in New York, Full Circle revolves around karma coming full circle as a young woman named Natalie, who had paid for a homeless man's gyro at a street stand the day prior, encounters Mark, played by Fleury, at the very same stand the following day.
With only a $20 bill in her hand and a vendor with no change, Mark pays for Natalie's gyro with a strong bond that leads to romance forming between the two characters.
In the film, Fleury starred alongside award winning actor Yaron Urbas from the films Broken Angels, Age of Ice, Joker's Wild, Adriennes Fury and Footprints, as well a the hit series Castle, Nurse Jackie, Kings and 30 Rock, and Charles Prendergast from the TV shows Criminal Justice, Just My Luck and Gotham.
With Fleury's face and talent gracing screens around the world as Full Circle continues its successful run on the international film festival circuit, we can bet that many more award nominations are on the horizon for both the film and this adept young actor.