Vic Trevino is an actor, writer, director and educator with over twenty-five years of experience working in film, television and theatre. He is originally from Los Angeles where he graduated with honors from the University of Southern California with a B.A. in Theatre and a B.A. in Cinema Production. He is also a graduate of the Professional Master's Program at the UCLA School of Theatre, Film & Television where he earned his MFA in Acting. Victor has trained professionally at the L.A. Actor's Studio, the Lee Strasberg Actor's Studio (Hollywood), the Michael Shurtleff Studio (Hollywood), the Jose Quintero Actor's Studio (Hollywood), the American Film Institute (Los Angeles), Delia Salvi Acting Conservatory (Los Angeles), Screen Actor's Guild Conservatory (Los Angeles), and Tepper-Gallegos Casting (Hollywood). Some of his credits include performing in several world premieres at the Tony-award winning South Coast Repertory (Man of the Flesh, Search & Destroy, and the critically acclaimed SCR Theatre for Younger Audiences production of Happy Birthday Angel), Mark Taper Forum/Taper Too in Los Angeles (Alternate Places, Por Quinly), originating the role of Ricardo in the Emmy-award winning Pee-wee's Playhouse (1986) in the late 1980s, performing the lead role of Cheetah in the critically acclaimed prison drama, American Me (1992) for Universal Studios, performing the lead role of Dr. Bilac in the Emmy-award winning The X-Files (1993), and a recurring role as Carlos on the Emmy-award winning daytime drama General Hospital (1963) in the late 1990s. Victor has directed a variety of works for the stage including A Midsummer Night's Dream, Romeo & Juliet, Taming of the Shrew, The Rainbow Fish, Abraham's Spectacular Idea, The Jungle Book, Tartuffe, Dr. Seuss' Storytime, La Luna Verde, Roosters, Aesop's Foibles, Tracers, Oleana, Cowboy Mouth, True West, No Exit, and others. He has worked extensively as a voice actor in radio and TV commercials, and has performed in international theatre festivals in Italy, Mexico, Canada and Australia. He is a member of all professional actor unions including the Screen Actor's Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and the Actor's Equity Association.
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