Vasquez Jr., Byron Biography

biography of Vasquez Jr., Byron

4 August 1984, Culver City, California, USA
In 2006 Byron Vasquez Jr. was a contestant on MTV's "The Little Talent Show." Later that year he enrolled at the Joanne Baron/DW Brown studio in Santa Monica to immerse himself in the two year Meisner acting program. After graduating the studio in July of 2008, he was involved is stage productions such as "Noises Off!" where he played Tim Allgood, as well as "Wait Until Dark" at the Covina Center for the Performing Arts. He played the title character of Anton Chekov's short play "The Boor" at The Underground Theater in Hollywood, CA. He also had a role in Daryl Hall's "The Subhuman" indie film as Don the Deli Man. In 2010 he procured a small role as Peter Barbosa in Joaquin Palma's comedy "According to Plan". This led to a role in Joaquin Palma's horror film "Prayers in the Dark" which is in post-production(2012). In March of 2012 Byron wrote, performed and was executive producer of the short film "...And Let God Do the Rest" which is currently in post-production. In April (2012) he was cast in the suspense thriller "Nursery Rhyme" slated to begin filming in June (2012).

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  1. And Let God Do the Rest (2012) (executive producer)


  1. Canyon Road (2012) (production assistant)
  2. Lights Out (2010/I) (script supervisor)