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Professional Acting + Film Industry Bio
ACTOR | DIRECTOR | WRITER | PRODUCER
Tristan's professional acting website: click here and IMDb page. Tristan was a finalist for Best Actor and Best Filmmaker in Willamette Week's Best of Portland 2017.
Tristan David Luciotti is a native of Atlanta, GA and an actor, director, producer and writer currently residing in the Pacific Northwest.
He is the director, writer, producer and lead actor, Corey Caruso, in the 2017 episodic web series Adventures in #Adulting. (click here to subscribe to AIA's YouTube)
Tristan has enjoyed compelling roles in feature films and shorts, including: The Mantis Room, The Fear of the Bottom, In the Dark of Night, Runaway Highway, Slapped! The Movie, SHOJOE, Kung Fu Sleepwalker, The Alchemist Coterie and The Viewer (just to name a few).
Tristan also has appeared in several commercials, industrials, voice overs and was featured in a couple of TV shows, including Portlandia, Grimm and The Librarians. You might even recognize him from one of his multiple commercial spots as the weather and traffic app man on KGW 8 Portland.
Tristan's first step into Portland spotlight came the summer of 2015 when he played the lead, Henry Thompson, in Looking for Olivia at Twilight Theater Company. He then appeared in several stage musical cabarets and was the Assistant Director of The Heidi Chronicles.
To top it all off, Tristan is also a filmmaker and is about to wrap his full feature documentary, All Around Us and recently submitted his short film Stella and Rocky to multiple film festivals - it already took the title of finalist at one of them!
As if that isn't enough, Tristan is also the founder of Vision8Studio (www.vision8studio.com) where he teaches acting classes and provides services for actors (self-taped auditions, demo reels, acting websites) in Portland, OR. Vision8Studio is also a full film production studio.
Tristan is represented by Jason Jeffords at ARTHOUSE Talent and Literary/Portland and Dustin Wilsor at MAM/Seattle and managed by Sal Kuyateh in NYC.