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Driving Miss Crazy – Directed by Treva Etienne – HBO Best Short Film


A Woman Scorned -Directed by Treva Etienne – Hollywood Scarefest Best Short Film







Treva Etienne has recently guest starred in the BBC drama Death In Paradise, the CBS spinoff Criminal Minds Beyond Borders and the CW fantasy/ horror Supernatural. He has a leading role in the upcoming indie horror movie Itsy Bitsy and was a recurring guest star for 2 seasons in Stephen Spielberg’s sic-fi drama Falling Skies,  His movie roles include: Terminator Salvation, Pirates of the Caribbean – Curse of the Black Pearl, Bad Boys II, Black Hawk Down and Eyes Wide Shut,  His U.S. TV roles include Undercovers, The Philanthropist, 24, Criminal Minds, Medium, Charmed, Angel and Threat Matrix.

His U.S. independent movie credits include: Masked and Anonymous, Mob Rules, Compulsion, Green Street Hooligans II, The Changeling, English as a Second Language, South of The Border, Desert Vows, Japan and Barroom Babies.  He has produced a short film documentary on homeless teens in LA and is currently in post production co-producing a feature length documentary on Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his message of global forgiveness.

In the UK  he is known for his roles in TV drama series The Last Train, London’s Burning and the BAFTA/RTS award winning series Holding On.  Other TV credits include ; The Godsend, Casualty, The Bill, Only Fools and Horses, Desmond’s” and Sir Peter Hall’s The Final Passage.

His theatre credits include the title role in Macbeth at The Royal National Theatre, Moon On a Rainbow Shawl directed by Maya Angelou/Almeida Theatre,Measure for Measure/Shakespeare & Co. USA,  Black Poppies/Royal National Theatre, Some Kind Of Hero/Young Vic Theatre, Smile Orange/Leicester Playhouse, Hard Knocks/The Royal Court, Playboy of the West Indies”/Manchester Contact Theatre, The Four Seasons/Edinburgh Festival, Noah’s Wife/Edinburgh Festival, An Enchanted Land/Riverside Studios and Angels Rave On//Nottingham Playhouse.

After training with the BBC as a director, he wrote and directed his first short film The Promise of Strangers. His television credits include writing, producing and directing 2 seasons of BBC’s award winning comedy sketch show The Real McCoy. He also wrote and directed two award winning short films, Driving Miss Crazy, which won the HBO Best Short Film in Acapulco and A Woman Scorned which won a Best Short Film prize at the Hollywood Scare-fest Film Festival.  Both films were screened on Channel 4 and the BBC, and played film festivals in the U.S, Europe and Africa. He produced and starred in a drama pilot in LA about the paparazzi called Tretch.

He ran his former company Crown Ten productions for five years, developing writers in drama & comedy and running media training programs in schools where he co-produced a documentary called Arts in the Community with BBC Schools. He produced a BBC radio drama called Rushdie and a radio comedy pilot called The Bajan Mafia. Other producing credits include: The New Generation, a BBC stand-up comedy pilot and created/directed a Ch 5 comedy pilot titled Club Class, The company secured funding from HRH Prince Charles Business Trust and on three occasions Treva presented The Duke of Edinburgh Awards to 200 children/teenagers at Buckingham Palace and St. James Palace with HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Edward.

in 2000, Treva sat on the former UK Film Council Review Group with Chris Smith MP & former Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport with established UK Film industry producers to introduce new initiatives into the British Film Industry announced at the Cannes Film Festival. He deputy chaired the DCMS (Dept of Culture, Media and Sport) Film Committee with Lord Richard Attenborough, Sir David Puttnam & other UK media industry professionals.

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