Michael Trevino Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Michael Trevino Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Michael Trevino Net Worth: Michael Trevino is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Michael Trevino was born in Montebello, California in January 1985. He’s famous for playing the character of Tyler Lockwood to the TV series The Vampire Diaries. His first television appearance came in the show Summerland in 2005. Exactly the same year he appeared in episodes of Summerland and Charmed. In 2007 he starred as Jaime Vega in the show Cane. He subsequently had recurring characters on the TV shows The Riches and 90210. Since 2009 his best known character has been as Tyler Lockwood on The CW show The Vampire Diaries. Michael starred in his only picture The Factory in the year 2012 as well as the TV movie Love Finds a Home in 2009. He had a recurring character on The Originals in 2013. Michael previously dated actress Jenna Ushkowitz.
January 25, 1985
Montebello, California, United States
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
United States of America
Teen Choice Award for Choice TV
ALMA Award for Favorite TV Actor - Supporting Role
The Factory, Love Finds a Home, Cow Belles, Austin Golden Hour
I'm a full-blooded Mexican. My mother was born in Zacatecas, Mexico, and my father - the son of Mexican immigrants - was born near Fresno, California.
When our executive producer, Julie Plec, told me I was going to become a hybrid I got really excited. Because there's a lot of responsibility that comes with that, especially in our world of 'The Vampire Diaries' where Tyler is the first successful hybrid that's made.
I loved working on '90210,' and I liked playing Ozzy because he was different from everybody else. And it was great because I got a great fan base.
I only eat candy on Halloween. No lie.
I'm a boxer-briefs guy.
I was brought up bilingual, but there came a point where my mom went back to work and I got a white babysitter, so sadly I lost it. Now I can understand Spanish and put words together, but I don't speak it fluently. I'm ashamed of that.
I would love to dive into an indie film based on the streets of East Los Angeles where I grew up. If that doesn't come my way soon, I think I just might have to write it myself.