Tobias Truvillion

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Tobias Truvillion
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Truvillion in 2017
Born (1975-10-01) October 1, 1975 (age 48)
Years active1999–present

Tobias Truvillion (born October 1, 1975) is an American actor.



In 2006, he received his first major role on ABC series One Life to Live , playing Vincent Jones. He is also known for his roles on Empire (2016–17) and In Contempt (2018).



2002 Paid in Full Runner
2003 Death of a Dynasty Cool Guy
Harlem's BeautyYummy
2005 Hitch Kurt
2006 Delirious Silky
2007 Blackout Reggie
2008The Day the Bread Turned GreenBlack BakerShort
2009 Brooklyn's Finest Gutta
2010 The Tested James
Persons of InterestTrig (2014)
2011Three Prayers for JuneGaryShort
HeartfeltNeef VickShort
Nous YorkShoe Seller
2014Seasons of LoveMeechiTV movie
Attempted Burglary - a Film Noir ShortThe SoldierShort
2015SupermodelDet. Jacobs
The TradeTysonShort
2016Lack of WillDeMarcusShort
2017Dope FiendBig G
Bobbi Kristina Butter
Cigarette SoupJulian 'Monti' Montgomery
2018The Products of the American GhettoBrian
The StuffBrandon
King of Newark 2Miasha Boyfriend
2019Love Dot Com: The Social ExperimentGreg Jeffries
Loved To DeathDre
Seberg Dewayne
The Marcus Garvey StoryBooker T. Washington
Holiday HeistDevin
2020Equal StandardDetective Chris Jones
2021Seven Deadly Sins: LustDamon KingTV movie
Sand Dollar CoveAlden ConwayTV movie
I Am a Man-Short
A Holiday ChanceKeith AustinTV movie
2022Respect the JuxDetective Johnson
To Her, With LoveJordanTV movie
Sanctioning EvilBarnes [1]
The Fearless ThreeMaster OSHA
Call Her KingGerald King
First Lady of BMF: The Tonesa Welch StoryHarvey


2003 Playmakers Luther HawkinsEpisode: "Down & Distance"
2004 Third Watch SkeeterEpisode: "Rat Bastard"
2005 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Military Police OfficerEpisode: "Goliath"
2006–08 One Life to Live Vincent Jones Regular Cast
2009BN4 RealCraig LewisEpisode: "Plate Full of Lies"
Law & Order: Criminal Intent Deshawn WarnerEpisode: "All In"
2011–12 Blue Bloods OttoGuest Cast: Season 2-3
2012Truth Unspoken SeriesChad PerryEpisode: "Love Is Color Blind" & "Is That You?"
2013 White Collar Robert BlyEpisode: "Quantico Closure"
2014 Person of Interest TrigEpisode: "Brotherhood"
2015 The Blacklist OfficerEpisode: "Quon Zhang (No. 87)"
Flesh and Bone BeauRecurring Cast
2016–17 Empire Derek "D-Major" MajorRecurring Cast: Season 2-3
2018 In Contempt Bennett ThompsonMain Cast
Chicago P.D. Kenny ArmstrongEpisode: "Black and Blue"
2019–22 The First Wives Club KhalilRecurring Cast: Season 1 & 3
2020 Sistas Morris HollisRecurring Cast: Season 1
2021 New Amsterdam GuillaumeEpisode: "Laughter and Hope and a Sock in the Eye"
2022 Queens Frank BlackEpisode: "Nasty Girl Records"
The Resident Pastor Aaron DeeringEpisode: "6 Volts"
FBI Trey CooperEpisode: "Kayla"
Tales EzekielEpisode: "Put It on Me"
The Best Man: The Final Chapters JahaEpisode: "The Invisible Man" & "The Party"
2023 East New York Jamal HayesEpisode: "Up in Smoke"
The Equalizer Marlon DeanEpisode: "Justified"

Music videos

2005"Free Yourself" Fantasia Barrino Love interest
2010"I'm Doin' Me"
2017"Real One" Chanté Moore

Awards and nominations

YearAwardsCategoryNominated workResult
2001 AUDELCO Awards [2] Outstanding Performance in a Musical (Male)OyaWon
2008 NAACP Image Awards [3] Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series One Life to LiveNominated

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