Ceres Trinh is a queer Asian American actor based in Los Angeles, CA. She has a BA in Theater at the University of California, San Diego, and holds an AA in both Theatre Arts and Technical Theater from Santa Monica College. Having gotten her start in her high school’s production of Pirates of Penzance, she continued acting in the ensemble for the rest of high school, earning her best supporting actress for her portrayal of Juror 9 in 12 Angry People (Men). In college, she focused on her honing her craft, taking numerous courses in acting, movement, voice, theater history, and more. UCSD department credits include Sonnets for an Old Century (Vanessa Marquez), Classical Women (Medea), and The Skriker (Skriker-American Woman). She has also served as an artistic liaison specializing in scenic design for Company 157, UCSD’s oldest student-run theater company, designing shows like the Fall/Underground New Works Festival (2017, 2018) and the Winter Site Specific Festival (2018). Upon graduation, she signed with Lil' Angels Unlimited and Luxe Talent Agency, pivoting her focus to film and television. Her most recent film credits include Recent Idols (lead) and Colored (lead). Besides acting, she also enjoys many forms of art, including singing, drawing, painting, photography, construction, and woodworking. Today, she can be found in LA auditioning for all kinds of projects and spending her downtime teaching herself the guitar and binging gritty coming-of-age dramas on Netflix.