Theatre: He has appeared in numerous theatrical productions through the years. Notably, the role of Alan Strang in Equus with George Takei (LAADCC nomination, East West Players); the title role in Oedipus the King (Classic Greek Theatre of Oregon); The Legacy Codes (Dean Goodman Award, TheatreWorks). Other favorites include Rashomon, As You Like It, The Merchant of Venice, Hotspur in Henry IV, Part One and the title role in Richard III.
Film: Tropic Thunder, Trade of Innocents, How High, Hancock, Desperation, Last Call.
TV: The Newsroom, Intruders, Men at Work, Quickdraw (Hulu), Malcolm in the Middle.
Education: BA in Performing Arts, American University.
Uncle Ho to Uncle Sam is Trieu’s first solo play, written with co-author Robert Egan. Uncle Ho to Uncle Sam was developed in 2011 at the Ojai Playwrights Conference and had its world premiere at ACT/A Contemporary Theatre in Fall 2012 (Seattle Times Footlight Award/Gypsy Rose nomination). It has also played at the Kirk Douglas Theatre and Shakespeare Orange County.