Treva Etienne's featured movie roles include Terminator Salvation Pirates of the Caribbean Ð Curse of the Black Pearl, Bad Boys II, Black Hawk Down and Eyes Wide Shut. His other movies credits include Mob Rules, Compulsion, Green Street Hooligans II, Masked and Anonymous, The Changeling, English as a Second Language, Desert Vows and Japan. He just completed shooting Barroom Babies, and PTSD, about US soldiers coming home from Iraq. His TV roles include The Philanthropist, Undercovers, 24, Criminal Minds, Medium, Charmed, Angel and Threat Matrix. In the UK, Treva is best known for roles in popular TV dramas like The Last Train, LondonÕs Burning (Season 1, II, II), and the BAFTA/(British Academy for Film & Television) and the RTS (Royal Television Society) award winning BBC drama serial Holding On. Other TV credits include The Godsend, The Missing Finger, Only Fools and Horses, DesmondÕs, The Lenny Henry Show, The Fast Show, TV Squash Casualty, The Bill, Us Girls, The Paradise Club, and Sir Peter HallÕs The Final Passage. His theatre credits include the title role in Sir Peter GillÕs Macbeth at The Royal National Theatre, Measure for Measure/Shakespeare & Co. Boston-USA, Moon On a Rainbow Shawl directed by Maya Angelou/Almeida Theatre, Black Poppies/Royal National Theatre, Some Kind Of Hero/Young Vic, Smile Orange/Leicester Playhouse, Hard Knocks/The Royal Court, Playboy of the West Indies/Manchester Contact Theatre, The Four Seasons and NoahÕs Wife/Edinburgh Festival, Therapy/Amsterdam Theatre 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 production credits include writing, producing and directing two seasons of the BBCÕs award winning comedy sketch show The Real McKoy. Through his production company, Keylight Films, he wrote and directed two short films; Driving Miss Crazy, which won the HBO Best Short Film prize in Acapulco, and A Woman Scorned, which won Best Short Film at the Hollywood Scarefest Film Festival. Both films were screened on Channel 4 and the BBC in the UK, and played film festivals in the US, Europe and Africa. His other producer credits include Arts in the Community, a BBC Schools documentary, Rushdie, a BBC radio drama and The Bajan Mafia (a BBC radio comedy pilot). His producer credits include The New Generation (BBC TV comedy pilot), The Anniversary and The End Window (two short films), directed Sunday Brunch (a TV pilot talk show), Sisters/Ch 4 UK sit-com Festival and Gulp Fiction, an original stage comedy that successfully transferred to the Theatre Royal Stratford East. He was the Creator/Director of Club Class (Ch 5 comedy pilot) and produced his first LA project, a drama pilot on the paparazzi called Tretch. 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.