69 seconds with … actor Francisco Trujillo

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Spend 69 seconds with actor Francisco Trujillo who is currently starring in the Firehall Arts Centre / Western Canada Theatre production of Mambo Italiano through April 30, 2011 and is the voice of gay crocodile Rico on Teletoon at Night’s Life’s a Zoo.

01Your first job.
A paper route.

02The job you wanted as a child.
A thief. I thought the robber had the better job in cops and robbers.

03The three things you would want with you on a deserted island.
iPod with music, hot stud muffin and a Vera’s Burger Shack.

04Your hero.
My grandmother.

05Your biggest indulgence.
Toy cars.

06One thing no one knows about you (and you’re willing to share).
I collect toy cars.

07Complete this sentence: I first kissed a boy …
… at 15.

08The #1 item on your bucket list (the one thing you want to experience/do before you die).
Go skydiving.

09 One word your best friend would use to describe you.

10 The one thing you simply cannot miss doing when you come to Vancouver.
The view from UBC.

MEET francisco Trujillo

Francisco Trujillo

A graduate of Vancouver’s Studio 58, along with his current role as Nino in the Firehall Arts Centre / Western Canada Theatre Company presenation of Mambo Italiano, Francisco has appeared as Scar and Pumbaa in the Toronto and U.S. and national tours of Disney’s The Lion King.  

Other selected highlights include: Light Gets In (Magnus Theatre, Belfry Theatre, Neptune Theatre); Dream in High Park (Toronto), As You Like It, Scooby Doo Live (US, Latin America & UK Tours); Pajama Game & Guys and Dolls (Theatre Under the Stars). Film and television work include Fringe, MutantX, May Day, Trixie, Addams Family.

Franciso can also be heard on Teletoon’s Life’s A Zoo, where he plays the gay crocodile Rico.

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