On YNF Entertainment Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, the new action-thriller feature film THE LOCKSMITH, which is currently available on major streaming platforms, features actress Livia Treviño keeping a close eye on actor Ryan Phillippe.
Miller Graham (Phillippe), a thief who just got out of prison and is trying to get back into the lives of his ex-finance (Kate Bosworth) and their young daughter, is the focus of THE LOCKSMITH. With the help of his friend (Ving Rhames), Miller, who is determined, tries to stay clean by using his skills as a locksmith. However, things take an unexpected turn when someone goes missing. In the story, Treviño plays Sharon, a tough but fair parole officer who watches over Miller as he tries to turn his life around.
Actress Livia Treviño
Treviño explained she has known Nicolas Harvard since he was a young boy because she worked a day job with his father years ago. On the rare occasions that they would see each other, they would talk about how it would be fun if they worked together someday as he got older and started pursuing and developing his career. As a result, she was delighted to receive the job offer call. Hollywood is all about nurturing relationships!
In the following episode of the brand-new ABC comedy series NOT DEAD YET, Treviño takes on the role of Ruth Hochberg and transforms into a ghost. Gina Rodriguez plays the role of Nell, a woman who is trying to get back to the life and work she left behind ten years ago. When she starts a new job writing obituaries for the local newspaper, she quickly discovers that her ghostly subjects can offer her advice on life.
Treviño is best known to millions of people for her recurring role as Mrs. Timmer, the rough-and-tumble neighbor from Will and Grace’s final revival season on NBC. She has appeared in a number of shows on television, including I Love That For You, The Sex Lives of College Girls, This Is Us, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Mr. Mayor, The Big Bang Theory, and Broke. In addition, Treviño has been receiving a lot of laughs for his role as a skeptical Aunt in the national GEICO advertisement “We’ve Got Aunts.”
Treviño fell in love with dance at first. She went to New York to study and work as a dancer and choreographer after graduating from Trinity University with a degree in theater. At the New York School of Ballet, she studied with Bob Audy, Luigi, and other industry luminaries. She trained in acting at the Second City Conservatory in Los Angeles and the American University in Washington, DC, where she studied with renowned coaches.