Victor Love. Is an actor, a teacher. and an artist who recently completed the very controversial, much talked about, written about and shockingly honest play, STREET LIFE, an auto biographical journey through self doubt, public and critical acclaim into the darkness of depression, addiction, and homelessness, to the realization of the promise that he hinted at in his the 1987 film adaptation of Richard Wright’s novel NATIVE SON. His co-stars included Oprah Winfrey, Geraldine Page, Matt Dillon and Elizabeth McGovern.
His career includes several TV and film roles; It’s My Party, Gang Related, Velocity Trap, The Hank Gathers Story, Jaded, Mr. Payback, Heaven is a Playground, Miami Vice, A Different World, HBO’s Spawn, LA Law, Babylon 5, West Wing, The Resident, The Red Band Society and the Adult Swim pilot which will be picked up in May of 2019.
On the New York stage he originated the character of Dawson in Aaron Sorkins’s A FEW GOOD MEN. He has worked on Broadway, at Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, The Joe Papp Theater, The Delacourt, The Arena Stage, Center Stage, Louisville, Coast play house, Williams-town theater Festival.
As a coach his attention to detail and knowledge has made him a much sought after acting coach. He is proud to have worked most recently on Bad Boys 3, as well as having worked with the brilliant Janelle Monae on Moonstruck and Hidden Figures to name a few of his recent collaborations.
He is the founder of the EVOLV ATLANTA ACTING studio in Atlanta, where he teaches acting and scene study for stage and film. He is also a frequent visitor to Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami and New York where his workshops are must attend events for the professional and journeyman actors.
He also facilitates community out reach programs at the ArstXchange in Atlanta Georgia, where his studio is located, coincidentally, two blocks from the TYLER PERRY STUDIOS. Another man who uses his talent to give back to the community in an effort to make this world a better place.