Theo Breaux
Theo Breaux was born the youngest of five children to a military family and spent most of his youth traveling around, in and out of the country. Theo has been a fan of television and film since childhood and knew at an early age that acting in television and film and writing were his dream and career objective. As a young child he participated in school plays and spent most of his time performing around his home to anyone there that would listen.

In high school he continued his journey of pursuing a career in entertainment by auditioning for local programs, while being a magnet student and studying the hard sciences like biology and chemistry which he continued to study for the first two years of his college career. After taking a semester off from college, Theo got his first agent and taste of professional work in the Dallas market and returned to complete his college degree fully bent on leaving the sciences behind and truly pursuing his heart’s desire.
He crafted a college degree through his school’s Independent Scholar Program which allowed him to tailor a degree program that allowed his creativity to shine in the form of Marketing & Advertising for the Entertainment Industry and supplemented that with a minor in Theater at Lake Forest College.

While attending college in the Chicago area, Theo got the opportunity to perform in such theatrical productions as “Hair”, “Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”, “The Comedy of Errors” and “The Colored Museum” just to name a few.

After graduation from Lake Forest College, Theo returned home to the Dallas/Fort Worth area where he got the opportunity to play one of his dream roles in William Shakespeare’s “Titus Andronicus” as Aaron the Moor alongside Ugly Betty (2006) star Michael Urie and Brian J. Smith of SGU Stargate Universe (2009) fame.

Upon his arrival in Hollywood Theo began booking work in television and film. He can be seen co-starring in such television shows as The Mentalist (2008), NCIS: Los Angeles (2009) and Southland (2009) and the films Virtually Heroes (2013) and The Hallmark Channel’s After the Fall (2010) starring Desperate Housewives (2004) star Andrea Bowen.

Born in Alexandria, Louisiana, Breaux is a tennis enthusiast and fitness fanatic and is an avid traveler. He currently resides in Los Angeles.

Then What Happened?
Half-hour Comedy television series

After being unexpectedly dumped by his boyfriend, unemployed Derek, a black, gay thirty-something, is forced to move in with two of his straight former college acquaintances Marko, a smart ass Serbian transplant and Chris, an all-American, musical theater performer.

Between all of their idiosyncrasies this trio always manages to find themselves in the craziest, most awkward and uncomfortable situations. Follow this triad as the navigate their 30's in Los Angeles while dealing with the ups and downs of their careers and the headaches brought on by their insignificant others. Through it all the guys discover that though hurdling towards the big 4-0, they are exactly where they’re supposed to be in life.

One-hour Drama television series

Andrew Prince and his friends, most of whom are among San Francisco's black elite, have just graduated from the prestigious Culvert Academy. Shades follows the drama and the ups and downs in the lives of these close friends, and those around them, as they make the transition from high school to college life at Williams College.

Keeping It Real
Half-hour Comedy television series

Ming Li Johnson is a superstar personal trainer with a celebrity client list and reality TV show to match. Between her uptight, attorney twin brother, her adopted Chinese sister, with an urban mentality, and her attention-seeking, former beauty queen mother, she has got great material to keep her reality show on the air for years. Now if only she could convince and get them to stay on board.

How The Other Side Lives
Comedy feature film or telefilm screenplay

Gayle and Gregory Peters are ecstatic that their son Gavin has graduated from college with honors and is well on his way to a bright and successful future. While at Harvard, Gavin has met and proposed to Kelly, the love of his life, who they are equally ecstatic about meeting. Their world is rocked and their old school New England mentality tested when Kelly, turns out to be a black, gay man.

Untitled Dramedy
Dramedy feature film or telefilm screenplay

Ross is approaching thirty and dealing with some crippling mental issues. He really only wants three things in life: his own place, to find the perfect guy and to discover the truth about his mother. Growing up in New York without any knowledge of his mother, because his father felt it necessary to “protect” him from the truth, Ross feels lost. When the truth comes out about his mother and his co-worker and best friend Tarkeisha receives a huge tip in foreign currency at the dinner where they work, they’re off to Europe to discover what his father has been protecting him from for all these years.