Photos with Tino Tsutras
Tino Tsutras started his career as a child. He was also known as Tino Taylor, Tino Dean Taylor, and Tino Sutras. He began with print work, then television and radio commercials. By the time he was 4 years old, he could be seen on local TV commercials. From there, national TV commercials and more local radio. At 10, Tino was cast for a starring role with Burt Reynolds in the CBS Little League movie "The Man from Left Field" which can still be seen today around Father's Day. Read more... projects came his way. Roles on Nickelodeon, NBC, and other networks led to parts on "Hi Honey, I'm Home", "Super Force", "The Adventures of Superboy", and "Homicide: Life On The Street". As a young adult, Tino moved to Los Angeles in 2002 and has appeared and starred in HBO's "A Shot In The Heart", AFI's "Pros and Cons of Breathing", and starred in the 2004 feature "Gang Warz" as C-Los. During a stay in South Beach Miami, Tino booked a guest role on USA Network's "Burn Notice" as Brandon Diggs. Now living in New York City, he has recently appeared on "Unforgettable" and "Blue Bloods" on CBS TV. He also had a featured role in the film "Red Butterfly". Tino has been cast as Edgar Allan Poe in "Poe The Series" an upcoming Series Pilot awaiting production in 2015. Most recently, he was in the opening scene with Debra Messing as a Barista on "The Mysteries of Laura" on NBC.