Jordi Vilasuso grew up in Miami, Florida and has been acting since he was eleven years old. He began his career doing community theater and working in the television and film industry in South Florida. When he was 18 years old he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career and shortly thereafter moved to New York City for a contract role on the CBS daytime drama “Guiding Light.” After winning an Emmy in 2003, he moved to Los Angeles to further pursue work in film and primetime television.
Notably, Jordi has worked in films with some of the finest actors in Hollywood from the likes of Paul Giamatti and Andy Garcia. He has acted in numerous primetime television programs and in 2013 he returned to Daytime television's most acclaimed drama, ABC's All My Children, where he starred in the role of Griffin Castillo in the show's final year of broadcast. Jordi can next be seen in the Hulu series, South Beach, where he will star as the show's villain, Isaac Santero.
Jordi has contributed his talents to emceeing and hosting many events for influential organizations as well, such as MALDEF, which is the nation's leading Latino legal civil rights organization. He has been honored as one of Miami Magazine's Modern Hispanic Gentlemen, a campaign recognizing influential philanthropists and their charities. Most recently, he was bestowed with the Golden Orange for his acting by the Miami Media Film Market. He is grateful for all the support he has received from his hometown of Miami and looks forward to telling more stories that can inspire others to follow their dreams.