Rising star Travis Coles has worked on various TV shows like David Makes Man, Liza on Demand, and Superstore. Additionally, he has also worked on various video shorts like Aunt Man, End of the Road, among others.
He also worked behind the scenes for various projects; in fact, his CV consists of various departments like the sound department, producing, and in the editorial.
One of Travis Coles' best-known work was his role on Superstore; it was one of his most widely recognized roles.
Superstore first aired on NBC the network on November 30, 2015, and is still airing as of March 2020. He acted alongside Lauren Ash Colton Dunn and Mark McKinney, among others.
Travis Coles is an American actor not to be confused with football quarterback Travis Cole who is a footballer born on June 14, 1979, in Lake Oswego, Oregon, USA.
The actor has a decent following of around 27k followers on Instagram as of March 2020. As of Influencermarketinghub, he earns around $141 to $235 per post made on IG.
Similarly, he also has a Twitter account where he is not that popular and only has around 700 followers.
Travis Coles is an actor who is famous for his work on various TV shows both as an actor and crew member.
His repertoire of shows includes “Dollhouse,” “Torchwood,” “Alex, Inc.,” and in addition to this, he has also appeared on web originals like CollegeHumor Originals.
Travis Coles was born on October 23, 1986, in Germany. He is around 34 years old in 2020. He has German heritage and holds American citizenship.
Coles was raised in Texas, DC, and Maryland as his family moved around a lot when he was a child.
The actor is worth anywhere between $100,000-$1 million as of March 2020. He amassed this net worth from a career in show business.
Although his exact salary is not public information, he must earn a six-figure salary.
David Makes Man is the coming of age story of the 14-year-old protagonist, David, as he faces the loss of his friend and poverty to lift him and his family, including a hardworking mother out of their impoverished state.
The star described as genderqueer by some Travis Coles plays the role of Mx. Elijah, alongside Akili McDowell, Alana Arenas, Phylicia Rashad in the series that portrays the struggle of millions of African-American families in the USA.
He also made played a minor role in the hit TV series Brooklyn Nine-Nine as a singer.