Byron Jacquet

is a veteran Houston actor whose many credits include: (The Ensemble Theatre)- Women in the Pit, The Waiting Room, Jitney, Seven Guitars, Livin’ Fat, The Man Who Saved New Orleans, Blue, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, Short Eyes, A Soldier’s Play, Two Trains Running, Johnny B. Goode and Distant Voices.  He has performed in the touring productions of Kid Zero, The Magic Story Maker, Brer Rabbit and Wiley, and The Hairy Man.  Byron has also performed at Stages Repertory Theatre in The Courage of Mandy Kate Brown; The Alley Theatre in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Of Mice and Men; I, Barbara Jordan; in film and TV in Red Ink and American Gigolo; and several industrial films.  He performed in The Ballad of Emmett Till, performed at The University of California at Santa Cruz.  Byron attended the University of Houston and the Writer’s Clinic, Inc.