Trystan Gravelle is a Welsh actor best known for his starring role as Victor Colleano, Selfridges' Palm Court restaurant's cheeky and confident waiter who dreams of some day opening his own restaurant, in the period drama television series Mr Selfridge.
A native of Wales, Gravelle won a full scholarship to the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. He wasted no time following his graduation in winning coveted roles in television, on film, and on stage, where, as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company and The Globe, he starred in numerous productions.
In 2001, he won rave reviews for his starring role in the National Theatre production of Mike Bartlett's 13; simultaneous to the debut run of the play, his feature film, Anonymous, was celebrating its London premiere. He played Elizabethan spy and playwright Christopher Marlowe opposite Rhys Ifan and Vanessa Redgrave.
Gravelle's British television appearances include a drama series The Chosen and an upcoming biopic, One Chance. He also starred with Martin Sheen in the 2012 feature Stella Days.