Antjuan Tobias

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Antjuan Tobias
Born Antjuan Tobias Taylor
(1985-09-12) September 12, 1985 (age 31)
Birmingham, Alabama, US
Occupation Actor
Years active 2007-Present

Antjuan Tobias Taylor is an American actor. Antjuan has appeared in the Lifetime television series Army Wives.[1] as PFC Guy Riggs, a young soldier who is deployed in Afghanistan.

Personal life[edit]

Born in Birmingham, Alabama, Taylor attended The University of Alabama[2] where he studied Communications and Information Sciences. He receives a Bachelor of Arts & Sciences in May 2014 in Interdisciplinary Studies. While studying at The University, Antjuan worked as the Online Newspaper Editor for The Crimson White student-run newspaper which received[3] a Mark of Excellence Award by the Society of Professional Journalists[4] as well as the Mark of Excellence Award and a Gold Crown Award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association[5] and was inducted into the College Media Hall of Fame.[6] He is also a member of the Eta Chi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity,[7] where he acted as Vice Polemarch while attending The University of Alabama.

Career[edit]

Antjuan begin his career in the theatre performing in regional plays, commercials and voice over work. He won Onstage Atlanta's Post & Alley Award for Best Actor in a Lead role for his portrayal of Jefferson in Romulus Linney's "A Lesson Before Dying."[8] He signed on as PFC Guy Riggs on ABC Lifetime (TV network)'s Army Wives in 2010. His character's arch spanned over the show's top rated seasons and episodes making ABC Lifetime TV's history books.[9] He has also appeared on the BET Network's first scripted television show Somebodies,[10] as well as the Tyler Perry TBS sitcom, Meet The Browns.

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