Victor Rasuk is an exciting talent who has amassed a strong body of work. He was most recently seen in Clint Eastwood's "The Mule," as well as alongside John Krasinski in the second season of Tom Clancy's "Jack Ryan." Rasuk can also be seen as the pivotal role of José Rodriguez, opposite Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan in the trilogy "Fifty Shades of Grey," "Fifty Shades Darker" and "Fifty Shades Freed." Recently, Rasuk completed filming for Sonya Goddy's independent feature "Holy New York."
For his feature film debut as the title character in the Sundance Film Festival hit "Raising Victor Vargas" (2003), Rasuk garnered an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Debut Performance. His acclaim continued with a celebrated performance as skateboard legend Tony Alva in TriStar Pictures' "Lords of Dogtown," directed by Catherine Hardwicke. In 2008, he co-starred in Kimberly Peirce's "Stop Loss" with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Channing Tatum, and co-starred in Steven Soderbergh's "Che" with Benicio Del Toro. Rasuk's film work includes "Being Flynn," alongside Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore, "Jobs" with Ashton Kutcher, and "Godzilla" with Bryan Cranston and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
On television, Rasuk is best known for his award-nominated work in HBO's "How to Make it in America" as series lead Cam. He also had a recurring role on the final season of the seminal drama "ER" and starred in Kevin Williamson's CBS drama "Stalker." Other television credits include the USA series "Colony" and the CBS series "Blue Bloods."
A native New Yorker, Rasuk began acting at age 14. In 2000, he starred in Peter Sollett's short film "Five Feet High and Rising," which garnered awards at both the Sundance and Cannes film festivals. Rasuk went on to study acting at the Professional Performing Arts School and HB Studio in Manhattan before collaborating with Sollett again on "Raising Victor Vargas."