Travis knew what he wanted to do when he saw Harrison Ford in the 1985 film, "Witness." He was so moved by Ford's performance that he began studying the art of film and acting at a very early age. At 13 he enrolled in his first formal acting classes, discovering the studies to be a great outlet for his quest for greatness.

With 25 plays under his belt by the age of 24, and studying with the likes of Jay Varela, Candy Herman, and Diane Sallinger, Travis landed an agent and has been booking jobs ever since. People all over the country see Travis in national commercials for brands such as AT&T, Southwest Airlines and Best Buy.

Travis can also be seen working with Chevy Chase, Beverly d'Angelo and Kyle Busch in films and TV shows.

In addition to studying with the Groundlings in Los Angeles, Travis serves as Directing Manager of The World Famous Ventura Improv Company. Not only does he perform in and cast shows, he also teaches improv classes at the theatre, with a typical student roster of 30 or more students.

A working actor since 2000 and a member of the Screen Actors Guild, Travis remains dedicated to his craft as he continues his quest for his next great role, a role that both challenges and inspires.