Zach Villa has acquired considerable acclaim as an actor, musician, vocalist, dancer & songwriter. A 'jack of all trades,' Zach appeared on Broadway and at Carnegie Hall before re-locating to the West coast, only to appear with the LA Philharmonic in the world premiere of Frank Zappa's 200 Motels.
You've recently seen Zach starring as a series regular on FX’s acclaimed “American Horror Story.” In film, he has appeared along side Nicole Kidman in Karyn Kusama's "Destroyer." His 3 episode arc on Showtime's "Shameless" premiered this spring, and he has recently had the pleasure of appearing on SyFy's, "The Expanse."
His musical collaboration with Evan Rachel Wood, Rebel and a Basketcase went on to garner critical acclaim from Rolling Stone, MTV, Billboard and NYLON, culminating with a performance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. His latest group Sorry Kyle has released their debut EP, and Zach has released a new single as a solo artist entitled, “Revolver,” to critical acclaim. Both projects have follow-up releases planned.
You've heard him voice a series regular for Fox's "Bordertown," and seen him as the lead in the award-winning and gender fluid film, "Honeyglue." Other credits include "Cardboard Boxer," starring Terrence Howard and Thomas Haden Church, "NCIS:LA," Warhorse at Lincoln Center (Joey/Topthorn, Broadway), & Twelfth Night at Shakespeare in the Park with Anne Hathaway.
He has worked closely with Rob Fusari (Lady Gaga, Beyonce'), with David Byrne & Alex Timbers for their acclaimed production of Here Lies Love, and has choreographed for Diane Paulus & the Big Apple Circus. He is a multi-instrumentalist proficient on guitar, bass, violin, drums & piano.
He is a graduate of the Juilliard School and Interlochen Arts Academy.