Kamar de los Reyes originated the role of One Life to
Live's passionate and hot-tempered Antonio Vega in 1995 and quickly became a fan favorite during his two-year stint on
the show. He reprised the role in 2000 and the character soon became a member of the Llanview Police Department.
in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Mr. de los Reyes moved to the United States at age two. He grew up in Las Vegas, surrounded by a
family of professional musicians. No stranger to the spotlight, he began playing the trumpet at age four, playing on stage
alongside Dizzy Gillespie and Harry James, and recently joined his family to play percussion and sing backup vocals on his
brother Daniel's debut album, San Rafael 560.
In March 2002 Mr. de los Reyes appeared in the City Center Encores!
production of Golden Boy. In 1994 he made his off-Broadway debut in Blade to the Heat, and in 1995 he played
opposite Patrick Stewart in the Shakespeare in the Park production of The Tempest in New York City. His television
credits include recurring roles in such television series as New York Undercover, Promised Land, ER and
the Showtime science fiction drama Total Recall 2070. He appeared in Touched by an Angel and co-starred in the
television movie Blood on Her Hands, opposite Susan Lucci.
Mr. de los Reyes stars in the VH1 made-for-television
film, The Way She Moves, opposite Annabeth Gish, in which he displays his considerable dancing talent. He also co-stars
with singing sensation Toni Braxton in her music video, Spanish Guitar. Beginning in July 2003, he will appear as boxer
Jose Beveagua opposite John Leguizamo in the HBO original movie, Undefeated.
When he is not working, Mr. de
los Reyes enjoys reading, writing, basketball, rollerblading, boxing and working out. His favorite pursuit, however, is spending
time with his son.