Arber Mehmeti is originally from South Eastern Europe. He was born in Prishtina, Kosova and began performing onstage as a young child. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles as an actor and private acting coach. He teaches acting workshops both within the US and internationally.
His Theatre credits include: "The Kentucky Cycle," with CalRep which was nominated for the LA Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Ensemble, "Festen", "Current Nobody", "Poetry of Pizza", "Out of Thin Air", "Britanicus", "Hamlet" with Troubadour Theatre Company, "The Lieutenant of Inishmore" with Long Beach Playhouse and many many more.
Arber won the Region V championship of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival and was awarded the prestigious Irene Ryan Award.
Recent Film and TV credits include: "Why Him" (20th Century FOX), Jean Claude Van Johnson (Amazon), The Madness Within (Busted Knuckle Productions) and others.
Arber holds a BA in Theatre Arts from Graceland University in Iowa and MFA in Acting from California State University Long Beach where he also worked as an acting teacher.