Antonio Vega is an actor, playwright, translator, and producer. He has received extensive training in the performing arts field. He has an acting degree from the ETX Jalisco School of Theater, and has also trained in some of the most recognized institutions, such as Teatro Estudio (TEES) in Guadalajara; the Mexican Improvisation League in Mexico City; Odin Teatret in Holstebro, Denmark; the American Institute of Comedy and the HB Uta Hagen Studio in New York, US; and the Actors Center in London. Some of his credits as an actor include: The National Theater Company production of Don Juan Tenorio by José Zorrilla, Cinco Balas en la Ciudad (Five Bullets in the City of Palaces), The Lonesome West by Martin McDonagh, Electronic Garden by Rodrigo García, and Women Dreaming of Horses by Daniel Veronese. In 2004, Antonio joined Por Piedad Teatro Produciones A.C. With this company he appeared in Some Explicit Polaroids by Mark Ravenhill, The Country by Martin Crimp, Ladies and Gents by Paul Walker, A Business Woman by José Enrique Gorlero and Playing the Victim by the Presniakov Brothers. In 2011 he directed Just Don't Touch Me Amigo by Fernando Gambarani at INTAR Theatre in New York City.