Actors

Luis Guzman Net Worth

Luis Guzman Net Worth is
$14 Million

Luis Guzman Biography

He’s a legend and his functions in Television shows and films have made audiences filled with joy. He is non-e apart from Luis Guzman. He was created in the entire year 1956 on 28th of August which makes his age 58 at the moment. Luis Guzman may be the legend and provides appeared in lots of roles in different Television shows and films. He was created in a location called Cayey, which is based on Pueto Rice. Originally when he began his acting profession, Luis Guzman made an appearance in independent films and in addition in street theatre has. He is not so tall as he comes with an average elevation of 5 feet 7 in ., which is just about 1.71 meters. He provides given many shirtless moments in Television shows and movies to create it look true. A lot of details on him and his amazing biography could be grabbed from well-known wiki sites such as for example Wikipedia and IMDb. Likewise, after eight years of his film appearance, he made an appearance in the tv screen series called The Equalizer. He provides his Twitter accounts verified this means he is the main one using the accounts. He is devoid of any extra marital affair or dating other people and doesn’t have a girlfriend at the moment. He has a spectacular 74.1 thousand followers in Twitter which proves how popular he has been around the website. These films also have added up too much to the full total estimate of Luis Guzman net worthy of. He struggled a whole lot in his start of his profession because he cannot prove his talent initially because he had not been getting enough functions. He worked such as a social employee before he became thinking about acting. His immense skill began to get him a whole lot of possibilities in Television shows and movies. He’s today a legend and his lifestyle has been filled with pleasure. He earned great cash also due to his effort. According for some sources he includes a resounding net worthy of of 14 million U. He got wedded to Angelita Galarza-Guzman in the entire year 1985 plus they are always jointly and his pleased to possess her as his wife. His personal lifestyle never has already established any complications and the primary reason behind that is his cleverness and capability to tackle complications.. The couple is certainly going very well which leaves the probability of a divorce to an extremely minimum. As the few is going very solid, there is nearly no potential for a divorce that occurs in their lives. With regards to his kids, he provides seven of these plus they are Cemi, Yoruba, Clare, Yemaya, Luna, Jace O’Flynn and Margarita. He provides been mixed up in site quite definitely as he has recently tweeted in the website a lot more than 4 thousand situations. He has performed gem of functions in Television shows and movies which has produced him the legendary actor he’s today. A few of the Television shows and films to his credits are Brief Eyes, Scarface, Range, Heartbeat, Lemony Snicket, The Cowboy Way and Family members Business’s A number of Unfortunate Events. It’s been estimated that the quantity of Luis Guzman net well worth gets to 14 million dollars, relating to current calculations. Luis Guzman can be an actor from Puerto Rico. Luis Guzman has primarily appeared as a personality in many Television and film productions. Luis Guzman offers made an appearance as a policeman or thug generally in most of his productions. Luis Guzman offers collaborated often with Steven Soderbergh, who’s a director, and he offers appeared in lots of productions created by him, such as for example “The limey”, “Out of Sight” and “Visitors”. From some resources, it is thought that his net well worth has ended 14 million US dollars which shows how successful he’s. Luis Guzman is usually a popular actor who’s known for his assisting functions in the film, Boogie Nights 1997 and Carlito’s Way 1993. He’s not too energetic on the social media site just like the Instagram or Facebook but he’s an active person in Twitter and he offers verified his accounts. Furthermore, he is also called a tone of voice actor and therefore he has made an appearance in several video video games, such as for example “Grand Theft Car: Vice Town” and “Grand Theft Car: Vice City Tales”. He also made an appearance in the music video “Yes WE ARE ABLE TO. Probably the most latest appearances of his has been around “Steps to make it in the us” on HBO. –> He offers many shirtless moments that he offered on it so that these displays can look a lot more actual. The actor was created in 1956 in Puerto Rico.. He grew up in a treatment of his mom and step-father. His mom was employed in a medical center and his step-dad was a Television repairman. Before he started his profession in performing, Luis Guzman was operating as a interpersonal worker. He is one of the ethnicity white and nationality Puerto Rican. Luis Guzman established fact for many films, such as for example “Welcome to Collinwood”, “The Salton Sea”, “Carlito’s Method”, “Carlito’s Method: Rise to Power”, “Stonewall” and much more. He is usually also keen on uploading his photos in Twitter. Furthermore to his appearances in films, he in addition has starred in some Television shows and Television series, such as for example “Oz”, “Frasier” and “Homicide: Life on the road”. He’s also known from VH1 channel, where he’s a commentator on several shows, such as for example “I REALLY LIKE the 80s” and “I REALLY LIKE the 70s”. In 2007, he made an appearance in the show known as “John from Cincinnati”, however, this display is canceled by at this time. He has produced his audience to enjoy a him. Luis Guzman was created in Cayey, Puerto Rico and grew up in NY City’s Greenwich Village. After gaining some acting encounter from there, then began operating for the road theater and independent movies. He graduated from Town University and worked for a few years as a youth counselor at the Henry Road Settlement House. Similarly, he also made an appearance in the music video clips, Undisputed, Gorilla, and 1-800 -273-8255. He previously been involved in to the site an excessive amount of and he previously tweeted many occasions on the webpage. His film credits include Carlito’s Method, Carlito’s Method: Rise to Power, Welcome to Collinwood, Stonewall, Waiting around. He is the tone of voice of Ricardo Diaz in the Grand Theft Car: Vice City and in addition in Grand Theft Car Vice City Stories 2. He wedded Angelita Galarza-Guzman in the entire year 1985 and their romantic relationship as couple is still running with out a scratch., The Salton Ocean, and Lemony Snicket’s A number of Unfortunate Occasions. His film and Television projects include Carlito’s Method,


Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameLuis Guzmán
Net Worth$14 Million
Salary$14 million
Date Of BirthAugust 28, 1956
Height1.71 m
ProfessionFilm producer, Social Worker, Voice Actor
EducationCity College of New York
SpouseAngelita Galarza-Guzman
ChildrenMargarita Briggs-Guzman, Clare Briggs-Guzman, Cemi Briggs-Guzman, Yemaya Briggs-Guzman, Luna Briggs-Guzman, Yoruba Briggs-Guzman, Jace O' Flynn Guzman
ParentsBenjamin Cardona, Rosa Cardona
Twitterhttp://www.twitter.com/iamluisguzman
Instagramhttp://www.instagram.com/loueyfromthehood
AwardsScreen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Florida Film Critics Circle Award for Best Cast
NominationsIndependent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male, ALMA Award for Favorite Movie Actor
MoviesJourney 2: The Mysterious Island, Puerto Ricans in Paris, Boogie Nights, Carlito's Way, The Count of Monte Cristo, The Last Stand, The Taking of Pelham 123, Magnolia, Keanu, Punch-Drunk Love, Turbo, The Bone Collector, Anger Management, Carlito's Way: Rise to Power, Traffic, We're the Millers, In the Blood, The Limey, Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd, Out of Sight, Nothing like the Holidays, Welcome to Collinwood, The Salton Sea, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, Reclaim, Dreamer, The Adventures of Pluto Nash, The Caller, Ana Maria in Novela Land, Crocodile Dundee II, Snake Eyes, Beverly Hills Chihuahua, Two Men in Town, Still Waiting..., The Lookalike, The Hard Way, School for Scoundrels, The Cowboy Way, The Substitute, Double Whammy, True Believer, Guilty as Sin, Black Rain, Innocent Blood, One Tough Cop, Luckytown, Mr. Wonderful, Short Eyes, Fast Food Nation, Family Business, Sam the Man
TV ShowsCode Black, How to Make It in America, John from Cincinnati, House of Buggin', I Love Toys, I Love the '80s Strikes Back, I Love the '90s: Part Deux, I Love the '70s: Volume 2, Luis


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Has been in two movies with the word "way" in the title: The Cowboy Way (1994) and Carlito's Way (1993).
2 In the show Community, he is portrayed as a former student of Greendale. Ironically he attended City College the rival school of Greendale.
3 Was considered for the role of Willie Lopez in Ghost (1990). The role went to Rick Aviles instead. Their resemblance is so uncanny that people often ask Luis why he "killed" Patrick Swayze. He has to explain to them that it wasn't him, it was Rick.
4 Performed in several spots for Cabot Cheese, which is based near where he lives in Cabot, Vermont, living the life of a gentleman farmer.
5 He prefers his first name pronounced LOO-ee.
6 Although he played the father of Nicholas Turturro on two episodes of NYPD Blue (1993), he is in fact only five years older than Turturro.
7 He and Chuck Zito are the only actors to appear in both Carlito's Way (1993) and its prequel, Carlito's Way: Rise to Power (2005).
8 Formerly of Cabot, VT, now resides elsewhere in the "Northeast Kingdom" area of the state. [2009]
9 He was a social worker, working especially with young people. He also was very involved with his community, arranging events, before becoming an actor.
10 Born in Puerto Rico, but grew up in the East Village section of Manhattan, in New York City. In an interview, he explained that his mother traveled to New York fifteen minutes after his birth.
11 Last name is pronounced gooz-MAHN.
12 Frequently cast by film director Paul Thomas Anderson.
13 Frequently cast by film director Steven Soderbergh.


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 He often plays a cop or a villains' sidekick
2 His wolf-man like face


Quotes

#Quote
1 [on working as a Nurse on Code Black (2015)] "You're not showing up to do 10 hours as an actor. You're showing up to do 12 hours as a doctor, as a nurse."
2 [on working as a Nurse on Code Black (2015)] "You're showing up to do a real shift,"
3 [on the expectations on Code Black (2015)] "I've been doing this for a long time but this show is different in that in this show you're showing up to do a real shift."
4 [his perception of Code Black (2015)] It's very realistic. I think people are going to be drawn to that.
5 (On landing his role in Oz (1997)) It's funny, because the first year Oz came on the air, so many of my friends were telling me about it, "You've gotta watch this show, you've gotta watch this show." So one of my friends sent me three episodes of it, and I watched it. I called my agent and I said, "Bro, you've got to get me on this show." My agent tells me, "Nobody's getting paid to do this show." I said, "I don't care that nobody's getting paid, it's a great show, man." I called Tom Fontana and I said, "Tom, please, put me on the show, [give me] anything." I did three years of it, and it was a great experience. We had the best cast in the world. Everybody was really working together. The story lines that were coming out were mind-boggling. It was like a quilt: You got the white supremacist, the Muslim, the Latinos, the Italians, the gays, you got this, you got that, you got the prison guards. It made for such great storytelling. It was like a prison soap opera that was so well-conceived and put together. And again it was one of those things that I was fortunate to have found.
6 (On Boogie Nights (1997)) _Paul Thomas Anderson_ sent me that script. It sat in my office for six months. One day I walk in and I go, "I've got to clean this place up, what a mess." I had piles and piles of scripts and papers. I got to the bottom of the pile and I said, "Oh, wow, Boogie Nights. All right, let me check it out." Because I'm sorting and seeing what I'm throwing away and what's going into the fireplace. I sat down and I started to read the script. I kept reading it, and I read the whole thing in one reading. I was blown away at how well the story was written, how eloquent it was. It was an incredible story. I called him up, and I said, "Dude, I just read your script. Blew me away!" Because he captured that era so well, the characters were so amazingly well-written, the whole storyline and all that stuff. So I had this conversation with him, and I think I was in my mid-30s, so I ask him, "Dude, how old are you?" And he says [Makes mumbling noise.] and I go, "44? Oh, okay." And he says, "No, no, I'm 24." There was a silence on the phone, and he goes, "You there? You okay?" I go, "Dude, 24 years old, and you captured that era so well?" I said, "Oh my goodness." So I signed onto it. It was probably one of the most amazing experiences, shooting that movie, especially that whole opening sequence. It's just one long camera take. Just seeing Paul's passion for it and everything, and all the cats who were involved in it. Of course, I didn't know who half of the people were that I was working with, I might have seen this guy or this girl, but for the most part, I was just blended into this awesome group of people. It was an amazing experience, he shot it so well. We became so tight on that movie. He showed me a rough cut of that movie. I'm walking out, and he goes, "What do you think?" I go, "Oh, I don't know, man, I don't know, I've got to think about it." Because when I first saw it, it was shocking. It blew me away. It messed up my senses. After a couple of days, I said, "Bro, you got an amazing movie here." That's a tribute to Paul, because when you see a movie like that, it takes a while to sink in. You've really got to process it. You know you just saw something special. Sometimes you see a movie and you say, "It's great." But this movie had so many different avenues going on, and so many different story lines and things just weaving out of each other. And my question to Paul was, "Are they gonna let you release this movie, bro?" Because it was shocking. But it was shocking because there was so much truthfulness. This is the industry. But it wasn't a movie about pornography. It was a movie about the people that make those movies, and their story, and the stuff that they go through. I was so proud of him, of the cast of that movie and of how well that movie turned out. I thought that movie should have gotten an Academy Award nomination, because it was one of the best movies to have come around of that genre, maybe the only one of its kind.
7 (On The Brave) You know, that movie was never released. It was Johnny [Depp]'s first stab at directing. I play his main nemesis in that movie. I love Johnny. Johnny's a great guy. I had fun working side-by-side with him. It's a struggle, man. It's a struggle to be as young as he was and be directing a movie like that and just trying to make it all work. He was trying his own path to it. [It was] the first movie I had ever been in with Marlon Brando, except I never got to meet Marlon on the set. But just knowing I got to work on a movie with one of my idols was awesome. It was work, you know? I just put myself into that role, being the most badass motherfucker that I could be. That's how I approach it. The thing about some of these characters, it's like you've got to really fucking go for it. You have to strip yourself of everything and just go for it. Whether it's being a cop, whether it's being somebody's sidekick, there are certain elements to those characters that you've got to bring all this stuff to the table. It's something I'm really proud of. I don't think I've played the same role twice in a movie. When I show up it's, "Okay, it's a fresh slate." To my credit, I grew up on the Lower East Side. Where I grew up, it looked like a bomb hit that neighborhood. I grew up with every single element, good and bad-you want to talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly, I got all of that, so my life was always my reference to different characters that I've played. So when I did that movie with Johnny, The Brave, it was a guy [who] just didn't give a fuck who he was. He just went for it, "I'm badder than you." I don't think about that, I just do it.
8 (On Carlito's Way (1993) & Carlito's Way: Rise to Power (2005)) Well, I don't think you can really compare (them), because one, you're working with Sean Penn and Al Pacino, and it was a different kind of movie than the prequel-and mind you, I play two different characters. In Carlito's Way, I play Pachanga, which was Pacino's main sidekick. That for me was such a great movie, because it captured that quote-unquote "criminal element" of someone just trying to make it [who] gets sucked right back into it, and you can't trust nobody. Johnny Leguizamo was in there too, and it was a great story about a guy from the neighborhood who just couldn't get out of it. Then in the prequel, Jay Hernandez played the young Carlito, and I was this guy, Nacho Reyes, who was this Cuban guy who was into Santería and is an assassin and a coke-head, but it was a different movie. I don't think it was nowhere near the level that Carlito's Way was. But for me, anyway, it was just one of those roles where I saturated myself with it and just went for it. It's like jumping off a building without a parachute, but I'm having enough confidence that I'm going to land.
9 (On making Q&A) I had done a movie for Sidney Lumet called Family Business (1989). I had only one scene in that movie, and my scene was with Dustin Hoffman. In that one scene, I grew up like, 10 years in the business. Dustin taught me a lot. I learned a lot about my instincts. Sidney Lumet came up to me and said, "Look, I'm putting another movie together, and there might be a little something for you." At the time I was doing one, two, maybe three days' worth of work on movies. When he told me that, I thought, "Oh man, maybe I'll get four days this time." And it ended up being that role. I absolutely consumed myself in it. I worked with some great actors-Charlie Dutton and Armand Assante, Nick Nolte, and Timothy Hutton, working with the genius of Sidney Lumet. I grew up a lot. I learned a lot. I always showed up prepared, but always with the intention of, "What can I learn today? When I did Q&A, I used to do ride-along, where you ride in the squad car and you actually go out for eight hours. You sit in the squad car and you hear everything that goes on in the squad car, what comes in over the talkie. You go into different situations, and you experience them. So this way when you show up to a movie set, you're not acting a cop, but you're living a cop, because you understand some of the psychology involved, the lingo, the attitude, the personality, how you deal with people, how people deal with you, how people react to you, how you react to people. For me, it was absolutely a learning experience, so I benefited from that, because when I show up on set, I know what my attitude is. It's not something I have to make up. I experienced it, I lived it.
10 (On getting involved in Nothing Like the Holidays (2008)) I got a call from Freddy [Rodríguez]. He said, "I'm doing this movie in Chicago, and I'd like to know if you would like to do a cameo in it." I go, "Yeah, bro, anything to support you, you're a good buddy of mine." So they sent me the scene-originally it was this scene involving the priest. So I read it, and then we got into a whole conversation, and I said, "It's okay, but I think when a priest shows up to somebody's house, there needs to be more of an impact there. So we need to just beef up the scene, make it worth my while." We talked and I gave him my notes. About a week later, I get a phone call. They said, "Hey man, would you mind checking out the part of Johnny?" I go, "Oh my God, this is right down my alley." Everybody has a cousin Johnny in their family. Everyone has that older cousin who wishes he were still young, and he looks out for all the younger siblings and cousins and stuff like that. I just dug the whole premise of the script, and they were compiling a really great cast of actors. I said, "Oh man, I'd love to be a part of this." I showed up and my whole thing was, "I want to be a part of this family." Pretty much that's how I approached it, and I got so much love from it, and gave so much love back to it. It's one of those projects that I was totally proud of. Not just because I was making a Latin movie about a Latin family, but because I was making a good movie, a good story, a universal story that could apply to any family in any corner of this country or the world, for that matter, because we always come together, the family at least once a year, or once every couple of years.
11 I've become, like, this farmer. I live on the top of a mountain and I look out at the birds fighting over the bird table instead of guys fighting over a parking space. It's about as far from my old neighborhood as you can get. But you know what they say: you can take the kid out of the Lower East Side but you can't take the Lower East Side out of the kid.
12 Never thought about pursuing acting as a career. Back then we were mainly performing at block parties. It was a labor of love and it was a lot of fun. The best I thought I could do was maybe make a few extra bucks on the side. All I really wanted was to earn enough to buy myself a used car so I could drive out to Orchard Beach at the weekend. This whole thing is a complete fluke.
13 Leading men crash and burn. Character actors are around forever.
14 My all time favorite actor is Marlon Brando. I admired how effortless and how real he was in his performance in On the Waterfront (1954)." To me, he wasn't acting. He was living the role. And that's what I admire about good acting. It's real.


Pictures

All Luis Guzman pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2012 Vision Award NAMIC Vision Awards Best Performance - Comedy How to Make It in America (2010)
2009 Imagen Award Imagen Foundation Awards Best Actor/Feature Film Maldeamores (2007)
2003 Imagen Award Imagen Foundation Awards Best Supporting Actor - Film Punch-Drunk Love (2002)
2001 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture Traffic (2000) Steven Bauer

Benjamin Bratt

James Brolin

Don Cheadle

Erika Christensen

Clifton Collins Jr.

Benicio Del Toro

Michael Douglas

Miguel Ferrer

Albert Finney

Topher Grace

Amy Irving

Tomas Milian

D.W. Moffett

Dennis Quaid

Peter Riegert

Jacob Vargas

Catherine Zeta-Jones
2000 FFCC Award Florida Film Critics Circle Awards Best Ensemble Cast Magnolia (1999) Jeremy Blackman

Tom Cruise

Melinda Dillon

April Grace

Philip Baker Hall

Philip Seymour Hoffman

Ricky Jay

William H. Macy

Alfred Molina

Julianne Moore

John C. Reilly

Jason Robards

Melora Walters
1999 ACCA Awards Circuit Community Awards Best Cast Ensemble Magnolia (1999) Jeremy Blackman

Tom Cruise

Melinda Dillon

April Grace

Philip Baker Hall

Philip Seymour Hoffman

Ricky Jay

William H. Macy

Alfred Molina

Julianne Moore

John C. Reilly

Jason Robards

Melora Walters
1998 FFCC Award Florida Film Critics Circle Awards Best Ensemble Cast Boogie Nights (1997) Don Cheadle

Heather Graham

Philip Baker Hall

Philip Seymour Hoffman

Thomas Jane

Ricky Jay

William H. Macy

Alfred Molina

Julianne Moore

Nicole Ari Parker

John C. Reilly

Burt Reynolds

Robert Ridgely

Mark Wahlberg

Melora Walters

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015 Imagen Award Imagen Foundation Awards Best Supporting Actor - Feature Film Ana Maria in Novela Land (2015)
2009 ALMA Award ALMA Awards Actor in Film The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 (2009)
2000 Independent Spirit Award Independent Spirit Awards Best Supporting Male The Limey (1999)
2000 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Theatrical Motion Picture Magnolia (1999) Jeremy Blackman

Tom Cruise

Melinda Dillon

April Grace

Philip Baker Hall

Philip Seymour Hoffman

Ricky Jay

William H. Macy

Alfred Molina

Julianne Moore

John C. Reilly

Jason Robards

Melora Walters
1998 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast Boogie Nights (1997) Don Cheadle

Heather Graham

Philip Baker Hall

Philip Seymour Hoffman

Thomas Jane

Ricky Jay

William H. Macy

Alfred Molina

Julianne Moore

Nicole Ari Parker

John C. Reilly

Burt Reynolds

Robert Ridgely

Mark Wahlberg

Melora Walters


Filmography

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hold On 2017/I completed Pastor Rivera
Literally Right Before Aaron 2017 post-production
Bread and Games 2017 Short pre-production Martin
Nine Eleven 2017 completed Eddie
Aztec Warrior 2016 completed Aztec Warrior
The Duck 2016 Short post-production Leonard
Code Black 2015-2017 TV Series Jesse Sallander
Noches Con Platanito 2016 TV Series
Roadies 2016 TV Series Gooch
The Do-Over 2016 Jorge the Shooter Boy
Keanu 2016 Bacon
Narcos 2015 TV Series José Rodríguez Gacha
Puerto Ricans in Paris 2015 Luis
Ana Maria in Novela Land 2015 Licenciado Schmidt
Don Quixote: The Ingenious Gentleman of La Mancha 2015 Farmer (as Luis Guzman)
Mind Games 2014 TV Series Nate
Reclaim 2014 Superintendent
Top Five 2014 Bobby the Cop
Henry & Me 2014 Lefty Gomez (voice)
The Lookalike 2014 Vincent
In the Blood 2014/I Chief Ramón Garza
Two Men in Town 2014 Terence
We're the Millers 2013 Mexican Cop
Turbo 2013 Angelo (voice)
Republic of Doyle 2013 TV Series Charles Alomar
The Last Stand 2013 Mike Figuerola
Departure Date 2012 Short Frank
Counter Culture 2012 TV Movie Alonzo
IC Places Hollywood 2012 TV Series
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island 2012 Gabato
How to Make It in America 2010-2011 TV Series Rene Calderon
Community 2011 TV Series Luis Guzmán
Rise of the Damned 2011 Ramon
The Caller 2011 George
Arthur 2011/I Bitterman
Old Dogs 2009/I Nick - Child Proofer #2 (uncredited)
The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 2009 Phil Ramos
Fighting 2009 Martinez
Still Waiting... 2009 Video Raddimus (as Luis Guzman)
He's Just Not That Into You 2009 Javier (uncredited)
Yes Man 2008 Jumper (uncredited)
Nothing Like the Holidays 2008 Johnny
Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2008 Chucho (voice, as Luis Guzman)
Chicano Blood 2008 Video Mexican Mule 1
I Kicked Luis Guzman in the Face 2008 Short Luis
Cleaner 2007 Det. Jim Vargas
War 2007 Benny (as Luis Guzman)
John from Cincinnati 2007 TV Series Ramon Gaviota
Maldeamores 2007 Ismael (segment: "En la Urbanizacion")
Raines 2007 TV Series Charlie Lincoln
Lolo's Cafe 2006 TV Movie Lolo (voice)
Hard Luck 2006 Video Million Dollar Mendez
School for Scoundrels 2006 Sergeant Moorehead
Fast Food Nation 2006 Benny (as Luis Guzman)
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories 2006 Video Game Ricardo Diaz (voice, as Luis Guzman)
Disappearances 2006 Brother St. Hilaire (as Luis Guzman)
Waiting... 2005/I Raddimus
Carlito's Way: Rise to Power 2005 Video Nacho Reyes
Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story 2005 Balon
A Series of Unfortunate Events 2004 Bald Man (as Luis Guzman)
Luis 2003 TV Series Luis Cortez / Luis
Runaway Jury 2003 Jerry Hernandez (uncredited)
Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd 2003 Ray
Anger Management 2003 Lou (as Luis Guzman)
Confidence 2003 Manzano (as Luis Guzman)
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 2002 Video Game Ricardo Diaz (voice, as Luis Guzman)
Frasier 2002 TV Series George
The Adventures of Pluto Nash 2002 Felix Laranga
Welcome to Collinwood 2002 Cosimo
Punch-Drunk Love 2002 Lance
The Salton Sea 2002 Quincy
The Count of Monte Cristo 2002 Jacopo
Home Invaders 2001 Peligro
Sam the Man 2001 Murray (as Luis Guzman)
Double Whammy 2001 Juan Benitez
Table One 2000 Xavier
Traffic 2000 Ray Castro (as Luis Guzman)
Thin Air 2000 TV Movie Chollo
Luckytown 2000 Jimmy
Oz 1998-2000 TV Series Raoul 'El Cid' Hernandez
The Beat 2000 TV Series
The Huntress 2000 TV Series Paulie Dortmunder
Magnolia 1999 Luis (as Luis Guzman)
The Bone Collector 1999 Eddie Ortiz (as Luis Guzman)
The Limey 1999 Eduardo Roel (as Luis Guzman)
Mind Prey 1999 TV Movie Det. Black
Trinity 1998 TV Series
One Tough Cop 1998 Gunman Popi
Snake Eyes 1998 Cyrus (as Luis Guzman)
Out of Sight 1998 Chino (as Luis Guzman)
Michael Hayes 1998 TV Series Santos
Early Edition 1998 TV Series John Hernandez
King of New York 1998 TV Movie
Boogie Nights 1997 Maurice TT Rodriguez (as Luis Guzman)
Pronto 1997 TV Movie Buck Torres (as Luis Guzman)
The Brave 1997 Luis
On Seventh Avenue 1996 TV Movie Eddie Diaz
New York Undercover 1995-1996 TV Series Joaquin / Det. Lopez
The Substitute 1996 Rem
Stonewall 1995 Vito (as Luiz Guzman)
Lotto Land 1995 Ricki
House of Buggin' 1995 TV Series
El vagabundo con suerte 1994 Luis
Hand Gun 1994 Jacks Man Rick
The Burning Season: The Chico Mendes Story 1994 TV Movie Estate Boss
The Cowboy Way 1994 Chango
SeaQuest 2032 1994 TV Series General Guzmano
NYPD Blue 1993 TV Series Hector Martinez
Carlito's Way 1993 Pachanga (as Luis Guzman)
Naked in New York 1993 Auditioner
Mr. Wonderful 1993 Juice
Walker, Texas Ranger 1993 TV Series Gomez
Double Deception 1993 TV Movie Ronald Sharkey
Guilty as Sin 1993 Lt. Bernard Martinez
Homicide: Life on the Street 1993 TV Series Lorenzo 'Larry' Molera
Innocent Blood 1992 Morales
Empire City 1992 TV Movie
In the Shadow of a Killer 1992 TV Movie Louis Velazquez
Quiet Killer 1992 TV Movie Adelaido (as Luis Guzman)
Civil Wars 1992 TV Series Hector Rodriguez
To Catch a Killer 1992 TV Movie Waiter (uncredited)
Law & Order 1991 TV Series Cesar Pescador
Jumpin' at the Boneyard 1991 Taxi Driver
McBain 1991 Papo (as Luis Guzman)
The Hard Way 1991 Pooley (as Luis Guzman)
Monsters 1991 TV Series Luis
Hunter 1990 TV Series Carlos Delgado
Q & A 1990 Det. Luis Valentin (as Luis Guzman)
Family Business 1989 Torres (as Luis Guzman)
Black Rain 1989 Frankie (as Luis Guzman)
Rooftops 1989 Martinez
True Believer 1989 Ortega (as Luis Guzman)
Crocodile Dundee II 1988 Jose (as Luis Guzman)
*batteries not included 1987 Bystander (uncredited)
Heartbeat 1987 Video Gang Member #2
No Picnic 1986 Arroyo
Seven Women, Seven Sins 1986 Lotto Man (segment "Greed")
Miami Vice 1985-1986 TV Series Goon #1 / Miguel Revilla
The Equalizer 1985 TV Series Gypsy Cabbie
Variety 1983 Jose
Short Eyes 1977 as Luis Guzman

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Aztec Warrior 2016 executive producer - as Luis Guzman completed
Puerto Ricans in Paris 2015 executive producer
The NIMBY Experience 2013 TV Series documentary producer

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Starz Inside: The Face Is Familiar 2009 TV Movie documentary special thanks
My Buddy Jack 2003 Video documentary short special thanks
Skull Session: The Making of 'Anger Management' 2003 Video documentary short special thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Home & Family 2016 TV Series Himself
Being ñ 2015 Documentary short Luis Guzmn
Entertainment Tonight 2015 TV Series Himself
Extra 2015 TV Series Himself
The Doctors 2015 TV Series Himself
The Talk 2015 TV Series Himself
Spokesbattle 2014 TV Movie Himself
Stories from the Road: The Making of 'We're the Millers' 2013 Video documentary short Himself
Xfinity Latino Entertainment Weekly 2012 TV Series Himself (2016)
Janela Indiscreta 2012 TV Series Himself
Made in Hollywood 2012 TV Series Himself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2008-2011 TV Series Himself
Celebrity Habla 2 2010 TV Movie documentary Himself
El Vacilon 2009 TV Series Himself
WWE Raw 2009 TV Series Himself
Starz Inside: The Face Is Familiar 2009 TV Movie documentary Himself
I Love the New Millennium 2008 TV Mini-Series Himself
Free Radio 2008 TV Series Himself
That Little Extra 2007 Video documentary short Raddimus
The Manufacturing of 'Fast Food Nation' 2007 Video documentary Himself
Mega Especiales: John Leguizamo 2006 TV Movie documentary Himself
I Love the '70s: Volume 2 2006 TV Series Himself
I Love Toys 2006 TV Series documentary Himself
I Love the Holidays 2005 TV Special documentary Himself
I Love the 80's 3-D 2005 TV Series documentary Himself
The Drop 2005 TV Series Himself
Dinner for Five 2004-2005 TV Series Himself
I Love the '90s: Part Deux 2005 TV Series documentary Himself
A Terrible Tragedy: Alarming Evidence from the Making of the Film - Costumes and Other Suspicious Disguises 2004 Documentary short Himself - In Costume Test Footage (uncredited)
I Love the '90s 2004 TV Series documentary Himself
Exploring the Scene: Hackman & Hoffman Together 2004 Video documentary short Himself
The Ensemble: Acting 2004 Video short Himself
La otra orilla 2003 Documentary
The Commies 2003 TV Special documentary Himself - Presenter
I Love the '80s Strikes Back 2003 TV Series documentary Himself
The Wayne Brady Show 2003 TV Series Himself
My Buddy Jack 2003 Video documentary short Himself
Skull Session: The Making of 'Anger Management' 2003 Video documentary short Himself
I Love the '70s 2003 TV Series documentary Himself
Charlie Rose 2003 TV Series Himself - Guest
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 2003 TV Series Himself
Welcome to Collinwood: Uncensored 2003 Video short Himself
Weakest Link 2001 TV Series Himself
Inside Traffic: The Making of 'Traffic' 2000 TV Short documentary Himself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Entertainment Tonight 2015-2016 TV Series Himself
Ok! TV 2015 TV Series Himself
Extra 2015 TV Series Himself
Chelsea Lately 2013 TV Series Mike Figuerola in 'The Last Stand'
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