Jorge Garcia is a well-known and promising American Actor
Jorge Garcia was born on April 28 1973 in Omaha, Nebraska. Jorge Garcia Personal Details Jorge Garcia has a Chilean father and Cuban mother. Jorge Garcia grew up in Southern California and went to San Clemente High School for his studies. Jorge Garcia was a brilliant student. Later Jorge Garcia was selected as "Triton of the Year" which was the highest award given to a graduating senior. Jorge Garcia was in the wrestling team in hisschool , where he got one nickname, i.e., Baby Face Assassin. After his graduation, Jorge Garcia attended UCLA, where Jorge Garcia studied communications. After college, Jorge Garcia joined the Beverly Hills Playhouse. Jorge Garcia is the owner of a dachshund-Chihuahua mix named Nunu.
After being a part of a lecture by Dustin Hoffman Jorge where Jorge Garcia was guest lecturer, Jorge Garcia started taking seriously acting as a profession. Hoffman described a story about Sir Laurence Olivier with the thorough narration of acting bug with the feeling of “Look at me, look at me, look at me!” Jorge Garcia was extremely influenced and gave a harder try in the field of both the acting and stand-up comedy. After completing his degree, he went to Beverly Hills Playhouse for training.
Jorge Garcia acted for the first time when he got the role of Monty in a film “Raven's Ridge “during the year 1997. The film also starred Dawn Howard and William Kendall. In 1999, Jorge Garcia acted the role of Jay in the thriller “Tomorrow by Midnight” which was directed and written by Rolfe Kanefsky. Jorge Garcia got a small role in 2000, in the movie “King of the Open Mic's,” as Meatloag. Jorge Garcia took part as Cabbie in an episode of ABC's “Spin City” in 2001. Jorge Garcia appeared as Julius in the Peter Falk vehicle “Colombo: Colombo Likes the Nightlife” (2003).
Jorge Garcia then performed in CBS sitcom “Becker,” where he appeared as Hector Lopez for thirteen episodes during the period of 2003 to 2004. Jorge Garcia's performance as a drug dealer in the year 2004 for the episode of HBO's “Curb Your Enthusiasm” had made him one of the most challenging and noticeable young talent from ABC producers. Jorge Garcia was offered a supporting role in the John White sell-directed “Deck the Halls” in 2006. It was a Christmas comedy starring Matthew Broderick, Danny DeVito and Kristin Davis. In the year 2007, Jorge Garcia signed on to the Wayne Reynolds comedy “Sweetzer.
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