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Guillermo Diaz became a household name after starring as Scarface in the cult classic film “Half Baked” in 1998, opposite Dave Chappelle and Jim Breuer. He also starred in other indie hits including “Party Girl,” Nigel Finch’s acclaimed “Stonewall,” “200 Cigarettes,” with Christina Ricci, and “High School High.” Diaz has added many roles to his impressive film credits, including the role of Kid in “Chelsea Walls,” directed by Ethan Hawke, and the studio feature “The Terminal” for renowned filmmaker Steven Spielberg.
In addition to his feature film credits, Diaz is well-known for his many seasons as Guillermo on Showtime’s award-winning series “Weeds,” and for his comedic performances on “Chappelle’s Show” for Comedy Central. More recently he has been a series regular on the NBC drama “Mercy,” and had a recurring role on the ABC’s “No Ordinary Family” as Detective Frank Cordero. In 2010 Diaz played Poh Boy in Warner Bros.’ action comedy, “Cop Out,” opposite Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan.
Diaz currently resides in Los Angeles.
HOMETOWN New York, NY
BIRTHDATE March 22