Huck on ABC's "Scandal"
Guillermo Diaz is an accomplished actor who has transitioned seamlessly from television to film and from comedy to drama.
Diaz can currently be seen on Shonda Rhimes' hit ABC drama "Scandal" as Huck, a former CIA assassin who gives up his deadly ways to join Olivia Pope & Associates and erase the problems of Washington DC's elite.
On the big screen Diaz first rose to acclaim in 1998 after starring as Scarface in the cult classic film, "Half Baked," opposite Dave Chappelle and Jim Breuer. Additional film credits include Ethan Hawke's "Chelsea Walls," Stephen Spielberg's "The Terminal," "Cop Out," "Party Girl," "Stonewall," "200 Cigarettes" and "High School High."
No stranger to television, Diaz starred on the Emmy-nominated Showtime hit "Weeds," as Guillermo. He also starred on the NBC drama "Mercy" and has appeared on Comedy Central's "Chappelle's Show."
Diaz currently resides in Los Angeles.
HOMETOWN New York City, NY
BIRTHDATE March 22
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