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Carlos Guerrero

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Carlos Guerrero was born and raised in Miami, Florida the second of six children of Daisy and Cuban Actor/Poet Jorge Raul Guerrero. Carlos' first appearance both on stage and on camera were in the arms of his father as a small child. Growing up around the people in the business gave Carlos his comfort zone. After a big deception on a shady film project Carlos put his talent to rest and tried a life without acting. On July 4th 2003, after a false alarm angiography that put everything back into perspective and made him realize that the gift of life is only one and temporary, Carlos immediately jumped back onto the stage and has since played a wide range of diverse dramatic and comedic roles on theatre, television, and films. Speaking fluent English and Spanish has allowed him to work on both the American and Hispanic markets. His Theatre credits include Terrance Mcnally's "Bad Habits, "Six Degrees of Separation", "Desert Storm" and many others. Carlos also trained and performed as a troupe member of Elena Garcia's "Quien Sigue a Quien" (a Spanish version of "Who's Line Is It Anyway") and toured the country with an improvisational live-simulation gig for Price Waterhouse Coopers. Some of Carlos' most recent television credits include 20th Century Fox's "Prison Break", Detective Morales on Univision's "Mi Adorada Malena", and has played roles on Spanish soap operas such as Univision's "Tu Eres Mi Vida", "Olvidarte Jamas", and Telemundo's "Prisionera". Carlos' film credits include "Natale A Miami" (Christmas In Miami)(#1 in box office sales for 4 months in Italy) and has played Leading, Supporting, and Principal roles on more than 20 Indie films. Carlos has also had leading and principal roles on commercials for major brands like McDonald's, State Farm, Florida Citrus, Vytorin, DHL Worldwide, Disney, Bellsouth, Verizon Wireless, Advanced Auto Parts, Nascar, Sam's Club, Master Card, TJ Maxx, Publix Supermarkets, and many others. Carlos is a proud member of SAG (Screen Actor's Guild). Now on his greatest endeavor of all Carlos has laid it all on the line to produce "Promises" a film he wrote and stars in playing a self made millionaire who ends up homeless. Carlos endured an eight month transformation for this role since make-up was unacceptable. Although he conducted his first studies at the Coconut Grove Actor's Conservatory, and lots of other training, his best learning came from the teachings, advice, and experiences of his father and best friend who taught him that "to be happy in life you must do what you love". Carlos is now passing this on to his four children and has had the privilege of working on several projects with his son Carlos Guerrero Jr. and daughter Nina Guerrero who have both also inherited a love for acting and have created the third generation of professional "Guerrero" actors.
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