Luis Guzmán is an actor from Puerto Rico. He has appeared in numerous films and television programs during the course of his forty-year career. The movies Out of Sight, The Limey, and Traffic all starred Guzmán. For his work in The Limey, he received a nomination for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male.
Luis’ career as an actor began with a little part as a prisoner in the 1977 movie “Short Eyes,” which was adapted from the play by Miguel Piero of the same name. He didn’t receive a project until 1983, when he played the somewhat well-known character of “Jose” in the television show “Variety.”
Luis made his television debut two years later in a cameo role in the CBS crime drama “The Equalizer.” He made an appearance in two episodes of the crime thriller “Miami Vice” that same year.
Yoruba Briggs-Guzman, Yemaya Briggs-Guzman, Luna Guzman, Jace O’Flynn Guzman, and Margarita Briggs-Guzman are the six children Luis and Angelita Galarza-Guzman have together. He resides in Vermont’s Sutton.
Luis Guzman net worth
Luis Guzman has an estimated net worth of $15 million. The Puerto Rican actor is the owner of a sizable number of properties. He and his family reside in a house in Vermont. He owns a home in Texas as well.