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Gino Montesinos (born January 15, 1977; age 39) is an actor who portrayed the thug Eduardo in Season 3 of 24.

Biography and career Edit

Gino Montesinos was born in Queens, New York. He started his career as a youth in the theater and has starred in stages like The Pasadena Playhouse, The Mark Taper Forum, Lincoln Center, the New York Shakespeare Festival and The American Repertory Theatre. He has also starred in major theatrical productions in Italy, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico working in Italian and Spanish.

Montesinos first film role came in 1995, when he appeared in Kilian's Chronicle: The Magic Stone. After that, he has appeared in films like Living Out Loud (with Jenette Goldstein), Bruce Almighty (with Mark Kiely), Devil's Knight (with Jaime Gomez), Collateral (with Wade Williams), Cellular (with Richard Burgi), Splinter (with Tom Sizemore and Noel Guglielmi), Rocker, and The Perfect Game.

Aside of films, Montesinos has also appeared in shows like NYPD Blue (with Conor O'Farrell), ER (with Paul McCrane), Numb3rs (with Navi Rawat, Peter MacNicol, and Lou Diamond Phillips), Raising the Bar (with Currie Graham and Michael Gaston), and K-Ville (with Kathryn Gordon).

Montesinos speaks four languages fluently and is accomplished in several Spanish and Latin dance styles.

24 creditsEdit

Selected filmography Edit

  • The Perfect Game (2009)
  • The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (2004)
  • Collateral (2004)
  • Bruce Almighty (2003)

Television appearances

  • Adopted (2013)
  • NCIS: Los Angeles (2011)
  • Raising the Bar (2009)
  • CSI: NY (2006)
  • The Young and the Restless (2004)
  • Malcolm in the Middle (2004)
  • The Bernie Mac Show (2004)
  • Alias (2003)
  • ER (2001)
  • NYPD Blue (1996)

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