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|Birthdate:||May 14, 1974|
|Birthplace:||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
Biography and career Edit
Keram Malicki-Sanchez was born in Toronto, Canada to a Polish father and Ecuadorian mother. He is quadrilingual, speaking English, French, Polish, and Spanish. Malicki studied ecclesiastical and classical choral music at St. Michael's Choir School in Toronto.
Malicki debuted in television when he was 10 years old in the show Hangin' In. After that, he has appeared in other series like Amerika, Street Legal, Friday the 13th, War of the Worlds and The L Word (both with Mia Kirshner), Nancy Drew, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, ER (with Paul McCrane), The Guardian (with Jude Ciccolella and Gina Torres), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (with Jose Zuniga), Without a Trace (with Marc Casabani), and Saving Grace (with Chris Mulkey).
Keram has also appeared in several films. In 1998, he had a role as a skinhead neo-Nazi in the film American History X. Other films in which he has appeared are No Contest (with Douglas O'Keeffe), Late Last Night (with John Hawkes), Boulevard (with Lou Diamond Phillips), Drive Me Crazy (with Lourdes Benedicto), Crazy/Beautiful (with Lucinda Jenney), Little Black Book, Sex and Death 101 (with Ryan Cutrona), and Punisher: War Zone (with Cas Anvar). He has also worked with Carlo Rota on three films: TekWar: TekLab, Global Heresy, and Cake.
Malicki is also a prominent musician. In 2008, he released his first album titled Box.
24 credits Edit
Selected filmography Edit
- Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013)
- Punisher: War Zone (2008)
- Cake (2005)
- John Q (2002)
- Drive Me Crazy (1999)
- American History X (1998)
- No Contest (1995)
- Eleni (1985)
- True Blood (2012)
- The L Word (2006)
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2004)
- ER (1999)
- Catwalk (1992-1993)