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General Howard Alvero

'Elementary' Give Me the Finger  (2018)

Directed by: Jonny Lee Miller
Cinematography by: Ron Fortunato
Edited by: Gerald Valdez

Father Arguello

'Castle' What Lies Beneath  (2015)

| USA
Directed by: Larry Shaw
Cinematography by: Bill Roe

Father Ortega

'Jane the Virgin' Chapter Four  (2014)

| USA
Directed by: Debbie Allen
Cinematography by: Lowell Peterson
Edited by: Eric Lea

President Velverde

'Blue Bloods' Scorched Earth  (2012)

| USA
Directed by: Peter Werner
Cinematography by: Craig DiBona

Armando Rosas

'Body of Proof' Helping Hand  (2011)

| USA
Directed by: John Terlesky
Cinematography by: Patrick Cady
Edited by: Jennifer Barbot

Alejandro Perez, Director

'Desperate Housewives' Witch's Lament  (2011)

| USA
Directed by: Tony Plana
Cinematography by: David J. Miller
Edited by: Andrew Doerfer

The Emcee

The Lost City  (2005)

| USA
Directed by: Andy Garcia
Cinematography by: Emmanuel Kadosh

The Narrator

Cuban Blood  (2003)

| Germany, Dominican Republic, USA
Directed by: Juan Gerard
Cinematography by: Kramer Morgenthau
Edited by: Duncan Burns

Elindio Zapata

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation  (2000)

| USA, Canada

Martinez

Primal Fear  (1996)

| USA
Directed by: Gregory Hoblit
Cinematography by: Michael Chapman
Edited by: David Rosenbloom

Ray

Lone Star  (1996)

| USA
Directed by: John Sayles
Cinematography by: Stuart Dryburgh
Edited by: John Sayles

Al-red

Live Wire  (1992)

| USA
Directed by: Christian Duguay
Cinematography by: Jeffrey Jur

Beniamino

One Good Cop  (1991)

| USA
Directed by: Heywood Gould
Cinematography by: Ralf D. Bode
Edited by: Richard Marks

Goro Maki

Godzilla 1985  (1984)

| Japan
Cinematography by: Kazutami Hara

Carlos The Bus Boy

El Norte  (1983)

| UK, USA
Directed by: Gregory Nava
Cinematography by: James Glennon

Emiliano Della Serra

An Officer and a Gentleman  (1982)

| USA
Directed by: Taylor Hackford
Cinematography by: Donald E. Thorin
Edited by: Peter Zinner

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