Film professional who became known for his function in the 2001 film Crazy/Beautiful. He performed Paxton in Hostel and Jake in Quarantine and was ensemble as Un Diablo in the 2016 film Suicide Squad. He was uncovered by talent supervisor Howard Tyner within an elevator in LA. He had a job over the short-lived tv program Six Levels from 2006 to 2007. His parents are Isis and Javier Hernandez Sr. He wedded Daniella Deutscher in 2006. He previously a supporting function in the 2010 film Takers, alongside Idris Elba.
Full Name Jay Hernandez
Date Of Birth February 20, 1978
Place Of Birth Montebello, CA
Height 1.74 m
Profession Movie Actor
Education Schurr High School, Don Bosco Technical Institute
Spouse Daniella Deutscher
Parents Javier Hernandez, Sr., Isis Hernandez
Siblings Amelia Hernandez, Michael Hernandez, Gabriel Hernandez
Nominations ALMA Award for Favorite Movie Actor, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Scream Scene
Movies Suicide Squad, Hostel, Crazy/Beautiful, Bad Moms, Takers, Quarantine, Hostel: Part II, Friday Night Lights, The Rookie, World Trade Center, Nothing like the Holidays, LOL, Lakeview Terrace, Carlito's Way: Rise to Power, Ladder 49, Torque, Joy Ride, Grindhouse, Max, Living the Life, A Bad Mom's Christmas, Nomad, Karas: The Prophecy, Freedom Writers, Live!, Karas: The Revelation, American Son, The Night Is Young, Gimme Shelter, Body Politic
TV Shows Gang Related, Six Degrees, One World, Hang Time, The Expanse, Body Politic
Star Sign Pisces
Was in the same Math Class with Skateboarder, Actor Frank Miranda at Don Bosco Technical Institute.
Carlito's Way: Rise to Power - Making of Documentary
Video documentary short
The Sharon Osbourne Show
2002 ALMA Awards
Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film
Award shared with
Fangoria Chainsaw Awards
Dude You Don't Wanna Mess With (Best Hero)
Fangoria Chainsaw Awards
Line That Killed (Best One-Liner)
Teen Choice Award
Teen Choice Awards
Movie - Choice Scream
Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture
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When I first started, there was nothing. There were no Latin roles, and that's the only thing that they'll see you as unless you can convince them otherwise.
"It was cool to be around that many Latinos, because when I'm on set it's usually white or whatever. It's no big deal, but to be around Mexicans and Latins, it's a little bit closer to family, more camaraderie. It's a different feeling, and it was cool to see that, and to realize that there actually is a part of Hollywood that is Latin" - referring to the set of American Family (2002).
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