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Biography
He is best known for playing Timo Cruz in the sports drama directed by Thomas Carter’s Coach Carter’ of 2005 and the role of Primo in the criminal action movie ‘Dhoom’ 2003. Rick also known by the TV series ‘Reaper’ and in such films as the horror film ‘Pulse’, Comedy of ‘Old-school’ and musyk drama ‘the Skaters’.
American actor Rick Gonzalez was born on 30 June 1979 year in New York. Blood Rick blood of Puerto Ricans and Dominicans.
His parents met and married in new York city. They lived in Brooklyn, near Bushwick, where he was brought up Gonzales. Here Rick graduated from elementary school and high school. As a child, he delighted their loved ones for its improvisational shows and participated in all school productions. The experience Gonzalez used for admission to the School of performing arts, from which he graduated in 1997, and he started to develop his acting career.
Starting in new York, Rick had a small role of Sanchez in the television film 1998 ‘Thicker than blood’, the highlight of which was Mickey Rourke and Dan Futterman. In 1999, the American actor made his debut on the big screen in the role of Ricky in dramedy ‘Cafe Mambo’, released in 2000. After participating in the action adventure ‘Prince of Central Park’ with Kathleen Turner and Danny Aiello, the actor moved to Los Angeles, California.
In Hollywood Gonzales grabbed a small role in the adventure Comedy 2001 ‘Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles’ with Paul Hogan. Following this, he played the role of Rudy Bonilla in the sports biopic 2002, ‘the Rookie’ with Dennis Quaid and played freak sex Primo in Moto-Western 2003 ‘Bikers’ about the life of black bikers.
Continuing to remain active in the cinema world, Gonzalez earned the role of Timo Cruz in the movie of 2005 ‘Coach Carter’ with Samuel l Jackson. In the basis of sporting drama lay the real events of 1999, in which the coach of the school basketball team banned Newspeak students to go to the site until they corrected their estimates. In addition to the film, Rick starred in the music video American rapper Twist on the song ‘Hope’, which became the lead single among the soundtracks of the picture. Also the actor played the lead male role in the video, the rhythm-and-Blues singers Mashonda for the song ‘Back of Tha Club’ and appeared in the video ‘Snitch’ American rapper of Obi Trice, where he presented the image of one of the members of the group, successfully robbed the Bank, who was to take his accomplices. Finally, Gonzalez took part in the filming of the clip of the rapper Red Café for the song ‘All Night Long’, which was also the soundtrack to the film ‘Coach Carter’.
Among a sufficient number of his films particularly worth mentioning is the Comedy ‘Old-school’ 2003, where Rick worked on one platform with Luke Wilson, Will Ferrell and Vince Vaughn, playing the ‘Spaniard’. Gonzalez also joined the ensemble cast of music drama ‘Laurel Canyon’ and in the image of a young Vincent appeared in the short film of 2004 ‘Subway Café’.
In 2005, Rick had the opportunity to work with Director Steven Spielberg in the acclaimed fantastic action movie ‘war of the worlds’ with Tom cruise and Dakota Fanning. In the same year, Gonzalez played in the film by Malcolm D. Lee’s ‘the Roller’ and in 2006 was invited to the role of stone in the horror film ‘Pulse’ and Andy Lopez Thriller ‘the first snow’. In 2007, the actor in the face Wilson DeLeon Jr. appeared in the crime Thriller Frank Flight ‘Illegal sentence’ and in the role of Pat Smira starred in the autobiographical movie ‘what we do is secret’ about the punk band ‘The Germs’.
Last acting work of Gonzalez – the role of Benjamin in the drama of 2010 ‘Flying Lessons’.

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