Edward James Olmos
Olmos's big acting break arrived in 1978, when he won a starring role in the musical "Zoot Suit," for which he received critical acclaim and a Tony nomination. In 1984, Olmos signed on as Lt. Martin Castillo in the hit NBC series "Miami Vice," a role that lasted five years and led to stardom and an Emmy Award.
In 1988, Olmos received an Oscar nomination for his performance in Stand and Deliver. The actor also delivered notable performances in American Me; My Family, Mi Familia; the TV movie The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez; and the PBS series "American Family."
Two special agents -- one Naval intelligence, one DEA -- partner for an undercover sting against a drug cartel that takes a serious wrong turn. Disavowed by their agencies, the pair goes on the run while trying to find out who set them up.
- Blade Runner: The Final Cut
- Blade Runner: Theatrical & Director's Cut
- Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
- Yankee Doodle Dandy
- Crucible of Empire: Spanish-American War
- Stand and Deliver
- Battlestar Galactica: The Plan
- The Green Hornet
- Battlestar Galactica: Razor
- Battlestar Galactica
- Battlestar Galactica: The Story So Far
- Zoot Suit
- My Family
- Go for Sisters
- American Me
- The Road to El Dorado
- Filly Brown
- Miami Vice
- Dead Man's Walk
- Mystic Lands
- Hollywood Confidential
- The Wall
- Hispanic Hollywood: Then & Now
- American Family
- Discovery Atlas: The Complete Series
- Chicano Rock!
- American Experience: A Class Apart
- I'm Still Here