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December 1, 1973 |
El Paso, Texas, U.S.
|Occupation||Stand-up comedian, actor and voice artist|
Lombardo Boyar (born December 1, 1973) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, voice artist, and comedian. On The Bernie Mac Show, he had a recurring role as Chuy.
Boyar was born and raised in El Paso, Texas.
Some of Boyar's notable performances include a brief part as convenience-store robber Ramon Garcia on Fox's 24 and a starring role as burglar Eddie Tesoro in P.S. Your Cat Is Dead. Anglophone cable-TV audiences may also be familiar with Boyar's voice work as Lawrence "Lars" Rodriguez in Klasky-Csupo's Rocket Power cartoons and with his live-action performance as Sergio del Rio on Steven Bochco's Over There. He has also guested on a semi regular basis as Chuy on The Bernie Mac Show. Fluent in English and Spanish with a very adaptable voice, Boyar has also provided voice-over work for commercials.
Boyar had a voice acting role in the 2008 Turok video game as Gonzales.
- Tear It Down (1997)
- 17 and Under (1998)
- Gia (1998)
- Blink of an Eye (1999)
- Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)
- Brother (2000)
- Scenes of the Crime (2001)
- P.S. Your Cat Is Dead (2002)
- S1m0ne (2002)
- Never Get Outta the Boat (2002)
- Happy Feet (2006)
- Next Day Air (2009)
- Group Sex (2010)
- Happy Feet Two (2011)
- Least Among Saints (2012)
- Big Ass Spider! (2013) as Jose Ramos
- Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) as Terry
- Tales of Halloween (2015)
- Bad Santa 2 (2016) as Valet Parker
- Coco (2017) as Mariachi and Gustavo
- Frasier (1998)
- Edtv (1999)
- The X-Files (2000)
- Six Feet Under (2002)
- The Bernie Mac Show (2001 - 2006)
- Modern Family (2010, "Starry Night")
- The Joe Schmo Show: The Full Bounty (2013)
- Jessie: Creepy Connie 3: The Creepening (2014)
- Murder in the First (TV series) (2014-2016) as Inspector Edgar Navarro, a SFPD homicide inspector
- Turok (2008)
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