Steven Michael Quezada
Steven Michael Quezada
|Born||February 15, 1963 (age 56)|
|Alma mater||Eastern New Mexico University|
|Occupation||Actor, comedian, producer, writer, school board member, county commissioner|
Cherise Desiree Quezada (m. 2007)
Steven Michael Quezada (born February 15, 1963) is an American actor and politician. He played Drug Enforcement Administration agent Steven Gomez in the AMC series Breaking Bad from 2008 to 2013.
Quezada was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He graduated from West Mesa High School in 1981. After graduating from high school, Quezada attended Eastern New Mexico University where he studied Theatre Arts.
Quezada played DEA Agent Steven Gomez in Breaking Bad from 2008 to 2013. He has appeared in films such as First Snow (2006), Beerfest (2006), and Kites (2010). He hosted the talk show The After After Party in Albuquerque from 2010 to 2012. Quezada portrays a priest presiding over a roadside funeral in country singer Eric Church's music video for the single Give Me Back My Hometown (2014). He currently performs stand-up comedy for Carnival Cruise Lines.
On February 4, 2013, he was elected to the Albuquerque school board; He ran unopposed for the District 2 seat on the city's west side. In 2016, Quezada ran for and won the Democratic nomination for New Mexico's Bernalillo County Commission District 2. In a three way race, Quezada won with 36 percent of the vote. He defeated Republican Patricia Paiz in the general election.
|2005||Three Wise Guys||Rental Agent||Television film|
|2006||First Snow||Mechanic Enrique|
|2010||Love Ranch||First Drunk|
|2011||Surreal Estate||Bearded Man|
|2012||Powder Pigs||Mr. Valdez|
|2013||The Rambler||Guard #2|
|2015||Spare Parts||Military Clerk|
|2015||La Vida Robot||Salgado|
|2015||The Condemned 2||Raul Baccaro|
|2016||The last transmission||Val||Short|
|2016||Outlaws and Angels||Alonzo|
|2006||Wildfire||Ernie Kent||Episode: "Fear"|
|2008||In Plain Sight||Luis Cruz||Episode: "Hoosier Daddy"|
|2008–2013||Breaking Bad||D.E.A. Agent Steven Gomez||33 episodes|
|2009||Crash||Councilman Rizzario||Episode: "You Set the Scene"|
|2010–2012||The After After Party||Himself||Writer, host, editor, executive producer|
|2015||Documentary Now!||El Chingon||Episode: "DRONEZ: The Hunt for El Chingon"|
|2015||Almost American||Jesus Quezman||Episode: "Teacher's Choice"|
|2015||Foreseeable||Gabriel Flores||TV Movie|
|2014||Eric Church||"Give Me Back My Hometown"||Priest at roadside funeral|
- "Steven Michael Quezada". The New York Times.
- Collins, Sean T. (September 6, 2013). "Breaking Bad Q&A: Partner Up with Steven Michael Quezada's Gomez". Rolling Stone.
- Journal Staff (January 26, 2013). "Candidate Q & A – APS District 5". Albuquerque Journal. NM.
- "Albuquerque Public Schools Biography of Steven Michael Quezada". Albuquerque Public Schools. Albuquerque Public Schools.
- Hansen, Dave J. (19 January 2014). "Video Breakdown: Eric Church's 'Give Me Back My Hometown'". Don't Pop The Music. Archived from the original on 22 February 2014. Retrieved 12 February 2014. Cite uses deprecated parameter
- "Breaking Bad Actor Wins School Board Seat in NM". The Boston Globe. The New York Times Company. February 5, 2013.
- "APS District 2 Map". aps.edu. Albuquerque Public Schools. Retrieved January 30, 2018.
- CONTRERAS, RUSSELL. "'Breaking Bad' actor Quezada wins Democratic primary race". The Washington Times. Retrieved 9 June 2016.
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