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Wilmer Valderrama
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Valderrama at the 2012 VidCon
Wilmer Eduardo Valderrama

(1980-01-30) January 30, 1980 (age 43)[1]
Miami, Florida, U.S.
  • Actor
  • producer
  • television personality
Years active1998–present

Wilmer Eduardo Valderrama (/ˌvɑːldəˈrɑːmə/ VAHL-də-RAH-mə; born January 30, 1980)[2][3] is an American actor, producer, and television personality. He is known for his role as Fez in the sitcom That '70s Show (1998–2006), Agustín Madrigal in Encanto, and as Carlos Madrigal in From Dusk till Dawn: The Series (2014–2016). He was also host of the MTV series Yo Momma (2006–07), the voice of Manny from the Playhouse Disney/Disney Junior animated series Handy Manny (2006–2013) and has had recurring roles on Grey's Anatomy as well as The Ranch (both in 2016). He is currently part of the main cast of NCIS, portraying Special Agent Nick Torres.

Valderrama has further performed in several prominent feature films, including Party Monster (2003), Beauty Shop (2005), Fast Food Nation (2006), Unaccompanied Minors (2006), Larry Crowne (2011), and The Adderall Diaries (2015). He voiced the character of Prince Philippe Charming in the family animated film Charming (2018).[4]

In addition to his acting career, Valderrama tours extensively as Global Ambassador for the United Service Organizations (USO),[5][6] works with the voting rights organization Voto Latino,[7][8] and co-founded the non-profit Harness.[9]

Early life[edit]

Valderrama was born in 1980 in Miami, Florida,[10][11] to Balbino A. and Sobeida Valderrama. His father is Venezuelan and his mother is Colombian.[12][13]


Television and film career[edit]

Valderrama got his start performing in numerous plays, including A Midsummer Night's Dream and Rumors. He made his professional debut in a Spanish-language Pacific Bell commercial. At his drama teacher's suggestion, he got an agent and was cast in the CBS miniseries Four Corners and in Omba Mokomba on the Disney Channel. He made his big-screen debut in the film Summer Catch.

Valderrama played Fez on That '70s Show from 1998 to 2006; he was a senior in high school when the pilot episode was filmed. He played DJ Keoki in the 2003 film Party Monster. He produced and hosted the MTV series Yo Momma from 2006 to 2007, and appeared three times on Punk'd, hosted by fellow That '70s Show alumnus Ashton Kutcher.

In April and May 2003, Valderrama appeared in the Los Angeles Times critic's choice play Blackout, an adaptation of the feature film Drunks,[14] and on April 4, 2004, starred in the Actors' Fund of America one-performance only reading of Sunset Boulevard.[15] He filmed the short film La torcedura in which he played the lead, and appeared in The Darwin Awards, an independent film directed by Finn Taylor.

In animation work, Valderrama voiced Rodrigo in Clifford's Really Big Movie. He also voices the main character, Manny, in Disney Channel's Handy Manny series for preschoolers.[16] He had a starring role in El Muerto, an indie film directed by Brian Cox and based on the comic book created by Javier Hernandez. In January 2007, Valderrama launched his own men's fashion label called "Calavena".[17] His production company is WV Entertainment.[18]

In 2010, Valderrama guest-starred on Disney Channel's series Wizards of Waverly Place playing the role of Theresa Russo's brother, Ernesto. In 2011, he appeared in three episodes of USA Network's Royal Pains as Eric Kassabian, an art dealer. In 2012, Valderrama co-hosted Premios Juventud as a superhero on July 19, 2012. In August 2012, he appeared in house music group Nomads' music video of "Addicted to Love".[19]

On September 27, 2013, Valderrama won an ALMA Award for Outstanding Social Activism.[20] By late November 2013, Valderrama had joined the cast of From Dusk till Dawn: The Series.[21]

On June 16, 2016, Valderrama joined NCIS in its fourteenth season. He is a series regular as NCIS Special Agent Nicholas Torres.[22] This led to crossover appearances on spin-offs NCIS: New Orleans and NCIS: Hawaiʻi.[23]

Wilmer also voiced Gaxton in the 2020 Disney/Pixar animated feature film, Onward. In 2021 he lent his voice to the Disney animated film Encanto.[24][25] In December 2021, Wilmer was set to executive produce and star in an untitled Zorro series for Disney Branded Television.[26] On April 30, 2022, it was announced that Valderrama would have a guest appearance in the follow-up sitcom, That '90s Show.[27]

Music career[edit]

On May 11, 2011, Valderrama released the song "The Way I Fiesta," which he performed as his alter ego, Eduardo Fresco. The video was directed by Akiva Schaffer from the group The Lonely Island. Danny Masterson, Valderrama's co-star from That '70s Show, has a cameo appearance in the video. Valderrama appeared in the 2009 music video for Wisin & Yandel's song "Imagínate". He also appeared in and produced the 2011 video for LMFAO's song "Sexy and I Know It." At the Billboard Latin Music Awards, he said that he is making music which he will release in Spanish and English. On July 27, 2012, he interviewed Latina and said that he is recording tracks and is working with great artists/producers from both the English and the Spanish side. He said he was hoping to release more music in 2013.[28][29] On March 10, 2014, Valderrama revealed that a Salud Part 2 is in the works and that his new music would be coming out towards the end of the summer of 2014.[30]

Activism and philanthropy[edit]

United Service Organizations[edit]

Since 2007, Valderrama has taken part in multiple tours on behalf of the USO.[31] He has traveled more than 46 times[32][8] and made hosting appearances[33] in locations including Bagram air base in Afghanistan,[34] as well as Iraq, Germany, Poland, South Korea, and Bahrain. In 2021, Valderrama was named a USO Global Ambassador along with singer Kellie Pickler.[6][5]


In 2017, Valderrama co-founded Harness with America Ferrera and Ryan Piers Williams,[35] with the stated goal of improving representation in historically marginalized communities.[9][36] The non-profit's Be Counted campaign[37] encourages the Latino community to complete and return U.S. census forms.[8]

Voto Latino[edit]

Valderrama has worked with the voting rights non-profit Voto Latino since the organization was formed in 2004.[38][8] The organization promotes increased voter participation and conducts voter registration drives at cultural events.[39] Valderrama currently serves on the organization's impact council.[7]

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute[edit]

Between 2009 and 2012, Valderrama served as the spokesperson for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute's Ready to Lead program.[40][41]

Essential Voices with Wilmer Valderrama[edit]

In July 2021, Valderrama launched Essential Voices with Wilmer Valderrama, an iHeartRadio podcast[42] highlighting the experiences of essential workers.[43]

Personal life[edit]

Valderrama met Mandy Moore when she was 15, and they dated when she was "16 or 17."[44][45] Valderrama, who is four years her senior, later claimed that Moore had lost her virginity to him, which she denied.[46][47] In 2004, Valderrama dated Lindsay Lohan,[48] who was 18 at the time; he was 24. From 2010 to 2016, he was in an on-and-off relationship with Demi Lovato.[49][50] The two met when Lovato was 17 and Valderrama was 29, though they did not begin dating until she turned 18.[44] Lovato would later release the song "29" (2022), which was widely interpreted as a condemnation of Valderrama now that the singer herself was 29, although Lovato did not directly confirm the inspiration and simply stated, "I feel like the song says it all".[44][51]

In January 2020, Valderrama became engaged to Amanda Pacheco,[52][53] who is eleven years his junior. In December 2020, the couple announced they were expecting their first child.[54][55] Their daughter was born on February 15, 2021.[56]

Valderrama is a car collector. He has retained the original model 1969 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser used in That '70s Show, purchased for $500 upon learning that the show was going to cease production.[57]



Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Summer Catch Mickey Dominguez
2003 Party Monster DJ Keoki
2004 Clifford's Really Big Movie Rodrigo Voice role
2005 Beauty Shop Corky Uncredited
2006 The Darwin Awards Documentary Filmmaker
Fast Food Nation Raul
Unaccompanied Minors Zach Van Bourke
Zoom Marksman
2007 El Muerto Diego de la Muerte / El Muerto
The Condor Tony Valdez Voice role
2008 Columbus Day Max
Days of Wrath Daniel
2010 The Dry Land Raymond Gonzales
2011 From Prada to Nada Bruno
Larry Crowne Dell Gordo
The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best Jason
2014 School Dance Flaco
2015 The Girl Is in Trouble Angel
To Whom It May Concern Sam
2016 The Adderall Diaries Josh
2017 Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated Himself Documentary film
2018 Charming Prince Philippe Charming Voice role; Also executive producer
2019 Trouble Thurman "The Thurminator" Sanchez Voice role
2020 Blast Beat Ernesto Andres
Onward Gaxton Voice role
2021 Encanto Agustín Madrigal Voice role
2023 Murder Mystery 2 Tom
Fast X Peter Cameo, Uncredited
Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One Not yet released Zero / James Gunther Post-production
2024 Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part Two Not yet released Zero / James Gunther Post-Production


Year Title Role Notes
1998 Four Corners Antonio 4 episodes
1998–2006 That '70s Show Fez 200 episodes
2002 Grounded for Life Eugenio Episode: "Mustang Lilly"
MADtv Punch Episode: "#8.7"
2003 Punk'd Himself 3 episodes
2004 Higglytown Heroes Helicopter Pilot Hero Voice role; Episode: "Higgly Islands"
2005 Robot Chicken Fez Voice role; Episode: "Gold Dust Gasoline"
2006–07 Yo Momma Host 64 episodes; Also creator and executive producer
2006 The Sopranos Himself Episode: "Luxury Lounge"
Shorty McShorts' Shorts Nestor Episode: "Dudley and Nestor Do Nothing"
2006–12 Handy Manny Manny Garcia Voice role; 97 episodes
2007 That's Our Joe Almerià Episode: "Padre De Joe F."
2010 Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Himself Episode: "The Williams Family"
Wizards of Waverly Place Uncle Ernesto Episode: "Uncle Ernesto"
2011 The Cleveland Show Diego Voice role; Episode: "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Roberta?"
2011–12 Royal Pains Eric Kassabian 3 episodes
2011 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Enrique Episode: "Piper Doesn't Live Here Anymore"
Figgle Chat with Fred Figglehorn Eduardo Fresco Episode: "FRED Interviews Eduardo Fresco"
2012–13 Suburgatory Yoni 2 episodes
2012 Awake Detective Efrem Vega 13 episodes
Special Agent Oso Manny Garcia Voice role; Episode: The Manny With the Golden Bear
Are You There, Chelsea? Tommy Episode: "Those Damn Yankees"
Men at Work Eri Ricaldo Episode: "Crazy for Milo"
Minuto Para Ganar Himself Contestant
2012–13 Raising Hope Ricardo Montes 4 episodes
2013 RuPaul's Drag Race (season 5) Himself Episode: "Drama Queens"
2014–16 From Dusk till Dawn: The Series Don Carlos Madrigal 23 episodes
2014 Matador Party Guest Uncredited; Episode: "Quid Go Pro"
2015 Minority Report Will Blake 10 episodes
2016 Lip Sync Battle Himself Episode: "Gina Rodriguez vs. Wilmer Valderrama"
Grey's Anatomy Kyle Diaz 5 episodes
2016–present NCIS Nicholas "Nick" Torres Series regular (season 14–present)
2016–17 The Ranch Umberto 4 episodes
2017 NCIS: New Orleans Nicholas "Nick" Torres Episode: "Pandora's Box (Part II)"
The Price Is Right Himself Episode: "Celebrity Charity Week – Day 2"
2018 Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Bird Episode: "Crisis in Venezuela"
2020 Gentefied Rob Episode: "Casimiro"
2022 Celebrity IOU Himself S3E07, "Wilmer Valderrama's Surprise Garage Reno", aired on December 26, 2022
NCIS: Hawaiʻi Nicholas "Nick" Torres 2 episodes
2023 NCIS: Los Angeles Nicholas "Nick" Torres Crossover: "A Long Time Coming"
That '90s Show Fez 3 episodes


Year Title Notes
2010 Imagination Movers Episode: "Mouse Day"
2013 SaludSkyBlu feat. Sensato, Reek Rude & Wilmer Valderrama Music Video

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist(s) Director
2006 "Easy" Paula DeAnda, Bow Wow Billie Woodruff
2009 "Tu No Eres Para Mi" Fanny Lu
2010 "Imagínate" Wisin & Yandel, T-Pain Jessy Terrero
2011 "Sexy and I Know It" LMFAO Mickey Finnegan
2014 "Really Don't Care" Demi Lovato, Cher Lloyd Ryan Pallotta
"L.A. Love (La La)" Fergie, YG Rich Lee
"Pura Vida" Don Omar Jessy Terrero
"Nightingale" Demi Lovato Black Coffee
2017 "Felices los 4" Maluma Jessy Terrero
"Felices los 4 (Salsa Version)" Maluma, Marc Anthony Jessy Terrero
2020 "Holy" Justin Bieber Colin Tilley



Year Title Album
2011 "The Way I Fiesta" (feat. Clayton Vice)

Guest appearances[edit]

Year Title Other artist(s) Album
2013 Salud SkyBlu, Sensato, Reek Rude Rebel Music
2020 Holy (Justin Bieber song) Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper Justice (Justin Bieber album)

Music videos[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Year Title Director Album
2011 "The Way I Fiesta" (feat. Clayton Vice) Akiva Schaffer

As featured artist[edit]

Year Title Director Album
2013 "Salud"
(SkyBlu feat. Sensato, Reek Rude & Wilmer Valderrama)
Himself Rebel Music
2017 "Felices Los 4" Salsa Version (Maluma Ft. Marc Anthony)
2020 Holy (Justin Bieber song) Colin Tilley Justice (Justin Bieber album)



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