A multi-faceted performer, John Leguizamo has established a career that defies categorization. With boundless energy and creativity, his work in film, theatre, television, and literature covers a variety of genres, continually threatening to create a few of its own.
Leguizamo is currently on Broadway at Studio 54 with his newest one-man show, Latin History for Morons, delivering his take on 500 years of Latin History spanning the Aztec and Incan Empires to World War II.
Leguizamo’s Ghetto Klown, a graphic novel adaption of his Broadway one-man show of the same name, was nominated for an Eisner award in 2016. He just released a comic book, Freak (Part 1 of 3), available now on Amazon.
He can be seen now in the third and final season of Bloodline on Netflix. Recent films include Ice Age: Collision Course, Infiltrator, opposite Bryan Cranston and Diane Kruger, and The Crash with AnnaSophia Robb, Dianna Agron and Ed Westwick.
Leguizamo has garnered numerous awards and accolades throughout his career including an Emmy Award, a Drama Desk Award, as well as nominations for Tony Awards and a Golden Globe.
Mr. Leguizamo’s film credits include, but are not limited to: Hangin’ with the Homeboys, Carlito’s Way, To Wong Foo: Thanks for Everything Julie Newmar, Romeo + Juliet, The Pest, Spawn, Moulin Rouge!, Doctor Doolittle, Summer of Sam, Empire, Sueño, The Babysitters, The Happening, Miracle at St. Ana, Righteous Kill, The Lincoln Lawyer, and The Ice Age franchise.
John is also a partner in NGL Collective, a new media and entertainment company that connects advertisers and New Generation Latinos (NGLs) through video across platforms in-language, in-culture and in-context.
Leguizamo currently resides in New York City with his wife and two children.