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Danny Pino

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Daniel G. "Danny" Pino  (born April 15, 1974) is an American actor of Cuban descent. 2002 saw him appear in London's West End (England) in the theatre play called Up for Grabs with Madonna. In May 2003, Pino played Desi Arnaz in a CBS special on the life of Lucille Ball, Lucy: The Lucille Ball Story. Pino was born in Miami, Florida. He graduated from Miami Coral Park High School in 1992 and from Florida International University in 1996, where he was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Pino is known by many for his critically acclaimed performance as Mexican druglord and serial rapist Armadillo Quintero on FX's The Shield. He has also appeared in The Lost City and Flicka which featured Tim McGraw. Pino also starred in the hit CBS series Cold Case. Pino and his wife, Lilly who married in 2002, have two sons — Luca Daniel, born February 15, 2006, and Julian Franco, born June 5, 2007."Cold Case's Danny Pino, Wife Have a Son". Description above from the Wikipedia article Danny Pino, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia

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Apr 15, 1974 In Miami, Florida, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series Cold Case Files 1999-01-01
Latest Project:
Series Gone 2017-11-13
Known For
Poster of Lejos de la tierra quemada
Poster of Caso abierto
Poster of Lucy
Poster of The Shield: al margen de la ley
Series Gone John Bishop 2017-11-13
Series BrainDead Luke Healy 2016-06-13
Pelicula Across the line Gabriel Garza 2010-12-28
Pelicula Across the Hall Terry 2009-08-27
Pelicula Lejos de la tierra quemada Santiago Martinez 2008-07-11
Pelicula Flicka Jack 2006-10-20
Pelicula Rx al límite del riesgo Leo 2005-04-21
Series CSI: Nueva York Unknown 2004-09-21
Pelicula Lucy Desi Arnaz 2003-05-04
Series Caso abierto Scotty Valens 2003-09-28
Series The Shield: al margen de la ley Unknown 2002-03-12
Series Men, Women & Dogs Clay 2001-10-14
Series Cold Case Files 1999-01-01
Series Ley y orden: Unidad de víctimas especiales Nick Amaro 1999-09-20