Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Ramirez was encouraged by his mother to study acting, and soon enough he started training at the Theater of Arts and performing in local venues. He first appeared on the big screen at age 13, with a small role in the 1995's Pauly Shore vehicle, "Jury Duty." He followed that with a supporting part in the Shaquile O'Neal's "Kazaam" in 1996.
While continuing to train and perform in Los Angeles theater and improv companies, Ramirez also began appearing on television. He showed up in bit parts on "Relativity," on the television version of "Dangerous Minds," and on "Nothing Sacred," all on ABC. Big screen parts continued to come his way, and he landed gigs in ... Continue Bio >>
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