|Height||5' 7" (1.7 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
A native of Los Angeles, Carlos Ramirez began theatre at the early age of ten through his local church community. While a participant in his church choir, his talent led him to the opportunity to perform at the Hollywood Bowl. While attending acting classes at the Theatre of Arts, he and his identical twin brother Efren Ramirez (now known for his role as Pedro in Napoleon Dynamite) were discovered for a TV series titled Hell Town staring Robert Blake.
Seeking new challenges, Carlos went on to study dance at the Glendale Theatre. He continued his pursuit of acting on such episodic shows like The Love Boat and Twilight Zone as well as being featured in an industrial titled Sweet 15 and a feature titled La Bamba staring Lou Diamond Phillips.
At the age of seventeen, Carlos joined the United States Air Force. During his eight years in the military, he has served in Operation Desert Shield in Iraq, and Operation Joint Endeavor working NATO forces under a unified command in Bosnia while stationed upon the global market.
While still in the military and stationed in the U.K., Carlos studied theatre and dance at the Body Works college in Cambridge. Shortly after his enlistment, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee for further studies in theatre, dance, and foreign language. He is fluent in 4 languages and a very talented dancer. After spending a few years in Tennessee, Carlos returned home to Los Angeles for enhanced studies at the Meisner Conservatory program through Laura Henry. He has also attended such courses as: The Alexander Technique, IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) technique, and has studied with Diane Venora. He studies with acting coach Alan Feinstein and will be attending the Academy of Shakespeare. While taking these courses, he also attends a music school where he is learning to be fluent in the cello as well as in the piano.
Carlos is also a co-producer of a pilot titled "Wanna Be Me" that showed at Sundance 2009, where he stars opposite Michael Lohan (father of Lindsay Lohan), Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls), Shalim Ortiz (Hero's), and Fernanda Romero (The Eye). He has been involved in many charity organizations, and has been a motivational speaker across the country. He is also a commissioner for the Citizen Commission on Human Rights.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: RGP ENTERTAINMENT