CLIFTON COLLINS, JR. (Miter) recently
starred in the feature film "Price of Glory," with Jimmy Smits and Jon
Seda, playing a drug addicted boxer. Last year he co-starred in the drama
"Light It Up," from Twentieth Century Fox. Collins won acclaim as the
antagonistic high school hood, Cesar, opposite Samuel L. Jackson, in
"187." He also appeared in "The Replacement Killers,"
starring Mira Sorvino and Chow Yun-Fat.
Collins will next be seen in "Traffic," directed by Steven Soderbergh, and starring Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Collins' additional film credits include "Fortress,"
"Menace II Society," "Dead Presidents" and "Stoned
On television, Collins was seen in "Martial Law," Disney's
"The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit" starring Edward James Olmos, Esai
Morales and Joe Mantegna, and "The Defenders" opposite Beau
Bridges. Collins also made memorable guest-starring appearances on "NYPD
Blue" and "ER."
Collins is the grandson of film actor Pedro Gonzalez-Gonzalez, who was one
of the first Mexicans to break into Hollywood. Gonzales-Gonzalez co-starred
with John Wayne in nearly a dozen classic war movies and westerns, including
"Rio Bravo" and "McLintock."
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