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RAMON RODRIGUEZ (Delgado) is fast becoming one of Hollywood's most promising young actors. Having completed starring roles in two of this summer's biggest blockbuster films, Rodriguez is poised for an exciting ride. 

Rodriguez just wrapped Paramount Pictures' tentpole Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, directed by Michael Bay.

Rodriguez's passion for his craft does not stop with big studio pictures. Focusing on quality characters and scripts that he can deeply delve into, Rodriguez was honored to be cast in the plum role of Renaldo for Seasons 4 and 5 of HBO's The Wire. Immediately following his stint on The Wire, Rodriguez starred in ABC's "Day Break” alongside Taye Diggs. He moved audiences and critics alike in the role of Eduardo in the critically acclaimed indie film Bella which won the Audience Award at The Toronto Film Festival. He has appeared in Newline's Pride and Glory with Edward Norton and Colin Farrell and shot Surfer, Dude with Matthew McConaughey.

Rodriguez, who grew up on Manhattan's Lower East Side dreamed of joining the NBA as a child. A college basketball star, he was encouraged to enter a Nike basketball trick competition. After winning the competition, Rodriguez was put on the Nike Freestyle tour and in a series of Nike commercials. Guest starring television appearances on shows like "Law and Order: SVU” and "Rescue Me” soon followed as Rodriguez began to make his mark. 

In addition to acting, Rodriguez continues to run a basketball performance group called Project Playground that appears during half-time shows at NBA and college basketball games and in television and movies. He is an avid salsa dancer and spent time in the professional Abakua Latin Dance Company. He is currently writing a script in his native New York City.

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