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DANNY TREJO portrays Cuchillo, a Los Zeta enforcer fresh from the drug cartel wars in Baja, Mexico.

Trejo has developed a prolific career in the movie business, yet his road to success has been hard earned and everything but typical. From imprisonment to helping young people battle drug addiction, acting to producing, the name, face, and achievements of Danny Trejo are well recognized in Hollywood. Despite growing up on the streets of Los Angeles and spending the latter part of his youth and early adulthood incarcerated, Trejo rose to great accomplishment. Upon his release from San Quentin, he became involved in programs aimed at helping those who, like him, battle drug and alcohol addictions. Years later, Trejo went to the set of the motion picture production "Runaway Train” to offer support to a man he'd been counseling. He was immediately offered a role as a convict. Trejo has since gone on to star in dozens of films including: "Desperado,” the "From Dusk ‘Till Dawn” film series, "Heat” starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, "Con Air” starring Nicolas Cage, "Once Upon A Time In Mexico” starring Johnny Depp, and the series of "Spy Kids” movies. In Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino's "Grindhouse,” Trejo appeared in a "trailer,” which led to a spin-off feature film, "Machete,” due this September from Twentieth Century Fox. Trejo stars as the anti-hero of the story, an ex-federale with a gift for wielding a blade, who hides out as a day-laborer and is double-crossed by a corrupt state senator.

Trejo can also be seen in the independent films "Sherry Baby” starring Maggie Gyllenhaal, "Delta Farce” starring Larry the Cable Guy, and both Rob Zombie films "The Devil's Rejects” and "Halloween.” Trejo's other recent work includes: "La Linea” starring Ray Liotta, Esai Morales and Andy Garcia, and "St. John Of Las Vegas” starring Steve Buscemi.

His numerous television credits include a recurring voice role on the animated series "King of the Hill” and appearances on "Monk” starring Tony Shalhoub, "Desperate Housewives,” "Stargate: Atlantis,” and most recently, "Breaking Bad” starring Bryan Cranston.

In 2000, Trejo formed his production company, Starburst, where he produced the award winning short "An Eye For Talent” followed by "The Animal Factory” directed by Steve Buscemi. "My Father's Flag” is the next feature in development under that banner, a film about a young soldier's conflict between his father and country and his evolution into a patriot.

Trejo 4.0 Productions is his newest venture. The company's most recent film "High Hopes” has been acquired by Maple Pictures/Lionsgate Canada. It's a story about a group of Hollywood hopefuls who decide to steal marijuana from the FBI with the plan of returning it and using the reward money to finance their movie. The film stars Jason Mewes, David Faustino, Corin Nemec, Jason Marsden, Edward Furlong, Robert Rodriguez, Andy Dick, and Michael DeLorenzo.

Despite his impressive list of credits, it's his continual role as a devoted husband, father of three and as an intervention counselor that bring him the most satisfaction.

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