A relative unknown prior to 2009, Ramon Rodriguez suddenly broke out with prominent roles in a string of big-budget films and a high-profile television series at the turn of the decade. Rodriguez bega...
Cast as Charlie's right-hand man John Bosley on the ABC reboot of "Charlie's Angels"
Joined the Abakua Latin Dance Company, an internationally renowned salsa dance troupe
Landed a prominent recurring role on HBO's "The Wire" as Renaldo, the lover of gay stick-up artist Omar Little (Michael K. Williams)
Cast as a regular on the short-lived ABC thriller "Day Break" opposite series star Taye Diggs
Cast in a supporting role in Michael Bay's action-packed blockbuster "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen"
Made his television debut on FX drama "Rescue Me"
Played an MTA dispatcher in the remake of "The Taking of Pelham 123," starring Denzel Washington and John Travolta
Formed a basketball player performance group called Project Playground, a younger, hipper Harlem Globetrotters team that entertained crowds before NBA games
Acted opposite Colin Farrell, Edward Norton, and Jon Voight in the crime drama "Pride and Glory"
A relative unknown prior to 2009, Ramon Rodriguez suddenly broke out with prominent roles in a string of big-budget films and a high-profile television series at the turn of the decade. Rodriguez began his career on series television, landing recurring roles on several acclaimed series, including "Rescue Me" (FX, 2004-2011) and "The Wire" (HBO, 2002-08). Though the young actor had a shot as a regular performer on "Day Break" (ABC, 2006), the action series was canceled before he could gain recognition for himself. A true renaissance man, Rodriquez also made his mark in sports as the founder of Project Playground, a touring basketball performance group, as well as in music, as a member of the Abakua Latin Dance Company, making him one of the more unique and gifted performers to emerge in some time. With his back-to-back appearances in "The Taking of Pelham 123" (2009) and "Transformers: Rise of the Fallen" (2009), Rodriguez was suddenly a hot commodity in Hollywood. He followed with a co-starring turn in "Battle: Los Angeles" (2011) prior to landing a regular spot as Bosley on the "Charlie's Angels" (ABC, 2011- ) reboot. Multi-talented, handsome and ambitious, Rodriguez possessed all the requisite tools necessary for the lengthy career that awaited him.