Enrique Murciano

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  • Trivia

    • Enrique plays the ukulele, guitar, and piano.

    • Enrique considered a career in politics while attending college.

    • Enrique was nominated in 2004 for a Screen Actors Guild award for Without a Trace. The category was "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series".

    • As a producer, Enrique was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for A Separate Peace. The category was "Outstanding Children/Youth/Family Special".

    • His nickname is Ukelele Boy.

    • Enrique is 6'1" (1.85 m).

    • Enrique starred in a short film called "L.A. Suite". He was also in a film called "Cafe and Tobacco" as 'Tico', a medical school student who comes home to Miami one summer to find that his family is going insane.

    • Enrique was one of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive, 2006. He's named "Sexiest TV G-Man"

    • Enrique's first audition was in 1997. He landed the role of Alejandro in Speed 2, a role that only involved one line, but 6 months of shooting.

    • Dated Molly Sims for three years, but the relationship ended in Oct 2004.

      Currently, Murciano says he's "very much in love", but will not divulge who he is dating.

  • Quotes

    • Enrique Murciano: You get to a point when you're bored of trying to make life good and beautiful for yourself, and you want to start doing it for somebody else. I can't wait to do that.

    • Enrique Murciano: I believe in giving directly. If I'm at a red light and there's a guy who went to war, who's homeless, I give more than a dollar at that point. A kid is sick, and I know about it? I take care of him. It's much more of a hands-on approach, stuff that doesn't go noticed but stuff that I know I did. If you're constantly dancing the dance of life, it keeps you very present.

    • Enrique Murciano: When I moved to L.A., my first agent suggested I change my name to Rick Mercer; it's close to Enrique Murciano in a way. But I'm very proud of who I am, and I'm very proud of Latinos--not just Cubans, but all Latinos.

    • Enrique Murciano: I mix garlic, salt and spices. Every dish ends up with a Cuban twist to it, a little-cha-cha with every meal.

    • Enrique Murciano: I collect vintage cars and motorcycles and love cruising by myself. For me, it's meditation.

    • Enrique Murciano: I may have had one line, but the back of my ear became famous. ( On Speed 2)

    • Enrique Murciano: I don't eat at Sizzler, but I ask to use the bathroom and always leave with 700 toothpicks.