Jacob Vargas (born August 18, 1971) is a Mexican-American actor.

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  • Jacob Vargas began his acting career when he was discovered breakdancing in a schoolyard at age 12. His introduction to acting came with a bit part as a breakdancer on the hit TV show "Diff'rent Strokes" (1978). In 1995 he won the very first ALMA Award (for Emerging Artist of the Year) for his work in both Allison Anders' Mi vida loca (1993) and Gregory Nava's My Family (1995). He later starred in films such as Selena (1997), Get Shorty (1995), American Me (1992), Romy and Michele's High School Reunion (1997) and the cult favorite Next Friday (2000) as Ice Cube's nemesis, Joker. He later shined as Tijuana cop Manolo, 'Benicio del Toro''s partner in Steven Soderbergh's Academy Award- winning film Traffic (2000), which earned him a Screen Actors Guild Award and another ALMA Award. He then made us laugh as Sammy the chef in John Moore's Flight of the Phoenix (2004) and brought depth to Marine sniper Cortez in Academy Award-winning director Sam Mendes' war drama Jarhead (2005). In 2006 he starred as a straight-arrow DEA agent opposite Laurence Fishburne and Paul Walker in the action drama _Death and Life of Bobby Z, The (2006)_ and joined an all-star cast as a politically charged busboy in Emilio Estevez's historical drama Bobby (2006) and played a psychologically tortured drone pilot in Alex Rivera's sci-fi political love story _Sleep Dealer, The (2006)_. Not satisfied with just being labeled as an actor, he has also been focusing his talents on writing and producing through his production company, Third Son Productions. In 2001 he executive produced and starred in the independent film Road Dogz (2000). He also co-produced and starred in the stage play "Latinologues", which ran on Broadway in 2005 and is available on DVD. Through Third Son Productions, he is currently developing several feature film and television projects.

    Jacob Vargas interview on "Jarhead," talking to his brothers about the military, his approach to the character, and his role in "Bobby." The interview took place at the "Jarhead" Hollywood premiere in October 2005.

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  • Jacob Vargas Net Worth: Jacob Vargas is a Mexican actor that has a net worth of $3 million. Jacob Vargas was born in Michoacan, Mexico in August 1971. He was raised in La, California. Jacob has over 100 performing credits to his name. He also starred in the movie Last Resort as well as the TV movies The Children of Times Square and Miracle of the Heart: A Boys Town Story. In 1996 Vargas had his first recurring character in the TV series Malibu Shores as Benny. From 2002 to 2003 he starred as Ernesto in the TV series Greetings from Tucson. He also had recurring characters in the TV series Moonlight from 2007 to 2008 and Blue and Sons of Anarchy since 2013. Jacob has won a Screen Actors Guild Award, NCLR Bravo Award, and Hollywood Film Festival Award.

    - Jacob Vargas and Yancy Arias Beverly Hills, California - The 1st Global Creative Forum 'Evening of Entertainment' held at the Four Seasons Hotel (2 Pictures)

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    Character Allesandro Montez
    Birthday August 18, 1971
    Birth Place Michoacan, Mexico
    Appearances Allesandro Montez - List of Appearances


    (2012, 15 min)
    Director: Steve Acevedo
    Writer: Alfredo Barrios, Jr.
    Cast: Jacob Vargas Hugo Medina Shannon Lucio Manuel Uriza
    Logline: A Mexican journalist and a cartel assassin collide in a diner, with tragic consequences for both.

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Jacob Vargas and Yancey Arias Photo credit: Judy Eddy

For us, Jacob Vargas is a familiar and welcome (not to mention, cute) face, having been in several of Hollywood’s best-known movies about Latinos: Selena, My Family, American Me, and Mi Vida Loca. But you’re about to see him in a whole new light in the M. Night Shyamalan-produced thriller Devil, which pits a group of people stuck in an elevator against each other...And the forces of evil.