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Kirk Acevedo (1971)

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Kirk Acevedo is an American actor. He is primarily known for his portrayals of Miguel Alvarez in the HBO series Oz, Joe Toye in Band of Brothers and FBI Agent Charlie Francis in the science-fiction series Fringe.


 early years
Acevedo's parents were both born in New York City, and lived in Brooklyn where both their sons, Richard and Kirk Acevedo, were born. The Acevedos moved to the Bronx, where Kirk and his brother were raised. Since childhood, Kirk had shown an interest in acting; he would perform before his family in improvised shows. Acevedo was a drama major in high school. He is of Puerto Rican and Chinese descent.

 acting career
Among the other television series that Acevedo has had roles in are Law & Order: Trial by Jury as Hector Salazar; HBO's Band of Brothers, produced by Steven Spielberg, as SSgt. Joseph Toye; NYPD Blue; 24; The Black Donnellys and CBS's As The World Turns. Some of the movies and miniseries that he has appeared in include Invincible , Bait ; Boiler Room ; Dinner Rush ; Arresting Gena and Kirk and Kerry . He voices Jackie Estacado in The Darkness, the video game adaptation of the comic book. He appeared on the Fox television series, Fringe as Charlie Francis which started in 2008. He is currently playing Det. Luisito Calderon on the U.S. series of Prime Suspect.

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