Luis Guzmán is currently starring opposite Asante Blackk in the new drama Story Ave, out now through Kino Lorber. An award-winning actor with over 150 feature film and television roles to his credit. He most recently reprised the role of Gomez Addams in Season 2 of Tim Burton’s Addams Family series Wednesday for Netflix. Guzmán won a Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award as a member of the ensemble cast of Steven Soderbergh’s award-winning drama Traffic and received an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Soderbergh’s The Limey. He also shared in two SAG Award cast nominations for his performances in Paul Thomas Anderson’s critically acclaimed films Magnolia and Boogie Nights and went on to work with Anderson again on Punch-Drunk Love. His multiple collaborations with other directors include Snake Eyes and Carlito’s Way for Brian De Palma, and Family Business, Q&A and Guilty as Sin for Sidney Lumet. Born in Puerto Rico, Guzmán grew up in Manhattan and graduated from City College. He worked as a youth counselor while performing in street theater and independent films and got his first break with a guest role on Miami Vice.