Raoul Trujillo Biography

Updated On Sep 18, 2018 Published On Mar 25, 2016
Facts of Raoul Trujillo
Date of Birth: 1955 , May-8
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 1 Inch
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Raoul is now in his 60s, but his personal profile is inaccessible. Information related to his love affairs, girlfriend, married life, spouse and divorce is unknown.

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After his high school graduation, Raoul joined US Army. After spending three years as a militant, he began working as an alpine ski instructor. He also traveled around the world as a ski instructor. He is also a painter. In 1997, he appeared in the theater production EQUUS where he starred as an actor and dancer. In 1978, he joined USC where he began dancing. In 1989, he made his acting debut by starring in the movie Divided Loyalties. That year, he also appeared in the TV series The Hitchhiker: Tough Guys Don't Whine. His breakthrough role came in 2006 after he portrayed the role of Zero Wolf in the movie Apocalypto. His net worth is said to be in millions.

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Born in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

May 8 , 1955

Raoul, who is known for starring mythic badass tattooed warriors, was born as Raoul Trujillo in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States of America. He was also raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is an American and is of Apache, Comanche, Pueblo, Tlascalan, French-Canadian, Sephardic Jew and Andalusian Moor descent.

Began his acting career

1989

In 1989, he made his acting debut by starring in the movie Divided Loyalties. That year, he also appeared in the TV series The Hitchhiker: Tough Guys Don't Whine. Two years later he appeared in the movie Scanners II: The New Order.

Appeared in the movie, Apocalypto

2006

Raoul Trujillo is a talented actor and dancer from United States. He has also established himself as a choreographer. He has been active in acting since 1989. His breakthrough role came in 2006 after he portrayed the role of Zero Wolf in the movie Apocalypto.

Nominated in Critics Choice Television Awards

2016

For starring the role of Massasoit, Wampanoag Sachem in the TV series Saints & Strangers, he got nominated in Critics Choice Television Awards for the first time in his life. He was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series. 

Won CANCOM Ross Charles award

2002

He is also a painter and aboriginal cultural storytellers. For his contribution in the aboriginal cultures, he has also received several honors and awards in his life. In 2002, he was awarded with the CANCOM Ross Charles award.