Ezequiel’s voice has a contagious energy that can be heard while playing a wide array of characters of all ages. With a talent for timing, he’s been able to deliver difficult monologues with ease for several commercial spots such as Six Flags, Fiesta Mart, and College of the Mainland in tight time allotments. Ezequiel has a theatrical background in both the English and Spanish theater community. He draws from his experiences of having been surrounded by a variety of ethnic groups at home and work that range from inner-city urban to the affluent elite. His English accents include Texan, British, Chicano, and Indian. His Spanish accents aside from neutral/standard Spanish include Mexican (Norteño and Chilango, etc.), Argentinean, Cuban, Chilean, and Peruvian. This background allows him to play fictional characters such as, the Chilean character, Chili Dawg; the lead in the animated short film 9/11-9/11 by Mel Chin an Official LA Short Film Festival Selection. Ezequiel has been acting professionally for more than a decade.