Sal Velez Jr. excelente actor de origen puertoriqueño nos comparte detalles en una simpatica entrevista de su mas reciente papel en la serie Hand of God que se trasmite por Amazon Prime.

Saludos amigos, una vez más tengo el gusto de compartir con ustedes otra de mis entrevistas en esta ocacion con el actor de origen puertorriqueño, Sal Velez Jr. a quien vemos en el papel de Mike Alcala en la serie Hand Of God que transmite Amazon se la pierdan.
Sal is known for the role of Mexican cartel Negro in Savages, directed by Oliver Stone and the Voice of Berto, in Telltale Games' "Walking Dead Michonne." You can currently find Sal on NBC's newest drama Chicago Justice as Adrian Carrera or opposite Ron Perlman in season two of Amazon's Hand of God as Mike Alcala and the new Boyle Heights Web series "Gente-fied" as Eric.

Sal Velez Jr. was born in Chicago, Illinois as Salvador Velez Jr. to Vivian Hernandez, a school teacher and Salvador Velez, a U.S. Postman. A second generation Puerto Rican, Sal's parents divorced at an early age where Sal, his mother and sister relocated to Houston, Texas. Sal later returned to Chicago's Humboldt Park at the age of 14 to reconnect with his father.

Growing up in the rough streets of Chicago while working a full-time job in the Steel Worker's Union, Sal used entertainment as his muse, from impersonations of iconic actors to singing Latin Jazz in nightclubs. In 2001, he was discovered and invited to audition for the infamous Chicago's Second City where he won a three-year scholarship and studied Improv, Classical, Sketch Writing and Musical Theater and soon after joined their Second City Tour Company.

His love for performing found him in many Chicago productions at The Goodman Theater to the Chicago Theatre Building, from Nuyorican Poet Miguel Pinero plays to the Life of Cesar Chavez musicals. After the loss of Sal's father in 2007, he made the decision to move on to Los Angeles in 2009 to fully pursue Film and TV.

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