History Creator / DannyTrejo

8th Nov '16 4:42:02 PM dlchen145
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'''Danny Trejo''' (born May 16, 1944) is an American actor who everyone can recognize, but not as many can name. He's been working in Hollywood since 1985 and has played dozens of supporting roles, usually as some kind of Mexican tough guy, [[{{Mook}} henchman]] or thug. Trejo has also been in a number of Creator/RobertRodriguez films, usually with slightly larger roles than he normally plays, including ''Film/{{Desperado}}'' and the ''Film/SpyKids'' trilogy, finally culminating in his first leading role: the {{badass}} KnifeNut known as Film/{{Machete}}. As an InkSuitActor, he was Dale's "Man Friday", Octavio on ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' and, in a bit of PlayingAgainstType, he voiced Enrique (the sad-sack bobtail driver from Strickland propane who wants to be Hank's friend).

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'''Danny Trejo''' (born May 16, 1944) is an American actor who everyone can recognize, but not as many can name. He's been working in Hollywood since 1985 and has played dozens of supporting roles, usually as some kind of Mexican tough guy, [[{{Mook}} henchman]] or thug. Trejo has also been in a number of Creator/RobertRodriguez films, usually with slightly larger roles than he normally plays, including ''Film/{{Desperado}}'' and the ''Film/SpyKids'' trilogy, finally culminating in his first leading role: the {{badass}} badass KnifeNut known as Film/{{Machete}}. As an InkSuitActor, he was Dale's "Man Friday", Octavio on ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' and, in a bit of PlayingAgainstType, he voiced Enrique (the sad-sack bobtail driver from Strickland propane who wants to be Hank's friend).



* ''Film/{{Badass}}'' (2012): Kind of [[{{Badass}} self-explanatory]], don't you think? Plays a BadassGrandpa.

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* ''Film/{{Badass}}'' (2012): Kind of [[{{Badass}} self-explanatory]], self-explanatory, don't you think? Plays a BadassGrandpa.
20th Oct '16 12:00:49 PM Buck
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* SociallyAwkwardHero: According to Salma Hayek, during the filming of From Dusk Til Dawn when he first met her he ripped open his shirt showed her his tattoo of a woman wearing a sombrero and proclaimed "I knew you before I knew you, I dreamt you before I knew you". He also said that while he was happy that he had left jail, he'd happily rob another bank for her.

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* SociallyAwkwardHero: According to Salma Hayek, during the filming of From Dusk Til Dawn when he first met her he ripped open his shirt and showed her his tattoo of a woman wearing a sombrero and proclaimed "I knew you before I knew you, I dreamt you before I knew you". He also said that while he was happy that he had left jail, he'd happily rob another bank for her.
20th Oct '16 11:58:56 AM Buck
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* SociallyAwkwardHero: According to Salma Hayek, during the filming of From Dusk Til Dawn when he first met her he ripped open his shirt showed her his tattoo of a woman wearing a sombrero and proclaimed "I knew you before I knew you, I dreamt you before I knew you". He also said that while he was happy that he had left jail, he'd happily rob another bank for her

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* SociallyAwkwardHero: According to Salma Hayek, during the filming of From Dusk Til Dawn when he first met her he ripped open his shirt showed her his tattoo of a woman wearing a sombrero and proclaimed "I knew you before I knew you, I dreamt you before I knew you". He also said that while he was happy that he had left jail, he'd happily rob another bank for herher.
20th Oct '16 11:58:40 AM Buck
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* SociallyAwkwardHero: According to Salma Hayek, during the filming of From Dusk Til Dawn when he first met her he ripped open his shirt showed her his tattoo of a woman wearing a sombrero and proclaimed "I knew you before I knew you, I dreamt you before I knew you". He also said that while he was happy that he had left jail, he'd happily rob another bank for her
6th Oct '16 10:08:28 AM Dravencour
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* ''Film/KinjiteForbiddenSubjects'': Prison Inmate
5th May '16 2:42:37 PM MarkLungo
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->''"You might know him from Film/{{Desperado}}, Film/{{Grindhouse}}, Film/TheDevilsRejects, Film/XXx, Film/ConAir, Film/{{Heat}}, your worst nightmares."''

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->''"You might know him from Film/{{Desperado}}, Film/{{Grindhouse}}, Film/TheDevilsRejects, Film/XXx, Film/ConAir, Film/{{Heat}}, ''Film/{{Desperado}}'', ''Film/{{Grindhouse}}'', ''Film/TheDevilsRejects'', ''Film/XXx'', ''Film/ConAir'', ''Film/{{Heat}}'', your worst nightmares."''



'''Danny Trejo''' (born May 16, 1944) is an American actor that everyone can recognize, but not as many can name. He's been working in Hollywood since 1985 and has played dozens of supporting roles, usually as some kind of Mexican tough guy, [[{{Mook}} henchman]] or thug. Trejo has also been in a number of Creator/RobertRodriguez films, usually with slightly larger roles than he normally plays, including ''Film/{{Desperado}}'' and the ''Film/SpyKids'' trilogy, finally culminating in his first leading role: the {{badass}} KnifeNut known as Film/{{Machete}}. As an InkSuitActor, he was Dale's "Man Friday", Octavio on ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' and, in a bit of PlayingAgainstType, he voiced Enrique (the sad-sack bobtail driver from Strickland propane who wants to be Hank's friend).

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'''Danny Trejo''' (born May 16, 1944) is an American actor that who everyone can recognize, but not as many can name. He's been working in Hollywood since 1985 and has played dozens of supporting roles, usually as some kind of Mexican tough guy, [[{{Mook}} henchman]] or thug. Trejo has also been in a number of Creator/RobertRodriguez films, usually with slightly larger roles than he normally plays, including ''Film/{{Desperado}}'' and the ''Film/SpyKids'' trilogy, finally culminating in his first leading role: the {{badass}} KnifeNut known as Film/{{Machete}}. As an InkSuitActor, he was Dale's "Man Friday", Octavio on ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' and, in a bit of PlayingAgainstType, he voiced Enrique (the sad-sack bobtail driver from Strickland propane who wants to be Hank's friend).
9th Apr '16 11:48:43 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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'''Danny Trejo''' (born May 16, 1944) is an American actor that everyone can recognize, but not as many can name. When you see him, you tend to think, "HeyItsThatGuy" He's been working in Hollywood since 1985 and has played dozens of supporting roles, usually as some kind of Mexican tough guy, [[{{Mook}} henchman]] or thug. Trejo has also been in a number of Creator/RobertRodriguez films, usually with slightly larger roles than he normally plays, including ''Film/{{Desperado}}'' and the ''Film/SpyKids'' trilogy, finally culminating in his first leading role: the {{badass}} KnifeNut known as Film/{{Machete}}. As an InkSuitActor, he was Dale's "Man Friday", Octavio on ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' and, in a bit of PlayingAgainstType, he voiced Enrique (the sad-sack bobtail driver from Strickland propane who wants to be Hank's friend).

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'''Danny Trejo''' (born May 16, 1944) is an American actor that everyone can recognize, but not as many can name. When you see him, you tend to think, "HeyItsThatGuy" He's been working in Hollywood since 1985 and has played dozens of supporting roles, usually as some kind of Mexican tough guy, [[{{Mook}} henchman]] or thug. Trejo has also been in a number of Creator/RobertRodriguez films, usually with slightly larger roles than he normally plays, including ''Film/{{Desperado}}'' and the ''Film/SpyKids'' trilogy, finally culminating in his first leading role: the {{badass}} KnifeNut known as Film/{{Machete}}. As an InkSuitActor, he was Dale's "Man Friday", Octavio on ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' and, in a bit of PlayingAgainstType, he voiced Enrique (the sad-sack bobtail driver from Strickland propane who wants to be Hank's friend).
20th Feb '16 1:41:23 PM StFan
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* ''Series/NCISLosAngeles'': Tuhon
28th Dec '15 12:42:54 PM erforce
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* RatedMForManly: He's called "the Mexican CharlesBronson" for a reason.

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* RatedMForManly: He's called "the Mexican CharlesBronson" Creator/CharlesBronson" for a reason.
11th Dec '15 5:15:39 AM TheLaughingFist
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPussInBoots'': El Moco
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