| Damian Robert Chapa|
October 29, 1963 (age 52) (1963-10-29) Dayton, Ohio, USA
Actor, film director, film producer
Ciara O'Brien (m. 1998–2003), Natasha Henstridge (m. 1995–1996)
Blood In Blood Out, El Padrino, Street Fighter, Mexican Gangster, Under Siege
Jesse Borrego, Benjamin Bratt, Natasha Henstridge, Ricco Chapa, Enrique Castillo
Ricco Chapa, Presly Chapa
Damian Chapa Wikipedia
Damian Robert Chapa (born October 29, 1963) is an American actor, film director and producer.
Chapa was born in Dayton, Ohio. His ancestry is of Mexican, Italian and German descent.
Chapa played the part of evangelist Leroy Jenkins in the 2002 film The Calling. Perhaps his most notable film role is that of Miklo Velka in Taylor Hackford's Blood In Blood Out. He appeared as Ken Masters along with Jean-Claude Van Damme in Raúl Juliá's final film Street Fighter, based on the video game Street Fighter II: The World Warrior.
In 2011 Damian Chapa was arrested in Madrid and later transferred to a Munich jail to await a court appearance on a charge of the alleged rape of former girlfriend Roxanna Foell. He was subsequently released and exonerated in September 2011 after being held in custody for seven weeks. Chapa was paid 2000 Euro by the Bavarian state of Germany as he was wrongfully arrested. Chapa has apparently since filed a $1.3 million lawsuit for damages against Foell.