| Enrique Jimenez Castillo|
December 10, 1949 (age 66) (1949-12-10) Calexico, California, U.S.
Film actor, writer, director
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
Blood In Blood Out, Deja Vu, My Family, The Hiâ€‘Lo Country, El Norte
Jesse Borrego, Damian Chapa, Raymond Cruz, Carlos Carrasco, Victor Rivers
Enrique Castillo (born December 10, 1949) is an American actor, writer, director, and producer. He founded Four Brown Hats Entertainment (FBHE) and was a founding member of the Latino Theater Company.
Castillo was a founding member of The Latino Theater Company. He co-wrote the company’s plays Stone Wedding and August 29. In addition to the plays, he wrote and directed the film The History of The Latino Theater Company, a documentary chronicling the theater company, and co-produced the company’s annual comedy fundraiser Noche de Risa y Susto.
In 1997, Castillo created Four Brown Hats Entertainment (FBHE), a film and theater production company. With FBHE, he adapted and directed The Last Angry Brown Hat. Following this, he wrote and directed Veteranos: A Legacy of Valor, a theater piece honoring the military contributions by Latinos in America’s defense.
Among his completed feature film scripts are Yo Solo, The Cobra, Valley of the Dead, Deerdancer, and The Last Angry Brown Hat.
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