John Leguizamo is a man of multiple talents. This Columbia-America based actor has featured in about 75 movies. Being a multi-talented person, his work range includes screenwriting and playwriting too. His skills do not limit to just to this, and he is a comedian as well. Apart from being on the stage, he also enjoys working on stage and has successfully turned to producer and voice artist. The wedding bells rang for Leguizamo on June 28, 2003, when Justine Maurer came into his life.
They together have a son named Ryder Lee and a daughter named Ryder Lee. He is a fan of baseball, and New York Mets is his favorite team. He enjoyed working with
Arnold Schwarzenegger in Collateral Damage. He was a part of Puerto Rican Day Parade. John’s career started with an act of stand-up comedian in 1984. Later he did television and ended up with a minor role in Miami Vice. His film career started with Super Mario Bros where he played the lead part of Luigi. Though the film did not do financially well, it helped him to grab some good roles in other movies.
He landed a lead role in The Pest where he played the character of Pestario ‘Pest’ Vargas. He starred as Captain Rat in the Executive Decision, which was an action movie. Besides acting, he also did a voice-over for the film
Ice Age where he played the character of Sid the Sloth which became instantly popular with the audiences. He became part of various television shows such as Dora the Explorer, The Kill Pint, and The Electric Company.
He won many awards for his theatre work on Broadway and Off-Broadway. His debut performance in Broadway happened in Freak, which made him win Drama Desk Award. He also won Obie Award and Cable ACE Award around the year 1991. Abram ComicArts declared the adaptation of Leguizamo’s Ghetto Klown in October 2015, which was his one-man Broadway show. This graphic role explores the different elements of his career as an actor and a comedian.