Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 2.1 Films and television 2.2 Biopics 2.3 Games 2.4 Restaurants 3 Music videos 4 Personal life 5 Filmography 6 In other media 6.1 Comics 6.2 Games 6.3 Literature 6.4 Music 6.5 Cookbooks 7 See also 8 References 9 External links

Early life[edit] Trejo was born in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, to Mexican parents.[2][3][4] He is the son of Alice Rivera and Dan Trejo, a construction worker,[5][6] and a second cousin of filmmaker Robert Rodriguez, though the two were unaware that they were related until the filming of Desperado.[7][8] Prior to his film career Trejo worked as a labor foreman in construction. Throughout the 1960s, Trejo was in and out of jail and prison in California; Trejo has suggested that his physical appearance contributed to his constantly getting into trouble.[9] There are conflicting accounts of his prison chronology. By one account, his final term in custody ended in 1972;[4] by another account, he did time in a juvenile offenders' camp and six California prisons between 1959 and 1969.[10][11] He recalled that his last prison term was five years. While serving in San Quentin Prison, he became a champion boxer in that prison's lightweight and welterweight divisions.[4] During this time, Trejo became a member of a twelve-step program, which he credits with his success in overcoming drug addiction. In 2011, he recalled that he had been sober for 42 years.[10]

Career[edit] Films and television[edit] While Trejo was working as a youth drug counselor, a teenage patient asked for his assistance dealing with cocaine problems on the set of Runaway Train (1985).[4][12] While there, Trejo was offered a job as an extra in the film's prison scenes. Edward Bunker, himself a former convict, and a well-respected crime author who was writing the screenplay for the film, recognized Trejo, with whom he had done time at San Quentin.[4][12] Bunker, remembering Trejo's boxing skills, offered him $320 per day to train Eric Roberts, one of the movie's stars, for a boxing scene. Director Andrei Konchalovsky liked Trejo's work and decided to offer him a small role in the film as a boxer. It has been widely misreported that Trejo was actually serving time in the prison during filming, when in fact he had been released more than a decade earlier.[citation needed] Trejo at Muscle Beach Since then, Trejo has become a prolific actor in both films and television, appearing in five or more movies per year, in various genres. He has appeared in such major releases as Marked for Death (1990), Blood In Blood Out (1993), Desperado (1995), Heat (1995), From Dusk till Dawn (1996), Anaconda (1997), Con Air (1997), The Replacement Killers (1998), Point Blank (1998), Animal Factory (2000), Bubble Boy (2001), Spy Kids (2001), XXX (2002), Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003), Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004), The Devil's Rejects (2005), Snoop Dogg's Hood of Horror (2006), Delta Farce (2007), Grindhouse (2007), Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007), Urban Justice (2007, alongside Steven Seagal), Valley of Angels (2008), The Haunted World of El Superbeasto (2009, in which he voices the character of Rico), Machete (2010), Predators (2010), Bad Ass (2012), Reaper (2014), Preggoland (2014), and Range 15 (2016). Trejo is known for his distinctive appearance. In addition to his heavily lined face, scarred from cystic acne and a brawl, and the long mustache he usually sports, he has displayed the large tattoo on his chest for many roles (the tattoo depicts a woman wearing a sombrero).[12][13] He often plays thugs or lowlife characters, although he has also played sympathetic characters in films such as Robert Rodriguez's Spy Kids trilogy, Bubble Boy, and the USA Network series Monk, where art imitated life in his portrayal of a convict roommate of Tony Shalhoub's undercover detective.[citation needed] He also appeared in a season 2 episode of Desperate Housewives, where, as another good-guy character, he was sent by Carlos to help Gabrielle deal with the grief over losing her unborn baby.[citation needed] He voiced the character Enrique on King of the Hill,[citation needed] and Octavio's character on that show is based on his appearance.[citation needed] His role on King of the Hill was referred to in the HBO series Unscripted, where he had a cameo appearance.[citation needed] He also is featured in the episode "Comedy" (season 5, episode 1, aired February 28, 2010) of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! and an episode of Do IT LIVE with actors Anna Bennett and Claudia Pickering, shot in Downtown Los Angeles, titled "Sebring feat. Danny Trejo".[citation needed][citation needed] He also made guest appearances, as Tortuga (a.k.a. "The Tortoise"), in the noted series Breaking Bad in 2009 and 2010, most notably in the episode "Negro y Azul" which originally aired on April 19, 2009. Trejo in October 2009 In 2008, Trejo portrayed a Mexican bartender in the daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless. Regarding his continued growth as a professional actor, Trejo stated that he still cannot believe how fortunate he has been: "I'm so blessed. I'm still scared that somebody's going to wake me up and say, 'Hey, we're still in prison. Let's go to chow".[14] Many of Trejo's characters in Robert Rodriguez movies have been named after knives or sharp instruments: Machete in Spy Kids, Razor Charlie in the From Dusk till Dawn series, Navajas (Spanish for blades) in Desperado, and Cuchillo (Spanish for knife) in Predators.[15] He also played Machete in a trailer made for Rodriguez's film collaboration with Quentin Tarantino, Grindhouse. In 2010, he starred in a full theatrical version of Machete, based on the character, and later in a sequel, Machete Kills, in 2013. In 2012, Trejo starred alongside Ron Perlman and Charles S. Dutton in Craig Moss’s action film Bad Ass (2012). He played the main character of Vietnam veteran Frank Vega, based on 67-year-old "Epic Beard Man" Thomas Bruso. That same year Trejo again appeared with Perlman in a supporting role in season 4 of the FX network drama Sons of Anarchy. In 2014, Trejo produced his first film, Ambition, and then produced his second film, the action film Bad Ass, in 2015.[16][clarification needed] In 2015, Trejo appeared in a television commercial for Snickers that aired during Super Bowl XLIX, in which he portrayed Marcia Brady prior to eating the candy bar.[17][18] In 2016 and 2017, he appeared as himself in transparent disguises in TV ads for Sling TV. In 2017, Trejo appeared on Hell's Kitchen as guest in season 16's final dinner service. He also made a guest appearance on the Rick and Morty episode “Pickle Rick”, voicing the part of Jaguar.[19] Biopics[edit] The award-winning independent film Champion (2005), which documents Trejo's life, features Dennis Hopper, Val Kilmer, Steve Buscemi, and Robert Rodriguez.[citation needed] In 2013, Trejo shared his tumultuous journey from convict to movie star with KTTV in Los Angeles in a segment filmed in his own home.[20] Games[edit] Trejo appears as a playable character in Def Jam: Fight for NY (2004), a fighting game for which the actor lent his voice and likeness. He also lent his voice to Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002) and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (2006) for the character Umberto Robina, who also resembles Trejo.[citation needed] Additionally, he voiced Raul Tejada, a Ghoul, in Fallout: New Vegas (2010). Trejo appeared in the PlayStation Move game The Fight: Lights Out (2010) as an instructor for the player's character, and as himself in the second map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops (2010); Escalation map pack, on the zombie map Call of the Dead. Restaurants[edit] Over the years Trejo has opened a series of successful Los Angeles restaurants. His first was Trejo's Tacos (2016), followed by Trejo's Cantina (2017), and Trejo's Coffee & Donuts (2017) a mobile food truck. The rainbow cauliflower tacos made the LA Times list of 10 favorite recipes of 2017. The restaurants are overseen by executive chef Mason Royal. Their most recent venture will be an expansion of a donut food truck in Las Vegas Nevada.[21]

Music videos[edit] Trejo has made cameo appearances in music videos, such as "Got It Twisted" by Mobb Deep (2004); Sepultura's video "Attitude" (1996); Jay Chou's short movie-music video Double Blade from his 2003 album Yeh Hui-mei (2003); Rehab's song "Bartender" (2007); the Jonas Brothers' song "Burnin' Up" from their album A Little Bit Longer (2008); rapper Tech N9ne's video for the single "Like Yeah" from his release Killer (2008); southern metalcore band Maylene and the Sons of Disaster's video for the single "Open Your Eyes" from their release IV (2011); and Yelawolf's video "Whistle Dixie" (2012). He also appeared in famous adult entertainer Lupe Fuentes' music video "We Are the Party" (2012) with her band The Ex-Girlfriends.[22] In 2013, he appeared in the music video for the Enrique Iglesias song Loco.[23] On July 15, 2014, Trejo featured as his Robert Rodriguez character Machete in the music video of "Angel In Blue Jeans", which additionally featured Canadian television hostess and actor Hannah Simone. On September 11, 2015, Trejo appears in the music video "Repentless",[24] from Slayer's "Repentless" album released on the same day. "Pride in Prejudice", another Slayer's video, features Trejo again with an expanded role.[25]

Personal life[edit] Trejo owns a home in the San Fernando Valley.[26] He has two children with his ex-wife Debbie; he filed for divorce in 2009.[27] Trejo owns several ventures in the food and restaurant business; as of January 2016 these included a taco restaurant on La Brea Avenue in Los Angeles, his own brands of beer, coffee, and various merchandise, with ice cream sandwiches under development.[28] Trejo's Donuts is located on the northeast corner of Santa Monica Blvd and Highland Avenue.[29][30] Trejo is an avid fan of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Dodgers.

Filmography[edit] Main article: Danny Trejo filmography

In other media[edit] Comics[edit] In the comic series DMZ a character named Danny with the same appearance as Danny Trejo appears; the character indicates that he was formerly a convicted felon as well. Games[edit] Trejo is featured in the hip-hop fighting game Def Jam: Fight for NY (2004) as a soldier on Crow's side. He can be seen in the intro of Greg Hastings' Tournament Paintball Max'd ("Play for Real", B-Real & DJ Lethal). He is featured in the downloadable content pack called Escalation Map Pack in the video game Call of Duty: Black Ops (2010), on the map "Call of the Dead" as himself. He provided the voice of the companion Raul Alfonso Tejada in Fallout: New Vegas. He provides his voice and likeness to Umberto Robina in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. Literature[edit] In Charlie Higson's third The Enemy series novel, The Fear (2011), Orlando Epstein, nicknamed Einstein, makes fun of DogNut's ignorance by introducing himself as Isaac Newton. In retaliation, DogNut says, "my real name's Danny Trejo, but you may call me DogNut. Everyone else does." When Einstein responds, "Okay, Danny", DogNut reflects: "He may not know much about scientists, but Epstein clearly didn't know much about hard-faced, ex-con Mexican action-movie stars."[31] Music[edit] Plastilina Mosh, a Mexican alternative rock band, paid tribute to Trejo with their song "Danny Trejo", featured in their album All U Need Is Mosh (2008). Danny Trejo had an appearance in the music video of the song "Double Blade" by Jay Chou. (2003) Cookbooks[edit] Trejo is a contributor to the book Prison Ramen: Recipes and Stories From Behind Bars (2015).

See also[edit] History of the Mexican Americans in Los Angeles

References[edit] ^ "Danny Trejo: Sober 46 Years and Giving Back | AARP" on YouTube ^ Amy Nicholson. "Danny Trejo Talks 'Predators,' 'Machete' and The Jonas Brothers". Archived from the original on October 21, 2010.  ^ Beale, Lewis (May 9, 2007). "He ain't that bad". Daily News. New York.  ^ a b c d e Bowles, Scott (September 3, 2010). "'Machete' star Danny Trejo is an illustrated man, in many ways". USA Today. Retrieved November 4, 2011.  ^ "Danny Trejo Biography (1944–)". Film Reference.  ^ "Danny Trejo Biography". Yahoo! Movies. Archived from the original on July 7, 2007.  ^ Strauss, Bob (September 11, 2003). "ROBERT RODRIGUEZ WEARS A HOST OF HATS, STAYS AWAY FROM TINSELTOWN AND EMBRACES DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY WITH GRITTY END TO `MARIACHI' TRILOGY". Daily News (Los Angeles, CA). Retrieved August 30, 2010.  ^ Barlow, Helen (November 11, 2010). "Robert Rodriguez and Danny Trejo cutting a short story long". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved November 12, 2010.  ^ Mackenzie, Steven (February 13, 2014). "Danny Trejo interview: "My looks used to get me into trouble but now the're paying off"". The Big Issue.  ^ a b Wright, Paul (August 2011). "Prison Legal News Interviews Former Prisoner and Famous Actor Danny Trejo". Prison Legal News.  ^ "article listing for Danny Trejo". Prison Legal News.  ^ a b c Marks, Lisa (December 6, 2012). "Danny Trejo: 'I went to the hole looking at three gas-chamber offenses'". The Guardian.  ^ Westhoff, Ben. "Danny Trejo - Hollywood Badass". Urban Ink. Archived from the original on 2014-08-19.  ^ "Danny Trejo: The illustrated man". Archived from the original on August 10, 2011.  ^ "Meet Danny Trejo as the Badass Cuchillo in New 'Predators' Character Profile".  ^ "Danny Trejo".  ^ Nathalie Tadena. "AdWatch: Snickers Super Bowl Ad Brings Out Different Side of Marcia Brady". WSJ. Retrieved October 3, 2015.  ^ Maura Judkis (February 1, 2015). "The Snickers 'Brady Bunch'-themed Super Bowl 2015 commercial starring Danny Trejo and Steve Buscemi". Washington Post. Retrieved October 3, 2015.  ^ Jack Shepherd (Aug. 7, 2017). Independent UK. ^ "Casa de Machete". KTTV. Archived from the original on October 2, 2013. Retrieved September 12, 2013.  ^ ^ "About The Ex-Girlfriends". The Ex-Girlfriends. Archived from the original on November 14, 2012. Retrieved December 14, 2012.  ^ "Enrique Iglesias". Billboard. Retrieved October 3, 2015.  ^ "Watch Slayer and Danny Trejo Film Gory Video at L.A. Prison". Retrieved September 8, 2016.  ^ "Slayer – "Pride In Prejudice" Video (NSFW) (Feat. Danny Trejo)". September 6, 2016. Retrieved September 8, 2016.  ^ "'Machete' Star Drops $550K on Mission Hills Party Pad". TMZ. EHM Productions, Inc. December 30, 2012. Retrieved October 13, 2014.  ^ "Oh Yeah, THAT Guy Files for Divorce". TMZ. Retrieved October 3, 2015.  ^ Harris, Jenn (January 12, 2016). "Danny Trejo talks vegan tacos at the new Trejo's Tacos on La Brea". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved January 14, 2016.  ^ Loc, Tim (January 30, 2017). "Danny Trejo Is Setting Up Shop At The Former Donut Time Space In Hollywood". LAist. Archived from the original on June 21, 2017. Retrieved May 5, 2017.  ^ Elliott, Farley (January 30, 2017). "Actor Danny Trejo Slashes Into Hollywood With Coffee and Donut Shop - Eater LA". Retrieved May 5, 2017.  ^ Higson, Charlie (2011). The Fear. p. Chapter 43, page 7. 

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