Wilmer Valderrama is best known for his role as 'Fez,' on Fox's hit series "That 70's Show". He has also managed to remain active in feature film work and theater.
Valderrama recently wrapped production on the independent film "The Darwin Awards, " and will soon begin production in his starring role on the indie film "El Muerto". Valderrama also had a recent stint in the Los Angeles Times critic's choice play "Blackout," which is adapted from the feature film "Drunks." In April, Valderrama performed in the Actor's Fund of America one-performance only all-star reading of the Paramount Pictures screenplay "Sunset Boulevard," and he also recently completed filming the Wim Wenders produced short film "La Torcedura," in which he plays the lead role.
Among his career accomplishments, Wilmer has also recently lent his voice to the character of 'Rodrigo' in the feature film "Clifford's Really Big Movie". Other feature film credits include "Party Monster," and "Summer Catch."
At the beggining of his career, this actor was cast in a CBS miniseries "Four Corners" as well as in the Disney Channel's "Omba Makamba."
He is currently in production on the 7th season of "That 70's Show," to which he was casted during his junior year in high school.