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Rey Valentin


Rey Valentin is best known as Cpl. Gabe Garza in the HBO Emmy nominated miniseries Generation Kill. Most recently he guest-starred in Lucifer (Netflix), NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS) and Hawaii Five-O (CBS). His credits also include Major Crimes (CBS), Agent Carter (CW), Supergirl (CW), Person of Interest (CBS), Hart of Dixie (CW) and The Mentalist (CBS) to name a few.

Valentin, born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, decided to pursue acting at the young age of 14. He began working alongside mentor Donna Sue De Guzman, mounting original productions in his hometown, which lead to their collaborative musical production of "Peacocks & Peanuts, which won a spot at the Edinburgh, Scotland Fringe Festival.

He went on to train at the SUNY Purchase Acting Conservatory under the direction of the late Joan Potter. Valentin later traveled to Burgos Spain to co-produce and star in Jose Triana's Spanish language play, "La Noche De Los Asenios."

Upon graduation, he joined the New York City theatre community and performed in the Soho Rep's highly praised "Everything will be Different." He followed that by joining the cast of "Much Ado About Nothing" for the 50th year celebration of Shakespeare in Central Park.

Valentin is also a producer and director. He co-produced "Get Home Safe", which, Showtime bought and aired during their Black History Month Special. He also produced and directed "The Son" which won a screening at NYC's Urban World film festival.

Valentin has been featured in People Magazine Espanol, Tempo Magazine, The New York Post, Daily News Espanol, Daily News Latino, Parlour Magazine, Ocean Drive Espanol and Insider Magazine. He has appeared on The Gregory Mantell Show, and Current TV. He also has been a radio guest on KKUU Palms Springs, KQCH Omaha, KTEG Albuquerque, & WSKS Syracuse.

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