Héctor Elizondo is a Actor and Producer American born on 22 december 1936 at New York City (USA)
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Nationality USABirth 22 december 1936
(83 years) at New York City (USA
Héctor Elizondo (born December 22, 1936) is an American actor. Elizondo's first major role was that of God in the 1970 Off-Broadway play Steambath, for which he won an Obie Award. Since then Elizondo has participated in over eighty films and has made numerous television appearances, including his role on the series Chicago Hope and his most recent main role on the ABC sitcom Last Man Standing.
Elizondo has been married three times. He has a son from his first marriage. Since 1969 he has been married to Carolee Campbell, an Emmy Award winning actress, photographer and publisher. They live in Sherman Oaks, California.
In April 2013, Elizondo participated in the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, held at the University of Southern California, promoting children's reading.
Elizondo is proud of his Latino heritage and refuses to accept roles that are stereotypical and/or demeaning in any way.