Maximiliano Hernandez, a Brooklyn native, began acting in high school in order to get out of detention. Although his parents, both originally from Honduras, wanted him to study a trade, he chose to study the craft of acting. After leaving the BFA program at the Leonard Davis Center for the performing arts in Harlem, Hernandez began working Off-Broadway at theaters like The Cherry Lane and The Public, and was a founding member of Axis, an experimental theater company based at the Sheridan Lane Theater. He then graduated to guest star appearances onLaw & Orderand other New York-based TV shows, and small parts on locally-shot films like Mira Nair’sThe Namesakeand James Gray’sThe Yards. Hernandez was then cast and worked opposite Edward Norton in Gavin O’Connor’sPride & Glory. Since then, he and his family relocated to Los Angeles, where he co-starred on the Fox seriesK-Ville, and appeared on numerous other shows, including24, Numb3rsandShark.
On the big screen, Hernandez was recently seen in the Dreamworks/Nickelodeon filmHotel for Dogs. He also reunited with Gavin O’Connor on the filmWarrior. Hernandez lives with his son, Diego, and his fiancée Marta Cabret in Pasadena. He still avoids detention at all costs.
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