Growing up, Cisco went through school continuing this role as the class clown which wasn’t always a good thing. Being the class clown meant getting in trouble for putting on the show and this also meant that Cisco was not always paying attention when he needed to be. Early on Cisco found his love for performing and this led to his interest in the arts. Cisco extended his interests into writing which led to performing his own comedy sketches in various talent shows.
Cisco finished high school at John Jay High in New York and continued his studies at H.B.C.U Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland where he studied Writing, Directing, and Television and Film Production. While in school, his interests were redirected to acting and performance. This led Cisco to host his own cable access show which aired in Maryland, New York, and Washington, D.C. Cisco took on a new persona which was not too far off from his own, and was known as the C.P.R. or the “Crazy Puerto Rican”. This persona extended his fan base up and down the east coast of the United States. Cisco’s personality gained him many roles in independent films which gained him additional leverage in the industry.
Following his graduation with his bachelor’s degree, Cisco moved to Hollywood, California to continue living his dream of pursuing acting. Cisco found the transition from behind the camera to in front of it was an easy one and has kept moving forward in his career.
Cisco has been seen in many films such as Five Thirteen and Next Day Air. Cisco has been in various television shows including CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, ER, Everybody Hates Chris and many others.
Currently, Cisco’s latest project is his work on Real Traygedy which is a performance piece about the Travyon Martin story and controversy.
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