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Don Cervantes

Don Cervantes is an actor, known for The Greatest American Hero (1981), Hill Street Blues (1981) and The White Shadow (1978). See full bio »
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"Mozart in the Jungle" Season 4

Love, money, ambition, and music intertwine in "Mozart in the Jungle." Get your first look at Season 4, which premieres Friday, Feb. 16, 2018.

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The Greatest American Hero
The Greatest American Hero Paco Rodriguez / Rodriguez
Hill Street Blues
Hill Street Blues Nemo Rodriguez / Nemo Rodruiguez / Street Kid
The White Shadow
The White Shadow Raul / Student
Amen Waiter


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 1987 Amen (TV Series)
- Into the Night (1987) ... Waiter
 1981-1983 The Greatest American Hero (TV Series)
Paco Rodriguez / Rodriguez
- Thirty Seconds Over Little Tokyo (1983) ... Paco Rodriguez
- Space Ranger (1983) ... Paco Rodriguez
- Live at Eleven (1983) ... Paco Rodriguez
- Heaven Is in Your Genes (1983) ... Paco Rodriguez
- The Newlywed Game (1983) ... Paco Rodriguez
 1981 Hill Street Blues (TV Series)
Nemo Rodriguez / Nemo Rodruiguez / Street Kid
- I Never Promised You a Rose, Marvin (1981) ... Nemo Rodruiguez
- Life, Death, Eternity (1981) ... Nemo Rodriguez
- Gatorbait (1981) ... Nemo Rodriguez
- Hill Street Station (1981) ... Street Kid
 1980-1981 The White Shadow (TV Series)
Raul / Student
- Burnout (1981) ... Raul
- No Blood, No Foul (1980) ... Student
 1979 Act of Violence (TV Movie)
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