Erik Estrada Poster

Other Works

  • (1996) CD-ROM: "You Don't Know Jack Volume 2"
  • TV commercial: Head & Shoulders shampoo
  • (1998) TV commercial: Smoke Signal Communications
  • (1999) TV commercial: Jennie-o turkey
  • (2002) TV commercial: Diet Dr. Pepper soft drink
  • (May 1996) Appeared (as himself, Erik Estrada, a kidnapping victim) in the Butthole Surfers music video for their single, "Pepper", directed by Gavin Bowden.
  • (2002) TV commercial: McDonald's burger restaurants
  • (1992) TV commercial: Taco Bell
  • (2002) TV commercial: Wickes Furniture
  • (1993) TV commercial: "Kebrina's Psychic Answer" infomercial 2nd Edition
  • (1992) TV commercial: "Kebrina's Physic Answer" infomercial
  • (1995) TV commercial: "Psychic Revival Network" infomercial.
  • (1994) Music video: Appeared (as "Cop") in the Bad Religion music video "Infected"
  • (2004) Music video: Appeared in Eminem's video "Just Lose It"
  • (2004) TV commercial: Hot Springs Village, Arkansas.
  • (2008) TV commercial: Bloom grocery stores.
  • (2009) TV commercial: Burger King restaurant chain.
  • (March 2002) TV commercial: Diet Dr. Pepper (motorist stopped by two chimpanzee motorcycle highway cops)
  • (2010) TV commercial: Toyota automobiles
  • (2010) Appeared, with Lou Ferrigno, in a commercial for "Butterfinger".
  • (2009) Appeared, with Tony Stewart and Scott 'Carrot Top' Thompson, in a commercial for "Burger King".
  • (April 2009) Grand Marshal of The 82nd Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival Grand Feature Parade in Winchester, Virginia. May 2, 2009.
  • (2006) Spokesman for "White Bluff Resort" in Texas.
  • (2006) Spokesman for "Bella Vista Village" in NW Arkansas.
  • (June 2006) Appears in two commercials for Taco Bell advertising the "California Quesidea". He plays either a stranded motorist, or one stopped by CHiPs like motorcycle officers.
  • (June 2006) Is the spokesman for 21st Century Insurance and is making appearances nationwide, promoting car seat safety for children.
  • (July 2004) Is the spokesman for 'Hot Springs Village, Arkansas' homes.
  • (April 2003) Is the spokesman for 'California Pines' homesites and acreage parcels.
  • (1999) Music video for "David Duchovny" by Bree Sharp - Himself
  • (2016) TV commercial, "Remember Me?, I Admit I'm Past My Prime," for "If It's Over 8, It's Time to Replace" at Mattress Firm.

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