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Hernandez suits up for Uni's 'Lights'

3 February 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Jay Hernandez, who's revving his engine in Torque, will trade in his motorcycle helmet for a football helmet in his next film. The actor is the latest to join the cast of Friday Night Lights, Universal Pictures' pigskin drama that Brian Grazer is producing through Imagine Entertainment. Peter Berg is directing. Hernandez plays Brian Chavez, a defensive tackle on a football team in a gridiron-obsessed West Texas town. A straight-A student, Chavez is the "smart" one on the team. Hernandez joins a football squad that includes Lucas Black, Derek Luke and Lee Thompson Young. Billy Bob Thornton plays their coach. Hernandez's credits include crazy/beautiful and The Rookie. He has Ladder 49 in the can as well as the indie film The Nomad, executive produced by Milos Forman. He is repped by CAA and attorney Michael Fuller. »

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