Hugo García is a Venezuelan actor, who kicked off his acting career impressing theatre audiences in many productions presented in Miami, FL.  He has left a lasting impression on both audiences and critics sealing his place in the Latin theatre scene.

Hugo has also made a gratifying transition into film and television. He was cast as one of the lead characters in “Estamos Unidos”, the first comedy sitcom to be produced by Univision. He has also participated in sitcoms, drama series, soap operas, and variety shows aired on Univision and Telemudo. Also appeared as a Guest Star on

“Mixology”, “Notorious” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on ABC, “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “Why Women Kill” on CBS, “Graceland” on USA Network, “Teachers” on TVLand, “The Fosters” on Freeform Network, “On My Block” on Netflix and “Veronica Mars” on Hulu.

Film has provided the opportunity to show his ample acting range appearing in both comedic and dramatic roles. In 2005 both of his films, a comedy and a drama, premiered at the Chicago Latino Film Festival to positive reviews. His latest film ‘A Day’s Work” has been screened and gone on to win several awards in the film festival circuit both in the U.S. and internationally. “A Day’s Work” has also been honored with the 2008 Student Academy Award for Narrative Filmmaking.

In 2016, Hugo became a graduate from the prestigious improv school “The Second City”, Hollywood.

He also studied at The Groundlings, West Hollywood.

His work in theatre, television, and film has helped him establish a reputation for having a natural talent for his craft. 

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