Luis Moncada stars in "Breaking Bad" on AMC as Marco Salamanca.

Luis Moncada was born in Honduras and moved to the Los Angeles area with his mother and two brothers in hopes of a better life with more opportunities. However, raised in a neighborhood entrenched with gangs Luis soon found himself involved with the wrong crowd. But a part of him always knew that he wanted more than what the gang life had to offer. While working security on a movie set, he was offered a small role. That small role soon turned into a career with the help and support of his agent Nancy Chaidez. Growing up he never imagined himself being an actor, but he is extremely thankful for the opportunities and has embraced his career to the fullest.

Luis first found himself in the movie "Collateral," directed by Michael Mann, working with Tom Cruise and Jaime Foxx. Since then Luis has appeared in several films, including "Fast & Furious," alongside Vin Diesel, "Days of Wrath," "Vengeance" and "Latin Dragon."

After having worked amazing roles on shows like "In Plain Sight," "The Cleaner," "Castle," "The Closer," "Dark Blue," "ER," "Leverage" and numerous others, Luis got the chance to recur on "Breaking Bad."

Having tattoos covering most of his body including his eyelids might make him some one you would be wary of. But time after time, the cast and crew fall in love with his alluring personality and infectious smile.


How tall is he? How old is he? Find out here.

Age: 40 years old
Birthday: July 18, 1977
Height: 6' 1"
Birthplace: Honduras
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
Wife: Michelle Moncada (7/24/2004, 2 children)
Michelle Moncada

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