Rico Rodriguez stars as Manny on ABC's comedy "Modern Family."

Rico Rodriguez was born in College Station, Texas, and from birth through his young boyhood was extremely shy. Little did he know how drastically his life would change.

In 2005, at the age of six, Rico made the move from Texas to Los Angeles, California, with his mom and sister to support his sister's dream of becoming an actress. After one year of watching his sister having fun and success, Rico enrolled in acting classes and soon started making a name for himself.

Rico booked his first role in the video "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." Next came the role of Chanchito in the film "Epic Movie," a super fun role as the kid janitor in the soon to be released "Opposite Day," and another great part—including flying cake—in the upcoming "The No-Sit List." His television credits include co-starring as Young Guillermo in "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "Cory in the House," "ER," "'Til Death," "iCarly," "Nip / Tuck," "Surviving Suburbia" and "NCIS." He has also has been seen in commercials for Roundtable Pizza, Time Warner Cable, Dodge, Walmart, BlueCross, Chrysler and AT&T.

Rico is grateful to be living his dream and has a very bright future.




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FACTS

How old is he? Find out here.

Age: 18 years old
Birthday: July 31, 1998
Birthplace: College Station, TX





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alonso says:
He was great on Hootenanny. How old is he?

Who is he dating? What do you think of him?

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