Guillermo Diaz became a household name after starring as Scarface in the cult classic film "Half Baked," opposite Dave Chappelle and Jim Breuer. He also starred in other indie films including "Party Girl," Nigel Finch's acclaimed film "Stonewall," "200 Cigarettes," "High School High," "All The Little Things We Kill"; and appeared in "The Terminal" for director Steven Spielberg and "Cop Out" opposite Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan. Diaz also shot a leading role in the feature film "Warning Shot" with James Earl Jones and Bruce Dern, as well as "The Dating Game Killer" for Investigation Discovery.
In addition to his feature film credits, Diaz is well known for his many seasons as Huck on the ABC hit series "Scandal"; Showtime's award-winning series "Weeds," where he played the role of Guillermo; as well as his comedic performances on "Chappelle's Show" for Comedy Central. He was also a series regular on the NBC drama "Mercy" and guest-starred opposite Lena Dunham in HBO's "Girls." He recently filmed a role on HBO's "I Know This Much is True," and guest-starred on Comedy Central's "Broad City" and HBO's "High Maintenance."
Diaz made his directorial debut with the documentary short film "Valley of the Undocumented," which was produced by Russell Simmons and Mark Zuckerberg for Immigrant Heritage Month.