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Casados, Eloy


(Eloy P. Casados, Eloy Phil Casados, Phil Casados)


Born in Long Beach, CA.




Film Appearances:

(As Eloy Phil Casados) Charlie, boy in jail cell, Pieces of Dreams, United Artists, 1970.

(As Phil Casados) Mustang, 1973.

Hugo, Walk Proud, Universal, 1979.

Prairie Fox, Sacred Ground, Pacific International, 1983.

(As Eloy Phil Casados) Pedro, Under Fire, Orion, 1983.

Alvarez, Cloak & Dagger, Universal, 1984.

Tom–Tom (Daniel Whitefeather) Down and Out in Beverly Hills, Buena Vista, 1986.

Squanto, New World, 1986.

Carlos, The Best of Times, Universal, 1986.

Chavez, Hollywood Vice Squad (also known as The Boulevard), Concorde, 1986.

First thug, Born in East L.A., Universal, 1987.

Antoine, Blaze, Warner Bros., 1989.

Ruiz Sanchez, A Climate for Killing (also known as A Row of Crows), CIC Video, 1991.

Jose, Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man, United International, 1991.

Tony Orlando, The Linguini Incident, Academy Entertainment, 1991.

Tony Stucci, White Men Can't Jump, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1992.

Hank Tucker, Skeeter, New Line Cinema, 1993.

Louis Prima, Cobb, Warner Bros., 1994.

First sheriff, Nature of the Beast (also known as Bad Company and The Hatchet Man), New Line Cinema, 1995.

Vince's trainer, Play It to the Bone (also known as Play It), Buena Vista, 1999.

Antonio, Girl's Best Friend, 2001.

Rico, Dark Blue, United Artists, 2002.

Detective Eddie Cruz, Hollywood Homicide, Revolution, 2003.

Homeless Native American, D–War (also known as Dragon Wars), Younggu–Art, 2005.

Television Appearances; Movies:

(As Eloy Phil Casados) Ishi as an adult, Ishi: The Last of His Tribe, History Channel, 1978.

Dwight Willits, Amber Waves, ABC, 1980.

(As Eloy Phil Casados) Ron, Freedom, ABC, 1981.

Feather Earrings, The Legend of Walks Far Woman, NBC, 1982.

Gregorio, The Alamo: Thirteen Days to Glory, 1987.

Ground crewman, Steal the Sky, HBO, 1988.

Stones for Ibarra, CBS, 1988.

To Heal a Nation, NBC, 1988.

Thin man, Prime Target, NBC, 1989.

Dominguez, Bloodlines: Murder in the Family, NBC, 1993.

Albert, Grand Avenue, HBO, 1996.

Lieutenant Tony Grenaldi, Murder Live!, NBC, 1997.

Mexican doctor, Epoch, Sci–Fi Channel, 2000.

Television Appearances; Series:

(As Eloy Phil Casados) Tsiskawa, Young Dan'l Boone, 1977.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Ektor, The Big One: The Great Los Angeles Earthquake (also known as The Great Los Angeles Earthquake), NBC, 1990.

Trial: The Price of Passion, NBC, 1992.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

(As Eloy Phil Casados) Panic in Echo Park, NBC, 1977.

"Mirrors: Parts 1 and 2," Houston Knights, CBS, 1987.

Ortega, Bar Girls, CBS, 1990.

Human Target, 1992.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Spanish Officer, "The Rose and the Gun," The Blue Knight, CBS, 1976.

(As Eloy Phil Casados) Rudy Cortes, "Jury Duty: Part 2," Family, 1976.

(As Eloy P. Casados) Frank, "Kindred Spirits," The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1979.

"The Virgin and the Turkey," Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1985.

Raoul, "Knight Flight to Freedom," Knight Rider, NBC, 1986.

Manolo Sanchez, "Come and Get It," Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1986.

"Hot Pursuit: Part 2," Hunter, NBC, 1987.

Smith, "The Big Kiss," Northern Exposure, CBS, 1991.

Joe Valentine, "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?," Hudson Street, CBS, 1995.

Manager, "If You're Going to Talk the Talk," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1996.

Sheriff Sam Coyote, "Plague," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1996.

Maximo Ortiz, "Inside Out," Nash Bridges, CBS, 1997.

Sheriff Sam Coyote, "Lucas: Part 2," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1997.

Sheriff Sam Coyote, "Tribe," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1998.

Sheriff Sam Coyote, "War Cry," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1998.

Voice of Enrique, "Death of a Propane Salesman: Part 2," King of the Hill (animated), Fox, 1998.

"Happy Hank's Giving," King of the Hill (animated), Fox, 1999.

Voice of Enrique, "Hank's Bad Hair Day," King of the Hill (animated), Fox, 2000.

Diego, "In–Laws, Outlaws," NYPD Blue, ABC, 2001.

Also appeared as Louis Hodapp, High Incident, ABC; Clement, Nothing Sacred, ABC; American Family, PBS.


Video Games:

Voice of John Jackson, Code Blue, Legacy International, 2000.

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