Margarita Briggs-Guzman is the celebrity daughter of the famous American actor Luis Guzman. Margarita has managed to maintain a low-key profile away from the limelight. However, Luis Guzman has been acing at his career to the point that his fame impacts his children. You can find celebrity kids with little to no information on the website attracting the fans of their parents. Such is the case with Margarita. Her father’s acting career has spanned over 40 years, including dozens of television shows and films.
If you’re curious about how Luis Guzman transitioned into fame, this article is for you.
Margarita Briggs-Guzman Early Life
Margarita is best known as Angelita Galarza-Guzman and Luis Guzman’s daughter. She celebrates her birthday on the 13th of November. From her father’s tweet in 2013, he posted a photo of two babies and captioned “Happy Birthday to Yoruba and Margarita Briggs Guzman…18 today, I love you my awesome kids…” we are left wondering if Margarita and Yoruba are twins. There is no information about her childhood or where she currently lives or does.
Margarita’s six siblings include Yemmaya, Cemi, Yoruba, Luna, Clare, and Jace O’Flynn Guzman.
Margarita Briggs-Guzman Father’s Early Life
Guzman was born in Cayey, Puerto Rico, raised in Greenwich Village in NY and the Lower East Side neighborhood. His mother, Rosa, was a hospital worker, and his stepfather Benjamin Cardona a TV repairman. Guzman graduated from The American University and began his career as a social worker. He did a little acting but became heavily involved in street theatre and independent films.
Luis Guzman Career
Guzman has many movie credits, including Carlito’s Way, Punch-Drunk Love, Welcome to Collinwood, The Salton Sea, and A Series of Unfortunate Events. He has appeared on TV shows Homicide: Life on the Street, Oz, Community, and Frasier. He voiced Ricardo Diaz in the video game Grand Theft Auto and its prequel Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories.
Guzman starred in the 2013 TV comedy Luis which was short-lived. He was a costar on HBO’s John from Cincinnati, which aired for one season in 2007. He is a commentator on VH1’s I Love the ‘80s, I Love Toys, its sequels I Love the ‘70s, and I Love the ‘90s.
Guzman starred in Naturally Aged Cheddar Hunks TV ads for Cabot Creamery in 2008. In 2010, he got cast in HBO’s How to Make It in America. In the same year, he appeared in a comical series of Snickers commercials played during 2010’s Super Bowl.
Luis Guzman Personal Life
Guzman lives in Cabot, Vermont. In 2018, he appeared alongside Bernie Williams in a Season 6 episode of Jon Taffer’s Bar Rescue. They offered assistance to the town’s community after Hurricane Maria hit it.
He endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders for President in the 2016 US presidential elections.
Luis Guzman married Angelita Galarza-Guzman in 1985. They have seven kiks and live together in Vermont.
Guzman is an award-winning actor who started as a social worker but found his way into Hollywood over the years, capturing the hearts of many with his incredible display of a villainous physical appearance.