Raoul Trujillo Bio | Wiki
Raoul Trujillo is an American actor, choreographer, dancer, and theatre director. He is a former soloist with the Nikolais Dance Theatre and the original choreographer and co-director for the American Indian Dance Theatre. Raoul’s career spans more than 3 decades in film, television, and theatre.
He has also hosted a series of dancing programs and is a Critics’ Choice Award nominee. Moreover, he is famously known for playing Zero Wolf, a ruthless Mayan slave catcher and the main antagonist of Mel Gibson’s Apocalypto in 2006.
Raoul Trujillo Age
Raoul was born on May 8, 1955, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States. He is 67 years old.
Raoul Trujillo Height
He is a man of above-average stature and stands at a height of 6 ft 1 in (Approx. 1.85 m).
Raoul Trujillo Family
He was born and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico by his parents. Raoul belongs to Spanish, Apache, Tlaxcaltec, Comanche, Pueblo, Ute, Sephardi Jewish, Métis, and Moorish descent. He has, however, not shared information regarding his parents and/or siblings.
Raoul Trujillo Wife
Raoul was married to Jessica Hunsden Carey. The couple got married in 2006 and divorced in 2011. They had one child together.
Raoul Trujillo Education
After high school, Raoul spent three years serving in the United States Army in Germany. After that, he served as an alpine ski instructor in Taos, New Mexico. He left it after traveling extensively through Mexico, Central, and South America on his way to teach in Bariloche, Argentina.
Raoul Trujillo Apocalypto
In 2006, Raoul played Zero Wolf, a ruthless Mayan slave catcher and the main antagonist of Mel Gibson’s Apocalypto. It is an American epic historical adventure film produced, co-written, and directed by Mel Gibson. The film cast Native American and Indigenous Mexican actors consisting of Rudy Youngblood, Raoul, Jonathan Brewer, and Gerardo Taracena, among others.
Raoul Trujillo Movies And Tv Shows
Raoul started working in the theatre as a scenic painter and landed his first job in 1977 as an actor/dancer in a production of Equus. He started dancing in Los Angeles in 1978 at the University of Southern California. Raoul saw his first modern dance and ballet productions; Martha Graham, Pilobolus, and Rudolf Nureyev.
In 1988, he commenced his screen acting career in Canada. Currently, he holds over 107 film and television credits. He choreographed the dances, ceremonies, and rituals for Terrence Malick’s The New World, and acted in the role of Tomocomo.
Additionally, he played the Iroquois chief Kiotseaton in the film Black Robe. Raoul has appeared in numerous high-profile films, such as The New World, Blood Father, Cowboys and Aliens, Sicario, and its sequel Sicario: Day of the Soldado. He also held supporting and starring roles in television programs including True Blood, Da Vinci’s Demons, Lost Girl, Salem, The Blacklist, and Jamestown.
Raoul Trujillo Net Worth
He earns his wealth from his acting, dancing, and producing career. Therefore, he has amassed a fortune over the years. Raoul’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
Who Is Raoul Trujillo
Raoul is an American actor, choreographer, dancer, and theatre director. He is the original choreographer and co-director of the American Indian Dance Theatre. Moreover, he is famously known for playing Zero Wolf and other films.
Is Raoul Trujillo Mexican
Raoul was born in Northern New Mexico. He is a mixed blood descendant of Tlaxcalan (Nahuatl), Ute, Apache, Comanche, Pueblo., French, Sephardic Jew and Andalusian Moor. He holds an American nationality.