Renoly Santiago

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Renoly Santiago (born March 15, 1974) is a Puerto Rican actor, singer and writer who has appeared in a number of high-profile Hollywood productions. Santiago first became known in the United States when he participated in the 1993 television series CityKids, as "Tito". He co-wrote the Emmy nominated pilot episode of the show. From his participation in CityKids, Santiago graduated to film, acting as "Raúl Sanchero" in 1995's Dangerous Minds. By 1996, he was co-starring alongside some other well-known Hollywood actors in his role as "Ramόn Sánchez", a.k.a. the "Phantom Phreak" in Hackers. He also plays "Mikey" in Daylight. Santiago starred as "Ramón Martínez" (a gay cross-dressing criminal nicknamed "Sally-Can't Dance") in the 1997 film Con Air. Santiago then took three years off acting on screen and starred on Broadway in Paul Simon's The Capeman as "Tony Hernandez - Umbrella Man", leader of the gang "The Vampires", a role for which he was a 1998 Drama Desk Nominee for Outstanding Featured Performer in a Musical. As a singer, Santiago has recorded with award-winning, legendary performers Marc Anthony, Paul Simon, Danny Rivera and La India.
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