Acclaimed actor Hector Elizondo has been in hundreds of hit movies and TV shows. He returns to SIDEWALKS to discuss a new brain health campaign.
Video Content: Hector Elizondo (2017)
SIDEWALKS host Veronica Castro interviews Hector Elizondo about his interest in acting, the status of his cancelled TV comedy “Last Man Standing,” and, as part of the interview, he talks about his involvement with “The What is Brain Health?” campaign from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Administration for Community Living (ACL).
Born in New York City, actor Hector Elizondo has had starring roles in more than a hundred hit movies and TV shows. On the big screen, he has been in such films as “Pretty Woman,” “Nothing In Common,” “The Flamingo Kid,” “Necessary Roughness,” “Beverly Hills Cop III,” ” The Taking of Pelham One Two Three,” “American Gigolo,” “Valentine’s Day,” and “Frankie and Johnny.” Additionally, Hector has been playing Joe, the head of the Queen’s security service (and future husband of the Queen) in “The Princess Diaries” and “The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement.” On TV, Elizondo starred in the TV series “Century City,” “Cane,” “Monk,” 141 episodes of “Chicago Hope,” and “Last Man Standing” as Ed Alzate. Some of his guest-starring roles include “All in the Family,” “a.k.a. Pablo,” “Kojak,” “The Rockford Files,” “Jack & Bobby,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The West Wing,” and “Without A Trace.”
Recorded: September 21, 2017
Host / Producer: Veronica Castro
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: U.S. Dep’t of Health and Human Services, 20th Television