Ezequiel Guerra started acting in school plays when he was five years old and has been acting professionally for more than 15 years.
After graduating from the The High School for Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, where he participated in several school productions, Ezequiel attended the Art Institute of Houston. At the Art Institute, Ezequiel learned what happens behind the camera. He felt that this knowledge would help his work in front of the camera. While attending the Art Institute, he participated as an actor in several student films which gave him the opportunity to experience acting for the camera. These experiences contributed to Ezequiel's passion to pursue acting as a profession.
After graduating with honors from the Art Institute of Houston, Ezequiel continually took acting classes and participated in many theatre productions in Houston, Texas. He has performed at Stages Repertory Theatre in Blood Wedding and The Cook. At The Alley Theatre he performed in Our Lady of 121st Street, A Christmas Carol, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Journey’s End, and in Theatre de la Jeune Lune’s The Miser. He also participated in many productions for younger audiences at Express Children’s Theatre including Magic Bone, Mulan, Ransom of Red Chief, as well as his own one man interpretation of El Gallito Mandon (The Bossy Rooster).He has also performed theatre in Spanish; his many credits include Cada Quien Su Vida, Aun es Tiempo, Facetas, and Pastorela.
Ezequiel went on to participate in the touring production of Cantinflas by Herbert Siguenza of Culture Clash. Cantinflas toured several theaters across the country including The Alley Theatre in Houston, The Ford Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, Teatro Vision in San Jose, and St. Ann’s Warehouse in New York. Ezequiel continued working with Herbert Siguenza and performed in Culture Clash’s staged reading of The Birds at the Getty Villa Theatre and then in Zorro in Hell at the Ricardo Motalban Theatre in Hollywood.
Aside from his lengthy theatre experience, Ezequiel has worked in numerous voiceover projects. His most memorable voiceover work was in the animated short 9-11/9-11Created by Mel Chin. Ezequiel played Salvador (Chili Dawg), a young Chilean immigrant newly arrived in New York. The film won many awards including the prestigious Pedro Sienna Award (the Chilean "Oscar") for Best Animated Short Film in 2008 by the Chilean Culture and Arts Council.
Ezequiel Guerra continues to grow as an artist and pursue his career as an actor in Los Angeles.