Jacinto Taras Riddick Biography
Jacinto Taras Riddick is an American actor who played four different characters in Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Best known for Cop Out.
Jacinto Taras Riddick Age
Jacinto was as born on August 13, 1965, in Norfolk, Virginia, United States of America. He is age 53 years as of 2018.
Jacinto Taras Riddick Height
He stands at a height of 6′ (1.83 m).
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Jacinto Taras Riddick Wife
There is not yet clear information concerning Jacinto marriage or dating relationships. No name has even been said about her apart from pictures of the two on his social media.
Taras Riddick Career
In March 1 to April 8, 1995, Jacinto played Jonathan and George Jackson in Regina Taylor’s play, “Between the Lines,” in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Ellen Bethea (Nina); Dee Pelletier (Becca); Lizan Mitchell (Mother, Angela Davis); Gordon Joseph Weiss (Rufus); Ashley Savagé (Mercedes); Denise Gientlke (Pam, Nancy, Nadine); Andrew Pyle (Supervisor, Marcus); Jamison Newlander (Ensemble) and Leah Price (Ensemble) in the cast. Shirley Jo Finney was a director. (March 31 to April 2, 1995) He played Tommy in Benard Cummings’ play, “Your Obituary is a Dance,” in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Marcella Lowery (Nella) in the cast. Lorna Littleway was a director.
Taras Riddick movies
2016-No Beast So Fierce
2012-You’re Nobody ’til Somebody Kills You
2006-Color of the Cross
2003-Gang of Roses
2003-In the Cut
Taras Riddick Law And Order
Moreso, he starred as the following in the various Law And Order categories;
Immortal (2010) …. Joseph Hernandez
Punk (1998) ….. Luis Pacheco
Shadow (1997) …… Oscar Liriano
Taras Riddick Law Net Worth
Additionally, his total net worth is still under review as of 2019.
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Red in Prison Is the Blacklist Storyline We Didn’t Know We Needed
The sign of a good TV character is that the audience wants to see them in any new scenario or setting.
Raymond Reddington (James Spader) in prison is a Blacklist premise that I didn’t really know I needed, but is so easy to get right. The world’s most cunning criminal locked up with a bunch of lesser villains? Immediately enjoyable in this week’s episode.
As with most Blacklistconceits, the pleasure of Red in prison comes not in the mystery of whether or not he’ll succeed in dangerous circumstances, but howhe will do it. Red always wins. Even when he seemingly loses, he eventually wins. The man is like a Silicon Valley tech CEO: every failure is really just a triumph if you think about it hard enough.
“The Pawnbrokers” barely pretended to put Red in peril. After a quick introduction to the prison’s major players from Red’s new Dembe-like companion Vontae (Coy Stewart), Red quickly found himself on the wrong end of a beating from one of those players, Baldomero (Jacinto Taras Riddick).
Yet while Vontae panicked and Baldomero barked about shivving Red “day after tomorrow,” Red got to work on, uh, his messenger rat plan? Yes indeed, Red caught a rat, tied a message to its neck and guided it safe passage beyond the prison walls, opening a communication channel with Dembe. You don’t get to be the FBI’s most wanted man for nothing!
Unsurprisingly, Red’s plan to take down Baldomero worked with very little resistance thanks to the classic victory of brains over brawn. He weaseled out of a good shivving just long enough to reveal Baldomero’s secrets to everyone in the yard, while Dembe worked on the outside to get Baldomero released to face even more evil dudes in the real world. And just like that, Red turned the tables on the entire prison population, becoming a folk hero for ending Baldomero’s tyrannical reign in the process.
Though it might have been compelling to watch Red get truly beaten down — mentally and physically — by his stint in the clink, The Blacklistis never going to be that kind of show. This prison didn’t seem particularly hazardous anyway, so it stands to reason that his evil genius would quickly outsmart everyone.
Perhaps this quick success will only make some later struggles that much more interesting. Or Red will continue to be the smartest, coolest person in every room he enters, and even some of those he doesn’t.
To that end, somehow Liz’s (Megan Boone) plan to uncover the truth about her fake father has already hit a snag because Red covered his tracks so well in the past. How long until not-father indirectly convinces not-daughter that some version of the truth is not worth the emotional toil of Red in prison?
The Blacklist airs Fridays at 9/8c on NBC.