American actor Guillermo Díaz, who portrays Huck/Diego Munoz on ABC's popular crime drama "Scandal", celebrates his 40th birthday on Sunday, 22 March.
Born in 1975, he began his journey to the world of entertainment as Spike through Boaz Yakin's film, "Fresh", in 1994 and his acting career kicked off in 1995 with Nigel Finch's "Stonewall".
Díaz is known for his roles as drug dealer Scarface in Tamra Davis' "Half Baked" and a non-speaking Dave in 1999 movie "200 Cigarettes".
Before joining "Scandal" as Huck in 2012, the celeb was part of several popular television shows including Jenji Kohan's "Weeds", Michael Crichton's "ER", Dick Wolf's "Law & Order" and Dave Chappelle's "Chappelle's Show".
Díaz grew up in Washington Heights, Manhattan, with his Cuban parents and is openly gay.