Otto Sanchez Net Worth

Otto Sanchez was born, is Actor. Otto Sanchez is a native New Yorker. Growing up in Jackson Heights, Queens, he was raised by his mother, Violeta Carbajal. He is the youngest of four (an older brother and two older sisters). Otto's passion for painting was his first connection into the arts. After pursuing Advertising Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City from 1987-1989, and then at the Columbus College of Art and Design, in Columbus, Ohio, on a fine arts scholarship, his passion shifted and he dove into acting. Returning to New York in 1991, he studied acting under Jeanne Kaplan and Austin Pendleton at HB Studio. In 1996, He landed the role of Chico Guerra on the acclaimed HBO series Oz (1997). Chico Guerra put him on the map, landing him roles in film and television. His film credits range from Indies to commercially successful studio features: Carlos in Bad Boys II (2003), Negrito in Kill the Poor (2003)." Others include, Ping Pong in "Double Whammy" by Tom Dicillo, and Paul Diaz in "Push" by David Rodriguez.Otto is no stranger to the stage. In 2004 he co-starred opposite John Ventimiglia (Gia Dinh Sopranos (1999)) in the critically acclaimed three man Off-Broadway play "Ponies", produced by Michael Imperioli at the Studio Dante in New York City. He played the role of Wallace.
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1987

Otto's passion for painting was his first connection into the arts. After pursuing Advertising Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, 1987 to 1989, then fine arts at the Columbus College of Art and Design, in Columbus, Ohio, on a scholarship, his passion shifted into theater. Returning to New York City in 1991, he studied acting under Jeanne Kaplan and Austin Pendleton at HB Studio. In 1996 he landed his breakthrough role Carmen "Chico" Guerra on the HBO series Oz.

2004

In 2004 he co-starred opposite John Ventimiglia of The Sopranos in the role of Wallace, in the Off-Broadway play Ponies, produced by Emmy award-winner Michael Imperioli at Studio Dante in New York City.

2008

Sanchez has also appeared on stage. His last part was in November 2008, in the world premiere of Beau Willimon's political play Farragut North (now adapted into the film Ides of March) directed by Doug Hughes (Doubt) at the Atlantic Theater Company in New York City in the dual role of Frank/Waiter opposite John Gallagher, Jr.

2014

"In one of the play's sharpest moments a waiter played by Otto Sanchez earnestly tells Stephen about his hard-luck American life, and you can see Stephen (John Gallagher, Jr.) translating it into a stump-speech anecdote in his head." — Ben Brantley, NY Times.