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Marivi Lorido Garcia
(1982 - present) 4 children
Biography from Leonard Maltin's Movie Encyclopedia:
Earnest, handsome, Cubanborn actor who came into his own as a leading man in the early 1990s. Having emigrated to Florida, Garcia learned his craft by playing regional theater in that state. He specialized in hard-bitten urban types, and has been particularly successful in characterizations calling for quiet intensity and moral rigidity. He has, however, shown a disturbing inclination to overact (as witness his over-the-top cop in 1992's Jennifer 8). Garcia made his big-screen debut in Blue Skies Again (1983), and has since appeared in The Mean Season (1985), 8 Million Ways to Die (1986), The Untouchables (1987, a breakout role as a crack shot working with Eliot Ness), American Roulette, Stand and Deliver (both 1988), Black Rain (1989, as the partner of American cop Michael Douglas, on assignment in Japan), The Godfather, Part III (1990, Oscar-nominated as the cold-blooded, illegitimate nephew of Al Pacino's Michael Corleone), Internal Affairs (his first starring role), A Show of Force (both 1990), and Dead Again (1991, doing some of his scenes in phonylooking old-age makeup). He costarred in Hero (1992) and opposite Meg Ryan in When a Man Loves a Woman (1994). He also directed a documentary, Cachao: Rhythm Like Nobody Else (1993) about Cuban composer-performer Israel "Cachao" Lopez. Garcia appears in the film as well.