Nicholas Gonzalez continues to impress with a substantial list of current and upcoming projects. For television, he's presently starring on Freeform's smash hit "Pretty Little Liars" as Detective Marco Furey. Additionally, he is recurring on Amazon's critically acclaimed series "Bosch," as Detective Ignacio Ferris, and the CW's "The Flash," as Dante Ramon. He has also just booked a role on the new CW series "Frequency." He will next appear in the new Fox series from "Empire" creator Lee Daniels, "Star," which premieres mid-season.
A graduate of Stanford University with a BA in English, Nicholas first burst onto the scene in the critically acclaimed Showtime series "Resurrection Blvd," where he played a young boxer. He followed that with a steady stream of roles, most notably as Detective Mike Sandoval in NBC's "Law & Order: SVU," and as Detective Luke Morales in Fox's hit "Sleepy Hollow." Additional television roles include appearances on "Jane the Virgin," "Modern Family," "Bojack Horseman," "Bones," "Bordertown," "True Blood," and "Grey's Anatomy."
On the big screen, he has been seen in "The Purge: Anarchy," "Anacondas," "Dirty," "SWAT: Firefight," and "Behind Enemy Lines II." He will next be seen in "Pray for Rain," opposite Jane Seymour. He also can be seen as the lead in "Battlefield: Hardline," the fifth installment of the celebrated video game series Battlefield from Electronic Arts (EA).
Gonzalez is originally from San Atonio, Texas, and currently resides in L.A. with wife, Kelsey Crane