Oscar Nuñez is an American actor best known for his role as Dunder Mifflin paper supply accountant Oscar Martinez in the television mockumentary series The Office.
Born in Cuba and raised in Union City, New Jersey, Nuñez started his comedy career by joining the Shock of the Funny improv troupe in New York. The troupe performed in the East Village for several years.
Nuñez performed in theatre in New York and Washington D.C. before moving to Los Angeles in the mid 1990's, where he joined the Groundlings Theatre Company and performed in their Sunday Company.
Nuñez's television credits include Malcolm in the Middle, 24, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Reno 911, The District and Mad TV. He also created and starred in the Comedy Central series Halfway Home.
In film, he has appeared in The Italian Job, Reno 911: Miami, and When Do We Eat?
Having attended various colleges in New York such as F.I.T for fashion and Parsons School of Design for writing, Nuñez became a certified dental technician from Magna Institute of Dental Technology.
Nuñez currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife Carla and their mini-Schnauzer named Lila.