Guillermo Díaz is an American actor best known for his starring television roles as Guillermo García Gómez in Weeds (2007-2009) and as Nurse Angel Garcia in Mercy, from 2009-2010.
He currently stars as hacker Huck in the political thriller television series Scandal (also known as The Fixer), since 2012.
Díaz became a household name after starring as Scarface in the cult classic film Half Baked, opposite Dave Chappelle and Jim Breuer, a role he reprised in Chappelle's Show.
He joined Academy Award winners Tom Hanks and Catherine Zeta-Jones in the DreamWorks feature The Terminal for renowned director/producer Steven Spielberg.
His varied resume also includes feature roles in indie hits such as Party Girl opposite Parker Posey, Nigel Finch's acclaimed film Stonewall, I'm Not Rappaport with Walter Matthau, 200 Cigarettes with Christina Ricci, High School High, and Chelsea Walls directed by Ethan Hawke.
In addition to his feature film credits, Díaz is known for his three seasons on the award-winning series Weeds where he plays Guillermo, Mary Louise Parker's drug dealer.
He has secured roles in various high-profile television series including ER, Law & Order, Chappelle's Show, The Shield, Without a Trace and The Closer.
Díaz also appeared in the indie feature Peep World with Rainn Wilson and Sarah Silverman and the USA series Royal Pains.
He was born and raised in New York, New York. He is openly gay.