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Danny Pino is an American actor who plays the role of Miguel Galindo on Mayans MC, a spinoff of the FX original series Sons of Anarchy. Playing the role of the son of Galindo Cartel founder Jose Galindo, Danny makes his debut in the series' premiere episode, "Perro/Oc", in the series' first season. Playing a recurring role through the same season, he was last seen in the Season 1 finale episode, "Cuervo/Tz'ikb'uul".

BiographyEdit

Danny Pino stars as “Miguel Galindo,” the son of Galindo cartel founder, Jose Galindo. With wit, charm and an Ivy League education, he navigates both sides of the border as effortlessly as he juggles his professional and family life. Having mastered success in both legitimate enterprises as well as the family business.

Pino is a versatile actor who has enjoyed success in film, theater and television. Best known for his seven seasons starring as the iconic “Detective Scotty Valens” on the Warner Bros. series Cold Case, Pino most recently starred in Robert and Michelle King’s critically acclaimed CBS series BrainDead, opposite Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Tony Shalhoub. He also played “Detective Nick Amaro” in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit while simultaneously guest starring in a major recurring role in Shonda Rhimes’ hit series Scandal (ABC).

Pino has also starred in the thriller Across The Line: The Exodus of Charlie Wright, opposite Aidan Quinn and Andy Garcia; Across The Hall for Universal; Guillermo Arriaga’s directorial debut The Burning Plain, an ensemble drama featuring Charlize Theron and Kim Basinger; and guest starred on USA Network’s long-running series, Burn Notice. He has portrayed a wide range of characters, including the sociopath “Armadillo Quintero” on the acclaimed FX series The Shield, a Wyoming horse-wrangler in the feature film Flicka, and the iconic “Desi Arnaz” in Lucy, a biopic focusing on the tumultuous lives of Lucille Ball and Arnaz.

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AppearancesEdit

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"Perro/Oc" "Escorpión/Dzec" "Búho/Muwan" "Bat/Zotz" "Uch/Opossum"
"Gato/Mis" "Cucaracha/K'uruch" "Rata/Ch'o" "Serpiente/Chikchan" "Cuervo/Tz'ikb'uul"
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