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Garcia, Jsu Biography




biography of Garcia, Jsu

Jsu Garcia
Jsu Zeus
6 October 1963, New York City, New York, USA
6' 1"
Born in New York City, Jsu Garcia was raised by his Cuban-born parents, who had fled their country for the promise of a better life in the US. Growing up on the streets of Newark, New Jersey, Garcia had to deal with a neighborhood of toughs. He became aware of his acting talents when a bully intended to mug him and steal his bicycle and the six-year-old Garcia broke into crocodile tears and so disheartened his assailant that he allowed Garcia to leave unharmed--and with his bike. "It was then I knew I could act," Garcia remembers. His first break came when he auditioned for the TV show "Fame" (1982) and got the part. He then landed a role in Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), in which he appeared opposite Johnny Depp. This was followed by an appearance in Universal's Gotcha! (1985) opposite Anthony Edwards and Linda Fiorentino, and then in quick succession in features such as Wildcats (1986), Slaves of New York (1989), Vampire in Brooklyn (1995), Traffic (2000) and numerous others. In 2002 Garcia was in Randall Wallace's We Were Soldiers in which he portrays Mel Gibson's heroic buddy, the commander of a company fighting against the Viet Cong; and in Andrew Davis' Collateral Damage (2002), in which he plays a villainous Communist guerrilla who battles good guy Arnold Schwarzenegger. Garcia also played a major supporting role in Along Came Polly (2004), opposite Ben Stiller, Jennifer Aniston and Philip Seymour Hoffman for Jersey Films and Universal, as the hot salsa dancer. Garcia's most challenging role as "Che Guevara" came true for him in Andy Garcia's passionate Cuban story, "The Lost City", in which he received critical acclaim. Teaming up again with Steven Soderberg in 2007 in "Che" aka "The Argentine", Garcia starred opposite Benicio del Toro. Taking what he learned from some of Hollywood's greatest actors and directors, he joined with good friend and NY Times #1 bestselling author and spiritual teacher Dr. John-Roger, to create their production company Scott J-R Productions and their first full length feature, Spiritual Warriors. Inspired by Dr. John-Roger's bestselling book Spiritual Warrior, together they wrote and Executive Produced Spiritual Warriors, the movie. Garcia gathered his crew of ten and filmed on location in places such as Egypt, Jordan, and Syria, and finished filming in Los Angeles with a much larger crew. Spiritual Warriors screened in over 50 cities across 22 countries, and was officially selected for international film festivals in Toronto, Tel Aviv, Cairo, Cartagena, Beverly Hills and Hamburg. Garcia also heads up his company Gilgamesh LLC, and the current DVD distribution of Spiritual Warriors online. John-Roger and Garcia finished their second feature film in September 2010, as co-writers, co-producers, and co-directors on the project. 'The Wayshower' stars Eric Roberts, Peter Stormare and Sally Kirkland, and was filmed on location in Utah, Morocco, England, France, Spain and Peru. The Wayshower will tour film festivals and other private screenings from early 2011. Garcia has also graduated from Peace Theological Seminary and College of Philosophy with a Doctor of Spiritual Science (DSS) in 2008. His Practical Treatise (PT) is titled 'Living with a Spiritual Warrior', and explores the lessons he has learnt and blessings discovered in working closely with Dr. John-Roger for more than twenty years. Garcia currently lives in Los Angeles California.
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-   He ran the 2004 Los Angeles Marathon in 6 hours and 18 minutes without training.

-   He climbed Mount Sinai in 1991 and the pyramids in Egypt in 1995 during his spiritual pilgrimage to the Holy Lands which began in 1988. From the Nile to Jerusalem PAT IV's were trips lead by 'John-Roger (I)' (qv) in order to teach peace.

-   For 18 years he has Studied with 'John-Roger (I)' (qv) in the Movement of Spiritual inner Awareness and Peace Theological Seminary & College of Philosophy. He plans to receive his doctorate in spiritual science.

-   He. 'John-Roger (I)' (qv) and the PAT IV group walked through Hezekiah's Tunnel in Jerusalem just outside the city walls during their 1988-1992 pilgrimage. In 1994 they went to Jordan to see Petra. In the Wadi Rum in Jordan, they met King Hussein's son H.R.H. Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein.

-   In 1995 he, 'John-Roger (I)' (qv), and the Pat IV group made up of over 300 people were on their pilgrimage to Athens, the Acropolis, Turkey and Asia Minor. In 2000, he, 'John-Roger (I)' (qv), and followers walked the Great Wall of China.

-   In December of 2001, he, 'John-Roger (I)' (qv), and a handful of friends were taken to Ground Zero in New York City to bless those that passed and those that lived through it.


-   "Los Angeles Confidential" (USA), 2004, Vol. 3, Iss. 2, pg. 108, "up and comers Comic-Chameleon"


-   "Playboy" (USA), November 1992, Vol. 39, Iss. 11, pg. 144, by: Bruce Williamson, "Sex In Cinema 1992"

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Acting in movies

  1. Charlie East (2013)
  2. Dante's Hell Documented (2013)
  3. Miracle Underground (2013)
  4. Mystical Traveler (2013)
  5. Atlas Shrugged: Part I (2011)
  6. The Wayshower (2011)
  7. "CSI: NY" (2004) {Holding Cell (#7.12)}
  8. Dante's Inferno: Abandon All Hope (2010)
  9. Fred Heads: The Ultimate Freddy Fans (2010) (V)
  10. Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (2010) (V)
  11. Once Fallen (2010)
  12. Undocumented (2010)
  13. Tiny Dancer (2009) {{SUSPENDED}}
  14. Who Are You (2009)
  15. Blind (2008/II)
  16. Che: Part One (2008)
  17. Everybody's a Player (2008) {{SUSPENDED}}
  18. Me and My Daddy (2008)
  19. Shattered! (2008)
  20. Spiritual Warriors (2007)
  21. The Go-Getter (2007)
  22. "Without a Trace" (2002) {Desert Springs (#5.15)}
  23. "Without a Trace" (2002) {Eating Away (#5.13)}
  24. "Without a Trace" (2002) {The Beginning (#5.24)}
  25. "Without a Trace" (2002) {Without You (#5.16)}
  26. Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film (2006)
  27. Our House (2006) (TV)
  28. "CSI: Miami" (2002) {Fade Out (#4.14)}
  29. Sueño (2005)
  30. The Lost City (2005)
  31. "Love, Inc." (2005) {Three's Company (#1.11)}
  32. After the Past (2004)
  33. Along Came Polly (2004)
  34. Back by Midnight (2004)
  35. "Crossing Jordan" (2001) {Dead or Alive (#3.5)}
  36. "Crossing Jordan" (2001) {Most Likely (#3.8)}
  37. Klepto (2003)
  38. Then Came Jones (2003) (TV)
  39. These Guys (2003) (TV)
  40. Collateral Damage (2002)
  41. L.A.X. (2002)
  42. We Were Soldiers (2002)
  43. "She Spies" (2002) {Three Women and a Baby (#1.7)}
  44. Boogeymen: The Killer Compilation (2001) (V)
  45. The Quickie (2001)
  46. Rocky Times (2000) (TV)
  47. Teacher's Pet (2000)
  48. Traffic (2000)
  49. "Secret Agent Man" (2000) {From Prima with Love (#1.1)}
  50. "Secret Agent Man" (2000) {Like Father, Like Monk (#1.4)}
  51. Candyman: Day of the Dead (1999) (V)
  52. Window (1999)
  53. "The Net" (1998) {Zero (#1.19)}
  54. My Little Havana (1998)
  55. Woo (1998)
  56. "JAG" (1995) {Yesterday's Heroes (#3.15)}
  57. "The Net" (1998) {Go Like You Know (#1.9)}
  58. Strategic Command (1997)
  59. "Crisis Center" (1997) {Someone to Watch Over Me (#1.4)}
  60. Red Shoe Diaries 13: Four on the Floor (1996) (V)
  61. "Arli$$" (1996) {A Man of Our Times (#1.0)}
  62. "Dave's World" (1993) {Crime and Coconuts (#4.4)}
  63. "Dave's World" (1993) {Miami Beached (#4.5)}
  64. "Murder One" (1995) {Chapter Eleven (#1.11)}
  65. "Murder One" (1995) {Chapter Seventeen (#1.17)}
  66. "Murder One" (1995) {Chapter Twenty (#1.20)}
  67. "Murder, She Wrote" (1984) {Death Goes Double Platinum (#12.13)}
  68. "Women: Stories of Passion" (1996) {Blind Love (#1.6)}
  69. Vampire in Brooklyn (1995)
  70. "Babylon 5" (1994) {All Alone in the Night (#2.11)}
  71. New Nightmare (1994)
  72. "Murder, She Wrote" (1984) {Proof in the Pudding (#10.12)}
  73. "Red Shoe Diaries" (1992) {Four on the Floor (#3.9)}
  74. In the Heat of Passion (1992)
  75. Predator 2 (1990)
  76. Slaves of New York (1989)
  77. Thunderboat Row (1989) (TV)
  78. The Lawless Land (1988)
  79. Tropical Snow (1988)
  80. "Miami Vice" (1984) {Badge of Dishonor (#4.18)}
  81. "The Bronx Zoo" (1987) {Changes (#1.2)}
  82. Wildcats (1986)
  83. "American Playhouse" (1981) {The House of Ramon Iglesia (#5.10)}
  84. "Miami Vice" (1984) {The Good Collar (#3.5)}
  85. "The Facts of Life" (1979) {The Wedding Day (#8.8)}
  86. Generation (1985) (TV)
  87. Gotcha! (1985)
  88. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
  89. The Silence (1982)

Movies Produced

  1. Mystical Traveler (2013) (executive producer)
  2. The Wayshower (2011) (executive producer)
  3. Who Are You (2009) (executive producer)
  4. Me and My Daddy (2008) (executive producer)
  5. Remnants (2008) (V) (executive producer)
  6. Spiritual Warriors (2007) (executive producer)
  7. Klepto (2003) (associate producer)
  8. My Little Havana (1998) (executive producer)
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