American comedy actor Wilmer Valderrama was born on January 30, 1980 in Miami, Florida. He is best known for playing the "foreign kid" Fez on That 70s Show. Later in his career, he was also embroiled in a lot of tabloid news as he became involved with several young A-listers of Hollywood. His parents moved to Venezuela when he was three years old, and then to Los Angeles when he was thirteen. After performing in local stage productions, Valderrama made his professional debut by appearing in a commercial for Pacific Bell. His most notable role was in the hit series That 70s Show, where he played the role of Fez. He also starred in feature films like Party Monster.
Wilmer Valderrama says he learned English from watching TV shows such as I Love Lucy, and took up drama classes in high school. He performed in plays like Rumors and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, before working on TV series such as Four Corners, Disney’s Omba Makamba, and the sitcom That 70’s Show. He also appeared in the movies Summer Catch and Party Monster, and currently produces and hosts the MTV show Yo Momma.