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Jon Huertas (1976)

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Jon Huertas, born Jon William "Scott" Hofstedt and sometimes credited as John Huertas, is an American actor. He is perhaps best known for his role as Sergeant Antonio 'Poke' Espera in HBO's Generation Kill the miniseries as well as Joe Negroni in the film Why Do Fools Fall in Love and homicide detective Javier Esposito in Castle.

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Huertas's career started in 1993 when he played an uncredited part in the The Webbers.

In 1998, Huertas portrayed Joe Negroni in the romantic drama Why Do Fools Fall in Love alongside such stars as Halle Berry, Paul Mazursky, and Ben Vereen. In 1999, he appeared in two films: the horror movie Cold Hearts and the action movie Stealth Fighter. In the 2000s, he appeared in many films, but his biggest role was in television in 2008 as Sergeant Espera in HBO's miniseries Generation Kill about the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Beginning in 2009, Huertas has starred in the role of Detective Esposito in ABC's police procedural Castle.

In 2010, Huertas broke into the art of directing in a short feature called Lone in which he also produces and sings his own music.

Huertas was elected to serve a one-year term, beginning September 25, 2010, as an alternate member of the National Board of Directors and as a member of the Hollywood Division Board of Directors of the Screen Actors Guild.

In June 2011, Huertas made his debut music video single called "Sex Is the Word".

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Huertas served for eight years in the US Air Force and participated in Operation Just Cause and Desert Storm.

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